Telephone numbers in Estonia

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Estonia telephone numbers
Location
Country Estonia
Continent Europe
Typeclosed
NSN length7-12
Typical formatxxx xxxx (landline and mobile)
xxxx xxxx (mobile)
xxxx xxx xxx (some freephone numbers)
Access codes
Country calling code +372
International call prefix 00
Trunk prefix none

Telephone numbers in Estonia follow a closed telephone numbering plan.

Contents

The numbering plan of Estonia was reorganised from 1th May, 2003 into closed numbering plan. All calls inside Estonia are local; trunk codes are not used. [1]

Within EstoniaOutside Estonia
Before 20030 xxx xxxx+372 xxx xxxx
After 2003xxx xxxx+372 xxx xxxx

Landline phone numbers have 7 digits, mobile numbers can have either 7 or 8 digits, machine-to-machine (M2M) numbers can be up to 12 digits. [2]

Telephone numbers are portable between locations and operators.

Estonian SSR had +7 014 area code.

Numbering plan [3]

 32x xxxx      Landline  33x xxxx      Landline  35x xxxx      Landline  38x xxxx      Landline  39x xxxx      Landline  40xx xxxx     eFax Service  43x xxxx      Landline  44x xxxx      Landline  45x xxxx      Landline  46x xxxx      Landline  47x xxxx      Landline  48x xxxx      Landline  5xx xxxx      Mobile  5xxx xxxx     Mobile  60x xxxx      Landline  61x xxxx      Landline  62x xxxx      Landline  63x xxxx      Landline  64x xxxx      Landline  65x xxxx      Landline  66x xxxx      Landline  67x xxxx      Landline  68x xxxx      Landline  71x xxxx      Landline  72x xxxx      Landline  73x xxxx      Landline  74x xxxx      Landline  75x xxxx      Landline  76x xxxx      Landline  77x xxxx      Landline  78x xxxx      Landline  79x xxxx      Landline  8000 xxxx     International Freephone Service (IFS)  8001 xxxx     International Freephone Service (IFS) Home Country Direct  8002 xxx      Freephone  8003 xxx      Freephone  8004 xxx      Freephone  8005 xxx      Freephone  8006 xxx      Freephone  8007 xxx      Freephone  8008 xxx      Freephone  8009 xxx      Freephone  81xx xxxx     Mobile  82xx xxxx     Mobile  83xx xxxx     Mobile  84xx xxxx     Mobile  85xx xxxx     Mobile  86xx xxxx     Mobile  87xx xxxx     Mobile  88x xxxx      Landline  900 xxxx      Premium rate service

Example call

 When calling the Estonian number 799 2222:  *From inside Estonia:       799 2222  *From other countries: +372 799 2222

Special numbers

 112 - European emergency phone number [4]  116 - Harmonised European Short Codes (HESC) [5]   1247 - State helpline [6]  +372 600 1247 from abroad [7]   1343 - Report an electric circuit breakdown 24 h [8] 

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Country Code: +240
International Call Prefix: 00
Trunk Prefix:

References

  1. https://arileht.delfi.ee/artikkel/5042731/tavatelefon-maist-ainult-suunakoodiga
  2. https://www.riigiteataja.ee/akt/123052018005?leiaKehtiv#para6
  3. https://www.riigiteataja.ee/akt/123052018005?leiaKehtiv
  4. https://www.112.ee/en/instruction/emergency-phone-number-112t
  5. https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/116-your-country
  6. https://www.112.ee/en/instruction/help-and-information
  7. "Home". COVID-19 crisis webpage. Retrieved 2021-05-22.
  8. https://www.elektrilevi.ee/en/avaleht