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Internet Providers

Internet connections are made either by Türk Telekom or by private companies using Turk Telekom's communication lines. The addresses of companies providing Internet facilities and accessories that you may need either for your daily use at home or in the office can be found in our yellow pages. All you need to do is to download the program provided to you by those companies and to connect your computer to a phone line. In this case you would pay a pre-fixed rate to the company providing your Internet package and as well as the having to pay a monthly invoice which reflects charges to your phone line. For wide ranging usage you will need to purchase a modem (the Internet provider will recommend one) and request a data line from Türk Telekom. Most companies will make this request on your behalf. In this case you will pay the price of a modem, a monthly fee to the connecting company and again a monthly data line fee to Türk Telekom.

Internet connection services of Türk Telekom are either provided through phone lines or cable TV lines. For phone line connections you simply need to drop by a Türk Telekom office in your district and sign an agreement stating that you will pay a monthly or annual fee. You will determine a user name, password and an e-mail address. Since this is a new application it will take some time before you are able to use your new e-mail address, however there are no problems in accessing your Hotmail or Yanoo e-mail addresses. To satisfactorily complete all of the procedures you will need identification, an address and a fixed phone number. It should take about 40 minutes and may require wandering between 4 or 5 officials, within Türk Telekom building. By the next day at the Latest you can install and use your Internet connection. As of November 2001 annual payment for Internet connection through a phone line was 20.000.000 TL plus a monthly invoice for the phone line you are using for the connection.

Internet connection through a cable TV network (which is not available in every district) provides a faster connection speed and has the added bonus of not making your phone line busy when you are connected to the Internet. First, you will need to purchase a modem, which might cost about US $ 270 (VAT included). Then you'll pay an installment charge, approximately 22.000.000 TL and a monthly fee of 50.000.000 TL (new rates may apply). This cable TV e-connection is provided by the companies with whom Türk Telekom has agreements and such companies, operate within different districts in İstanbul. In districts having no cable network Türk Telekom will provide service via modem lines.

Addresses of the Companies providing Cable Internet Services are in Yellow Pages.

There are also several private Internet providers in Turkey. We have listed the most well known ones here. The various Internet service packages differ in their duration and fees - some are are for 1, 3, 6 or 12-month periods and the price range is between US $10 and 20/month for unlimited usage.

E-kolay
The Internet service provider of one of the largest media establishments “Doğan Media”. Provides 24 hours technical service and from time to time has campaigns on Internet packages. With Wap service it is possible for you to follow your e-mail, or access a city guide with your cell phone. The package price varies from US$ 10 to 15 according to the facilities they provide. Unlimited usage for 1, 3, 6 and 12 month periods are available.

Superonline
The most widespread Intenet service provider in Turkey and is a subsidiary of Yapı Kredi Bankası. Provides 24 hours technical service and arranges campaigns on Internet packages. The package price for unlimited usage of 1, 3 and 12 month periods is about US $ 15-20/month.

Netone
An Internet Service Supplier (ISS) serving establishments of various types and size with its reputable connection points, powerful substructure and network operation centers equipped with the latest technology throughout the country. Companies gain the best efficiency with internet communication, private cyber net communication services, “carrier” services for ISS and other value added services. For more detailed information don't hesitate to contact them. Unlimited use packages are available for 1, 3 and 12 months and the price is about 20$/month. A credit card is required.

Turk.Net
Turk.Net, of which Sabancı Holding is a partner was established in 1995 as an internet provider. In addition to providing Internet connections, it offers their subscribers 24 hour technical support, 10MB personal Web area and e-mail via cell phone with Cep.Net service. The Internet package prices vary between US $ 15-20/month.

Addresses are in Yellow Pages.


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