Telephone Codes (1) The National Destination Code, equivalent


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Telephone Codes (1) The National Destination Code, equivalent to the North American Area Code, and the Subscriber Number do not include any dialing prefixes for internal country use. These are sometime indicated by a number in parentheses, as in the U.K. with (0) preceding the number. (2) Country codes of 1 followed by three digits in parentheses are part of the North American network and the three digits are the area code. (3) Some countries use a system without National Destination Codes separate from the subscriber number. In this case, both the min_digits and the max_digits for the National Destination Code are 0 (zero).

AWA Geographic Telephone

entity

Country

Code

Afghanistan

93

Ă…land, Finland 358

Albania

355

Algeria

213

American Samoa 1 (684)

Andorra

376

Angola

244

Anguilla Antigua & Barbuda Argentina
Armenia

1 (264) 1 (268)
54
374

Aruba

297

Telephone National Destination Code (min. digits) 2
1
1 2
3
2
3 3 2 2

Telephone National Destination Code (max. digits) 2
2
3 2
3
3
3 3 4 3

Telephone Subscriber Number (min. digits)

Telephone Subscriber Number (max. digits)

Telephone Comment

7

7

Two-digit access codes are used for

mobile telephones and designate the

service provider. These are used in place

of an area code. As of December 2004, all

fixed telephone subscriber numbers are 7

digits. As of August 2008, all mobile

telephone subscriber numbers are 7

digits.

4

10

Province of Finland,using the Finnish

telephone numbering system.. Most

subscriber numbers are 7 digits. Special

codes are used as dialing prefixes to

access the more than 20 carriers. Some

special services may have 3-digits area

codes.

6

6

6

7

All mobile telephone subscriber numbers

became 10 digits, including the area code

and subscriber number, in February 2008.

Geographically fixed numbers remain 9

digits.

7

7

As of 2 October 2004, American Samoa

became part of the North American

Numbering Plan. The former country

code, '684', became the area code and the

country code is now '1'.

6

8

8-digit numbers are used for freephone

service.

6

7

As of June 2009, mobile numbers are 9

digits. Change to geographic numbers

have been announced but no details are

given. Some mobile numbers had

changed from 6 to 7 digits, with 2-digit

area codes, on 15 January 2005.

Geographic fixed subscriber numbers

changed to 6 digits, with 3-digit area

codes on 26 July 2005.

7

7

North American Numbering Plan

7

7

North American Numbering Plan

5

8

A major new numbering plan affected all

telephone numbers on 24 January 1999.

5

6

Effective 1 May 2005, telephone number

total 8 digits, with destination codes

expanding from 1 or 2 digits to 2 or 3

digits. "Additional Digits" (1 or 2 digits)

and "Interregional Destination Codes" (2

digits) are added to numbers of shorter

length to bring all numbers to 8 digits.

Effectively, this makes all subscriber

numbers 5 or 6 digits..

7

7

On 1 February 2003, the 7 digits

AWA Geographic Telephone

entity

Country

Code

Ascension Island 247

Australia

61

Austria

43

Azerbaijan

994

Telephone National Destination Code (min. digits)
1
1
2

Telephone National Destination Code (max. digits)
1
4
3

Telephone Subscriber Number (min. digits)

Telephone Subscriber Number (max. digits)

Telephone Comment

subscriber number length was

implemented.

4

4

8

8

All geographic telephone numbers are

now a standard single-digit area code

followed by an 8-digit subscriber

number. Special services have 4 to 15

digit numbers (area code + subscriber

number).

3

9

Some standardization of subscriber

numbers has taken place. The

destination code + subscriber number is a

maximum of 12 digits.

5

7

Subscriber number in Nakhchivan

Autonomous Region changed from 5 to

6 digits with the addition of '4' at the

beginning of the number in May 2005.

On 1 August 2004, subscriber numbers

in Baku changed from 6 digits to 7

digits with the addition of a '4' at the

beginning of the existing number; as of

late in 2008, '3' and '5' are also used to

begin numbers in Baku. The area code

and subscriber number total 8 digits for

conventional numbers outside of Baku,

Sumgait and Nakhchivan and 9 digits

in those areas and for mobile numbers.

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