|NSN length||5 to 12|
|Country calling code||+358|
|International call prefix||00|
All of Finland, including the Åland Islands, has the same country code, +358.
Finland's numbering plan was reorganised in 1996, with the number of area codes being reduced, and the trunk code being changed from 9 to 0. This meant that the area code for Helsinki also changed:
|Within Finland||Outside Finland|
|Before 1996||90 xxx xxx||+358 0 xxx xxx|
|After 1996||09 xxx xxx||+358 9 xxx xxx|
The default international access code is 00, although when dialing the Telex number, prefix 99 is required.
When dialing the international access code from a cell phone, prefix + can be used.
|013||North Karelia (Pohjois-Karjala / Norra Karelen)|
|014||Central Finland (Keski-Suomi / Mellersta Finland)|
|015||Mikkeli (Mikkeli / S:t Michel)|
|016||Lapland (Lappi / Lappland)|
|019||Uusimaa (Uusimaa / Nyland)|
|02 (except 020, 029)||Turku and Pori (Turku ja Pori / Åbo och Björneborg)|
|03||Häme (Häme / Tavastland)|
|05 (except 050)||Kymi (Kymi / Kymmene)|
|06 (except 060)||Vaasa (Vaasa / Vasa)|
|08 (except 080)||Oulu (Oulu / Uleåborg)|
|09||Helsinki (Helsinki / Helsingfors)|
Source: Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority
0201, 02021, 02024–02029, 0203–0208
075003–075009, 075303–075309, 075323–075329, 075753–075759, 075983–075989
02020, 02022, 02023
|Service numbers. (0700 series is for entertainment and 0600 is for services). Other premium codes exist and these sometimes confuse consumers as they may not know they are calling a premium number.|
|Toll-free telephone numbers.|
Finnish mobile numbers start with 04x, 0457 or 050. The format for mobile telephone numbers is 04x 123 45 67 or 0457 123 45 67 or 050 123 45 67. When called from a different country, the format is + 358 4x 123 45 67 or + 358 50 123 45 67. Most commonly 7 digits are used for subscriber number, with normal range being from 4 to 8 digits.
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Country Code: +689
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International Call Prefix: 00
Trunk Prefix: 0
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