List of country calling codes

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Worldwide distribution of country calling codes. Regions are colored by first digit. Country calling codes map.svg
Worldwide distribution of country calling codes. Regions are colored by first digit.

Country calling codes or country dial-in codes are telephone number prefixes for reaching telephone subscribers in the networks of the member countries or regions of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The codes are defined by the ITU-T in standards E.123 and E.164. The prefixes enable international direct dialing (IDD), and are also referred to as international subscriber dialing (ISD) codes.

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Country codes are a component of the international telephone numbering plan, and are necessary only when dialing a telephone number to establish a call to another country. Country codes are dialed before the national telephone number. By convention, international telephone numbers are represented by prefixing the country code with a plus sign (+), which also indicates to the subscriber that the local international call prefix must first be dialed. For example, the international call prefix in all countries of the North American Numbering Plan is 011, while it is 00 in most European, Asian and African countries. On GSM (cellular) networks, the prefix may automatically be inserted when the user prefixes a dialed number with the plus sign.

Tree list

Country calling codes are prefix codes and can be organized as a tree. In each row of the table, the country codes given in the left-most column share the same first digit; then subsequent columns give the second digit in ascending order. The countries are marked with their ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country codes.

When there are three-digit codes starting with "+jk", then the two-digit code +jk is unassignable, as denoted by "unass." Assignable but unassigned codes are denoted by the m-dash (—).

x = 0x = 1x = 2x = 3x = 4x = 5x = 6x = 7x = 8x = 9
1x

+1: North American Numbering Plan countries and territories
CA, US, AG, AI, AS, BB, BM, BS, DM, DO, GD, GU, JM, KN, KY, LC, MP, MS, PR, SX, TC, TT, VC, VG, VI, UM

+1 242: BS
+1 246: BB
+1 264: AI
+1 268: AG
+1 284: VG

+1 340: VI
+1 345: KY

+1 441: BM
+1 473: GD

+1 649: TC
+1 658: JM
+1 876: JM
+1 664: MS
+1 670: MP
+1 671: GU
+1 684: AS

+1 721: SX
+1 758: LC
+1 767: DM
+1 784: VC
+1 787: PR

+1 809: DO
+1 829: DO
+1 849: DO
+1 868: TT
+1 869: KN

+1 939: PR

2x +20: EG +21: unass.+22: unass.+23: unass.+24: unass.+25: unass.+26: unass. +27: ZA +28: —+29: unass.
21x+210: — +211: SS +212: MA, EH +213: DZ +214: —+215: — +216: TN +217: — +218: LY +219: —
22x +220: GM +221: SN +222: MR +223: ML +224: GN +225: CI +226: BF +227: NE +228: TG +229: BJ
23x +230: MU +231: LR +232: SL +233: GH +234: NG +235: TD +236: CF +237: CM +238: CV +239: ST
24x +240: GQ +241: GA +242: CG +243: CD +244: AO +245: GW +246: IO +247: AC +248: SC +249: SD
25x +250: RW +251: ET +252: SO +253: DJ +254: KE +255: TZ +256: UG +257: BI +258: MZ +259: —
26x +260: ZM +261: MG +262: RE, YT, TF +263: ZW +264: NA +265: MW +266: LS +267: BW +268: SZ +269: KM
29x +290: SH, TA +291: ER +292: —+293: —+294: —+295: —+296: — +297: AW +298: FO +299: GL
3x +30: GR +31: NL +32: BE +33: FR +34: ES +35: unass. +36: HU +37 : unass. +38 : unass. +39: IT, VA
35x +350: GI +351: PT +352: LU +353: IE +354: IS +355: AL +356: MT +357: CY +358: FI, AX +359: BG
37x +370: LT +371: LV +372: EE +373: MD +374: AM, QN +375: BY +376: AD +377: MC +378: SM +379: VA
38x +380: UA +381: RS +382: ME +383: XK +384: — +385: HR +386: SI +387: BA +388 : — +389: MK
4x +40: RO +41: CH +42: unass. +43: AT +44: GB, GG,
IM, JE
+45: DK +46: SE +47: NO, SJ, BV +48: PL +49: DE
42x +420: CZ +421: SK +422: — +423: LI +424: —+425: —+426: —+427: —+428: —+429: —
5x+50: unass. +51: PE +52: MX +53: CU +54: AR +55: BR +56: CL +57: CO +58: VE +59: unass.
50x +500: FK, GS +501: BZ +502: GT +503: SV +504: HN +505: NI +506: CR +507: PA +508: PM +509: HT
59x +590: GP, BL, MF +591: BO +592: GY +593: EC +594: GF +595: PY +596: MQ +597: SR +598: UY +599: BQ, CW
6x +60: MY +61: AU, CX, CC +62: ID +63: PH +64: NZ, PN +65: SG +66: TH +67: unass.+68: unass.+69: unass.
67x +670: TL +671: — +672: NF, AQ, HM +673: BN +674: NR +675: PG +676: TO +677: SB +678: VU +679: FJ
68x +680: PW +681: WF +682: CK +683: NU +684: — +685: WS +686: KI +687: NC +688: TV +689: PF
69x +690: TK +691: FM +692: MH +693: —+694: —+695: —+696: —+697: —+698: —+699: —
7x +7: RU, KZ
+7 3: RU +7 4: RU +7 6: KZ +7 7: KZ +7 8: RU +7 9: RU
8x+80: unass. +81: JP +82: KR +83: — +84: VN +85: unass. +86: CN +87: unass.+88: unass.+89: —
80x +800: XT +801: —+802: —+803: —+804: —+805: —+806: —+807: — +808: XS +809: —
85x +850: KP +851: — +852: HK +853: MO +854: — +855: KH +856: LA +857: —+858: —+859: —
87x+870: XN +871: —+872: —+873: —+874: —+875: —+876: —+877: — +878: XP +879: —
88x +880: BD +881: XG +882: XV +883: XV +884: —+885: — +886: TW +887: — +888: XD +889: —
9x +90: TR, CT +91: IN +92: PK +93: AF +94: LK +95: MM +96: unass.+97: unass. +98: IR +99: unass.
96x +960: MV +961: LB +962: JO +963: SY +964: IQ +965: KW +966: SA +967: YE +968: OM +969: —
97x +970: PS +971: AE +972: IL +973: BH +974: QA +975: BT +976: MN +977: NP +978: — +979: XR
99x+990: — +991: XC +992: TJ +993: TM +994: AZ +995: GE +996: KG +997: KZ +998: UZ +999: —
x = 0x = 1x = 2x = 3x = 4x = 5x = 6x = 7x = 8x = 9

Ordered by code

Zones are organized principally by geographic location, but exceptions exist for political and historical alignments. Thus, the geographical indicators below are approximations only.

Zone 1: North American Numbering Plan

Member countries of the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) are assigned three-digit area codes under the common country prefix 1, shown in the format +1 XXX.

The North American Numbering Plan includes:

Zone 2: Mostly Africa

(but also Aruba, Faroe Islands, Greenland and British Indian Ocean Territory)

Zones 3–4: Europe

Originally, larger countries such as Spain, the United Kingdom and France, were assigned two-digit codes to compensate for their usually longer domestic numbers. Small countries, such as Iceland, were assigned three-digit codes. Since the 1980s, all new assignments have been three-digit regardless of countries' populations.

Zone 5: Americas outside the NANP

Zone 6: Southeast Asia and Oceania

Zone 7: Parts of the former Soviet Union

Zone 8: East Asia and special services

Zone 9: Mostly Middle East and parts of southern Asia

Alphabetical listing by country or region

Country, Territory or ServiceCodeTime Zone DST
Flag of Afghanistan.svg AfghanistanUTC+04:30
Flag of Aland.svg Åland IslandsUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
Flag of Albania.svg AlbaniaUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Flag of Algeria.svg AlgeriaUTC+01:00
Flag of American Samoa.svg American SamoaUTC−11:00
Flag of Andorra.svg AndorraUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Flag of Angola.svg AngolaUTC+01:00
Flag of Anguilla.svg AnguillaUTC−04:00
Flag of Antigua and Barbuda.svg Antigua and BarbudaUTC−04:00
Flag of Argentina.svg ArgentinaUTC−03:00
Flag of Armenia.svg ArmeniaUTC+04:00
Flag of Aruba.svg ArubaUTC−04:00
The Flag of Ascension Island.svg AscensionUTC+00:00
Flag of Australia (converted).svg AustraliaUTC+08:00 to +10:30UTC+08:00 to +11:00
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australian Antarctic Territory
Australian External Territories
Flag of Austria.svg AustriaUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg AzerbaijanUTC+04:00
Flag of the Bahamas.svg BahamasUTC−05:00UTC−04:00
Flag of Bahrain.svg BahrainUTC+03:00
Flag of Bangladesh.svg BangladeshUTC+06:00
Flag of Barbados.svg BarbadosUTC−04:00
BarbudaUTC−04:00
Flag of Belarus.svg BelarusUTC+03:00
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg BelgiumUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Flag of Belize.svg BelizeUTC−06:00
Flag of Benin.svg BeninUTC+01:00
Flag of Bermuda.svg BermudaUTC−04:00UTC−03:00
Flag of Bhutan.svg BhutanUTC+06:00
Flag of Bolivia.svg BoliviaUTC−04:00
Flag of Bonaire.svg BonaireUTC−04:00
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia and HerzegovinaUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Flag of Botswana.svg BotswanaUTC+02:00
Flag of Brazil.svg BrazilUTC−05:00 to – 02:00
Flag of the Commissioner of the British Indian Ocean Territory.svg British Indian Ocean TerritoryUTC+06:00
Flag of the British Virgin Islands.svg British Virgin IslandsUTC−04:00
Flag of Brunei.svg Brunei DarussalamUTC+08:00
Flag of Bulgaria.svg BulgariaUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
Flag of Burkina Faso.svg Burkina FasoUTC+00:00
Flag of Burundi.svg BurundiUTC+02:00
Flag of Cape Verde.svg Cape VerdeUTC−01:00
Flag of Cambodia.svg CambodiaUTC+07:00
Flag of Cameroon.svg CameroonUTC+01:00
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg CanadaUTC−08:00 to – 03:30UTC−07:00 to – 02:30
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Caribbean NetherlandsUTC−04:00
Flag of the Cayman Islands.svg Cayman IslandsUTC−05:00
Flag of the Central African Republic.svg Central African RepublicUTC+01:00
Flag of Chad.svg ChadUTC+01:00
Chatham Island, New ZealandUTC+12:45UTC+13:45
Flag of Chile.svg ChileUTC−06:00 to – 04:00UTC−05:00 to – 03:00
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg ChinaUTC+08:00
Flag of Christmas Island.svg Christmas IslandUTC+07:00
Flag of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands.svg Cocos (Keeling) IslandsUTC+06:30
Flag of Colombia.svg ColombiaUTC−05:00
Flag of the Comoros.svg ComorosUTC+03:00
Flag of the Republic of the Congo.svg CongoUTC+01:00
Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Congo, Democratic Republic of theUTC+01:00 to +02:00
Flag of the Cook Islands.svg Cook IslandsUTC−10:00
Costa RicaUTC−06:00
Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire)UTC+00:00
CroatiaUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
CubaUTC−05:00UTC−04:00
CuraçaoUTC−04:00
CyprusUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
Czech RepublicUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
DenmarkUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Diego GarciaUTC+06:00
DjiboutiUTC+03:00
DominicaUTC−04:00
Dominican RepublicUTC−04:00
Easter IslandUTC−06:00UTC−05:00
EcuadorUTC−06:00 to – 05:00
EgyptUTC+02:00
El SalvadorUTC−06:00
Ellipso (Mobile Satellite service)
EMSAT (Mobile Satellite service)
Equatorial GuineaUTC+01:00
EritreaUTC+03:00
EstoniaUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
eSwatiniUTC+02:00
EthiopiaUTC+03:00
Falkland IslandsUTC−03:00
Faroe IslandsUTC+00:00UTC+01:00
FijiUTC+12:00UTC+13:00
FinlandUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
FranceUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
French Antilles
French GuianaUTC−03:00
French PolynesiaUTC−10:00 to – 09:00
GabonUTC+01:00
GambiaUTC+00:00
GeorgiaUTC+04:00
GermanyUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
GhanaUTC+00:00
GibraltarUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Global Mobile Satellite System (GMSS)
Globalstar (Mobile Satellite Service)
GreeceUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
GreenlandUTC−04:00 to +01:00UTC−03:00 to +00:00
GrenadaUTC−04:00
GuadeloupeUTC−04:00
GuamUTC+10:00
GuatemalaUTC−06:00
GuernseyUTC+00:00UTC+01:00
GuineaUTC+00:00
Guinea-BissauUTC+00:00
GuyanaUTC−04:00
HaitiUTC−05:00UTC−04:00
HondurasUTC−06:00
Hong KongUTC+08:00
HungaryUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
IcelandUTC+00:00
ICO Global (Mobile Satellite Service)
IndiaUTC+05:30
IndonesiaUTC+07:00 to +09:00
Inmarsat SNAC
International Freephone Service (UIFN)
International Networks
International Premium Rate Service
International Shared Cost Service (ISCS)
IranUTC+03:30UTC+04:30
IraqUTC+03:00
IrelandUTC+00:00UTC+01:00
Iridium (Mobile Satellite service)
Isle of ManUTC+00:00UTC+01:00
IsraelUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
ItalyUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
JamaicaUTC−05:00
Jan MayenUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
JapanUTC+09:00
JerseyUTC+00:00UTC+01:00
JordanUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
KazakhstanUTC+05:00 to +06:00
KenyaUTC+03:00
KiribatiUTC+12:00 to +14:00
Korea, NorthUTC+09:00
Korea, SouthUTC+09:00
Flag of Kosovo.svg KosovoUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
KuwaitUTC+03:00
KyrgyzstanUTC+06:00
LaosUTC+07:00
LatviaUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
LebanonUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
LesothoUTC+02:00
LiberiaUTC+00:00
LibyaUTC+02:00
LiechtensteinUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
LithuaniaUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
LuxembourgUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
MacauUTC+08:00
MadagascarUTC+03:00
MalawiUTC+02:00
MalaysiaUTC+08:00
MaldivesUTC+05:00
MaliUTC+00:00
MaltaUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Marshall IslandsUTC+12:00
MartiniqueUTC−04:00
MauritaniaUTC+00:00
MauritiusUTC+04:00
MayotteUTC+03:00
MexicoUTC−08:00 to – 05:00UTC−07:00 to – 05:00
Micronesia, Federated States ofUTC+10:00 to +11:00
Midway Island, USAUTC−11:00
MoldovaUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
MonacoUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
MongoliaUTC+07:00 to +08:00
MontenegroUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
MontserratUTC−04:00
MoroccoUTC+01:00
MozambiqueUTC+02:00
MyanmarUTC+06:30
Flag of Artsakh.svg ArtsakhUTC+04:00
NamibiaUTC+02:00
NauruUTC+12:00
NepalUTC+05:45
NetherlandsUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
NevisUTC−04:00
New CaledoniaUTC+11:00
New ZealandUTC+12:00UTC+13:00
NicaraguaUTC−06:00
NigerUTC+01:00
NigeriaUTC+01:00
NiueUTC−11:00
Norfolk IslandUTC+11:00
North MacedoniaUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Flag of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.svg Northern CyprusUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
Northern IrelandUTC+00:00UTC+01:00
Northern Mariana IslandsUTC+10:00
NorwayUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
OmanUTC+04:00
PakistanUTC+05:00
PalauUTC+09:00
Flag of Palestine.svg Palestine, State ofUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
PanamaUTC−05:00
Papua New GuineaUTC+10:00 to +11:00
ParaguayUTC−04:00UTC−03:00
PeruUTC−05:00
PhilippinesUTC+08:00
Pitcairn IslandsUTC−08:00
PolandUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
PortugalUTC+00:00UTC+01:00
Puerto RicoUTC−04:00
QatarUTC+03:00
RéunionUTC+04:00
RomaniaUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
RussiaUTC+02:00 to +12:00
RwandaUTC+02:00
SabaUTC−04:00
Saint BarthélemyUTC−04:00
Saint HelenaUTC+00:00
Saint Kitts and NevisUTC−04:00
Saint LuciaUTC−04:00
Saint Martin (France)UTC−04:00
Saint Pierre and MiquelonUTC−03:00UTC−02:00
Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesUTC−04:00
SamoaUTC+13:00UTC+14:00
San MarinoUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
São Tomé and PríncipeUTC+00:00
Saudi ArabiaUTC+03:00
SenegalUTC+00:00
SerbiaUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
SeychellesUTC+04:00
Sierra LeoneUTC+00:00
SingaporeUTC+08:00
Sint EustatiusUTC−04:00
Sint Maarten (Netherlands)UTC−04:00
SlovakiaUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
SloveniaUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Solomon IslandsUTC+11:00
SomaliaUTC+03:00
South AfricaUTC+02:00
South Georgia and the South Sandwich IslandsUTC−02:00
South OssetiaUTC+03:00
South SudanUTC+02:00
SpainUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
Sri LankaUTC+05:30
SudanUTC+02:00
SurinameUTC−03:00
SvalbardUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
SwedenUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
SwitzerlandUTC+01:00UTC+02:00
SyriaUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
Flag of the Republic of China.svg TaiwanUTC+08:00
TajikistanUTC+05:00
TanzaniaUTC+03:00
Telecommunications for Disaster Relief by OCHA
ThailandUTC+07:00
Thuraya (Mobile Satellite service)
Flag of East Timor.svg East Timor (Timor-Leste)UTC+09:00
TogoUTC+00:00
TokelauUTC+13:00
TongaUTC+13:00
Flag of Transnistria.svg TransnistriaUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
Trinidad and TobagoUTC−04:00
Tristan da CunhaUTC+00:00
TunisiaUTC+01:00
TurkeyUTC+03:00
TurkmenistanUTC+05:00
Turks and Caicos IslandsUTC−05:00UTC−04:00
TuvaluUTC+12:00
UgandaUTC+03:00
UkraineUTC+02:00UTC+03:00
United Arab EmiratesUTC+04:00
United KingdomUTC+00:00UTC+01:00
United StatesUTC−10:00 to – 05:00UTC−10:00 to – 04:00
Universal Personal Telecommunications (UPT)
UruguayUTC−03:00
US Virgin IslandsUTC−04:00
UzbekistanUTC+05:00
VanuatuUTC+11:00
Flag of the Vatican City.svg  Vatican City State (Holy See)UTC+01:00UTC+02:00
VenezuelaUTC−04:00
VietnamUTC+07:00
Wake Island, USAUTC+12:00
Wallis and FutunaUTC+12:00
YemenUTC+03:00
ZambiaUTC+02:00
ZanzibarUTC+03:00
ZimbabweUTC+02:00

Locations with no country code

In Antarctica, dialing is dependent on the parent country of each base:

BaseCalling CodeCountryNote
Almirante Brown Antarctic Base +54Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station +1Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Artigas Base +598Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
Asuka Station +81Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
Base Presidente Eduardo Frei Montalva and Villa Las Estrellas +56Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
Belgrano II +54Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Bellingshausen Station +7Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Bernardo O'Higgins Station +56Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
Byrd Station +1Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Captain Arturo Prat Base +56Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
Casey Station +672Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia can be direct dialed
Comandante Ferraz Brazilian Antarctic Base +55Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
Concordia Station +39
+33
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Flag of France.svg  France
Davis Station +672Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia can be direct dialed
Dome Fuji Station +81Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
Dumont d'Urville Station +33Flag of France.svg  France
Esperanza Base +54Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Gabriel de Castilla Spanish Antarctic Station +34Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
Georg-von-Neumayer-Station (Replaced by Neumayer Station)+49Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Gonzalez Videla Station +56Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
Great Wall Station +86Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China
Halley Research Station +44Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom
Henryk Arctowski Polish Antarctic Station +48Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
Jang Bogo Station +82Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea
Jinnah Antarctic Station +92Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan
Juan Carlos I Base +34Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
Jubany +54Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
King Sejong Station +82Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea
Kohnen-Station +49Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Kunlun Station +852Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China
Law-Racoviţă Station +40Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Leningradskaya Station +7Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Machu Picchu Research Station +51Flag of Peru.svg  Peru
Macquarie Island Station +672Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia can be direct dialed
Maitri Station +91Flag of India.svg  India
Marambio Base +54Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Mario Zucchelli Station +39Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Mawson Station +672Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia can be direct dialed
McMurdo Station +1Flag of the United States.svg  United States can be reached by +64 code to Scott Base (NZ)
Mendel Polar Station +420Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Mirny Station +7Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Mizuho Station +81Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
Molodyozhnaya Station +7
+375
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus
Neumayer Station +49Flag of Germany.svg  Germany
Novolazarevskaya Station +7Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Orcadas Base +54Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Palmer Station +1Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Princess Elisabeth Base +32Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Professor Julio Escudero Base +56Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
Progress Station +7Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Rothera Research Station +44Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom
Russkaya Station +7Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
San Martín Base +54Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
SANAE IV (South African National Antarctic Expeditions)+27Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa
Signy Research Station +44Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom
St. Kliment Ohridski Base +359Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria
Scott Base +64Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand can be reached via +64 2409 and four digits on McMurdo exchange
Showa Station +81Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
Svea +46Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Tor Station +47Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
Troll Station +47Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
Wasa Research Station +46Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Vostok Station +7Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
Vernadsky Research Base +380Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
Zhongshan (Sun Yat-Sen) Station +86Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China

Other places with no country codes in use, although a code may be reserved:

LocationCalling CodeCountryReasons for no Code
Kerguelen Archipelago +262Flag of France.svg  France No permanent local switches
Pitcairn Islands +64Flag of the Pitcairn Islands.svg  Pitcairn Islands No connections to local switching; there are only satellite phones on the island, replacing a single wired party line; a single pay phone also exists

See also

Notes

  1. 1 2 Russia, Kazakhstan, and Abkhazia make up the Seventh World Numbering Zone. From August 2007, Kazakhstan changed all area codes to start with 7; however, 6 is also reserved for Kazakhstan. Digits 3, 4, and 5 are reserved for Russia. Abkhazia was assigned +7 840 for landline and +7 940 for mobile operators on 28 September 2009. Abkhazia will also continue using +995 44. Other digits are reserved for Russia. Currently, there are no internationally accessible numbers starting with 0, 1, 2 or 5 – these are access codes and similar arrangements.

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A telephone numbering plan is a type of numbering scheme used in telecommunication to assign telephone numbers to subscriber telephones or other telephony endpoints. Telephone numbers are the addresses of participants in a telephone network, reachable by a system of destination code routing. Telephone numbering plans are defined in each of the administrative regions of the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and in private telephone networks.

Telephone numbers in China Wikipedia list article

Telephone numbers in China are organized according to the Chinese Telephone Code Plan. The numerical formats of landlines and mobile phones are different: landlines have area-codes, whereas mobile phones do not. In major cities, landline-numbers consist of a two-digit area code followed by an eight-digit inner-number. In other places, landline-numbers consist of a three-digit area code followed by a seven- or eight-digit inner-number. The numbers of mobile phones consist of eleven digits.

Telephone numbers in the Republic of Ireland Wikipedia list article

Numbers on the Irish telephone numbering plan are regulated and assigned to operators by ComReg.

Area code 246 is the telephone area code in the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) for Barbados. Telecommunication services in Barbados are regulated by the Government of Barbados's telecommunications unit. The number 246 spells BIM on an alpha-numeric telephone keypad, a nickname for the island.

A trunk prefix is a digit sequence to be dialed before a telephone number to initiate a telephone call for the purpose of selecting an appropriate telecommunications circuit by which the call is to be routed.

The Brazilian telephone numbering plan uses a two-digit area code plus eight-digit local phone numbers for landlines and nine digits for mobile lines. Public utility services use short phone numbers, always starting with 1.

The development of the telephone area codes in the Caribbean began with the expansion of the North American Numbering Plan in 1958 with the assignment of area code 809 for Bermuda and most of the Caribbean islands.

Telephone numbers in New Zealand New Zealand numbering plan

The New Zealand telephone numbering plan describes the allocation of telephone numbers in New Zealand and the Pitcairn Islands.

Telephone numbers in Malaysia Wikipedia list article

Telephone numbers in Malaysia are regulated by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).

Telephone numbers in the Philippines Wikipedia list article

Telephone numbers in the Philippines follow an open telephone numbering plan and an open dial plan. Both plans are regulated by the National Telecommunications Commission, an attached agency under the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT).

Telephone numbers in Italy Wikipedia list article

Telephone numbers in Italy are managed by the Autorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni (AGCOM), a national regulatory authority for the communication industry located in Rome.

Telephone numbers in Taiwan

Telephone numbers in Taiwan use a system of area codes, beginning 02 to 08. The leading digit(s) following the area code denote the network operator. Mobile numbers begin 09. The international code for calls into Taiwan is 886.

Telephone numbers in Russia Wikipedia list article

Telephone numbers in Russia are under a unified numbering plan with Kazakhstan, both of which share the international code +7. Historically, +7 was used as the country calling code for all of the Soviet Union. Following the Soviet break-up, all of its former republics, save for Russia and Kazakhstan, switched to new country codes. Following Abkhazia's secession from Georgia, Abkhazia switched to the Russian telephone codes +7 840 for landlines and +7 940 for mobile phones, though it still can be reached via the Georgian telephone code +995 44.

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International Call Prefix: 00

Telephone number Sequence of digits assigned to a telephone subscription

A telephone number is a sequence of digits assigned to a fixed-line telephone subscriber station connected to a telephone line or to a wireless electronic telephony device, such as a radio telephone or a mobile telephone, or to other devices for data transmission via the public switched telephone network (PSTN) or other public and private networks.

Telephone numbers in Georgia (country) Wikipedia list article

There were changes to the telephone numbering plan in Georgia which were expected to be completed by the end of 2011. This article is being updated after all the major changes, also the dates of these changes are indicated.

Country Code: +971
International Call Prefix: 0507568835

References

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