|NSN length||4 to 9|
|Country calling code||+992|
|International call prefix||00|
National Significant Numbers (NSN): four to nine digits.
The International dialling format for Tajikistan varies from 7 to 12 digits:
e.g. for Dushanbe: +992 372 XXXXXX (Area code: three digits. Subscriber number: six digits).
|LIST OF AREA CODES|
|Name of cities, regions, districts||Long distance code||Zone code||Subscriber number||Dialling format|
|+992 372 2X XXXX|
+992 372 3X XXXX
|Centre of Dushanbe (officially «Districts of Republican subjecting»)|
|Varzob||31||53||2 XXXX||+992 3153 2 XXXX|
|Vakhdat (F. Kofarnikhon)||31||36||2 XXXX||+992 3136 2 XXXX|
|Hissar||31||39||2 XXXX||+992 3139 2 XXXX|
|Jirgital||31||32||2 XXXX||+992 3132 2 XXXX|
|Nurobod (F. Darband)||31||33||2 XXXX||+992 3133 2 XXXX|
|Nurek||31||38||2 XXXX||+992 3138 2 XXXX|
|Rasht (F. Garm)||31||31||2 XXXX||+992 3131 2 XXXX|
|Rudaki (F. Leninskiy)||31||37||2 XXXX||+992 3137 2 XXXX|
|Rogun||31||34||2 XXXX||+992 3134 2 XXXX|
|Tadjikabad||31||54||2 XXXX||+992 3154 2 XXXX|
|Tursun-Zade||31||30||2 XXXX||+992 3130 2 XXXX|
|Tavildara||31||56||2 XXXX||+992 3156 2 XXXX|
|Fayzabad||31||35||3 XXXX||+992 3135 3 XXXX|
|Shakhrinav||31||55||3 XXXX||+992 3155 3 XXXX|
|Yavan||31||41||2 XXXX||+992 3141 2 XXXX|
|Khatlon area (area zone Kurgan-Tube)|
|Abdurakhmana Jami (F. Khudjamaston)||32||43||2 XXXX||+992 3243 2 XXXX|
|Bokhtar||32||45||2 XXXX||+992 3245 2 XXXX|
|Vakhsh||32||46||2 XXXX||+992 3246 2 XXXX|
|Djilikul||32||48||2 XXXX||+992 3248 2 XXXX|
|+992 3222 2 XXXX|
+992 3222 3 XXXX
|Kumsangir (C. Dusti)||32||49||4 XXXX||+992 3249 4 XXXX|
|Kabodion||32||51||2 XXXX||+992 3251 2 XXXX|
|Kolkhozabad||32||47||4 XXXX||+992 3247 4 XXXX|
|Nosiri Khusrav (F. Beshkent)||Through Shaartuz operator|
|Panj||32||52||2 XXXX||+992 3252 2 XXXX|
|Sarband||32||50||6 XXXX||+992 3250 6 XXXX|
|Khuroson (F. Gozimalik)||32||42||2 XXXX||+992 3242 2 XXXX|
|Shaartuz||32||40||2 XXXX||+992 3240 2 XXXX|
|Khatlon area (area zone Kulyab)|
|Vose||33||11||2 XXXX||+992 3311 2 XXXX|
|Dangara||33||12||2 XXXX||+992 3312 2 XXXX|
|+992 3322 2 XXXX|
+992 3322 3 XXXX
|M. Khamadoni (F. Moskowskiy)||33||15||2 XXXX||+992 3315 2 XXXX|
|Muminobod||33||18||2 XXXX||+992 3318 2 XXXX|
|Parkhar||33||16||2 XXXX||+992 3316 2 XXXX|
|Temurmalik (F. Sovetskiy)||33||14||2 XXXX||+992 3314 2 XXXX|
|Khovaling||33||17||00 2 XX||+992 331700 2 XX|
|Shurabad||Through Dunshanbe operator|
|Sogd area (Centre Khujand)|
|Asht||34||53||2 XXXX||+992 3453 2 XXXX|
|Ayni||34||79||2 XXXX||+992 3479 2 XXXX|
|Ganchi||34||64||2 XXXX||+992 3464 2 XXXX|
|Gafurov||34||42||3 XXXX||+992 3442 3 XXXX|
|Jabarrasulov (F. Proletarskiy)||34||55||2 XXXX||+992 3455 2 XXXX|
|Zafarabad||34||52||5 XXXX||+992 3452 5 XXXX|
|Isfara||34||62||2 XXXX||+992 3462 2 XXXX|
|Istravshan||34||54||2 XXXX||+992 3454 2 XXXX|
|Kayrakum||34||43||2 XXXX||+992 3443 2 XXXX|
|Kanibadam||34||67||3 XXXX||+992 3467 3 XXXX|
|Matchinskiy (C. Buston)||34||45||2 XXXX||+992 3445 2 XXXX|
|Pendjikent||34||75||5 XXXX||+992 3475 5 XXXX|
|Spitamen (F. Nou)||34||41||2 XXXX||+992 3441 2 XXXX|
|Taboshar||34||65||2 XXXX||+992 3465 2 XXXX|
|Sogd area (centre Khujand)|
|+992 3422 2 XXXX|
+992 3422 4 XXXX
+992 3422 5 XXXX
+992 3422 6 XXXX
|Chkalovsk||34||51||5 XXXX||+992 3451 5 XXXX|
|Shakhristan||34||56||2 XXXX||+992 3456 2 XXXX|
|Mountain – Autonomous Region Badahshan (Centre Khorog)|
|Vanj||35||51||2 XXXX||+992 3551 2 XXXX|
|Darvaz (F. Kalaykhumb)||35||52||2 XXXX||+992 3552 2 XXXX|
|Ishkashim||35||53||2 XXXX||+992 3553 2 XXXX|
|Murgab||35||54||2 XXXX||+992 3554 2 XXXX|
|Rushan||35||56||2 XXXX||+992 3556 2 XXXX|
|Roshtkala||35||55||2 XXXX||+992 3555 2 XXXX|
|Khorog||35||22||2 XXXX||+992 3522 2 XXXX|
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