|Country calling code||+374|
|International call prefix||00|
The following telephone numbers in Armenia are destination codes for international calls terminating in Armenia as well as the procedures for dialing internationally from within Armenia.
The dialling plan is as below:
From abroad to Yerevan, regions, mobile network, Artsakh fixed telephone network and Artsakh mobile network:
+ 374 + Destination Code + Subscriber Number (to Yerevan, regions) + 374 + Mobile Network Code + Mobile Subscriber Number (to mobile network) + 374 + 47 + Subscriber Number (to Artsakh fixed telephone network) + 374 + 97 + Subscriber Number (to Artsakh mobile network)
From Yerevan, regions, mobile network and Artsakh to abroad:
00 + Country Code + Destination Code + Subscriber Number
Calls to North America from anywhere in Armenia receive a substantial discount if preceded by a special code specific to each Armenian phone company.
For example, if one makes a call from a Vivacell-MTS phone to North America and dials 77 first, one is charged 14 AMD per minute. It is the same deal for callers from a Beeline (whether a mobile or fix landline) if a call is preceded by *88*.
Thus, from a Vivacell phone one must dial; 77 + 00 + Country Code (1 for North America) + Destination Code + Subscriber Number And from a beeline phone (landline or cell) one must dial: *88* + 00 + Country Code (1 for North America)+ Destination Code + Subscriber Number
0 + Destination Code + Subscriber Number
From Yerevan, regions and mobile network to Artsakh fixed telephone network and Artsakh mobile network:
0 + 47 + Subscriber Number (to Artsakh fixed telephone network) 0 + 97 + Subscriber Number (to Artsakh mobile network)
An example for calling telephones in Yerevan, Armenia is as follows:
Subscriber Number (within Yerevan) 0 + 10 + Subscriber Number (within Armenia and Artsakh) + 374 + 10 + Subscriber Number (outside Armenia and Artsakh)
|Mets Mantash||244 96|
Several new blocks of numbers have been assigned in 2010 and 2011 to several Armenian ITSPs for their respective non-geographic networks.
|VivaCell-MTS||6061, 6067, 6068, 6069, 6076, 6077, 6078, 6079, 6080, 6081|
|Arminco||6027, 6062, 6066|
|CrossNet LLC||6037, 6040, 6043, 6047, 6048,6049|
|Ucom LLC||6044, 6050, 6051, 6052, 6053, 6054|
|Griar Telecom||6045, 6056, 6057, 6058, 6059, 6060|
|Beeline||91, 99, 96, 43, 33,79|
|Ucom||55, 95, 41, 44, 66,50|
|Viva-MTS||93, 94, 77, 98, 49, 22,|
On 1 April 2014, mobile number portability was launched in Armenia, which means that subscribers of mobile operators can have any mobile network code by porting in from the host operator.
|General emergency||112 or 911|
This article is about telecommunications systems in Armenia.
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