Telephone numbers in the British Indian Ocean Territory

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Country Code: +246
International Call Prefix: 00

National Significant Numbers (NSN): seven digits.

The group of islands forming the British Indian Ocean Territory has no area codes.

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This region includes the Chagos Archipelago, the main island of which is Diego Garcia.


Allocations

ALLOCATIONS [1]
ServiceNumber Range
Fixed+246 37X XXXX
Mobile (new)+246 38X XXXX

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