Telephone numbers in Moldova

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Moldova telephone numbers
Moldova administrative map for template trans.svg
Administrative division of Moldova corresponding to geographical numbers prefix division
Country Moldova
Continent Europe
Regulator ANRCETI
NSN length8
Typical format0ABCDEFGH
Access codes
Country calling code +373
International call prefix 00
Trunk prefix 0

Country Code: +373
International Call Prefix: 00
Trunk Prefix: 0


On February 1, 2004 Moldova introduced a new closed telephone numbering plan with an open dialing plan. [1]

Structure of international telephone numbers

International telephone numbers consist of the country code "373", and 8 national significant numbers (N(S)N).

The National Significant Number consists of 2-3 digits for the National Destination Code and 5-6 digits for the Subscriber Number (SN).

N(S)N Format
AssignmentNumber types
0National Prefix
00International Prefix
1XX[X(X)]Short codes
2XXXXXXXNumbers for fixed telephone networksGeographic
3XXXXXXXNumbers for fixed telephone networksGeographic
4XXXXXXXLong-term strategic reserve
5XXXXXXXNumbers for fixed telephone networksGeographic
6XXXXXXXNumbers for mobile telephone networks and pagingNon-geographic
7XXXXXXXServices (personal numbers and mobile telephone networks)Non-geographic
8XXXXXXXServices (free phone, dial-up, etc.)Non-geographic
900XXXXXServices (shared-revenue service, etc.)Non-geographic
Long-term strategic reserveNon-geographic
0-22-xx-xx-xx call within Chişinău 0-xxx-xx-x-xx call within other localities in Moldova 0-xx-xx-xx-xx call between localities and mobile phone        companies +00-373-xxx-xx-xxx call from Moldova to Transnistria +373-xx-xx-xx-xx call to Moldova from abroad

List of area codes in Moldova

List of area codes [2]
Area Code [3] Area/City
210 and 310Grigoriopol
215 and 315Dubasari
216 and 316Camenca
219 and 319Dnestrovsk
22 and 32Chișinău
230 and 330Soroca
231 and 331Bălți
235 and 335Orhei
236 and 336Ungheni
237 and 337Strășeni
241 and 341Cimișlia
242 and 342Ștefan Vodă
243 and 343Căușeni
244 and 344Călărași
246 and 346Edineț
247 and 347Briceni
248 and 348Criuleni
249 and 349Glodeni
250 and 350Florești
251 and 351Dondușeni
252 and 352Drochia
254 and 354Rezina
256 and 356Rîșcani
258 and 358Telenești
259 and 359Fălești
262 and 362Sîngerei
263 and 363Leova
264 and 364Nisporeni
265 and 365Anenii Noi
268 and 368Ialoveni
269 and 369Hîncești
271 and 371Ocnița
272 and 372Șoldănești
273 and 373Cantemir
291 and 391Ceadîr-Lunga
293 and 393Vulcănești
294 and 394Taraclia
297 and 397Basarabeasca
298 and 398Comrat
299 and 399Cahul

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