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  2. Telephone numbers in France - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The French telephone numbering plan is not only used for metropolitan France but also for the French overseas departments and some overseas collectivities. The plan uses a ten-digit closed numbering scheme, where the first two digits denote the area: 01 Île-de-France

  3. Telephone numbers in France - WIKI 2. Wikipedia Republished

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    Calls between the DOMs and metropolitan France require only the '0' to be dialed. Since 2001, telephone numbers in the DOMs have followed the same ten-digit format as metropolitan France, with the country code being used as a geographical area code: Guadeloupe, Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin. From France: Fixed phone line: 0 590 xx xx xx

  4. Telephone numbers in Europe - Wikipedia

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    Telephone numbers in Europe are managed by the national telecommunications authorities of each country. The country calling codes start primarily with 3 and 4, however, some countries that by the Copenhagen criteria are considered part of Europe have country codes from the Asia range, starting with 9.

  5. Talk:Telephone numbers in France - Wikipedia

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    Talk:Telephone numbers in France ... This article is within the scope of WikiProject France, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of France on Wikipedia.

  6. List of international call prefixes - Wikipedia

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    An international call prefix or dial out code is a trunk prefix used to select an international telephone circuit for placing an international call.It is now called an IDD prefix (international direct dialing) – a country will typically have an NDD prefix as well (national direct dialing).

  7. List of country calling codes - Simple English Wikipedia, the ...

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    +1 United States of America. Including U.S. territories in the Pacific Islands: +1-671 and 453 and 454 Guam +1-670 Northern Mariana Islands +1-684 American Samoa +1 Canada — see detailed list of area codes

  8. National conventions for writing telephone numbers - Wikipedia

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    France. French telephone numbers are 10 digits long, usually written in groups of two separated by spaces, in the format 0A BB BB BB BB where 0 (the trunk prefix) was created in 1996 to be a carrier selection code, and A is the "territorial area code" included in the subscriber number A BB BB BB BB.

  9. 112 (emergency telephone number) - Wikipedia

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    112 is a part of the GSM standard and all GSM-compatible telephone handsets are able to dial 112 even when locked or, in some countries, with no SIM card present. It is also the common emergency number in nearly all member states of the European Union as well as several other countries of Europe and the world. 112 is often available alongside other numbers traditionally used in the given ...

  10. 国际电话区号列表 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    +262-269/639 ( 英语 : Telephone numbers in France )-- 马约特(分别用于固定电话和手机,曾使用科摩罗之+269) +263 ( 英语 : Telephone numbers in Zimbabwe ) -- 辛巴威

  11. Chinese whispers - Wikipedia

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    In France, it is called téléphone arabe (Arabic telephone) or téléphone sans fil (wireless telephone). In Malaysia, this game is commonly referred to as telefon rosak , in Israel as telefon shavur (טלפון שבור) and in Greece as spazmeno tilefono (σπασμένο τηλέφωνο) which all translate to "broken telephone".