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  1. Telephone numbers in Asia have the most possible prefixes of any continent on Earth: 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9. Below is a list of country calling codes for various states and ...

    Country Name
    Region
    Country Code
    International Call Prefix
    9
    +93
    00
    3
    +374
    00
    9
    +994
    00
    9
    +973
    00
  2. In late 2008, 18x and 14x (for data plans or IoT) were introduced. In late 2013, 17x were introduced. In 2017, 16x and 19x were introduced. In December 2016, each cell phone number is required to be consigned to a real name in mainland China. Mobile service providers can be identified by the first three or four digits as follows:

    • 00 CountryCode AreaCode SubscriberCode
    • China
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  4. Apr 16, 2019 · Telephone numbers in Asia have the most possible prefixes of any continent on Earth: 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9. Below is a list of country calling codes for various states and ...

    • Landline Area Codes
    • Mobile Phone Codes and IP Telephony
    • Mobile Number Portability

    Landline area codes are, excluding the STD prefix 0, one digit in Peninsular Malaysia (area codes 3 to 7 and 9) and two digits in East Malaysia (area codes 8x). In Peninsular Malaysia, an area code is usually shared by multiple states and territories and roughly follows state borders. The two East Malaysian states, Sabah and Sarawak, are split into multiple area codes. Landline subscriber numbers are seven digits in Peninsular Malaysia (except Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, i.e. area code 3) and six digits in East Malaysia. Until 1995, subscriber numbers in Peninsular Malaysia were six digits in areas other than area code 3. Prior to 2001, subscriber numbers were seven digits in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya. From 1999 to 2001, subscriber numbers in these areas were gradually expanded to eight digits in phases to meet new demands that resulted from the growing population in the Klang Valley. Thus, a full national number is 10 digits in area code 3 and 9 digits elsewher...

    Mobile phone codes and IP telephony codes are in the area code 1, ranging 2 digits excluding the leading zero. Subscriber number length is seven- or eight-digit, depending on the mobile phone code. Numbers in the 011 and 015 codes are eight digits long, while all other numbers are seven digits long. Therefore, a full national number (including the leading zero) is 11 digits long for 011 and 015 numbers, and 10 digits long for all other numbers. Calling to and from mobile phones always require full national dialling, even with mobile phones in the same mobile phone code. When calling from outside Malaysia, the leading zero is dropped. For example, a number 016-xxx xxxx is dialled as +60-16-xxx xxxx from outside Malaysia. Originally, each mobile phone operator was issued one mobile phone code. Through a series of mergers, there were three major mobile phone operators: Celcom, Maxis and Digias of 2005. As existing numbers began to run out, the three mobile phone operators were assigned...

    Mobile number portability was introduced on 1 October 2008 for mobile phone numbers in a bid to increase market competition. Thus, subscribers are allowed to retain their mobile numbers when they switch to another service provider. Therefore, the mobile number prefix only indicates the original service provider. Number portability has not been offered for landlines, as Telekom Malaysia (TM) holds a monopoly on landlines except in Putrajaya and some areas in the Klang Valley.

  5. A telephone number is a sequence of digits assigned to a fixed-line telephone subscriber station connected to a telephone line or to a wireless electronic telephony device, such as a radio telephone or a mobile telephone, or to other devices for data transmission via the public switched telephone network (PSTN) or other public and private networks.

    • Land Lines
    • Area Codes
    • Mobile Telephone Numbers
    • Emergency Contact Numbers
    • 1900 Number Allocation
    • Previous Area Codes Not Currently in Use

    Land line phone numbers in Vietnam follow the format Area Code + Phone Number. The area codes depend on the province and/or city. To dial a number within the same province or city, only the phone number needs to be dialed. When dialing from a different province/city, follow the format 0 + Area Code + Phone Number. At the moment, area codes may have from 2 to 3 digits, while phone numbers may have from 7 to 8 digits, in total, the land line phone numbers in Vietnamhave 11 numbers included trunk code (0). The different area codes are described below.

    Area code 69

    69 is the special area code dedicated for the Ministry of Defence (Vietnam) and the Ministry of Public Security (Vietnam).

    In Vietnam, mobile phone numbers follow the format 09x-xxxxxxx or new prefixes: 03x, 05x, 07x, 08x. 1. The first 0 is the trunk code. 2. The next 2 digits (3x, 5x, 7x, 8x or 9y) specify the mobile phone operator. Some mobile phone operators have been given more than one operator code. In Circular No. 22/2014/TT-BTTTT dated December 22, 2014, all 11-digit mobile phone numbers will be changed into 10-digit numbers, the Ministry of Information and Communications announced in a recent press release. All 11-digit numbers with prefixes ‘012' of VinaPhone and MobiFone, ‘016' of Viettel, ‘018' of Vietnamobile and ‘019' of GMobile will be converted into 10-digit ones. To minimize possible loss of communications before, during and after network code change, each stage must consist of four steps as follows: 1. Make public announcement at least 60 days before the network code change starts. 2. Take technical measures to enable simultaneous dialing for 60 days since the network code change start...

    Used in major centers in Vietnam 1. 111- Child Protection (Note: This number is rarely used because few people know it) 2. 112- Search & Rescue 3. 113– Police 4. 114– Fire 5. 115– Ambulance/First Aid

    1900 01XX, 1900 02XX, 1900 03XX - GTEL 1900 06XXXX - GTEL 1900 12XX, 1900 15XX, 1900 17XX, 1900 18XX - VNPT 1900 20XX, 1900 21XX, 1900 22XX - CMC Telecom 1900 54XXXX, 1900 55XXXX, 1900 56XXXX, 1900 57XXXX, 1900 58XXXX, 1900 59XXXX - VNPT 1900 63XXXX - FPT Telecom 1900 66XX, 1900 68XX - FPT Telecom 1900 70XX, 1900 71XX, 1900 72XX - SPT 1900 75XXXX, 1900 77XXXX - SPT 1900 80XX, 1900 86XX, 1900 89XX - Viettel 1900 90XX, 1900 92XX, 1900 94XX - Viettel 1900 96XXXX - Viettel

    120– Mobifone
    121– Mobifone
    122– Mobifone
    123– Vinaphone
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