|Typical format||xxx xx xx|
|Country calling code||+423 (formerly: +41 75)|
|International call prefix||00|
Liechtenstein previously used the Swiss telephone numbering plan (+41) under area code 075.(This was dialled as +41 75 from outside Switzerland and Liechtenstein). However, on 5 April 1999, it adopted its own international code +423. Consequently, calls from Switzerland now require international dialling, using the 00423 prefix and the seven-digit number.
|Leading digit(s)||Number of digits||Services|
|60-68||9||International mobile services|
|69||9||Voicemail services for national mobile services|
|7||7||National mobile services|
|80||7||Special services: Free services|
|81-83||7||Special services (reserved)|
|84||7||Special services: Split-cost services|
|85-86||7||Special services (reserved)|
|87||7||Special services: Fixed-cost services|
|88||7||Special services (reserved)|
|89||7||Special services: Personal number services|
|900||7||Premium services: Business, marketing|
|901||7||Premium services: Entertainment, games, callback|
|902-905||7||Premium services (reserved)|
|906||7||Premium services: Adult entertainment|
|907-999||7||Premium services (reserved)|
Liechtenstein Numbering Plan (ITU-T E.164)
Liechtenstein, officially the Principality of Liechtenstein, is a German-speaking microstate situated in the Alps and in the southwest of Central Europe. The principality is a semi-constitutional monarchy headed by the Prince of Liechtenstein; the Prince's extensive powers are equivalent to those of a President in a semi-presidential system.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Liechtenstein, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
The economy of Liechtenstein is based roughly equally on services and industry, with a small but significant agricultural sector. The country participates in a customs union with Switzerland and uses the Swiss franc as its national currency. It imports more than 85% of its energy requirements. Liechtenstein has been a member of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) since 1991. It also has been a member of the European Economic Area (EEA) since May 1995 and participates in the Schengen Agreement for passport-free intra-European travel.
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