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 COUNTRY CALLING CODES

Contents

1     Zone 1  –  North American Numbering Plan Area
2     Zone 2  –  Mostly Africa, some Atlantic islands
3     Zone 3  –  Europe
4     Zone 4  –  Europe
5     Zone 5  –  Mexico, Central America, South America and the Carribean
6     Zone 6  –  South Pacific and Oceania
7     Zone 7  –  Russia and its vicinity (former Soviet Union)
8     Zone 8  –  East Asia and Special Services
9     Zone 9  –  West, South and Central Asia, Middle East
10   Zone 0  –  unassigned
11   Locations with no country code


 Zone 1 – North American Numbering Plan Area
Areas within NANPA (North American Numbering Plan Area) have been assigned area codes as if they were all areas within one country. The codes below in format +1-XXX represent that area code within the +1 NANPA — not a separate country code. For example, the country code for Guam is +1 followed by the area code 671 — not +671.

+1 United States of America (details)

Including U.S. territories:
+1-340 U.S. Virgin Islands
+1-670 Northern Mariana Islands
+1-671 Guam
+1-684 American Samoa
+1-787 and +1-939 Puerto Rico
+1 Canada (details)
+1-441 Bermuda

Many, but not all, Caribbean nations with area codes:
+1-264 Anguilla
+1-268 Antigua and Barbuda
+1-242 Bahamas
+1-246 Barbados
+1-284 British Virgin Islands
+1-345 Cayman Islands
+1-767 Dominica
+1-809 and +1-829 Dominican Republic
+1-473 Grenada
+1-876 Jamaica
+1-664 Montserrat
+1-869 Saint Kitts and Nevis
+1-758 Saint Lucia
+1-784 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
+1-868 Trinidad and Tobago
+1-649 Turks and Caicos Islands


 Zone 2 – Mostly Africa, some Atlantic islands

20 – Egypt
210 – unassigned
211 – unassigned
212 – Morocco
213 – Algeria
214 – unassigned
215 – unassigned
216 – Tunisia
217 – unassigned
218 – Libya
219 – unassigned
220 – The Gambia
221 – Senegal
222 – Mauritania
223 – Mali
224 – Guinea
225 – Cτte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
226 – Burkina Faso
227 – Niger
228 – Togo
229 – Benin
230 – Mauritius
231 – Liberia
232 – Sierra Leone
233 – Ghana
234 – Nigeria
235 – Chad
236 – Central African Republic
237 – Cameroon
238 – Cape Verde
239 – Sγo Tomι and Prνncipe
240 – Equatorial Guinea
241 – Gabon
242 – Republic of the Congo
243 – Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly known as Zaire)
244 – Angola
245 – Guinea-Bissau
246 – Diego Garcia
247 – Ascension Island
248 – Seychelles
249 – Sudan
250 – Rwanda
251 – Ethiopia
252 – Somalia
253 – Djibouti
254 – Kenya
255 – Tanzania
256 – Uganda
257 – Burundi
258 – Mozambique
259 – unassigned, was intended for Zanzibar but never implemented - see 255 Tanzania
260 – Zambia
261 – Madagascar
262 – Rιunion
263 – Zimbabwe
264 – Namibia
265 – Malawi
266 – Lesotho
267 – Botswana
268 – Swaziland
269 – Comoros and Mayotte
27 – South Africa
28x – unassigned
290 – Saint Helena
291 – Eritrea
292 – unassigned
293 – unassigned
294 – unassigned
295 – discontinued (was assigned to San Marino, see +378)
296 – unassigned
297 – Aruba
298 – Faroe Islands
299 – Greenland


 Zone 3 – Europe

Originally larger countries (e.g France) were assigned two digit codes (to compensate for their usually longer domestic numbers) and small countries (e.g. Iceland) were assigned three digit codes however since the 1980's all new assignments have been three digit regardless of countries’ sizes.
 

30 – Greece
31 – The Netherlands
32 – Belgium
33 – France
34 – Spain (See also Spain telephone numbering plan)
350 – Gibraltar
351 – Portugal
352 – Luxembourg
353 – Republic of Ireland
354 – Iceland
355 – Albania
356 – Malta
357 – Cyprus; for the TRNC (Northern Cyprus), the country code is 90 392 - see Numbering plan of Cyprus
358 – Finland
359 – Bulgaria
36 –   Hungary
37 –   discontinued (former German Democratic Republic (GDR) until April 1992; now covered by Germany's country code 49)
370 – Lithuania
371 – Latvia
372 – Estonia
373 – Moldova
373 533 – Transnistria (unrecognised)
374 – Armenia
374 97 – Nagorno-Karabakh (unrecognised)
375 – Belarus
376 – Andorra
377 – Monaco
378 – San Marino
379 – assigned to Vatican City but uses 39 with Italy.
38 –   discontinued (was assigned to Yugoslavia before break-up)
380 – Ukraine
381 – Serbia and Montenegro
382 – Montenegro but 381 will be also used until February 2007
383 – unassigned
384 – unassigned
385 – Croatia
386 – Slovenia
387 – Bosnia and Herzegovina
388 – shared code for groups of nations
388 3 – European Telephony Numbering Space - Europe-wide services
389 – Republic of Macedonia
39 –   Italy and Vatican City

 Zone 4 – Europe


40 – Romania

41 – Switzerland – see also Swiss telephone numbering plan
42 – previously Czechoslovakia
420 – Czech Republic
421 – Slovakia
422 – unassigned
423 – Liechtenstein
424 – unassigned
425 – unassigned
426 – unassigned
427 – unassigned
428 – unassigned
429 – unassigned
43 – Austria – see also Area codes in Austria
44 – United Kingdom – see also UK telephone numbering plan
45 – Denmark
46 – Sweden
47 – Norway – see also Norway telephone numbering plan
48 – Poland
49 – Germany


 Zone 5 – Mexico, Central America, South America and the Carribean

500 – Falkland Islands
501 – Belize
502 – Guatemala
503 – El Salvador
504 – Honduras
505 – Nicaragua
506 – Costa Rica
507 – Panama
508 – Saint-Pierre and Miquelon - Located outside this zone, near Newfoundland, Canada
509 – Haiti
51 –   Peru
52 –   Mexico
53 –   Cuba
54 –   Argentina - see also Argentine telephone numbering plan
55 –   Brazil - see also Brazilian telephone numbering plan
56 –   Chile
57 –   Colombia - see also Colombian telephone numbering plan
58 –   Venezuela
590 – Guadeloupe
591 – Bolivia
592 – Guyana
593 – Ecuador
594 – French Guiana
595 – Paraguay
596 – Martinique
597 – Suriname
598 – Uruguay
599 – Netherlands Antilles


 Zone 6 – South Pacific and Oceania


60 –   Malaysia

61 –   Australia including external territories of Christmas Island and Cocos Islands – see also Australian telephone numbering plan
62 –   Indonesia
63 –   Philippines
64 –   New Zealand
65 –   Singapore
66 –   Thailand
670 –  East Timor - used to be Northern Mariana Islands which is now included in NANPA as code +1-670 (See Zone 1, above)
671 –  used to be Guam - Now included in NANPA as code +1-671 (See Zone 1, above)
672 –  Australian external territories other than Christmas, Cocos Islands, such as Australian Antarctic Territory, Norfolk Island
673 –  Brunei Darussalam
674 –  Nauru
675 –  Papua New Guinea
676 –  Tonga
677 –  Solomon Islands
678 –  Vanuatu
679 –  Fiji
680 –  Palau
681 –  Wallis and Futuna
682 –  Cook Islands
683 –  Niue Island
684 –  used to be American Samoa - Now included in NANPA as code +1-684 (See Zone 1, above)
685 –  Samoa
686 –  Kiribati (Gilbert Islands)
687 –  New Caledonia
688 –  Tuvalu (Ellice Islands)
689 –  French Polynesia
690 –  Tokelau
691 –  Federated States of Micronesia
692 –  Marshall Islands
693 –  unassigned
694 –  unassigned
695 –  unassigned
696 –  unassigned
697 –  unassigned
698 –  unassigned
699 –  unassigned


 Zone 7 – Russia and its vicinity (former Soviet Union)


7 – Russia, Kazakhstan.


 Zone 8 – East Asia and Special Services

800 – International Freephone (UIFN)

801 – unassigned
802 – unassigned
803 – unassigned
804 – unassigned
805 – unassigned
806 – unassigned
807 – unassigned
808 – reserved for Shared Cost Services
809 – unassigned
81 –   Japan
82 –   South Korea
83x –  unassigned
84 –   Vietnam
850 – North Korea
851 – unassigned
852 – Hong Kong (SAR of the People's Republic of China) - see Hong Kong telephone numbering plan
853 – Macau (SAR of the People's Republic of China) -see Macau telephone numbering plan
854 – unassigned
855 – Cambodia
856 – Laos
857 – unassigned
858 – unassigned
859 – unassigned
86 –   People's Republic of China (mainland only) - see China telephone numbering plan
870 – Inmarsat "SNAC" service
871 – Inmarsat (Atlantic East)
872 – Inmarsat (Pacific)
873 – Inmarsat (Indian)
874 – Inmarsat (Atlantic West)
875 – reserved for Maritime Mobile service
876 – reserved for Maritime Mobile service
877 – reserved for Maritime Mobile service
878 – Universal Personal Telecommunications services
879 – reserved for national non-commercial purposes
880 – Bangladesh - SubCodes
881 – Global Mobile Satellite System  (Iridium, Thuraya)
882 – International Networks
883 – unassigned
884 – unassigned
885 – unassigned
886 – Republic of China (Taiwan) - This code is not officially assigned as of 1 Jan 2006, listed by ITU as 'reserved'.
887 – unassigned
888 – reserved for future, unknown type of global service
889 – unassigned
89x – unassigned


 Zone 9 – West, South and Central Asia, Middle East


90 –  Turkey

90 392 – Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (unrecognised)
91 –  India
92 –  Pakistan
93 –  Afghanistan
94 –  Sri Lanka
95 –  Burma (Myanmar)
960 – Maldives
961 – Lebanon
962 – Jordan
963 – Syria
964 – Iraq
965 – Kuwait
966 – Saudi Arabia
967 – Yemen
968 – Oman
969 – used to be People's Democratic Republic of Yemen - now unified under 967 Yemen (formerly the Yemen Arab Republic)
970 – Palestinian Authority - This code is not officially assigned as of 1 Jan 2006, listed by ITU as 'reserved'.
971 – United Arab Emirates
972 – Israel
973 – Bahrain
974 – Qatar
975 – Bhutan
976 – Mongolia
977 – Nepal
978 – unassigned - originally assigned to Dubai, now covered under 971
979 – International Premium Rate Service - originally assigned to Abu Dhabi, now covered under 971
98 –   Iran
990 – unassigned
991 – International Telecommunications Public Correspondence Service trial (ITPCS)
992 – Tajikistan
993 – Turkmenistan
994 – Azerbaijan
995 – Georgia
996 – Kyrgyzstan
997 – unassigned
998 – Uzbekistan
999 – reserved for potential disaster relief service

 Zone 0 – unassigned


 Locations with no country code
  • Western Sahara (Moroccan-controlled locations use 212)
  • Antarctica--McMurdo Base, Amundsen-Scott Base, others (Dialing is dependent on parent country of each base.)
  • Pitcairn Island (no connections to local switching; only satellite phones are dialable)
  • Tristan da Cunha (reported as +290, but no direct dial connections to any local  witching)
  • Kerguelen Archipelago

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