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  1. Telephone numbers in Serbia - Wikipedia

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    Serbia and Montenegro received the code of +381 following the breakup of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1992 (which had +38 as country code). Montenegro switched to +382 after its independence in 2006, so +381 is now used only by Serbia. An example for calling telephones in Belgrade, Serbia is as follows: xxx xx xx (within Belgrade)

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  2. Telecommunications in Serbia - Wikipedia

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    Main article: Telephone numbers in Serbia. Fixed-line telephones: 81% of households (2016) Telephone - fixed lines in use: 2.55 million, 36% penetration rate (2016) Telephone - mobile cellular: 9.09 million, 128% penetration rate (2016) International - country code: 381. International - satellite earth station: 1 Intelsat (Atlantic Ocean)

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  4. Talk:Telephone numbers in Serbia - Wikipedia

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    Per wikipedia:Summary style, the main article where this should be debated is Telephone numbers in Kosovo, and only summarized here very briefly, rather than forked in its entirety. I don't think that having the entire history in this article is appropriate.

  5. Category:Telecommunications in Serbia - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Telecommunications in Serbia" The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  6. Telephone numbers in Yugoslavia - Wikipedia

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    The numbers were also changed in some countries. For example, the Skopje's call prefix (091) 12 3456 became (02) 12 3456, then (02) 312 3456. Serbia and Montenegro, however, shared the +381 code until 2006, when Montenegro was given the +382 code by its independence.

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  7. Telephone numbers in Kosovo - Wikipedia

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    Telephone calls between cities in Serbia and cities in Kosovo will be treated as local calls. Serbia will preserve its assets in Kosovo and it will also have a license for Serb operators within Kosovo. For these favors, Serbia will allow Kosovo to have its own country code. ” Fixed-line telephony

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  8. Serbia - Wikipedia

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    Serbia ose Sërbia (zyrtarisht njihet si Republika e Serbisë, srb. : Република Србија ose Republika Srbija , lexo: Republika Sërbija ), është shtet i cili shtrihet në Evropën Qendrore ose më afër në Jug-Lindje të Ballkanit .

  9. Telephone numbers in Slovenia - Wikipedia

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    Number length. 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.

  10. Serbia - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    89% of households in Serbia have fixed telephone lines. There are over 9.60 million cell-phones users. This is larger than the number of the total population of Serbia itself by 30%.

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