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  1. Telephone numbers in Slovenia - Wikipedia

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    For domestic calls (within the country), 0 must be dialed before the area code. The prefix for international calls from Slovenia is 00 (e.g., for a United States number 00 1 ... should be dialled). An example for calling telephones in Ljubljana is as follows: xxx xx xx (within Ljubljana) 01 xxx xx xx (within Slovenia) +386 1 xxx xx xx (outside Slovenia)

    • +386
    • Europe
    • 00
    • Slovenia
  2. Telephone numbers in Slovakia - Wikipedia

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    Country calling code. +421. International call prefix. 00. Trunk prefix. 0. This page details the format and usage of telephone numbers in Slovakia. Today, Slovakia uses a closed numbering plan with area codes beginning with 0. After 0, there is usually a 2-digit prefix, followed by a 7-digit subscriber number.

    Secondary area (4)
    Primary area (25)
    National Number(NDC)
    National Number(SN (# of digits))
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    8
    31
    7
    32
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    7
    • Telecommunication Office of the Slovak Republic
    • Slovakia
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  4. Telephone numbers in Slovenia — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    • Number Length
    • Example For Calling
    • List of Area Codes

    All tele­phone num­bers are 9 dig­its long (ini­tial 0 plus eight num­bers). The first one, two, or three dig­its after the zero are the area code. The pos­si­ble for­mats are: (0x) xxx xx xx, (0xx) xxx xxx, and (0xxx) xx xxx. Orig­i­nally, there was only one provider of land­line tele­phony, Telekom Slovenije. When mak­ing a call within the same land­line area (Telekom), the area code is omit­ted. If a num­ber has been trans­ferred to an­other op­er­a­tor (e.g. T-2), it can still be reached with­out the area code; but to call from a trans­ferred num­ber, the area code must be di­aled in all cases. Ex­am­ples: 1. 01 xxx xx xx (Telekom) to 01 xxx xx xx (Telekom) dials xxx xx xx 2. 01 xxx xx xx (Telekom) to 01 xxx xx xx (T-2) dials xxx xx xx 3. 01 xxx xx xx (T-2) to 01 xxx xx xx (Telekom or T-2) dials 01 xxx xx xx. This does not apply for mo­bile phone num­bers and VoIP num­bers, where the area code must al­ways be di­aled.

    The in­ter­na­tional call pre­fix de­pends on the coun­try you are call­ing from; e.g., 00 for most Eu­ro­pean coun­tries, and 011 from North Amer­ica. For do­mes­tic calls (within the coun­try), 0 must be di­aled be­fore the area code. The pre­fix for in­ter­na­tional calls from Slove­nia is 00 (e.g., for a United Statesnum­ber 00 1 ... should be di­alled). An ex­am­ple for call­ing tele­phones in Ljubl­janais as fol­lows: 1. xxx xx xx (within Ljubljana) 2. 01xxx xx xx (within Slovenia) 3. +386 1xxx xx xx (outside Slovenia)

    The list of areas, grouped into his­toric and ge­o­graphic larger re­gions: 1Prior to 2000, the area codes were as fol­lows: Ljubl­jana – 061, Tr­bovlje – 0601, Mari­bor – 062, Ravne na Koroškem – 0602, Celje – 063, Kranj – 064, Nova Gor­ica – 065, Koper – 066, Pos­to­jna – 067, Novo Mesto – 068, Krško – 0608, Murska Sob­ota – 069. 2Call­ing codes in the table are as­signed to new cus­tomers by the re­spec­tive provider. How­ever, it has been pos­si­ble to change the op­er­a­tor and re­tain the old call­ing code (along with the rest of the phone num­ber) since 2006. Call­ing codes do not nec­es­sary re­flect the op­er­a­tor, but it is not pos­si­ble to trans­fer a mo­bile num­ber to a land-based op­er­a­tor and vice versa. 3 Until 31 De­cem­ber 1997,the emer­gency num­bers were: Po­lice – 92, Fire brigade – 93, Am­bu­lance – 94, Civil pro­tec­tion – 985.

  5. Talk:Telephone numbers in Slovenia - Wikipedia

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    This article is within the scope of WikiProject Slovenia, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Slovenia on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.

  6. Telephone numbers in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Wikipedia

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    1186 – International Telephone Number Directory of Telekom Srpske; 1188 – Local Telephone Number Directory of HT Eronet; 1266 – International Telephone Number Directory of HT Eronet; 1272 – Report a fault in the telephone line for BH Telecom customers; 0800 50000 option 1 – Report a fault in the telephone line for Telekom Srpske customers

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  7. Slovenian Phone Directory | A1 | en

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    Enter information in the phone book, enter the security code, and click search. Even if you do not have a telephone number, or a precise first and last name of the person you wish to search for, you can use a phone book and enter the address or a part of it which you know. Application also enables combining various things so you can search by ...

  8. Premium-rate telephone number - Wikipedia

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    Premium-rate telephone numbers are telephone numbers for telephone calls during which certain services are provided, and for which prices higher than normal are charged. . Unlike a normal call, part of the call charge is paid to the service provider, thus enabling businesses to be funded via the

  9. Telephone numbers in the Czech Republic - Wikipedia

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    For Telephone numbers in Slovakia, see +421. Following the break-up of Czechoslovakia in 1993, the successor states, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, continued to share the 42 country code until 28 February 1997, with the Czech Republic then adopting 420 and Slovakia adopting 421.

  10. Telephone numbers in Croatia - Wikipedia

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    • Calling Scheme
    • List of Area Codes
    • Mobile Phone Codes
    • Emergency Numbers
    • See Also

    The international call prefix depends on the country of origin of the call, e.g. 00 for most European countries, and 011 from North America. For domestic calls (within the country), 0 must be dialed before the area code. The prefix for international calls from Croatia is 00 (e.g. for a United Statesnumber 00 1 xxx should be dialed). An example for calling a line in Bjelovar-Bilogora County(area code 043) is as follows:

    Telephone area codes closely correspond to postal codes in Croatia and are assigned to counties. Both the Zagreb County and the City of Zagreb have the same area code (1), which is further divided into 9 areal subgroups (i.e. from 11 to 19, or 011 to 019 for calls from outside the region).

    Since the adoption of mobile number portability, prefixes of existing numbers no longer guarantee that number is in the corresponding mobile network, i.e. carried by the mobile carrierthat originally issued the number. Any newly issued number follows the above numbering plan.

    As mandated by law, all phones detectable by, or temporarily carried by, Croatian carriers provide unlimited access to state emergency numbers free of charge at all times. The Europe-wide 112 emergency number can be used to contact local fire and police departments and emergency medical and search and rescueservices.

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