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Telephone numbers in Montenegro

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Montenegro telephone numbers
Location Montenegro Europe.png
Location of Montenegro (dark green)
Location
CountryMontenegro
ContinentEurope
RegulatorAgency of Telecommunications of Montenegro
TypeOpen
Typical format0XX XXX XXX
Access codes
Country calling code+382
International call prefix00
Trunk prefix0

This is a list of dialing codes by town in Montenegro.

History

Until Montenegro gained independence from Serbia and Montenegro, the nation was accessed through the international dialing code +381. The new dialing code +382 was introduced after independence and the two codes were used in parallel until February 2007, when +382 nominally became the only acceptable code. As of 1 October 2007, +381 is used only for Serbia and +382 is the only acceptable code for Montenegro.

Dialing codes

Fixed telephony

Area codes have two digits after the initial '0' trunk prefix, and local numbers have six digits. The trunk prefix is omitted when calling from abroad.

The following code prefixes are used for network groups.[1]

The old codes were used in parallel with the new codes until 1 October 2008:[citation needed]

New code Old code Municipalities
20 81 Podgorica, Danilovgrad, Kolašin
30 85 Bar, Ulcinj
31 88 Herceg Novi
32 82 Kotor, Tivat
33 86 Budva,
40 83 Nikšić, Plužine, Šavnik
41 86 Cetinje
50 84 Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac
51 87 Berane, Plav, Rožaje, Andrijevica
52 89 Pljevlja, Žabljak
77 Corporate telephony
78 VoIP operators (including m:tel, Telemach Crna Gora, etc.)
80 Toll-free
94 44 Pay-per-call
95 45 Pay-per-call

VoIP – Area code 78

Code block Allocated operator
100-000 to 119-999 m:tel
300-000 to 309-999 Telemach
500-000 to 504-999 VoIP Telekom
700-000 to 709-999 Dimal Telcom
800-000 to 819-999 Dynacom
900-000 to 909-999 PTT Engineering

Mobile telephony

Special codes

The following special telephone numbers are valid across the country:[1]

New

  • 112 – Emergency
  • 122 – Police
  • 123 – Fire brigade
  • 124 – Ambulance
  • 125 – Exact time
  • 126 – Telegram sales over phone
  • 127 – Telephone faults

Old

  • 92 – Police
  • 93 – Fire brigade
  • 94 – Ambulance
  • 95 – Exact time
  • 96 – Telegram sales over phone
  • 977 – Telephone faults
  • 9802T-Com Montenegro dial-up number
  • 9811 – Sports results
  • 9890 – Information on ISDN services
  • 0 800 800 00 – Customer service

References


This page was last edited on 15 March 2020, at 14:55
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