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  1. Telephone numbers in Serbia - Wikipedia

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    The country calling code of Serbia is +381. 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:

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    • Serbia
  2. Telephone numbers in Serbia - WikiMili, The Best Wikipedia Reader

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    The country calling code of Serbia is +381. 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.

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  4. List of mobile telephone prefixes by country - Wikipedia

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    After April 1, 2004, the phone numbers can be carried from network to network. That means any of the previous codes can refer to any mobile provider. There's internal roaming between Telenor and Telekom.

  5. Wikizero - Telephone numbers in Serbia

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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)

  6. 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%.

  7. Telephone numbers in Kosovo - Wikipedia

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    Following the breakup of the SFR Yugoslavia in 1992, which had +38 as country code, Kosovo used the code +381, which was granted to FR Yugoslavia and later used by Serbia. The code was used for fixed line telephone services, whereas for mobile phone networks, it used either the Monaco code +377 or the Slovenian code +386.

  8. List of emergency telephone numbers - Wikipedia

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    Text phone - 0800 81 12; Non-emergency police - 0900 88 44 or 0343 578 844; Non-emergency police (text phone) - 0900 18 44; Suicide prevention - 113; Animal emergency - 144; Child abuse - 0900 123 12 30; Anti-bullying hotline - 0800 90 50.

  9. Serbia - Wikipedia

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    Serbia, 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 .

  10. Albanian language - Wikipedia

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    The language is spoken by approximately 6 million people in the Balkans, primarily in Albania, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro and Greece. However, due to old communities in Italy and the large Albanian diaspora, the worldwide total of speakers is much higher than in Southern Europe and numbers approximately 7.5 million.

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