|Country calling code||+95|
|International call prefix||00|
|List of Myanmar dialing codes|
Telephone numbers in Myanmar are 8 to 11 digits long including the trunk prefix. (E.g. 01 123456, 09 664545175)
|LIST OF AREA CODES |
|1422||Yangon||Myanmar APN Mytel|
|1426||Yangon||Myanmar Speed Net|
|2426||Mandalay||Myanmar Speed Net|
|4342||Ngapali (Shwe War Gyaing)|
|4343||Ngapali (Shwe War Gyaing)|
|4344||Ngapali (Shwe War Gyaing)|
|6030||Yenangyaung Industrial Zone|
|6530||Minbu New Town|
|6630||Myingyan Industrial Zone|
|6735||Nay Pyi Taw Airport|
|67340||Nay Pyi Taw||MPT|
|67341||Nay Pyi Taw||MPT|
|67342||Nay Pyi Taw||MPT|
|7125||Monywa Industrial Zone|
|7330||Kalay Industrial Zone|
|8529||Padaythar Myothit (Ptinooewin)|
|76-79||MPT||Not 11 Numbers|
|31-32||MecTel||Not 11 Numbers|
|191||Fire||Can also call for natural disasters|
|2019||Covid-19 call center|
Myanmar has begun the liberalization of its Telecommunication market in 2013.
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