Electricity, Phone, Internet, TV, Radio, Public Transportation, Banking, Postal and Other Services in Ecuador
Public transportation system in Quito composes mostly of diesel buses, trolebus (started since 1995 and function on electric cables hanging in the air), metrobus (yellow buses services are provided at western side of the city), and electric-run cars. The highways and roads are almost 43,197 km., about 6,467 are cemented and the unpaved is about 36,730 km. as of 2004.
List seaports and harbors in the country include Guayaquil (is the capital of Guayas province), Manta (is a mid-sized town in the province of Manabí), Puerto Bolívar (part of the city of Machala, El Oro Province) and San Lorenzo (is Italian).
The country’s national airlines are: Aerogal (based in Quito, started in 1986 and manages passenger and cargo air travel within the country), Ecuatoriana de Aviación (was the national flag carter airline of the country), Compañia Ecuatoriana de Aviación (started to operate in 1957 and the airline's colors highlight a tailfin logo of interchanging blue and white diagonal lines), and TAME Línea Aérea del Ecuador (based in Quito and conduct schedules for domestic and international flights routes).
Net-Phone is available and more accessible in the country. However, calling is presently limited to the Canada, US, and other parts of South America but soon it will offered to Europe and other areas of the world. In Quito, most of the internet cafes provide Net-to-Phone services. Other services in that area are fundamental dial-up connections to uppermost of the cable system and radio modems. You can also find ample of internet cafes in the La Mariscal, Quito which is the main traveler and commercial area. The internet cafes usually charge around 20-25 cents for every minute. For those who have a personal computer which consists of speaker and headset or a microphone, they can easily download several net-phone programs where you can have the unlimited calls to the Canada and U.S. at no cost.