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ITU Operational Bulletin

No. 1108

15.IX.2016
Information received by 1.IX.2016 ISSN (Online)

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1113 1.XII.2016 16.XI.2016
1114 15.XII.2016 1.XII.2016
1115 1.I.2017 12.XII.2016
1116 15.I.2017 2.I.2017
1117 1.II.2017 16.I.2017
1118 15.II.2017 1.II.2017
1119 1.III.2017 15.II.2017
1120 15.III.2017 1.III.2017
1121 1.IV.2017 17.III.2017
1122 15.IV.2017 31.III.2017
1123 1.V.2017 14.IV.2017
1124 15.V.2017 1.V.2017
1125 1.VI.2017 16.V.2017
1126 15.VI.2017 1.VI.2017
1127 1.VII.2017 16.VI.2017
1128 15.VII.2017 30.VI.2017
1129 1.VIII.2017 17.VII.2017
1130 15.VIII.2017 1.VIII.2017
1131 1.IX.2017 16.VIII.2017
1132 15.IX.2017 1.IX.2017
1133 1.X.2017 15.IX.2017

General information

Lists annexed to the ITU Operational Bulletin

A. The following Lists have been published by TSB or BR as Annexes to the ITU Operational Bulletin:

OB No.
1096 Legal time 2016
1088 List of Issuer Identifier Numbers for the International Telecommunication Charge Card (according to ITU-T E.118 (2006-05)) (position on 2015-11-14 23:00:00 UTC)
1086 Mobile Network Codes (MNC) for the international identification plan for public networks and subscriptions (according to ITU-T E.212 (2016-09)) (position on 2015-10-14 22:00:00 UTC)
1073 Legal time 2015
1067 List of International Signalling Point Codes (ISPC) (according to ITU-T Q.708 (1999-03)) (position on 2014-12-31 23:00:00 UTC)
1066 List of Signalling Area/Network Codes (SANC) (according to ITU-T Q.708 (1999-03)) (position on 2014-12-14 23:00:00 UTC)
1060 List of ITU Carrier Codes (according to ITU-T M.1400 (2013-03)) (position on 2014-09-15 00:00:00 UTC)
1055 Status of Radiocommunications between Amateur Stations of different Countries (in accordance with optional provision No. 25.1 of the Radio Regulations) and Form of Call Signs assigned by each Administration to its Amateur and Experimental Stations (position on 2014-06-30 22:00:00 UTC)
1049 Legal time 2014
1027 Legal time 2013
1015 List of Access codes/numbers for mobile networks (according to ITU-T E.164 (2010-11)) (position on 2012-11-01 00:00:00 UTC)
1002 List of Country or Geographical Area Codes for non standard facilities in telematic services (according to ITU-T T.35 (2000-02)) (position on 2012-04-12 00:00:00 UTC)
1001 List of the national authorities designated to assign ITU-T Recommendation T.35 terminal provider codes (according to ITU-T T.35 (2000-02)) (position on 2012-04-15 00:00:00 UTC)
1000 Service Restrictions (Recapitulatory list of service restrictions in force relating to telecommunications operation) (position on 2012-03-15 00:00:00 UTC)
999 Legal time 2012
994 Dialling Procedures (International prefix, national (trunk) prefix and national (significant) number) (according to ITU-T E.164 (2010-11)) (position on 2011-12-15 00:00:00 UTC)
991 Call-Back and alternative calling procedures (position on 2011-11-01 00:00:00 UTC)
991 List of Recommendation ITU-T E.164 Assigned Country Codes (according to ITU-T E.164 (2010-11)) (position on 2011-11-01 00:00:00 UTC)
980 List of Telegram Destination Indicators (according to ITU-T F.32 (1995-10)) (position on 2011-05-15 00:00:00 UTC)
978 List of Telex Destination Codes (TDC) and Telex Network Identification Codes (TNIC) (position on 2011-04-15 00:00:00 UTC)
977 List of Data Network Identification Codes (DNIC) (according to ITU-T X.121 (2000/10)) (position on 2011-01-01 00:00:00 UTC)
976 List of Data Country or Geographical Area Codes (according to ITU-T X.121 (2000/10)) (position on 2011-03-15 00:00:00 UTC)
974 List of Names of Administration Management Domains (ADMD) (according to ITU-T F.400) (position on 2011-02-15 00:00:00 UTC)
972 List of terrestrial trunk radio mobile country codes (according to ITU-T E.218 (2004-5)) (position on 2011-01-14 23:00:00 UTC)
955 Various tones used in national networks (according to ITU-T E.180 (1998-3)) (position on 2010-05-01 00:00:00 UTC)
669 Five-letter Code Groups for the use of the International Public Telegram Service (according to ITU-T F.1 (1998-3))

B. The following Lists are available online from the ITU-T website:

Approval of ITU-T Recommendations

By AAP-87, it was announced that the following ITU-T Recommendations were approved, in accordance with the procedures outlined in Recommendation ITU-T A.8:

  • ITU-T Q.1912.5 D (08/2016): Interworking between session initiation protocol (SIP) and bearer independent call control protocol (BICC) or ISDN user part (ISUP): Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS&TP) for profile C
  • ITU-T Q.3228 (08/2016): Signalling requirements and protocol at the M1 interface between the transport location management physical entity and the mobile location management physical entity (P)
  • ITU-T Q.3229 (08/2016): Signalling requirements and protocol at the M2 interface between the transport location management physical entity and the handover decision and control physical entity
  • ITU-T Q.3231 (08/2016): Signalling requirements and protocol at the Ne interface between the transport location management physical entity and the network access configuration physical entity
  • ITU-T Q.3404 (08/2016): Signalling requirements for NGN real-time multimedia services supporting IPv6 transition
  • ITU-T Q.3629 v.1 (08/2016): Interworking between the IP multimedia core network subsystem and circuit switched networks – Protocol specification
  • ITU-T Q.3711 (08/2016): Signalling requirements for software-defined broadband access network
  • ITU-T Q.3712 (08/2016): Scenarios and signalling requirements of unified intelligent programmable interface for IPv6
  • ITU-T Q.3920 (08/2016): Terms and definitions for conformance and interoperability
  • ITU-T Q.4004.3 v.1 (08/2016): Communication diversion using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing – Part 3: User side; Test suite structure and test purposes
  • ITU-T Q.4007.1 v.1 (08/2016): Explicit communication transfer using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing – Part 1: Network side and user side; Protocol implementation conformance statement
  • ITU-T Q.4007.2 v.1 (08/2016): Explicit communication transfer using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing – Part 2: network side, Test suite structure and test purposes
  • ITU-T Q.4007.3 v.1 (08/2016): Explicit communication transfer using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing – Part 3: User side, Test suite structure and test purposes
  • ITU-T Q.4008.1 v.1 (08/2016): Malicious communication identification using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 1: Protocol implementation conformance statement
  • ITU-T Q.4008.2 v.1 (08/2016): Malicious communication identification using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 2: Test suite structure and test purposes; Network side
  • ITU-T Q.4008.3 v.1 (08/2016): Malicious communication identification using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 3: Test suite structure and test purposes; User side
  • ITU-T Q.4009.1 v.1 (08/2016): Completion of communications to busy subscriber and completion of communications by no reply using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 1: Protocol implementation conformance statement
  • ITU-T Q.4009.2 v.1 (08/2016): Completion of communications to busy subscriber and completion of communications by no reply using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 2: Test suite structure and test purposes
  • ITU-T Q.4010.1 v.1 (08/2016): Message waiting indication using IP multimedia core network subsystem – Part 1: Protocol implementation conformance statement
  • ITU-T Q.4010.2 v.1 (08/2016): Message waiting indication using IP multimedia core network subsystem – Part 2: Test suite structure and test purposes; Network side
  • ITU-T Q.4010.3 v.1 (08/2016): Message waiting indication using IP multimedia core network subsystem – Part 3: Test suite structure and test purposes; User side
  • ITU-T Q.4011.3 v.1 (08/2016): Closed user group using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 3: Test suite structure and test purposes; User side
  • ITU-T Q.4011.1 v.1 (08/2016): Closed user group using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 1: Protocol implementation conformance statement
  • ITU-T Q.4011.2 v.1 (08/2016): Closed user group using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 2: Test suite structure and test purposes; Network side
  • ITU-T Q.4012.1 v.1 (08/2016): Anonymous communication rejection and communication barring using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing specification – Part 1: Protocol implementation conformance statement
  • ITU-T Q.4012.2 v.1 (08/2016): Anonymous communication rejection and communication barring using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 2: Test suite structure and test purposes; Network side
  • ITU-T Q.4012.3 v.1 (08/2016): Anonymous communication rejection and communication barring using IP multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance test specification – Part 3: Test suite structure and test purposes; User side
  • ITU-T Q.4016 (08/2016): Testing specification of call establishment procedures based on SIP/SDP and ITU-T H.248 for a real-time fax over IP service
  • ITU-T X.609.2 (08/2016): Managed P2P communications: Overlay resource control protocol (ORCP)

Extra-territorial use of Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC)

(According to Recommendation ITU-T E.212 (05/2008) – Annex E)

Note from TSB*

Pursuant to Annex E to Recommendation ITU-T E.212, the Autorité de Régulation des Communications Electroniques et des Postes (ARCEP) of France, and the Direction des Communications Electroniques (D.C.E.) of the Principality of Monaco, have notified to TSB that MCC+MNC 208 10 and MCC+MNC 208 20 will be used extra-territorially.

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*     See current ITU Operational Bulletin No. 1108 of 15.IX.2016, pages 26-27.

Telephone Service

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.164

Comoros +269

Communication of 29.VIII.2016

The Autorité Nationale de Régulation des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (ANRTIC), Moroni, announces the national numbering plan of the Union of the Comoros.

Presentation of E.164 national numbering for country code +269

a)   Overview:

              Minimum number length (excluding the country code):      7    digits               Maximum number length (excluding the country code):     7    digits

b)   Detail of numbering plan:

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

NDC (National Destination Code) or leading digits of N(S)N (National (Significant) Number))

N(S)N number length

Usage of ITU-T E.164 number

Additional information

Maximum length

Minimum length

2

-

-

In reserve

Future development

3

7 digits

7 digits

Long non-geographical numbers

Mobile telephony services

Comores Telecom

4

7 digits

7 digits

Long non-geographical numbers

Mobile telephony services

TELCO

6

-

-

In reserve

Future development

74

7 digits

7 digits

Geographical numbers

CDMA network

Fixed telephony services

TELCO

75

7 digits

7 digits

Geographical numbers

Wired network

Fixed telephony services

TELCO

76

7 digits

7 digits

Geographical numbers

CDMA network

Fixed telephony services

Comores Telecom

77

7 digits

7 digits

Geographical numbers

Wired network

Fixed telephony services

Comores Telecom

8

7 digits

7 digits

Long numbers

Value-added services (VAS)

Various operators

9

-

-

In reserve

Future development

Denmark +45

Communication of 7.IX.2016

The Danish Energy Agency , Copenhagen, announces the following changes to the Danish telephone numbering plan:

  • Assignment – M2M communication services

Provider

Numbering series*

Date of assignment

SimService A/S

37100115ijkl, 37100116ijkl, 37100117ijkl, 37100118ijkl, 37100119ijkl, 37100120ijkl, 37100121ijkl, 37100122ijkl, 37100123ijkl and 37100124ijkl

9.VIII.2016

* This announcement cancels and replaces that published in ITU Operational Bulletin No. 1107 of 1.IX.2016, page 5, M2M communication services for SimService A/S.

Uganda +256

Communication of 24.VIII.2016

The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) , Kampala, announces the National Numbering Plan of Uganda.

 

ITU-T E.164 NATIONAL NUMBERING PLAN FOR COUNTRY CODE 256

a)       Overview

The minimum number length (excluding the country code) is 9 digits

The maximum number length (excluding the country code) is 9 digits

 

b)       Details of numbering scheme

NDC (National Destination Code) or leading digits of N(S)N (National (Significant) Number)

N(S)N Number Length

 

Usage of E.164 Number

Additional information

Maximum

Length

Minimum

Length

200

201

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Airtel Uganda Limited

Network fully operational

20240

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Altech Infocom Limited

Network fully operational

20300,

20301

20302

20303

20304

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Afrimax Uganda Limited

Network fully operational

204

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Africell Uganda Limited

Network fully operational

2050

2051

2052

2053

2054

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Roke Investment International Limited

Network fully operational

206000

206001

206002

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Datanet

Network fully operational

206300

206301

206302

206303

206304

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Simbanet Uganda Limited

Network fully operational

2065

2066

2067

2068

2069

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Suretelecom Uganda Limited

Network fully operational

207

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Airtel Uganda Limited

Network fully operational

208000

208001

208002

9

9

Fixed telephony services for One Solutions Uganda Limited

Network is fully operational

3

9

9

Fixed telephony services for MTN Uganda Limited

Network is fully operational

4

9

9

Fixed telephony services for Uganda Telecom Limited

Network is fully operational

700

701

702

703

704

705

706

9

9

Mobile telephony services for Airtel Uganda Limited

Network is fully operational

710

711

712

713

714

715

716

717

718

719

9

9

Mobile telephony services for Uganda Telecom Limited

Network is fully operational

720

9

9

Mobile telephony services for Smile Communications (U) Ltd

Network is fully operational

723

9

9

Mobile telephony services for Afrimax Uganda Limited

Network is fully operational

7260

9

9

Mobile telephony services for Tangerine Limited

Network is fully operational

730

9

9

Mobile telephony services for K2 Telecom Limited

Network is fully operational

740

741

742

743

744

9

9

Mobile telephony services for Sure Telecom (U) Limited

Network is fully operational

750

751

752

753

754

755

756

757

758

759

9

9

Mobile telephony services for Airtel Uganda Limited

Network is fully operational

770

771

772

773

774

775

776

777

778

779

9

9

Mobile telephony services for MTN Uganda Limited

Network is fully operational

780

781

782

783

784

785

786

787

788

789

9

9

Mobile telephony services for MTN Uganda Limited

Network is fully operational

790

791

792

793

794

9

9

Mobile telephony services for Africell Uganda Limited

Network is fully operational

Zimbabwe +263

Communication of 26.VIII.2016

The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) , Harare, announces the updated national numbering plan of Zimbabwe.

1. Definitions

Country Code (CC)

Country Code (CC) is a digit or a combination of digits (one, two or three) identifying a specific country or countries.

Dialling Plan

A string or combination of decimal digits, symbols, that defines the method by which the numbering plan is used. A dialling plan includes the use of prefixes, suffixes, and additional information, supplementary to the numbering plan, required to complete the call.

Geographic Area Code or Area Code (AC)

This refers to an area code that has a defined geographic boundary. Geographic area codes are for conventional fixed-line (or land line) services terminating at fixed points.

The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) is divided into several geographic areas. Each of the geographic area is allocated an area code.

International Access Prefix (IAP)

A digit or combination of digits used to indicate that the number following is an international directory number. In Zimbabwe the International Dialling Access Prefix is ‘00’.

National Access Prefix (NAP) or Trunk Prefix

A digit or combination of digits used by a calling subscriber to make a call to another subscriber in his own country, but outside his own numbering area or network. It provides access to the automatic outgoing trunk equipment.

In Zimbabwe, the digit zero (‘0’) is used as the National Access Prefix, indicating a call to another Geographic Area (fixed network) or a call from fixed to mobile network, mobile to mobile and any other network to VoIP network.

National Destination Code (NDC)

The NDC is a combination of digits identifying a different specific geographical area within a country or a different network or service group (Mobile or VoIP services).

Subscriber Number (SN)

The portion of the international E.164-number that identifies the subscriber in a network or numbering area is called the Subscriber Number (SN).

X – The notation used in this plan to represent any digit from 0 to 9

2. Structure of the international E.164-number

The international E.164-number for geographic areas is composed of a variable number of decimal digits arranged in specific code fields. The international E.164-number code fields are the Country Code (CC) and the National Significant Number (NSN). National Significant Number (NSN) is the combination of the NDC and the SN.

 

Country Code

(CC)

National Destination Code (NDC) or Area Code (AC)

Subscriber Number

(SN)

1-3 Digits(n)

 

National (Significant) Number N(S)N

Maximum (15-n) Digits

International E.164 Number for Geographic Areas

Maximum 15 Digits

 

3. Dialling Plan

Local Dialling (PSTN)

A subscriber in the same geographic area dials the Subscriber Number (SN) only.

 

Dialled digits for local PSTN call

SN (XXXXXXXX)

 

National Dialling

A subscriber dialling a number in a geographical area that is outside own geographic area dials National Access Prefix, Area Code plus the subscriber number. A call from fixed to mobile, mobile to mobile or from any network to VoIP network within Zimbabwe is considered national.

 

Dialled digits for National Call (PSTN)

NAP + AC + SN

Other Networks (MOBILE/VoIP)

NAP + NDC + SN

 

International Dialling

A subscriber dialling an international number dials the International Access Prefix, country Code, Area Code/Network Destination Code plus the subscriber number.

The plus sign (+) can be used to indicate an international access prefix. (e.g. +263 for Zimbabwe).

 

Dialled digits (PSTN)

IAP + CC + AC + SN

Other Networks (MOBILE/VoIP)

IAP + CC + NDC + SN

 

4. Special Codes and Access Prefixes

 

DIGITS

SERVICE

Comments/Remarks

‘0’

National Access Prefix (Trunk Prefix)

This indicates a call to another geographic area, Mobile Service Number or VoIP Services number.

00

International Access Prefix

The digits ‘00’ are used as International Access Prefix. This indicates an international call or a call outside Zimbabwe.

7X

Non-Geographical National Destination Codes (NDC) for Mobile Telephony Services

71 – NetOne Cellular

73 – Telecel Zimbabwe

77 – Econet Wireless Zimbabwe

78 – Econet Wireless Zimbabwe

112

Emergency Services

NetOne, PowerTel Communications

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe

Telecel Zimbabwe

114

MARS Emergency Call Centre

NetOne

116

Childline Help line

All Mobile Network Operators & Fixed Network

119

Emergency Services

Telecel Zimbabwe

263

Country Code

Zimbabwe Country Code

904

Automatic Ringback

Fixed Network

908

Test Desk

Fixed Network

950

Fault Report -Telephone

Fixed Network

952

Fault Report

Fixed Network

953

Fault Report - Data

Fixed Network

960

Time

Fixed Network

961

Childline

Fixed Network

962

Directory Enquiries

Fixed Network

965

International Directory Enquiries

Fixed Network

966

International Telephone booking

Fixed Network

967

Trunk Demand

Fixed Network

968

Trunk Enquiries

Fixed Network

969

Trunk Booking

Fixed Network

993

Fire

Emergency (Fixed Network)

994

Ambulance

Emergency (Fixed Network)

995

Police

Emergency (Fixed Network

999

General Emergency (Fire/ Ambulance/Police)

Emergency (Fixed Network)

86XX

Non-Geographical National Destination Codes (NDC) for VoIP Telephony Services

VoIP Operators

3XXXX

Premium Rate Short Code Services

Mobile Operators

080x

Toll Free Numbers

All Operators

 

5. International Signaling Point Codes Assignments in Zimbabwe

 

ISPC (Binary)

ISPC (Decimal)

Unique Name of the Signalling Point

Name of the Signalling Point Operator

6-095-0

13048

Harare STP-202

Telecel Zimbabwe

6-095-1

13049

Econet Pockets Hill STP

Econet

6-095-2

13050

Econet Willowvale STP

Econet

6-096-0

13056

Harare TS (F150)

TelOne (Pvt) Ltd

6-096-1

13057

Gweru ITSC (AXE10)

TelOne (Pvt) Ltd

6-096-2

13058

ZWNET1A

NetOne (Pvt) Ltd

6-096-3

13059

ZWNET1B

NetOne (Pvt) Ltd

6-096-4

13060

Harare ISC (C&C08)

TelOne (Pvt) Ltd

6-096-5

13061

Econet Pockets Hill GMSC

Econet Wireless

6-096-6

13062

Gweru ITSC (C&C08)

TelOne (Pvt) Ltd

6-096-7

13063

Liquid Telecom

Liquid Telecom Zimbabwe

6-097-0

13064

Econet Willowvale GMSC

Econet Wireless

6-097-1

13065

PowerTel STP1 PowerTel

PowerTel Communications (Pvt) Ltd

6-097-2

13066

Harare STP-148

Telecel Zimbabwe

6-097-3

13067

Harare GMSC-148

Telecel Zimbabwe

6-097-4

13068

Africom

Africom (Pvt) Ltd

6-097-5

13069

Aquiva Wireless

Aquiva Wireless (Pvt) Ltd

6-097-6

13070

Aptics Trading

Aptics Trading (Pvt) ltd

6-097-7

13071

Pecus VoIP

Pecus Enterprises

 

6. Public Mobile Telecommunication Network Services

National Subscriber Numbers for Public Mobile Telecommunication Network Services are non-geographic numbers and consists of the National Destination Code (NDC) and the Subscriber Number (SN).

The National Destination Code for Mobile Telecommunications Networks is alternatively is also known and the Mobile Network Code (MNC).

For Mobile to Mobile calls or mobile to PSTN /VoIP national calls the national prefix “0” needs to be dialled first, followed by the complete national destination number. For International Calls dial the international Access Prefix “00” followed by the country code and the National Number for the subscriber.

 

Mobile Network Operator (MNO)

National Destination Code (NDC)

National Subscriber Number (SN)

National Significant Number (N(S)N)

NetOne Cellular

71

2XXXXXX

9

3XXXXXX

9

4XXXXXX

9

5XXXXXX

9

6XXXXXX

9

7XXXXXX

9

8XXXXXX

9

Telecel Zimbabwe

73

2XXXXXX

9

3XXXXXX

9

4XXXXXX

9

5XXXXXX

9

6XXXXXX

9

7XXXXXX

9

8XXXXXX

9

9XXXXXX

9

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe

77

1XXXXXX

9

2XXXXXX

9

3XXXXXX

9

4XXXXXX

9

5XXXXXX

9

6XXXXXX

9

7XXXXXX

9

8XXXXXX

9

9XXXXXX

9

78

2XXXXXX

9

3XXXXXX

9

4XXXXXX

9

5XXXXXX

9

 

7. Voice over Internet Telephony (VoIP) Services

National Subscriber Numbers for VoIP services are non-geographic numbers and consists of the National Destination Code (NDC) and the Subscriber Number (SN). For VoIP national calls the national prefix “0” needs to be dialled first, followed by the national significant number (NSN).

For international Calls, dial the international Access Prefix “00” followed by the country code and the National Significant Number.

 

VoIP Services operator

National Destination Code (NDC)

National Subscriber Number (SN)

National Significant Number (NSN) Length

Africom (Pvt) Ltd

8644

000000 – 099999

10

229000 –258999

10

Aquiva Wireless (Pvt) Ltd

8630

000000 – 000499

10

Aptics Trading (Pvt) ltd

8686

000000 – 200000

10

Dandemutande

8612

000000 – 009999

10

Liquid Telecoms (Ecoweb)

8677

000000 – 614400

10

700000 –700500

10

Pecus Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd

8655

000000 – 025000

10

PowerTel

8611

200000 – 419999

10

Telecontract (Pvt) Ltd

8683

000000 – 009999

10

TelOne (Pvt) Ltd

8688

000000 – 009999

10

 

8. Toll Free Numbers

The following are toll free number allocations for Zimbabwe

 

Operator

Toll Free Code

Toll Free Numbers

TelOne (Pvt) Ltd

0800

0000 - 9999

NetOne (Pvt) Ltd

0801

0000 - 9999

PowerTel Communications

0802

0000 - 0999

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe

0808

0000 - 8999

 

9. Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTN)

The National Subscriber Number for PSTN services is a geographic number. The Geographic Area Code or Area Code (AC) also known as Trunk Code (TC) defines each geographic area.

•           For calls inside the same geographic numbering area (local calls), dial the Subscriber Number only.

•           For national calls to other geographical areas, dial national prefix “0” followed by the National Significant Number (AC+SN).

•           For international calls, dial the international Access Prefix “00” followed by the country code and the National Significant Number for the subscriber.

**         Some Geographical /Exchanges Areas will use dual Area Codes**

9.1. Harare

 

Geographical Area (Exchange)

Area Code (AC) or National Destination Code (NDC)

National Subscriber Number (SN) start number – last number

National Subscriber Number (SN) Length

Harare Main

4

2000000 – 2011099

7

2256000 – 2257999

7

2720000 – 2721999

7

Harare Main Unit 3

4

250000 – 255999

6

700000 – 709999

6

Harare Main Unit 4

4

760000 – 769999

6

790000 – 799999

6

2900000 – 2939999

7

Harare Main Unit 6

4

730000 – 739999

6

Airport

4

575000 – 575999

6

585000 – 585999

6

Athlone

4

448000 – 448999

6

492000 – 492999

6

Avondale

4

302000 – 304999

6

307000 – 308999

6

314000 – 319999

6

326000 – 329999

6

330000 – 330999

6

332000 – 336999

6

337000 – 337999

6

339000 – 339999

6

371000 – 379999

6

390000 – 399999

6

Belverdere RLU

4

740000 –741999

6

Bluffhill

4

305000 – 305999

6

310000 – 310999

6

331000 – 331999

6

Borrowdale

4

2854000 – 2855999

7

850000 – 886999

6

Braeside

4

742000 – 743999

6

782000 – 782999

6

Cranborne

4

500000 – 509999

6

570000 – 574999

6

578000 – 584999

6

586000 – 588999

6

Dzivarasekwa

4

216000 – 217999

6

Eastlea

4

746000 – 746999

6

776000 – 776999

6

788000 – 788999

6

Epworth

4

577000 – 577999

6

Glen Norah

4

613000 – 613999

6

680000 – 680999

6

Glen View

4

614000 – 615999

6

645000 – 649999

6

682000 – 688999

6

690000 – 697999

6

Gunhill

4

744000 – 745999

6

783000 – 783999

6

Highfields

4

611000 – 612999

6

616000 – 616999

6

689000 – 689999

6

Highlands

4

437000 – 439999

6

442000 – 445999

6

480000 – 484999

6

488000 – 498999

6

Hillside

4

747000 – 747999

6

778000 – 778999

6

Julius Nyerere Way

4

710000 – 719999

6

748000 – 759999

6

770000 – 775999

6

777000 – 777999

6

779000 – 781999

6

784000 – 789999

6

Kambanje

4

493000 – 493999

6

Kuwadzana

4

207000 – 219999

6

230000 – 239999

6

Mabvuku

4

459000 – 460999

6

491000 – 491999

6

Malborough

4

300000 – 300999

6

309000 – 309999

6

313000 – 313999

6

Masasa

4

446000 – 447999

6

485000 – 487999

6

Mayrick Park

4

306000 – 306999

6

310500 – 312499

6

Mufakose

4

681000 – 681999

6

698000 – 699999

6

Northwood

4

301000 – 301999

6

338000 – 338999

6

369000 – 369999

6

Southerton

4

620000 – 621999

6

660000 – 669999

6

Sunningdale

4

576000 – 576999

6

589000 – 589999

6

Warren Park

4

220000 – 229999

6

Waterfalls

4

610000 –  610999

6

Winchendon

4

860000 – 862999

6

9.2. Bulawayo

Geographical Area (Exchange)

Area Code (AC) or National Destination Code (NDC)

National Subscriber Number (SN) start number – last number

National Subscriber Number (SN) Length

Bellevue

9

460000 – 479999

6

Bellevue IMS

29

2460000 – 2469999

7

Bulawayo Main

9

229000 – 239999

6

250000 – 259999

6

280000 – 289999

6

320000 – 320999

6

330000 – 330999

6

360000 – 360999

6

370000 – 370999

6

60000 – 79999

5

880000 – 889999

6

Bulawayo Main IMS

29

2320000 – 2321999

7

Hillside

9

240000 – 249999

6

Killarney

9

290000 – 299999

6

Luveve

9

520000 – 529999

6

560000 – 569999

6

Luveve IMS

29

2520000 – 2529999

7

Mabutewni

9

400000 – 439999

6

Nkulumane

9

480000 – 497999

6

Northend

9

200000 – 219999

6

Queensdale

9

226000 – 226999

6

228000 – 228999

6

9.3. Mashonaland

Geographical Area (Exchange)

Area Code (AC) or National Destination Code (NDC)

National Subscriber Number (SN) start number – last number

National Subscriber Number (SN) Length

Arcturus

274

2000 – 2999

4

Banket

66

2000 – 3999

4

Beatrice

65

200 – 899

3

Bindura

271

6000 – 7999

4

Centenary

57

2000 – 2999

4

Chakari

688

200 – 899

3

Chegutu

53

2200 – 3999

4

Chinhoyi

67

21000 – 29999

5

Chirundu

637

200 – 899

3

Chitungwiza

270

21000 – 31999

5

Chitungwiza IMS

4

2722000 – 2723999

7

Concession

375

2000 – 2999

4

Darwendale

69

200 – 899

3

Glendale

376

2000 – 2899

4

Guruve

58

2000 – 2999

4

Kadoma

68

22000 – 28999

5

31000 – 32999

5

Kariba IMS

261

2145000 – 2146799

7

Karoi IMS

264

2142000 – 2143699

7

Makuti

63

200 – 899

3

Mazowe IMS

275

2195000 – 2195499

7

Mhangura

60

5000 – 5999

4

Mt. Darwin

275

2200 – 4199

4

Murewa

278

22000 – 24999

5

Murombedzi

675

2000 – 2999

4

Mutoko

272

2000 – 2999

4

Mutorashanga

668

200 – 899

3

Mvurwi

277

2000 – 2999

4

Norton

62

2000 – 3999

4

Norton IMS

4

2010600 – 2011099

7

Raffingora

667

200 – 899

3

Ruwa IMS

273

2132000 – 2133699

7

Sanyati

687

2000 – 2999

4

Selous

628

44000 – 44999

5

Selous IMS

4

2008500 – 2010599

7

Shamva

371

200 – 899

3

Trelawney

698

200 – 899

3

 

9.4. Midlands

Geographical Area (Exchange)

Area Code (AC) or National Destination Code (NDC)

National Subscriber Number (SN) start number – last number

National Subscriber Number (SN) Length

Chivhu

56

2000 – 3999

4

Gokwe

59

2000 – 3999

4

Gweru

54

220000 – 232999

6

250000 – 253999

6

255000 – 258999

6

260000 – 262999

6

Gweru IMS

254

2232000 – 2233999

7

Kwekwe Battlefields

55

70000 –70999

5

Kwekwe Main

55

20000 – 26999

5

Kwekwe Mbizo 1 RLU

55

40000 – 45999

5

Kwekwe Mbizo 2 RLU

55

46000 – 47999

5

Kwekwe Redcliff RLU

55

62000 – 63999

5

Kwekwe Redcliff RLU

55

67000 – 69999

5

Lalapanzi

5483

200 – 899

3

Munyati

557

200 – 899

3

Mvuma

32

200 – 899

3

Nkayi

558

200 – 899

3

Shurugwi

52

6000 – 6999

4

 

9.5. Manicaland

Geographical Area (Exchange)

Area Code (AC) or National Destination Code (NDC)

National Subscriber Number (SN) start number – last number

National Subscriber Number (SN) Length

Birchenough Bridge

248

2000 – 2999

4

Chikanga IMS

220

2010000 –2011599

7

Chimanimani

26

2000 – 3999

4

Chipangayi

24

200 – 899

3

Chipinge IMS

227

2042000 – 2043499

7

2044400 – 2044599

7

2045600 – 2045799

7

Dangamvura IMS

220

2030000 –2031699

7

Dangamvura RLU

20

30000 –31999

5

Hauna

228

2000 – 2999

4

Headlands

2582

2000 – 2599

4

Juliasdale

229

2000 – 2999

4

Macheke

379

200 – 899

3

Marondera

279

20000 – 28999

5

Marondera IMS

4

2728000 – 2729999

7

Murambinda

21

2000 – 2999

4

Murambinda IMS

221

2058000 – 2058499

7

Mutare

20

60000 – 69999

5

Mutare IMS

220

2010000 – 2011599

7

2020000 – 2022999

7

2026000 – 2027999

7

Nyanga IMS

329

2098000 – 2098799

7

Nyazura

2583

200 – 899

3

Odzi

204

2000 – 2999

4

Penhalonga

205

22000 – 22999

5

Rusape IMS

225

2050000 – 2052999

7

Wedza

222

2000 – 2999

4

 

9.6. Masvingo

Geographical Area (Exchange)

Area Code (AC) or National Destination Code (NDC)

National Subscriber Number (SN) start number – last number

National Subscriber Number (SN) Length

Chatsworth

308

200 – 899

3

Checheche

317

200 – 899

3

Chiredzi

31

2200 – 4199

4

5000 – 5999

4

Chiredzi

231

2312200 – 2314199

7

2315000 – 2315199

7

Gutu

30

2000 – 3999

4

Jerera

34

2000 – 2999

4

Mashava

35

2000 – 2999

4

Masvingo (Main)

39

260700 – 269699

6

Masvingo (Mucheke RLU)

39

252000 – 255999

6

Masvingo EPL

39

7000 –7999

4

Mataga

517

200 – 899

3

Mberengwa

518

200 – 899

3

Ngundu

36

200 – 899

3

Nyaningwe

337

200 – 899

3

Nyika

338

200 – 899

3

Rutenga

14

200 – 899

3

Triangle

33

5000 – 6999

4

Zvishavane

51

2000 – 4999

4

Zvishavane IMS

251

2355000 – 2355499

7

 

9.7. Matabeleland

Geographical Area (Exchange)

Area Code (AC) or National Destination Code (NDC)

National Subscriber Number (SN) start number – last number

National Subscriber Number (SN) Length

Beitbridge

286

22000 – 23999

5

Binga

15

200 – 899

3

Dete

18

200 – 899

3

Esigodini

288

200 – 899

3

Figtree

283

200 – 899

3

Filabusi

17

200 – 899

3

Gwanda

284

20000 – 24999

5

Gwanda

284

29000 – 29999

5

Gwanda IMS

284

2890000 – 2894999

7

Hwange

281

20000 – 20999

5

22000 – 24999

5

28000 – 30999

5

32000 – 34999

5

Jotsholo

289

200 – 899

3

Kezi

282

200 – 899

3

Lupane

398

200 – 899

3

Matopos

383

200 – 899

3

Nyamandhlovu

387

200 – 899

3

Plumtree IMS

219

2805000 – 2806699

7

Shanagani

50

200 – 899

3

Tsholotsho

287

200 – 899

3

Turkmine

285

200 – 899

3

Victoria Falls

13

40000 – 46999

5

48000 – 49999

5

Victoria Falls IMS

213

2840000 – 2847999

7

West Nicholson

16

200 – 899

3

Service Restrictions

Country/geographical area OB
Seychelles 1006 (page 13)
Slovakia 1007 (page 12)
Thailand 1034 (page 5)
São Tomé and Principe 1039 (page 14)
Uruguay 1039 (page 14)
Hong Kong, China 1068 (page 4)

Call-back and alternative calling procedures (Res. 21 Rev. PP-2006)

Amendments

Abbreviations used in this section

ADD
Insert
PAR
Paragraph
COL
Column
REP
Replace
LIR
Read
SUP
Delete
P
Page(s)

Amd. no. 19 to Mobile Network Codes (MNC) for the international identification plan for public networks and subscriptions

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.212 (2016-09)

Position amended originally published as annex to ITU Operational Bulletin No. 1086 — 15.X.2015

Country/Geographical area

MCC+MNC *

Operator/Network

Australia ADD

 

 

505 38

Truphone Pty Ltd

Bahamas ADD

 

 

364 49

NEWCO2015

South Africa ADD

 

 

655 73

Wireless Business Solutions (Pty) Ltd

655 74

Wireless Business Solutions (Pty) Ltd

Extra-territorial use*** of MCC/MNC, Annex E to Recommendation ITU-T E.212

Country or Geographical Area

MCC+MNC*

MSIN** range to be used

Operators Name

France (Country A)

208 10

0000000000 - 2654099999; 2654200000 - 2654299999; 2654400000 - 2754099999; 2754200000 - 2754299999; 2754400000 - 9999999999

Société Française du Radiotéléphone

Monaco (Country B  – Where the MCC+MNC is to be used extra-territorially)

208 10

2654100000 - 2654199999; 2654300000 - 2654399999; 2754100000 - 2754199999; 2754300000 - 2754399999

Société Française du Radiotéléphone

France (Country A)

208 20

0000000000 - 0055499999; 0055600000 - 2007199999; 2007300000 - 9999999999

Bouygues Telecom

Monaco (Country B  – Where the MCC+MNC is to be used extra-territorially)

208 20

0055500000 - 0055599999; 2007200000 - 2007299999

Bouygues Telecom

*        MCC:     Mobile Country Code / Indicatif de pays du mobile / Indicativo de país para el servicio móvil

          MNC:    Mobile Network Code / Code de réseau mobile / Indicativo de red para el servicio móvil

**      MSIN:    Mobile Subscription Identification Number / numéro d'identification d'abonnement mobile / número de identificación de suscripción al servicio móvil

***    As defined in Annex E to Recommendation ITU-T E.212, extra-territorial use of an MCC+MNC is the term used to describe the situation where an MCC+MNC that has been assigned to an operator in one country, Country A, is used in another country, Country B, through a base station established in Country B.

Amd. no. 28 to List of ITU Carrier Codes

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation M.1400 (2013-03)

Position amended originally published as annex to ITU Operational Bulletin No. 1060 — 15.IX.2014

Country or area/ISO code

Company Code

Contact

  Company Name/Address

(carrier code)

 

 

Germany (Federal Republic of) / DEU                ADD

EnoCom GmbH

Lauterbergstr. 1-5

76137 KARLSRUHE

ENOCOM

Mr Frank Notheis

Tel:           +49 721 3522231

Fax:          +49 721 352 25 2231

E-mail:     frank.notheis@enocom.de

 

Mediaport GmbH

Medienallee 24

85774 UNTERFOEHRING

CSURF

Mr Marcel Gondolf

Tel:           +49 8995083327

Fax:          +49 8995083109

E-mail:    m.gondolf@cablesurf.de

 

NGN Telecom GmbH

Kistlerhofstraβe 111

81379 MUNICH

NGN

Mr Gregor Türpe

Tel:           +49 89 1250342 42

Fax:          +49 89 1250342 99

E-mail:    g.tuerpe@ngn-tele.com

 

Stadtwerke Engen GmbH

Eugen-Schaedler-Strasse 3

78234 ENGEN

SWENG

Tel:           +49 7733 94800

Fax:          +49 7733 948020

E-mail:    info@stadtwerke-engen.de

 

Stadtwerke Kaltenkirchen GmbH

Kamper Weg 38

24568 KALTENKIRCHEN

KKCO

Tel:           +49 4191 936 0

Fax:          +49 4191 936 270

E-mail:    info@kakiconnect.de

 

willy.tel GmbH

Hinschenfelder Stieg 6

22041 HAMBURG

WTHAM

Mr Jan Storl

Tel:           +49 40 696963 303

Fax:          +49 40 696963 309

E-mail:    jan.storl@willytel.de

 

zollernalb-data GmbH

Wasserwiesen 37

72336 BALINGEN

ZDGMBH

Tel:           +49 7433 9989 520

Fax:          +49 7433 9989 529

E-mail:    ep@zollernalbdata.de

Germany (Federal Republic of) / DEU                LIR

Plusnet GmbH & Co. KG

Matthias-Brueggen-Strasse 55

D-50829 COLOGNE

PNET

Tel:           +49 221 669 8000

Fax:          +49 221 669 8009

E-mail:    info@plusnet.de

 

XConnect GmbH (ex Flexagon GmbH)

Marsstrasse 21

80335 MÜNCHEN

FLEX01

Mr Elmar Koerner

Tel:           +49 2421 9857 20

Fax:          +49 2421 9857 57

E-mail:    e.koerner@xconnect.de

Amd. no. 39 to List of International Signalling Point Codes (ISPC)

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation Q.708 (1999-03)

Position amended originally published as annex to ITU Operational Bulletin No. 1067 — 1.I.2015

Country/ Geographical Area

Unique name of the signalling point

Name of the signalling point operator

ISPC

DEC

Germany    LIR

2-038-0

4400

Frankfurt

MTX Connect Limited

Zimbabwe    SUP

6-097-1

13065

Bluesat Access (Pvt) Ltd

Bluesat Access (Pvt) Ltd

Zimbabwe    ADD

6-097-1

13065

PowerTel STP1

PowerTel Communications (Pvt) Ltd

____________

ISPC:      International Signalling Point Codes.

              Codes de points sémaphores internationaux (CPSI).

              Códigos de puntos de señalización internacional (CPSI).

Amd. to National Numbering Plan

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.129 (2013-01)

Administrations are requested to notify ITU about their national numbering plan changes, or to give an explanation on their webpage concerning the national numbering plan as well as their contact points, so that the information, which will be made available freely to all administrations/ROAs and service providers, can be posted on the ITU-T website.

For their numbering website, or when sending their information to ITU/TSB (e-mail: tsbtson@itu.int ), administrations are kindly requested to use the format as explained in Recommendation ITU-T E.129. They are reminded that they will be responsible for the timely update of this information.

From 15.VIII.2016 the following countries have updated their national numbering plan on our site:

 

Country

Country Code (CC)

Burkina Faso

+226

Germany

+49

Kenya

+254

Kiribati

+686

Monaco

+377

Russian Federation

+7

Tanzania

+255