Telephone numbers in Brunei

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Brunei telephone numbers
Brunei (orthographic projection).svg
Country Brunei
Continent Asia
Access codes
Country calling code +673
International call prefix 00
Trunk prefix n/a (0 removed as of 22 March 2003)

National Significant Numbers (NSN): seven digits

Number allocations

National Numbering Plan (NNP) for Brunei Darussalam (as at 6 November 2008):

Fixed+673 21X XXXX
+673 3XX XXXX
+673 4XX XXXX
+673 5XX XXXX
Mobile+673 7XX XXXX
+673 8XX XXXX
+673 228 XXXX
+673 229 XXXX

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