Telephones: Most hotels now have IDD phones in rooms and it is possible to send faxes from hotels and post offices. Be aware that most hotels charge considerable amounts for these services. Please check with the hotel prior to arrival. It may not always be possible to make international calls in remote areas. If you have worldwide coverage, you can bring your own mobile phone and use it to make domestic or international calls. Check with your mobile phone provider for the costs before using it abroad; it may be expensive.
Internet: Major hotels have Business Centers with PCs connected to the internet. Some of them have wireless broadband access in rooms or public areas. Cyber cafes are becoming popular and are easily found in major towns and cities. Prices are reasonable, usually below US$1 per hour. In many Internet cafes, you can buy pre-paid phone cards to dial from a computer to a landline or mobile phone worldwide.
If Internet connections at hotels are vital for you during your visit to Cambodia, please advise your Focus Asia travel consultant.
Mail: Airmail to Europe takes at least a week and longer to the USA. The main post office is in Phnom Penh.