Telephone numbers in South Ossetia

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South Ossetia telephone numbers
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Location
Country South Ossetia
Continent Asia
Typical format+7 929 8XX XXXX
Access codes
Country calling code +7 929 8XX XXXX

Telephone numbers in South Ossetia use several codes owned by Russia. [1] Before the Recognition of independence by Russia the country had used Georgian codes.

Former format (before the recognition): +995 34X XXXXXX

Сurrent format of mobiles: +7 929 8XX XXXX [2]


Former formats:

CodeArea
+995 342 Akhalgori
+995 344 Tskhinvali
+995 Java

Current formats:

CodeApplication
+7 929 8XX XXXXThe only mobile operator uses it. [3]
+7 850 XXX XXXXFixed communication [4]

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References

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  2. "О новшествах мобильной связи в Южной Осетии". Государственное информационное агентство "Рес" (in Russian). 2010-03-25. Retrieved 2019-07-15.
  3. "В Южной Осетии перешли на новые коды мобильной связи". Государственное информационное агентство "Рес" (in Russian). 2010-06-01. Retrieved 2019-07-15.
  4. "Россия предоставила Южной Осетии во временное пользование свои телефонные коды". Министерство цифрового развития, связи и массовых коммуникаций Российской Федерации (in Russian). Retrieved 2019-07-15.