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ITU Operational Bulletin

No. 1208

15.XI.2020
Information received by 30.X.2020 ISSN 1564-5223 (Online)
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Dates of publication of the next Operational Bulletins

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1210 15.XII.2020 1.XII.2020
1211 1.I.2021 11.XII.2020
1212 15.I.2021 24.XII.2020
1213 1.II.2021 18.I.2021
1214 15.II.2021 29.I.2021
1215 1.III.2021 12.II.2021
1216 15.III.2021 1.III.2021
1217 1.IV.2021 16.III.2021

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.
1199 List of International Signalling Point Codes (ISPC) (according to ITU-T Q.708 (1999-03)) (position on 2020-06-30 22:00:00 UTC)
1162 Mobile Network Codes (MNC) for the international identification plan for public networks and subscriptions (according to ITU-T E.212 (2016-09)) (position on 2018-12-15 00:00:00 UTC)
1161 List of Issuer Identifier Numbers for the International Telecommunication Charge Card (according to ITU-T E.118 (2006-05)) (position on 2018-12-01)
1154 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 2018-08-15)
1125 List of terrestrial trunk radio mobile country codes (according to ITU-T E.218 (2004-5)) (position on 2017-06-01 00:00:00 UTC)
1125 List of Signalling Area/Network Codes (SANC) (according to ITU-T Q.708 (1999-03)) (position on 2017-06-01 00:00:00 UTC)
1117 List of mobile country or geographical area codes (according to ITU-T E.212 (2016-09)) (position on 2017-02-01 00:00:00 UTC)
1114 List of Recommendation ITU-T E.164 Assigned Country Codes (according to ITU-T E.164 (2010-11)) (position on 2016-12-15)
1096 Legal time 2016
1073 Legal time 2015
1060 List of ITU Carrier Codes (according to ITU-T M.1400 (2013-03)) (position on 2014-09-15 00:00:00 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)
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)
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-92, 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 G.650.1 (09/2020): Definitions and test methods for linear, deterministic attributes of single-mode fibre and cable
  • ITU-T G.672 (09/2020): Characteristics of multi-degree reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexers
  • ITU-T G.694.1 (09/2020): Spectral grids for WDM applications: DWDM frequency grid
  • ITU-T G.874 (09/2020): Management aspects of optical transport network elements
  • ITU-T G.971 (09/2020): General features of optical fibre submarine cable systems
  • ITU-T G.972 (09/2020): Definition of terms relevant to optical fibre submarine cable systems
  • ITU-T G.977.1 (09/2020): Transverse compatible dense wavelength division multiplexing applications for repeatered optical fibre submarine cable systems
  • ITU-T G.984.5 (2014) Amd 2 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.987.2 (2016) Amd 2 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.989.2 (2019) Amd 1 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.997.2 (2019) Amd 2 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.7710/Y.1701 (09/2020): Common equipment management function requirements
  • ITU-T G.7718/Y.1709 (09/2020): Framework for ASON management
  • ITU-T G.8011/Y.1307 (09/2020): Ethernet service characteristics
  • ITU-T G.8110.1/Y.1370.1 (2011) Amd 1 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.8112/Y.1371 (09/2020): Interfaces for the MPLS Transport Profile layer network
  • ITU-T G.8151/Y.1374 (09/2020): Management aspects of the MPLS-TP network element
  • ITU-T G.8261/Y.1361 (2019) Amd 2 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.8271.1/Y.1366.1 (2020) Amd 1 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.8273/Y.1368 (2018) Cor 1 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.8273.2/Y.1368.2 (09/2020): Timing characteristics of telecom boundary clocks and telecom time slave clocks
  • ITU-T G.8273.3/Y.1368.3 (09/2020): Timing characteristics of telecom transparent clocks
  • ITU-T G.8275/Y.1369 (09/2020): Architecture and requirements for packet-based time and phase distribution
  • ITU-T G.9701 (2019) Amd 3 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.9806 (2020) Amd 1 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.9807.1 (2016) Amd 2 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.9960 (2018) Cor 2 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T G.9991 (2019) Cor 1 (09/2020)
  • ITU-T L.111 (09/2020): Optical fibre cables for in-home applications
  • ITU-T L.151 (09/2020): Installation of optical ground wire cable
  • ITU-T L.330 (09/2020): Telecommunication infrastructure facility management
  • ITU-T M.3373 (09/2020): Requirements for synergy management of cloud and SDN-based networks
  • ITU-T X.1052 (09/2020): Information security management framework
  • ITU-T X.1218 (09/2020): Requirements and guidelines for dynamic malware analysis in a sandbox environment
  • ITU-T X.1374 (09/2020): Security requirements for external interfaces and devices with vehicle access capability
  • ITU-T X.1375 (09/2020): Guidelines for an intrusion detection system for in-vehicle networks
  • ITU-T X.1400 (09/2020): Terms and definitions for distributed ledger technology
  • ITU-T X.1404 (09/2020): Security assurance for distributed ledger technology
  • ITU-T X.1452 (09/2020): Guidelines for security services provided by operators
  • ITU-T X.1710 (09/2020): Security framework for quantum key distribution networks
  • ITU-T X.1714 (09/2020): Key combination and confidential key supply for quantum key distribution networks
  • ITU-T Y.3804 (09/2020): Quantum key distribution networks - Control and management
  • ITU-T Z.161 (09/2020): Testing and Test Control Notation version 3: TTCN-3 core language
  • ITU-T Z.161.3 (09/2020): Testing and Test Control Notation version 3: TTCN-3 language extensions: Advanced parameterization
  • ITU-T Z.161.4 (09/2020): Testing and Test Control Notation version 3: TTCN-3 language extensions: Behaviour types
  • ITU-T Z.161.6 (09/2020): Testing and Test Control Notation version 3: TTCN-3 language extensions: Advanced matching
  • ITU-T Z.161.7 (09/2020): Testing and Test Control Notation version 3: TTCN-3 language extensions: Object-oriented features
  • ITU-T Z.165.1 (09/2020): Testing and Test Control Notation version 3: TTCN-3 extension package: Extended TRI
  • ITU-T Z.166 (09/2020): Testing and Test Control Notation version 3: TTCN-3 control interface (TCI)
  • ITU-T Z.167 (09/2020): Testing and Test Control Notation version 3: TTCN-3 mapping from ASN.1
  • ITU-T Z.169 (09/2020): Testing and Test Control Notation version 3: TTCN-3 mapping from XML data definition

Telephone Service

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.164

Botswana +267

Communication of 27.X.2020

The Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA) , Gaborone, announces the updated national numbering pan of Botswana. The main changes are highlighted in red text.

1. National Numbering Plan (NNP)  

First digit

Second digit

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

Int’l (a)

Short international dialling in region

1

Short codes

2

NG (b)

Geographic numbering (Francistown region)

3

NG

Geographic numbering  (Gaborone)

4

NG

Geographic numbering (Palapye region)

5

NG

Geographic numbering (south-east region)

6

NG

Geographic numbering (north and west regions)

7

Personal and mobile numbering

8

Non-geographic numbering (freephone, etc.)

9

PRS (c)

Reserved

Em (d)

(a)     Int’l: international access code

(b)     NG: non-geographic numbering

(c)      PRS: premium rate services (non-geographic)

(d)     Em: emergency code(s) (999, 998, 997)

2. Geographic number ranges

 

Area

Number range

Test number

Number length

Ramotswa Area

538 XXXX

539 XXXX

539 0100

Seven

Seven

Mahalapye Area

471 XXXX

472 XXXX

476 XXXX

477 XXXX

471 0100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Gantsi Area

659 XXXX

659 6100

Seven

Palapye Area

490 XXXX

491 XXXX

492 XXXX

493 XXXX

494 XXXX

495 XXXX

492 0100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Selebi-Phikwe Area

260 XXXX

261 XXXX

262 XXXX

264 XXXX

261 0100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Francistown Area

240 XXXX

241 XXXX

242 XXXX

243 XXXX

244 XXXX

248 XXXX

241 0100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Letlhakane/Orapa Area

290 XXXX

295 XXXX

297 XXXX

298 XXXX

297 0100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Kgalagadi Area

651 XXXX

654 XXXX

654 0100

Seven

Seven

Serowe Area

460 XXXX

463 XXXX

463 0100

Seven

Seven

Molepolole Area

590 XXXX

591 XXXX

592 XXXX

593 XXXX

594 XXXX

599 XXXX

592 0100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Maun Area

680 XXXX

686 XXXX

687 XXXX

686 0100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Outer Gaborone Area

310 XXXX

310 2771

Seven

Barolong/Ngwaketse Area

540 XXXX

544 XXXX

548 XXXX

549 XXXX

544 0100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Mochudi Area

571 XXXX

572 XXXX

573 XXXX

574 XXXX

577 XXXX

577 7100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Gaborone Area

392 XXXX

394 XXXX

395 XXXX

395 8100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Gaborone Area

390 XXXX

391 XXXX

397 XXXX

355 XXXX

355 1100

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Gaborone Area

312 XXXX

313 XXXX

315 XXXX

316 XXXX

317 XXXX

318 XXXX

319 XXXX

315 9095

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Lobatse Area

530 XXXX

533 XXXX

533 0100

Seven

Seven

Jwaneng Area

588 XXXX

588 0100

Seven

Gaborone Area

36X XXXX

370 XXXX

371 XXXX

393 XXXX

363 6400

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

Kasane Area

621 XXXX

622 XXXX

623 XXXX

625 XXXX

625 0250

Seven

Seven

Seven

Seven

 All fixed lines in Botswana are seven (7) digits long.

3. Mobile, VoIP and M2M number ranges assigned

Operator

Mobile Number Range

Mascom Wireless

71 000 000 – 71 999 999

74 000 000 – 74 299 999

74 500 000 – 74 799 999

75 400 000 – 75 699 999

75 900 000 – 75 999 999

76 000 000 – 76 299 999

76 600 000 – 76 799 999

77 000 000 – 77 199 999

77 600 000 – 77 799 999

77 800 000 – 77 899 999

Orange Botswana

72 000 000 – 72 999 999

74 300 000 – 74 499 999

74 800 000 – 74 899 999

75 000 000 – 75 399 999

75 700 000 – 75 799 999

76 300 000 – 76 599 999

76 900 000 – 76 999 999

77 300 000 – 77 399 999

77 400 000 – 77 599 999

77 900 000 – 77 999 999

78 000 000 – 78 099 999

78 100 000 – 78 199 999

Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTCL)

73 000 000 – 73 999 999

74 900 000 - 74 999 999

75 800 000 – 75 899 999

76 800 000 – 76 899 999

77 200 000 – 77 299 999

 

Operator

VoIP Number range

Virtual Business Network Services

79 100 000 – 79 100 999

AfriTel

79 101 000 – 79 101 999

Global Broadband Solutions

79 102 000 – 79 102 999

Business Solutions Consultants

79 103 000 – 79 103 999

Fourth Dimension

79 104 000 – 79 104 999

OPQ Net

79 105 000 – 79 105 999

Mega Internet

79 106 000 – 79 106 999

Stature (OpenVoice)

79 107 000 – 79 107 999

79 113 000 – 79 113 999

Tsagae Communications

79 108 000 – 79 108 999

MicroTeck Enterprises

79 109 000 – 79 109 999

Microla Botswana

79 110 000 – 79 110 999

Internet Options Botswana

79 111 000 – 79 111 999

FDI Foneworx

79 112 000 – 79 112 999

MTN Business Solutions

79 114 000  -  79 114 999

Abari Communications

79 115 000 – 79 115 999

Mission Communications

79 116 000 – 79 116 999

ConceroTel

79 117 000 – 79 117 999

Paratus Africa

79 118 000 – 79 118 999

Blue Pearl Communications T/A ROI

 79 119 000 – 79 119 999

Dapit Ventures T/A GCSat Botswana

79 120 000 – 79 120 999

Orange Botswana

79 200 000 – 79 209 999

79 220 000 – 79 229 999

Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTCL)

79 210 000 – 79 219 999

 

All mobile and VoIP lines in Botswana are eight (8) digits long.

 

Operator

M2M Number range

Orange Botswana

890 000 0000 – 890 000 9999

BTCL

890 005 0000 – 890 005 9999

 

All Machine to Machine (M2M) Communications numbers Botswana are ten (10) digits long.

 

4. National Codes

Mobile Country Code (E.212 MCC)

                 652

Mascom Wireless (MNC – mobile network code)

                    01

Orange Botswana (MNC – mobile network code)

                    02

Botswana Telecommunications Corporation (BTCL) MNC – mobile network code

                    04

Administrations and Recognized Operating Agencies (ROAs) are requested to ensure the timely activation of the above number ranges.

Costa Rica +506

Communication of 16.X.2020

The Superintendencia de Telecomunicaciones (SUTEL), San José, which under Executive Decree N°40943-MICITT (National Numbering Plan), is in charge of the control and administration of numbering resources in Costa Rica, acting in accordance with the provisions of Recommendation ITU-T E.129 , submits the:

Modification to the ITU-T E.164 National Numbering Plan (NNP) for country code +506

Table 1 – Description of introduction of new resources in the ITU-T E.164 National Numbering Plan for country code +506

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

Time and date of introduction

Maximum length

Minimum length

4082-5000 to 4084-9999

8 digits

8 digits

IP telephone service TELECABLE, S.A.

2017-03-27 In accordance with Resolution RCS-095-2017

4350-0000 to 4350-4999

8 digits

8 digits

IP telephone service COSTA RICA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE PROVIDER S.A.

2018-05-18 In accordance with Resolution RCS-199-2018

4350-5000 to 4350-9999

8 digits

8 digits

IP telephone service COSTA RICA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE PROVIDER S.A.

2018-09-24 In accordance with Resolution RCS-315-2018

4500-0000 to 4500-4999

8 digits

8 digits

IP telephone service COOPEGUANACASTE R.L.

2019-02-11 In accordance with Resolution RCS-029-2019

4410-0000 to 4419-9999

8 digits

8 digits

IP telephone service CLARO CR TELECOMUNICACIONES S.A.

2019-05-10 In accordance with Resolution RCS-097-2019

4205-0000 to 4205-4999

8 digits

8 digits

IP telephone service COMUNICACIONES METROPOLITANAS S.A.

2019-10-25 In accordance with Resolution RCS-282-2019

4600-0000 to 4600-9999

8 digits

8 digits

IP telephone service RING CENTRALES DE COSTA RICA S.A.

2020-09-10 In accordance with Resolution RCS-235-2020

4700-0000 to 4705-9999

8 digits

8 digits

IP telephone service TELEVISORA DE COSTA RICA, S.A.

2018-09-28 In accordance with Resolution RCS-230-2020

Côte d'Ivoire +225

Communication of 30.X.2020

The Autorité de Régulation des Télécommunications/TIC de Côte d’Ivoire (ARTCI) , Abidjan, wishes to reiterate its announcement of July 2020 regarding the change in format and the introduction of the new national numbering plan, effective as of 0000 hours GMT on 31 January 2021 .

All administrations, recognized operating agencies and service providers are requested to initiate the necessary programming of the changes announced in July 2020 (see below) into their networks by 31 January 2021 (0000 hours GMT) to enable subscribers to access related services.

In complement to the communication issued in July 2020, ARTCI wishes to emphasize that, following the changeover to the new dialling format, all calls to Côte d'Ivoire mobile numbers must include the digit "0" after the ITU-T E.164 country code "225", as it is part of the national (significant) number (N(S)N). The numbers for mobile telephone service providers will therefore be as follows: +225 01 XX XX XXXX, +225 05 XX XX XXXX and +225 07 XX XX XXXX for MOOV CI, MTN CI and ORANGE CI respectively.

 

 

 

Communication of 13.VII.2020: (published in Operational Bulletin No. 1201 (1.VIII.2020))

The Autorité de Régulation des Télécommunications/TIC de Côte d’Ivoire (ARTCI) , Abidjan, hereby announces the modification of the national numbering plan of Côte d’Ivoire, from eight (8) to ten (10) digits, effective 31 January 2021 in Côte d’Ivoire (country code: 225).

The change to ten (10) figures is being made in order to cope with the saturation of mobile service number resources on the one hand and ensure the availability of numbers on the other, thereby meeting the ever increasing demands of mobile telephone operators and future services, such as the Internet of Things.

Under the new ten-digit numbering plan, numbers will be structured as follows: XZABPQMCDU .

The theoretical maximum capacity of the ten-digit numbering plan is ten (10) billion numbers for all telecommunication services.

The minimum number length (excluding country code) is 3 digits and the maximum number length (excluding country code) is 10 digits .

 

1. Presentation of national ten-digit numbering plan

a) General

The method by which the numbering plan is used is based on sharing according to service type.

In the chain XZABPQMCDU , X denotes the services as follows:

·       X = 0 for mobile telephone services;

·       X = 1 for assistance and emergency services;

·       X = 2 for fixed telephone services (geographic and non-geographic);

·       X = 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 for future services (future reserves);

·       X = 8, 9 for value-added services.

 

b) Detailed presentation of new national numbering plan

(see Annex 1)

 

2. Changeover

Aside from the country code (225) preceding the subscriber number in the event of calls originating from abroad, the changeover will consist in adding a prefix XZ to the old eight-digit numbers (ABPQMCDU) of the fixed and mobile telephone services. After the changeover on 31 January 2021, this will result in the following:

a) Mobile telephone services

–       To call a MOOV CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 01 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

–       To call an MTN CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 05 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

–       To call an ORANGE CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 07 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

 

b) Fixed telephone services

–       To call a MOOV CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 21 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

–       To call an MTN CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 25 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

–       To call an ORANGE CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 27 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

 

c) Emergency, assistance and value-added services

The numbers for emergency, assistance and value-added services, which vary in length from three to eight digits, remain unchanged.

(see Annex 2)

 

 

 

Annex 1

Detailed presentation of new national number plan (according to Rec. ITU-T E.129) (31 January 2021)

National destination code (NDC) or leading digits of national (significant) number (N(S)N)

N(S)N number length

Usage of ITU-T E.164 number

Additional information

Minimum length

Maximum length

00

-

-

International access prefix

 

01 (NDC)

10

10

Mobile telephony

Operator Atlantique Telecom CI

05 (NDC)

10

10

Mobile telephony

Operator MTN CI

07 (NDC)

10

10

Mobile telephony

Operator Orange CI

1 (LDS)

3

4

Assistance, emergency, social, health and other services

 

21 0

21 1

             21 2   (NDC)

21 3

21 4

 

10

10

Fixed telephony (geographic numbers)

Operator Atlantique Telecom CI

25 0

25 1

             25 2   (NDC)

25 3

25 4

10

10

Fixed telephony (geographic numbers)

Operator MTN CI

27 0

27 1

             27 2   (NDC)

27 3

27 4

10

10

Fixed telephony (geographic numbers)

Operator Orange CI

21 5

21 6

              21 7   (NDC)

21 8

21 9

10

10

Fixed telephony (non-geographic numbers)

Operator Atlantique Telecom CI

25 5

25 6

              25 7   (NDC)

25 8

25 9

10

10

Fixed telephony (non-geographic numbers)

Operator MTN CI

27 5

27 6

              27 7   (NDC)

27 8

27 9

10

10

Fixed telephony (non-geographic numbers)

Operator Orange CI

       8  (LDS)

8

8

Value-added services

-

       9  (LDS)

4

8

Value-added services

-

 

LDS = Leading digit of N(S)N

 

Annex 2

Presentation of modifications made to the ITU-T E.164 numbering plan of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire (country code: 225) (according to Rec. ITU-T E.129)

 

Announced time and date of change (UTC)

N(S)N

Usage of ITU-T E.164 number

Parallel running

Operator

Old number

New number

Start

End

31 January 2021 – 00:00

01 PQ MCDU

01 01 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom CI

02 PQ MCDU

01 02 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

03 PQ MCDU

01 03 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

40 PQ MCDU

01 40 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

41 PQ MCDU

01 41 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

42 PQ MCDU

01 42 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

43 PQ MCDU

01 43 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

50 PQ MCDU

01 50 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

51 PQ MCDU

01 51 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

52 PQ MCDU

01 52 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

53 PQ MCDU

01 53 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

70 PQ MCDU

01 70 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

71 PQ MCDU

01 71 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

72 PQ MCDU

01 72 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

73 PQ MCDU

01 73 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

31 January 2021 – 00:00

04 PQ MCDU

05 04 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

MTN CI

05 PQ MCDU

05 05 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

06 PQ MCDU

05 06 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

44 PQ MCDU

05 44 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

45 PQ MCDU

05 45 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

46 PQ MCDU

05 46 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

54 PQ MCDU

05 54 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

55 PQ MCDU

05 55 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

56 PQ MCDU

05 56 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

64 PQ MCDU

05 64 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

65 PQ MCDU

05 65 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

66 PQ MCDU

05 66 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

74 PQ MCDU

05 74 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

75 PQ MCDU

05 75 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

76 PQ MCDU

05 76 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

84 PQ MCDU

05 84 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

85 PQ MCDU

05 85 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

86 PQ MCDU

05 86 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

94 PQ MCDU

05 94 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

95 PQ MCDU

05 95 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

96 PQ MCDU

05 96 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

31 January 2021 – 00:00

07 PQ MCDU

07 07 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

08 PQ MCDU

07 08 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

09 PQ MCDU

07 09 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

47 PQ MCDU

07 47 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

48 PQ MCDU

07 48 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

49 PQ MCDU

07 49 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

57 PQ MCDU

07 57 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

58 PQ MCDU

07 58 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

59 PQ MCDU

07 59 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

67 PQ MCDU

07 67 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

68 PQ MCDU

07 68 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

69 PQ MCDU

07 69 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

77 PQ MCDU

07 77 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

78 PQ MCDU

07 78 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

79 PQ MCDU

07 79 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

87 PQ MCDU

07 87 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

88 PQ MCDU

07 88 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

89 PQ MCDU

07 89 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

97 PQ MCDU

07 97 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

98 PQ MCDU

07 98 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

31 January 2021 – 00:00

20 8 QMCDU

21 20 8 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom

21 8 QMCDU

21 21 8 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom

22 8 QMCDU

21 22 8 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom

23 8 QMCDU

21 23 8 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom

20 0 QMCDU

25 20 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

21 0 QMCDU

25 21 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

22 0 QMCDU

25 22 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

23 0 QMCDU

25 23 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

24 0 QMCDU

25 24 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

30 0 QMCDU

25 30 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

31 0 QMCDU

25 31 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

32 0 QMCDU

25 32 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

33 0 QMCDU

25 33 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

34 0 QMCDU

25 34 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

35 0 QMCDU

25 35 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

36 0 QMCDU

25 36 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

31 January 2021 – 00:00

20 2 QMCDU

27 20 2 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

20 3 QMCDU

27 20 3 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

21 2 QMCDU

27 21 2 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

21 3 QMCDU

27 21 3 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

21 5 QMCDU

27 21 5 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

21 7 QMCDU

27 21 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

22 4 QMCDU

27 22 4 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

22 5 QMCDU

27 22 5 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

23 4 QMCDU

27 23 4 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

23 5 QMCDU

27 23 5 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

24 3 QMCDU

27 24 3 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

24 4 QMCDU

27 24 4 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

24 5 QMCDU

27 24 5 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

30 6 QMCDU

27 30 6 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

31 6 QMCDU

27 31 6 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

31 9 QMCDU

27 31 9 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

32 7 QMCDU

27 32 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

33 7 QMCDU

27 33 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

34 7 QMCDU

27 34 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

35 7 QMCDU

27 35 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

36 7 QMCDU

27 36 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

 

N/A = Not applicable

Communication of 13.VII.2020

The Autorité de Régulation des Télécommunications/TIC de Côte d’Ivoire (ARTCI) , Abidjan, hereby announces the modification of the national numbering plan of Côte d’Ivoire, from eight (8) to ten (10) digits, effective 31 January 2021 in Côte d’Ivoire (country code: 225).

The change to ten (10) figures is being made in order to cope with the saturation of mobile service number resources on the one hand and ensure the availability of numbers on the other, thereby meeting the ever increasing demands of mobile telephone operators and future services, such as the Internet of Things.

Under the new ten-digit numbering plan, numbers will be structured as follows: XZABPQMCDU .

The theoretical maximum capacity of the ten-digit numbering plan is ten (10) billion numbers for all telecommunication services.

The minimum number length (excluding country code) is 3 digits and the maximum number length (excluding country code) is 10 digits .

 

1. Presentation of national ten-digit numbering plan

a) General

The method by which the numbering plan is used is based on sharing according to service type.

In the chain XZABPQMCDU , X denotes the services as follows:

·       X = 0 for mobile telephone services;

·       X = 1 for assistance and emergency services;

·       X = 2 for fixed telephone services (geographic and non-geographic);

·       X = 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 for future services (future reserves);

·       X = 8, 9 for value-added services.

b) Detailed presentation of new national numbering plan

(see Annex 1)

2. Changeover

Aside from the country code (225) preceding the subscriber number in the event of calls originating from abroad, the changeover will consist in adding a prefix XZ to the old eight-digit numbers (ABPQMCDU) of the fixed and mobile telephone services. After the changeover on 31 January 2021, this will result in the following:

a) Mobile telephone services

–       To call a MOOV CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 01 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

–       To call an MTN CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 05 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

–       To call an ORANGE CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 07 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

b) Fixed telephone services

–       To call a MOOV CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 21 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

–       To call an MTN CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 25 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

–       To call an ORANGE CI subscriber, it is necessary to dial " 27 " followed by the old eight-digit number;

c) Emergency, assistance and value-added services

The numbers for emergency, assistance and value-added services, which vary in length from three to eight digits, remain unchanged.

(see Annex 2)

 

Annex 1

Detailed presentation of new national number plan (according to Rec. ITU-T E.129) (31 January 2021)

National destination code (NDC) or leading digits of national (significant) number (N(S)N)

N(S)N number length

Usage of ITU-T E.164 number

Additional information

Minimum length

Maximum length

00

-

-

International access prefix

 

01 (NDC)

10

10

Mobile telephony

Operator Atlantique Telecom CI

05 (NDC)

10

10

Mobile telephony

Operator MTN CI

07 (NDC)

10

10

Mobile telephony

Operator Orange CI

1 (LDS)

3

4

Assistance, emergency, social, health and other services

 

21 0

21 1

             21 2   (NDC)

21 3

21 4

 

10

10

Fixed telephony (geographic numbers)

Operator Atlantique Telecom CI

25 0

25 1

             25 2   (NDC)

25 3

25 4

10

10

Fixed telephony (geographic numbers)

Operator MTN CI

27 0

27 1

             27 2   (NDC)

27 3

27 4

10

10

Fixed telephony (geographic numbers)

Operator Orange CI

21 5

21 6

              21 7   (NDC)

21 8

21 9

10

10

Fixed telephony (non-geographic numbers)

Operator Atlantique Telecom CI

25 5

25 6

              25 7   (NDC)

25 8

25 9

10

10

Fixed telephony (non-geographic numbers)

Operator MTN CI

27 5

27 6

              27 7   (NDC)

27 8

27 9

10

10

Fixed telephony (non-geographic numbers)

Operator Orange CI

       8  (LDS)

8

8

Value-added services

-

       9  (LDS)

4

8

Value-added services

-

 

LDS = Leading digit of N(S)N

 

Annex 2

Presentation of modifications made to the ITU-T E.164 numbering plan of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire (country code: 225) (according to Rec. ITU-T E.129)

 

Announced time and date of change (UTC)

N(S)N

Usage of ITU-T E.164 number

Parallel running

Operator

Old number

New number

Start

End

31 January 2021 – 00:00

01 PQ MCDU

01 01 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom CI

02 PQ MCDU

01 02 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

03 PQ MCDU

01 03 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

40 PQ MCDU

01 40 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

41 PQ MCDU

01 41 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

42 PQ MCDU

01 42 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

43 PQ MCDU

01 43 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

50 PQ MCDU

01 50 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

51 PQ MCDU

01 51 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

52 PQ MCDU

01 52 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

53 PQ MCDU

01 53 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

70 PQ MCDU

01 70 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

71 PQ MCDU

01 71 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

72 PQ MCDU

01 72 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

73 PQ MCDU

01 73 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

31 January 2021 – 00:00

04 PQ MCDU

05 04 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

MTN CI

05 PQ MCDU

05 05 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

06 PQ MCDU

05 06 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

44 PQ MCDU

05 44 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

45 PQ MCDU

05 45 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

46 PQ MCDU

05 46 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

54 PQ MCDU

05 54 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

55 PQ MCDU

05 55 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

56 PQ MCDU

05 56 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

64 PQ MCDU

05 64 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

65 PQ MCDU

05 65 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

66 PQ MCDU

05 66 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

74 PQ MCDU

05 74 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

75 PQ MCDU

05 75 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

76 PQ MCDU

05 76 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

84 PQ MCDU

05 84 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

85 PQ MCDU

05 85 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

86 PQ MCDU

05 86 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

94 PQ MCDU

05 94 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

95 PQ MCDU

05 95 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

96 PQ MCDU

05 96 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

31 January 2021 – 00:00

07 PQ MCDU

07 07 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

08 PQ MCDU

07 08 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

09 PQ MCDU

07 09 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

47 PQ MCDU

07 47 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

48 PQ MCDU

07 48 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

49 PQ MCDU

07 49 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

57 PQ MCDU

07 57 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

58 PQ MCDU

07 58 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

59 PQ MCDU

07 59 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

67 PQ MCDU

07 67 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

68 PQ MCDU

07 68 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

69 PQ MCDU

07 69 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

77 PQ MCDU

07 77 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

78 PQ MCDU

07 78 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

79 PQ MCDU

07 79 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

87 PQ MCDU

07 87 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

88 PQ MCDU

07 88 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

89 PQ MCDU

07 89 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

97 PQ MCDU

07 97 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

98 PQ MCDU

07 98 PQ MCDU

Mobile telephony

N/A

31 January 2021 – 00:00

20 8 QMCDU

21 20 8 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom

21 8 QMCDU

21 21 8 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom

22 8 QMCDU

21 22 8 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom

23 8 QMCDU

21 23 8 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

Atlantique Telecom

20 0 QMCDU

25 20 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

21 0 QMCDU

25 21 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

22 0 QMCDU

25 22 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

23 0 QMCDU

25 23 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

24 0 QMCDU

25 24 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

30 0 QMCDU

25 30 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

31 0 QMCDU

25 31 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

32 0 QMCDU

25 32 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

33 0 QMCDU

25 33 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

34 0 QMCDU

25 34 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

35 0 QMCDU

25 35 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

36 0 QMCDU

25 36 0 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

MTN CI

31 January 2021 – 00:00

20 2 QMCDU

27 20 2 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

20 3 QMCDU

27 20 3 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

21 2 QMCDU

27 21 2 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

21 3 QMCDU

27 21 3 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

21 5 QMCDU

27 21 5 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

21 7 QMCDU

27 21 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

22 4 QMCDU

27 22 4 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

22 5 QMCDU

27 22 5 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

23 4 QMCDU

27 23 4 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

23 5 QMCDU

27 23 5 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

24 3 QMCDU

27 24 3 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

24 4 QMCDU

27 24 4 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

24 5 QMCDU

27 24 5 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

30 6 QMCDU

27 30 6 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

31 6 QMCDU

27 31 6 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

31 9 QMCDU

27 31 9 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

32 7 QMCDU

27 32 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

33 7 QMCDU

27 33 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

34 7 QMCDU

27 34 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

35 7 QMCDU

27 35 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

36 7 QMCDU

27 36 7 QMCDU

Fixed telephony

N/A

ORANGE CI

 

N/A = Not applicable

Niger +227

Communication of 28.X.2020

The Autorité de Régulation des Communications Électroniques et de la Poste (ARCEP) , Niamey, announces that the number block +227 83 XX XX XX is indeed allocated to the operator "NIGER TELECOMS SA" for the provision of mobile telephone services since 30 August 2018.

All Administrations, Recognized Operating Agencies (ROAs) and service providers are requested to initiate the necessary programming of the above-mentioned number range into their network to enable subscribers to access services.

Service Restrictions

Country/geographical area OB
Seychelles 1006 (page 13)
Slovakia 1007 (page 12)
Malaysia 1013 (page 5)
Thailand 1034 (page 5)
São Tomé and Principe 1039 (page 14)
Uruguay 1039 (page 14)
Hong Kong, China 1068 (page 4)
Ukraine 1148 (page 5)

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. to List V - List of Ship Stations and Maritime Mobile Service Identity Assignments

ADD

 

KE02           TELKOM KENYA LIMITED, 30301 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

                      E-mail: snwawira@telkom.co.ke , Tel: +254 (020) 4952000.

 

REP

 

KE01           Communications Authority of Kenya, 14448 00800, Nairobi, Kenya.

                         E-mail: onyando@ca.go.ke , Tel: +254 (020) 4242000/445, +254 703042000/445,

                         Fax: +254 2 330435,

                         Contact person: Tom M. OLWERO, Director Frequency Spectrum Management.

 

SUP

 

US01          Federal Communications Commission, 1245 12th Street, SW,

                         Room CY-C140 Washington, DC 20554, United States.

                 Contact Person: Tim Dates, Tel: +1 202 418 0496, ITS Group.

 

US13          Telemar USA LLC, 2302 South Battleground Road, La Porte,

                         TX 77571, United States.

                         Contact Person: E. Vaughan, 15 Blue Hosta Way, Rockville, MD 20850.

Amd. to List of Issuer Identifier Numbers for the International Telecommunication Charge Card

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.118 (2006-05)

Position amended originally published as annex to ITU Operational Bulletin No. 1161 — 1.XII.2018

French Guiana  ADD

Country/ Geographical area

Company Name/Address

Issuer Identifier Number

Contact

Effective date of usage

French Guiana

Free Caraïbe

MBE 262 Mangot Vulcin

97232 LE LAMENTIN

France

89 594 04

Pascal Mayeux

16 rue de la Ville l’Evêque

75008 PARIS

France

Tel:       +33 173502495

E-mail:

pmayeux@free-mobile.fr

1.VII.2020

 

Guadeloupe              ADD

Country/ Geographical area

Company Name/Address

Issuer Identifier Number

Contact

Effective date of usage

Guadeloupe

Free Caraïbe

MBE 262 Mangot Vulcin

97232 LE LAMENTIN

France

89 590 09

Pascal Mayeux

16 rue de la Ville l’Evêque

75008 PARIS

France

Tel:       +33 173502495

E-mail:

pmayeux@free-mobile.fr

1.VII.2020

 

Martinique         ADD

Country/ Geographical area

Company Name/Address

Issuer Identifier Number

Contact

Effective date of usage

Martinique

Free Caraïbe

MBE 262 Mangot Vulcin

97232 LE LAMENTIN

France

89 596 04

Pascal Mayeux

16 rue de la Ville l’Evêque

75008 PARIS

France

Tel:       +33 173502495

E-mail:

pmayeux@free-mobile.fr

1.VII.2020

 

Japan       ADD

Country/ geographical area

Company Name/Address

Issuer Identifier Number

Contact

Effective date of usage

Japan

GRAPE ONE LTD.

Hakusei Building 4F, 1-3-9, Iwamotocho,

Chiyoda-Ward, TOKYO

89 81 15

Kazuyuki Endo, Planning Department

Hakusei Building 4F, 1-3-9, Iwamotocho,

Chiyoda-Ward, TOKYO

Tel:       +81 3 6240 9638

Fax:      +81 3 6240 9831

E-mail: endo.kazuyuki@grapeone.co.jp

1.XI.2020

 

Kenya         ADD

Country/ Geographical area

Company Name/Address

Issuer Identifier Number

Contact

Effective date of usage

Kenya

Infura Limited

1 Flr Park Place Parklands

NAIROBI

89 254 12

CTO Infura Limited

1st Floor Park Place

Limuru Road Parklands

NAIROBI

E-mail: info@infura.co.ke

1.X.2020

 

 

United States    ADD

Country/ Geographical area

Company Name/Address

Issuer Identifier Number

Contact

Effective date of usage

United States

Puloli, Inc.

649 Mission Street

San Francisco, CA 94105

89 1 055

CEO, Puloli, Inc.

649 Mission Street

San Francisco, CA 94105

Tel:       +1 415 926 2000

E-mail: info@puloli.com

1.X.2020

Amd. 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

 

Comparar GmbH

Schulze-Delitzsch-Strasse 23 C

D-30938 BURGWEDEL

 

COMP01

Mr Christian Dehning

Tel.:      +49 5139 69782430

Fax:      +49 5139 69782499

Email: portierung@comparar.de

 

novanetz GmbH & Co.KG

Landwehrstrasse 76

D-30519 HANNOVER

 

NOVA

Mr Dennis Kornehl

Tel.:     +49 511 99998035

Fax:      +49 511 99998041

Email: dk@mwerk.net

 

Städtische Werke Angermünde GmbH

Berliner Strasse 1

D-16278 ANGERMÜNDE

SWANG

Mr Benjamin Noack

Tel.:     +49 3331 3655 222

Fax:      +49 3331 3655 25

Email: benjamin.noack@sw-angermuende.de

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.X.2020, the following countries/geographical areas have updated their national numbering plan on our site:

 

Country/ Geographical area

Country Code (CC)

Congo

+242

Senegal

+221