Telephone numbers in Cambodia

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Cambodia telephone numbers
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Location
Country Cambodia
Continent Asia
Typical format+855 xx xxx xxx or +855 xx xxx xxxx
Access codes
International call prefix +855

Land Lines

To dial a land line in Cambodia all over the country, the format is Area Code + Phone Number. The area code is 3 digits long, followed by a 6 or 7 digit phone number.

Contents

Calls made from outside Cambodia must omit the prefix 0. Therefore, to call a land line number in Phnom Penh from other countries, dialing begins with +855 23 followed by 6 or 7 digits. [1]

Area code

[2] Area codes starting with 02

  1. Phnom Penh - 023
  2. Kandal - 024
  3. Kampong Speu - 025
  4. Kampong Chhnang - 026

Area codes starting with 03

  1. Takeo - 032
  2. Kampot - 033
  3. Sihanoukville - 034
  4. Koh Kong - 035
  5. Kep - 036

Area codes starting with 04

  1. Kampong Cham - 042
  2. Prey Veng - 043
  3. Svay Rieng - 044

Area codes starting with 05

  1. Pursat - 052
  2. Battambang - 053
  3. Banteay Meanchey - 054
  4. Pailin - 055

Area codes starting with 06

  1. Kampong Thom - 062
  2. Siem Reap - 063
  3. Preah Vihear - 064
  4. Oddar Meanchey - 065

Area codes starting with 07

  1. Kratie - 072
  2. Mondulkiri - 073
  3. Stung Treng - 074
  4. Ratanakiri - 075

Likewise to call mobile phones from land line or other mobile phones, domestic dialing begins a 0 followed by 8 or 9 digits. [2]

Mobile numbers in Cambodia take the form: 0TT-AXX-XXXY.

The first two numbers after the leading 0 or 'TT' in the example above identify the operator. For example, 010 234 567 is an example of a 9 digit mobile number from Smart. 088 234 5678 on the other hand is an example of a 10 digit mobile number from Metfone.

The 3rd digit after the leading 0 or 'A' in the example above must be between 1 and 9. [3] Normally this value is between 2 and 9 which allows a value of '1' to be used for mobile phones which are roaming in Cambodia. However some operators such as Mobitel are using a '1' in this range to extend their number ranges for certain popular prefixes. For example, 012 123 4567 and 092 123 456 are valid mobile numbers in Ca

'X' can take the values 0 to 9 and 'Y' is an optional extra digit which is used by some operators.

Most mobile numbers are 8 digits long (excluding the leading 0), however some operators are now using 9 digit numbers. 0882345678 is an example of a valid 9 digit mobile number.+85592662075

Calls made from outside Cambodia must omit the prefix 0. Therefore, to call a mobile number in Cambodia from other countries, dialing begins with +855 1, +855 8, or +855 92662075/9 etc.

Network Operators

NetworkMobile PrefixesMobile ExamplesLandline PrefixesLandline ExamplesNotes

Cellcard

  • 023 (+ 7 digits But start with 5xxxxxx)
  • 011 (+ 6 digits)
  • 012 (+ 6-7 digits)
  • 014 (+ 6 digits)
  • 017 (+ 6 digits)
  • 061 (+ 6 digits)
  • 076 (+ 7 digits)
  • 077 (+ 6 digits)
  • 078 (+ 6 digits)
  • 079 (+ 6 digits)
  • 085 (+ 6 digits)
  • 089 (+ 6 digits)
  • 092 (+ 6 digits)
  • 095 (+ 6 digits)
  • 099 (+ 6 digits)
  • +855 76 234 5678
  • +855 12 123 4567
  • +855 12 234 567
  • +855 92 123 456

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-

  • Also known as Cellcard
  • Incorporates the former Mfone

CooTel

  • 038 (+ 7 digits)
  • +855 38 383 8338
  • NDC + '47' + 4-5 digits

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EMAXX (Star Digital)/Kingtel

  • 039 (+ 7 digits)
  • +855 39 9999 898

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Seatel

  • 018 (+ 7 digits)
  • +855 18 912 3456

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-

  • Incorporates the former GT-TEL (Excell)

Metfone

  • 023 (+ 7 digits But start with 6xxxxxx)
  • 031 (+ 7 digits)
  • 060 (+ 6 digits)
  • 066 (+ 6 digits)
  • 067 (+ 6 digits)
  • 068 (+ 6 digits)
  • 071 (+ 7 digits)
  • 088 (+ 7 digits)
  • 090 (+ 6 digits)
  • 097 (+ 7 digits)
  • +855 31 234 5678
  • +855 60 234 567
  • +855 88 234 5678
  • +855 97 234 5678
  • +855 71 234 5678
  • NDC + '46' + 4-5 digits
  • Incorporates the former Beeline

qb

  • 013 (+ 6 digits)
  • 080 (+ 6 digits)
  • 083 (+ 6 digits)
  • 084 (+ 6 digits)
  • +855 13 234 567

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Smart

  • 010 (+ 6 digits)
  • 015 (+ 6 digits)
  • 016 (+ 6 digits)
  • 069 (+ 6 digits)
  • 070 (+ 6 digits)
  • 081 (+ 6 digits)
  • 086 (+ 6 digits)
  • 087 (+ 6 digits)
  • 093 (+ 6 digits)
  • 096 (+ 7 digits)
  • 098 (+ 6 digits)
  • +855 96 234 5678
  • +855 10 234 567
  • NDC + '45' + 4-5 digits
  • Incorporates the former Hello Axiata

See also

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References

  1. "How to call Cambodia from the USA/Canada".
  2. 1 2 "Mobile phone networks and prefixes with price links in Cambodia 2009-10".
  3. "NNP for Cambodia".