Telephone numbers in Egypt

Last updated
Egypt telephone numbers
Egypt (orthographic projection).svg
Country Egypt
Continent Africa
Regulator National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority
Access codes
Country calling code +20
International call prefix 00
Trunk prefix 0

The following are the telephone codes in Egypt.

Land lines

List of area codes
Area/CityCodeExample (local)Example (international)Area/CityCodeExample (local)Example (international)
Greater Cairo (Cairo, Giza, and part of Qalyubia)202-xxxx-xxxx+20-2-xxxx-xxxx Alexandria 303-xxx-xxxx+20-3-xxx-xxxx
Arish 68068-xxx-xxxx+20-68-xxx-xxxx Asyut 88088-xxx-xxxx+20-88-xxx-xxxx
Aswan 97097-xxx-xxxx+20-97-xxx-xxxx Benha 13013-xxx-xxxx+20-13-xxx-xxxx
Beni Suef 82082-xxx-xxxx+20-82-xxx-xxxx Damanhur 45045-xxx-xxxx+20-45-xxx-xxxx
Damietta 57057-xxx-xxxx+20-57-xxx-xxxx Faiyum 84084-xxx-xxxx+20-84-xxx-xxxx
Ismailia 64064-xxx-xxxx+20-64-xxx-xxxx Kafr El Sheikh 47047-xxx-xxxx+20-47-xxx-xxxx
Luxor 95095-xxx-xxxx+20-95-xxx-xxxx Marsa Matruh 46046-xxx-xxxx+20-46-xxx-xxxx
Mansoura 50050-xxx-xxxx+20-50-xxx-xxxx Minya 86086-xxx-xxxx+20-86-xxx-xxxx
Monufia 48048-xxx-xxxx+20-48-xxx-xxxx New Valley 92092-xxx-xxxx+20-92-xxx-xxxx
Port Said 66066-xxx-xxxx+20-66-xxx-xxxx Qena 96096-xxx-xxxx+20-96-xxx-xxxx
Red Sea 65065-xxx-xxxx+20-65-xxx-xxxx Sohag 93093-xxx-xxxx+20-93-xxx-xxxx
Suez 62062-xxx-xxxx+20-62-xxx-xxxx Tanta 40040-xxx-xxxx+20-40-xxx-xxxx
El Tor 69069-xxx-xxxx+20-69-xxx-xxxx Zagazig 55055-xxx-xxxx+20-55-xxx-xxxx
10th of Ramadan 55055-xxx-xxxx+20-55-xxx-xxxx Qalyubia 13013-xxx-xxxx+20-13-xxx-xxxx

Mobile phone numbers

There are currently four mobile network operators in Egypt: Orange, Vodafone, Etisalat, and We (by Telecom Egypt).


OperatorCodeExample (local)Example (international)

List of other codes

DescriptionNumber format
Toll free0800-xxx-xxxx
Premium services09xx-xxxx
Free internet dial up07xx-xxxx
Short numbers15xxx, 16xxx, 17xxx, 19xxx

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