Telephone numbers in Abkhazia

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Abkhazia, Georgia telephone numbers
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Location
Country[[Abkhazia, Georgia]]
Continent Asia
Typical format+995 44X 2XXXXX / +7 N40 XXX-XX-XX
Access codes
Country calling code +7 840 / +7 940
+995 44X
International call prefix 008, 009, 010
Trunk prefix 8

Telephone numbers in Abkhazia use codes owned by Georgia [1] and by Russia.

Formats: +995 44X 2XXXXX / +7 N40 XXX-XX-XX

Georgian codeRussian codeArea
+995 442+7 84022 Sukhumi
+995 443+7 84023 Gagra
+995 444+7 84024 Gudauta
+995 445+7 84025 Ochamchire
+995 446+7 84026 Tkvarcheli
+995 447+7 84027 Gali
+995 448+7 84028 Gulripshi
n.d.+7 9407A-Mobile
+995 544+7 9409Aquafon

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