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ITU Operational Bulletin

No. 955

1.V.2010
Information received by 20.IV.2010 ISSN 1564-5223 (Online)
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Dates of publication of the next Operational Bulletins

No. Publication date Including information received by
956 15.V.2010 3.V.2010
957 1.VI.2010 20.V.2010
958 15.VI.2010 3.VI.2010
959 1.VII.2010 21.VI.2010
960 15.VII.2010 5.VII.2010
961 1.VIII.2010 20.VII.2010
962 15.VIII.2010 3.VIII.2010
963 1.IX.2010 20.VIII.2010
964 15.IX.2010 3.IX.2010
965 1.X.2010 21.IX.2010
967 1.XI.2010 20.X.2010
968 15.XI.2010 3.XI.2010
969 1.XII.2010 19.XI.2010
970 15.XII.2010 3.XII.2010
971 1.I.2011 15.XII.2010
972 15.I.2011 5.I.2011
973 1.II.2011 20.I.2011
974 15.II.2011 3.II.2011
975 1.III.2011 16.II.2011
976 15.III.2011 3.III.2011
977 1.IV.2011 21.III.2011
978 15.IV.2011 4.IV.2011
979 1.V.2011 19.IV.2011
980 15.V.2011 3.V.2011
981 1.VI.2011 19.V.2011

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.
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-34, 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 H.264.1 (03/2010): Conformance specification for ITU-T H.264 advanced video coding
  • ITU-T H.740 (02/2010): Application event handling for IPTV services

Assignment of Signalling Area/Network Codes (SANC)

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

Note from TSB

At the request of the Administration of Cuba, the Director of the TSB has assigned the following signalling area/network code (SANC) for use in the international part of the signalling system No. 7 networks of this country/geographical area, in accordance with ITU-T Recommendation Q.708 (03/99):

 

Country/geographical area or signalling network                             SANC

Cuba                                                                                                                     3-137

                                                                                         

_________________

SANC:    Signalling Area/Network Code.

              Code de zone/réseau sémaphore.

              Código de zona/red de señalización.

SANC
Signalling Area/Network Code.
Code de zone/réseau sémaphore (CZRS).
Código de zona/red de señalización (CZRS).

Telephone Service

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.164

Croatia +385

Communication of 15.III.2010

Croatian Post and Electronic Communications Agency (HAKOM) , Zagreb, announces that the new numbering plan for the Republic of Croatia has been assigned.  

Pursuant to Article 12, paragraph 1, item 9 and Article 69, paragraph 3 of the Electronic Communications Act (“Official Gazette”, No. 73/08), the Council of the Croatian Post and Electronic Communications Agency adopted the following telephone numbering plan for Croatia.

I             STRUCTURE OF NUMBERS

1            International number

An international number shall contain a Country Code (CC) followed by a National Significant Number (NSN), as illustrated in image 1. In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.164 the maximum length of the international number is 15 digits. The maximum length of an international number in the Republic of Croatia is 12 digits. International numbers exceeding 12 digits may be used only upon prior approval of the Croatian Post and Electronic Communications Agency (hereinafter: HAKOM). When dialling an international number the international prefix ”00” must be dialled first followed by the destination country code and the national significant number. The international prefix is not part of the international number. The international number of the Republic of Croatia “385“.

International number

 

National Number

Country code

National (Significant) Number

CC

N(S)N

 

Image 1. Structure of International Numbers

2            National number

The Republic of Croatia uses the open Numbering Plan. A National Number contains the National Destination Code (NDC) followed by the Subscriber Number (SN), as illustrated in image 2. Depending on the area of use, an National Destination Code may specify:

–            geographical numbering area (county) – Trunk Code (TC), or

–            non-geographical numbering area (SDN – Service or Destination Network code) (value added services or mobile electronic communications networks), – Service or Destination Network code.

The maximum length of a national number in the Republic of Croatia is 9 digits. Exceptionally, the length of the national number may be more than 9 digits, which requires obtaining a prior approval from HAKOM. When calling a subscriber from a different geographic numbering area (county) or a mobile electronic communications network, or when using value added services, the national prefix "0" must be dialled first followed by a National Destination Code and a Subscriber Number.

National number

 

National Number

National Destination Code

Subscriber Number

NDC

SN

 

Image 2.  Structure of National Numbers

2.1            National number in the fixed electronic communications network

2.1.1         Geographical number

A national number in the fixed electronic communications network consists of the Trunk Code (TC) and a Subscriber Number (SN), as illustrated in image 3. The Trunk Code may be a one- or two-digit code . The length of the Subscriber Number is 7 digits in areas with a single-digit Trunk Code or 6 digits in areas with two-digit Trunk Codes, except in case of provision of universal services. The first digit of a Subscriber Number may not be ""0"", ""1"" or ""9"".  When calling a subscriber from the same county (a local call) his or her Subscriber Number must be dialled.

Subscriber numbers starting with digits „519XXX(X)“, „589XXX(X)“, „598XXX(X)“ and „594XXX(X)“ are reserved for new services.

 

National Number

Trunk Code

Subscriber Number

TC

SN

 

Image 3.  Structure of a national number in fixed electronic communications network

2.1.2         Non-geographical number

2.1.2.1     National number for value added services

The National Number for Value Added Services shall consist of a Service or Destination Network code (SDN) and a Subscriber Number (SN), as illustrated in image 4. The length of the Service or Destination Network code is two or three digits. The length of a Subscriber Number for value added services is 4, 6 or 7 digits.

HAKOM may approve the use of the first digit in the subscriber number as a Tariff Identifier, as illustrated in image 4a. The Tariff Identifier shall consist of only one digit.

In case of Internet access services, the first digit of the of a Subscriber Number represents a Tariff Identifier (TI), and the second and third digits of the subscriber number represent the Operator Identifier, as illustrated in image 4b.

When allocating numbers for value added services, HAKOM must take into account that there is no overlap between digits of Subscriber Numbers.

Procedure described in item 2 of this Plan shall apply to the use of value added services.

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendations E.168, E.168.1, and F.850 personal („nomadic“) number is a number that uniquely identifies the user of “nomadic” services used by the calling subscriber to access the user of “nomadic” services. The user of “nomadic” services may have more than one „nomadic“ number (business “nomadic” number for business calls and private “nomadic” number for private calls). The expression “nomadic” services also refers to services where the user connects its VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephone to any network termination point and places/receives calls by using that same number. “Nomadic” services are also provided regardless of the physical location of the user.

 

National Number

Service or Destination Network Code

Subscriber Number

SDN

SN

2 or 3 digits

4, 6 or 7 digits

 

Image 4.  Structure of the national number for value added services without tariff identifier in the subscriber number

National Number

Service or Destination Network Code

Subscriber Number

SDN

SN

2 or 3 digits

TI

Remaining SN

1 digit

3 or 5 digits

 

Image 4a.  Structure of the national number for value added services with tariff identifier in the subscriber number

 

National Number

Service or Destination Network Code

Tariff identifier

Operator identifier

Subscriber Number

SDN

TI

 

SN

2 or 3 digits

1 digit

2 digits (2 and 3 digits)

3 digits

 

Image 4b.  Structure of the national number for Internet access service

The dialling procedure described under item 2 of this Plan shall apply to the use of value added services.

2.2        National number in the mobile electronic communications network

The national number in the mobile electronic communications network consists of the Service or Destination Network code (SDN) and the Subscriber Number (SN), as illustrated in image 5. The length of the Service or Destination Network Code may be two or three digits. The length of the Subscriber Number in mobile electronic communications networks is 6 or 7 digits. In case of a three-digit Service or Destination Network Code the length of the Subscriber Number may be six digits at the most. Subscriber Numbers exceeding 7 digits may be used only with prior approval of HAKOM. The dialling procedure described under item 2 of this Plan shall apply to the placing of calls from mobile electronic communications networks, except for calls placed to emergency and directory enquiry services.

 

National Number

Service or Destination Network Code

Subscriber Number

SDN

SN

 

Image 5.  Structure of the national number in the public mobile electronic communications network

3            Short codes

Short Codes are used for access to emergency services, services of social value, directory enquiry services, special services of public interest, and for access to competitive services of operators. A Short Code may consist of one part (Service Identifier) or of two parts (Service Identifier and Operator Code), as illustrated in image 6.

The length of Short Codes is three to five digits, and, in special circumstances (insufficient capacity) it may even be six digits. 

The first digit of a Short Code is „1“ or „9“, with „9“as the first digit being reserved for future needs (data services and the similar) and „1“ being used as the first digit for other types of services. The Short Code is selected on the basis of the following formula: 1ABCD, where: A=2,4,6,7,8; B,C,D=0,…,9.

Short Codes are established by this Plan implemented by the operators directly into their network and may not be used for any other purpose except in the manner provided for in this Plan.

In addition, operators may use Short Codes without a decision adopted by the competent regulatory authority provided that such codes are used exclusively in the operator’s network and for services available only to this operator’s users, and that they are used in accordance with the Numbering Plan, that is, with the codes established in this Plan.

Access to emergency services and directory enquiry services as part of the universal services package must be ensured from all geographical numbering areas of all public telephone networks and from the numbering areas of mobile electronic communications networks by means of local dialling procedure.

The access to the directory enquiry service must be ensured from all numbering areas of public telephone networks of those operators who have been allocated the Short Code for the provision of this service.

When using carrier selection service, service identifier, operator code and the desired national, or international number must be dialled (for example, 1021 023 XX XX XX). Service identifier and operator code do not form a part of the international number.

 

National Number

Trunk Code

Subscriber Number

 

Image 6.  Structure of Short Codes

II            LIST OF NATIONAL NUMBERS

General information:

 

Country code (CC)

National destination code (NDC)

Subscriber Number

385

1 or 2 digits

6 or 7 digits

 

Fixed network

1.1        Geographical area codes:

 

Administrative centre of the County/Locality Geographical area

Area code/ National Destination Code

County of Zagreb and the City of Zagreb

1 XXXXXXX

Dubrovačko-neretvanska County and the City of Dubrovnik

20 XXXXXX

Splitsko-dalmatinska County and the City of Split

21 XXXXXX

Šibensko-kninska County and the City of Šibenik

22 XXXXXX

Zadarska County and the City of Zadar

23 XXXXXX

Osječko-baranjska County and the City of Osijek

31 XXXXXX

Vukovarsko-srijemska County and the City of Vinkovci

32 XXXXXX

Virovitičko-podravska County and the City of Virovitica

33 XXXXXX

Požeško-slavonska County and the City of Požega

34 XXXXXX

Brodsko-posavska County and the City of Slavonski Brod

35 XXXXXX

Međimurska County and the City of Čakovec

40 XXXXXX

Varaždinska County and the City of Varaždin

42 XXXXXX

Bjelovarsko-bilogorska County and the City of Bjelovar

43 XXXXXX

Sisačko-moslavačka County and the City of Sisak

44 XXXXXX

Karlovačka County and the City of Karlovac

47 XXXXXX

Koprivničko-križevačka County and the City of Koprivnica

48 XXXXXX

Krapinsko-zagorska County and the City of Krapina

49 XXXXXX

Primorsko-goranska County and the City of Rijeka

51 XXXXXX

Istarska County and the City of Pazin

52 XXXXXX

Ličko-senjska County and the City of Gospić

53 XXXXXX

 

Mobile Networks:

 

Services in mobile electronic communications network

9XX

 

National Destination Code (NDC)

Mobile cellular network (GSM )

Maximum number length

91

VIPnet

15 (including CC and NDC)

92

VIPnet

95

TELE2

98

T-Mobile

 

99

T-Mobile

 

 

Other Non-Geographical codes:

 

Value Added Services

 

General Service (blocked for incoming international calls)

60

Humanitarian Services (blocked for incoming international calls)

609

Televoting service (blocked for incoming international calls)

61

Universal Access Number – Common Access Code Service

62

Children Service (blocked for incoming international calls)

69

Adult Services (blocked for incoming international calls)

64

Games of Fortune Services (blocked for incoming international calls)

65

Personal Number Service

74, 75

Internet Access Service (dial-up) ISPs and HINET

76, 77

Freephone service (blocked for incoming international calls)

800, 801

 

4            Short Numbers in Croatia

 

Short Codes (blocked for incoming international calls)

1ABCD

Note:   A = 2, 4, 6, 7 or 8               B, C, D = 0,…,9

 

Emergency Services

State Directorate for Protection and Rescue (Single European Emergency Service Number)

112

Emergency call/Police

192*

Emergency call/Fire-fighters

193*

Emergency call/Emergency medical assistance

194*

Emergency call/Central office for Search and Rescue at Sea

155*

Road Assistance

1987*

*   Until the beginning of activation of new short codes 192, 193, 194, 155 and 1987, former short codes 92, 93, 94, 9155 and 987 will still remain active.  After the activation of new short codes, a transitional period for co‑existence of new and former short codes will be defined.

 

Services of social value

Services of social value ( Harmonised European Short Code)

116XXX

Hotline for missing children

116000

Hotline for Victims of Crime

116006

Child Helpline

116111

Non-Emergency Medical Services

116117

Emotional support helpline

116123

 

Directory Enquiry Service

 

Directory Enquiry Service

118XX**

**    The transitional period for co-existence of 988 and 118XX codes is 6 months from 1 July 2010, that is, from the date of implementation of 118XX number.

  

Competitive services

Carrier selection

10XX

SMS service activation in mobile network

133XX

 

Note:   X = 0,…,9

 

Termination of validity

The Numbering Plan (Official Gazette No.154/08) ceases to be valid after the entry into force of this Plan.

Entry into force

This Plan shall enter into force on the eighth day from its publication (23.12.2009.) in the „Official Gazette“ (01.01.2010).

France +33

Communication of 28.III.2010

The Autorité de Régulation des Communications électroniques et des Postes (ARCEP), Paris, announces that the technical and commercial opening of numbers in the format +33 7 5B PQ MC DU, +33 7 6B PQ MC DU, +33 7 7B PQ MC DU, +33 7 8B PQ MC DU and +33 7 9B PQ MC DU, the purpose of which is to serve users of mobile networks on French territory, will commence on 1 May 2010 . They will be accessible from all other countries as are current mobile numbers with the format +33 6 AB PQ MC DU. At a later stage, a part of the resources with the format +33 7 9B PQ MC DU may be used for implementing numbers with the format +[CC of the Overseas Departments] 7 9B PQ MC DU, in which case a further announcement will be made.

Reminders

The numbering plan in metropolitan France is a closed plan with the following format:

CC + N(S)N (nine digits), where: CC = country code, N(S)N = National (Significant) Number.

And, more specifically: +33 ZAB PQ MC DU in metropolitan France or +262 ZAB PQ MC DU, for example, for French Departments and Territories in the Indian Ocean.

(It is customary practice in France for the sequence of digits of a national (significant) number (N(S)N) to be designated by the following letters: 1 st digit: Z, 2 nd digit: A, 3 rd digit: B, 4 th  digit: P, 5 th  digit: Q, 6 th digit: M, 7 th digit: C, 8 th digit: D, 9 th digit: U.)

For further details

The number blocks (in the internal format for France) are described on the website of the Autorité de Régulation des Communications Électroniques et des Postes (ARCEP):

http://www.arcep.fr/index.php?id=interactivenumeros

This brings up a page displaying either:

–            a list of operators with the PQ digits assigned to them; their addresses may then be obtained by clicking on the “adresse” (address) link; or

–            the message “il y a plus de 50 réponses, veuillez préciser par un chiffre supplémentaire” (there are over 50 replies, please specify further by indicating an additional digit). The sequences of values 0ZAB0, 0ZAB1, 0ZAB2, etc. should then be entered into the search engine in order to obtain the operators’ names, and subsequently their addresses by clicking on the “adresse” link.

ARCEP updates the numbering information each week. Numbers recently assigned to operators are therefore readily obtainable and can be taken into account by operators from other countries.

Georgia +995

Communication of 29.III.2010

The Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC) , Tbilisi, announces the updated national numbering plan for Georgia:

PSTN numbering E.164 country code = +995

Fixed network

 

Locality 

National (Significant) Number N(S)N

National Destination Code (NDC)

Length of Subscriber Number (SN)

Batumi

222

Five

Tbilisi

32

Six

Rustavi

34

Six

Kobuleti

236

Five

Qobuleti

236

Five

Grigoleti

310

Five

Samtredia

311

Five

Abasha

312

Five

Senaki

313

Five

Zugdidi

315

Five

Tsalendjikha

316

Five

Chkhorotskhu

317

Five

Martvili

318

Five

Kutaisi

331

Five

Vani

332

Five

Kharagauli

333

Five

Sachkhere

335

Five

Mestia

336

Five

Lentekhi

337

Five

Ambrolauri

339

Five

Tskaltubo

340

Five

Akhalgori

342

Five

Tskhinvali

344

Five

Kazbegi

345

Five

Dusheti

346

Five

Djava

347

Five

Akhmeta

349

Five

Telavi

350

Five

Sagaredjo

351

Five

Kvareli

352

Five

Gurdjaani

353

Five

Velistsikhe

353

Five

Lagodekhi

354

Five

Signagi

355

Five

DedoplisTskaro

356

Five

Marneuli

357

Five

Bolnisi

358

Five

TetriTskaro

359

Five

Dmanisi

360

Five

Ninotsminda

361

Five

Akhalkalaki

362

Five

Tsalka

363

Five

Aspindza

364

Five

Akhaltsikhe

365

Five

Adigeni

366

Five

Bakuriani

367

Five

Bordjomi

367

Five

Khashuri

368

Five

Kareli

369

Five

Gori

370

Five

Kaspi

371

Five

Gardabani

372

Five

Mtskheta

373

Five

Chiatura

379

Five

Terdjola

391

Five

Zestafoni

392

Five

Poti

393

Five

Khoni

395

Five

Ozurgeti

396

Five

Tkibuli

397

Five

Gulripshi

44252

three

Gulripshi

44254

three

Gulripshi

44255

three

Sukhumi

4422

Four

Sukhumi

4423

Four

Sukhumi

44253

three

Sukhumi

4426

Four

Sukhumi

44275

three

Sukhumi

44276

three

Sukhumi

44277

three

Sukhumi

44278

three

Sukhumi

44279

three

Sukhumi

4429

Four

Bichvinta

4432

Four

Gagra

4434

Four

Axaliatoni

4442

Four

Gudauta

4445

Four

Gali

4455

Four

Ochamchire

4452

Four

Tkvarcheli

446

Five

 

Mobile network

 

 Operator 

National (Significant) Number N(S)N

Magti

National Destination Code (NDC)

Length of Subscriber Number (SN)

51

Six

90 (CDMA)

Six

91

Six

95

Six

96

Six

98

Six

99

Six

Geo Cell

55

Six

57

Six

58

Six

77

Six

93

Six

Mobitel

71

Six

68

Six

74

Six

79

Six

97

Six

 

Silqnet

70 (CDMA)

Six

78 (CDMA)

Six

Serbia +381

Communication of 9.III.2010

The Republic Telecommunication Agency (RATEL), Beograd , announces that Telekom Srbija will terminate the provisioning of the International Operator Assistance Service for semi-automatic calls, effective 10 March 2010.

Consequently, as from this date, the Operator-Assisted Call Service for semi-automatic calls (inbound and outbound) will cease, and all the existing arrangements with regard to this service will be terminated.

Vanuatu +678

Communication of 14.IV.2010

The Vanuatu Telecommunications Regulator , Vanuatu, announces the following new mobile number ranges assigned to Digicel Vanuatu Ltd:

 

Operator

Service

Number ranges

Digicel Vanuatu Ltd

Mobile

+678 572 XXXX +678 573 XXXX +678 574 XXXX +678 575 XXXX

Maritime Identification Digits

The Administration of France has requested that the MID “329” allocated to Guadeloupe be considered as allocated to France.

Changes in Administrations/ROAs and other entities or Organizations

Albania

Communication of 12.IV.2010:

Changes in telephone telefax numbers and URL

The Ministry of State for Reforms and Relation with the Parliament, Tirana, announces that its telephone, fax numbers and URL have changed. These are now the following:

Ministry of State for Reforms and Relation with the Parliament Blv 'Dëshmorët e Kombit', Nr. 1 TIRANA Albania Tel:           +355 4 227 7599 Fax:          +355 4 224 8298 URL:         www.km.gov.al

Algeria

Communication of 16.IV.2010:

Change in address

Orascom Telecom Algérie , Alger, announces that it has changed its address. Its new address is the following:Orascom Telecom Algérie Lot. No 8ª RN No 5, Avenue Mouloud Feraoun ALGER, Dar El Beida 16000 Algeria Tel:           +213 70 851004 Fax:          +213 70 851007 E-mail:    yasmine.debbouz@otalgerie.com URL:         www.otalgerie.com Orascom Telecom Algérie

Cameroon

Communication of 19.IV.2010:

Changes in telephone and fax numbers and new e-mail address

The Ministère des Postes et Télécommunications , Yaoundé, announces that its telephone and fax numbers have changed and that it has a new e-mail address. These are now the following:

Ministère des Postes et Télécommunications YAOUNDÉ Cameroon Tel:           +237 22 230615/+237 22 233610 Fax:          +237 22 226630 E-mail:    calvin.banga@ties.itu.int URL:         www.minpostel.gov.cm

Chad

Communication of 8.IV.2010:

New telephone number and e-mail address

The Ministère des Postes et des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (MPTIC ) , N’djamena, announces that it has a new telephone number and a new address. These are now the following:

Ministère des Postes et des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (MPTIC) B.P. 154 N'DJAMENA Chad Tel:           + 235 2252 1521 Fax:          +235 2252 1531 Fax:          +235 2252 1577 email:      nndjerabe@yahoo.fr

Comoros

Communication of 14.IV.2010:

Change of name

The Ministère des Postes et Télécommunications, chargé de la Communication et de la Promotion des Nouvelles Technologies de l'Information , Moroni, announces that it has changed its name. It is now called «Ministère des Postes et Télécommunications, chargé de la Promotion des Nouvelles Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication».

Ministère des Postes et Télécommunications, chargé de la Promotion des Nouvelles Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication B.P. 744 MORONI Comoros Tel:           +269 7 644240/+269 7 750015 Fax:          +269 7 734241/+269 7 750019

Communication of 20.IV.2010:

Changes in telephone and fax numbers and new e-mail address

The, Autorité Nationale de Régulation des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (ANRTIC), Moroni, announces that its telephone and fax numbers have changed and that it has a new e-mail address. These are now the following:

Autorité Nationale de Régulation des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (ANRTIC) MORONI Comores Tel:           +269 7 738761 Fax:          +269 7 738762 email:      ibrahim.mzemohamed@gmail.com

 

Czech Republic

Communication of 7.IV.2010

List of telecommunication operators and service providers in Czech Republic to which the status of Recognized Operating Agency (ROA) has been granted

Czech Telecommunication Office , Praha, announces that the following telecommunication operators and service providers have been granted the status of Recognized Operating Agency (ROA), in accordance with Article 6 of, and Nos. 1007 and 1008 of Annex to, the Constitution of ITU as contained in the Final Acts of the Additional Plenipotentiary Conference (Geneva, 1992).

The names of the operators and service providers in Czech Republic to which the status of recognized Operating Agency (ROA) has been granted are:

REP all information by:

 

Company’s (ROAs) name and address

Contact

Ceske Radiokomunikace a.s. U Nakladoveho nadrazi 3144 130 00 PRAHA 3

Tel:             +420 242 417 125 / +420 242 411 111 Fax:            +420 242 417 595 E-mail:       j.vopalecky@radiokomunikace.cz URL:           www.radiokomunikace.cz

CZ.NIC, z.s.p.o. Americka 23 120 00 PRAHA 2

Tel:             +420 222 745 111 Fax:            +420 222 745 112 E-mail:       kontakt@nic.cz

GTS NOVERA s.r.o. Premyslovska 43 130 00 PRAHA 3

Tel:             +420 225 253 384 Fax:            +420 225 251 122 E-mail:       pavel.henke@gtsce.com URL:           www.gtsnovera.cz

Telefónica O2 Czech Republic, a.s. Za Brumlovkou 266/2 140 22 PRAHA 4 – Michle

Tel:             +420 271 462  087 Fax:            +420 271 469  834 E-mail:       petr.dedek@o2.com URL:           www.cz.o2.com

T-Mobile Czech Republic a.s. Tomickova 1 14900 Praha 4

Tel:             +420 603 601 111 Fax:            +420 272 941 926 E-mail:       richard.stonavsky@t-mobile.cz

Vodafone Czech Republic a.s . Vinohradska 167 100 00 Praha 10

Tel:             +420 776 971 720 Fax:            +420 776 971 951 E-mail:       petr.piskula@vodafone.com

 

Egypte

Communication of 14.IV.2010:

New fax number and new e-mail address

Telecom Egypt , Le Caire, announces that it has a new fax number and a new e-mail address. They are now the following:

Telecom Egypt Smart Village km 28 Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road P.O. Box 795 GIZA Egypte Tel:           +20 2 3131 6071 Fax:          +20 2 3131 5198 E-mail:    naglaa.mounir@telecomegypt.com.eg URL:         www.telecomegypt.com.eg

 

France

Communication of 16.IV.2010:

Changes in address

France Télécom Orange , Paris, announces that it has changed its address. Its new address is the following

France Télécom Orange 6, Place d'Alleray 75505 PARIS, Cédex 15 France Tel:           +33 1 4444 2222 Tel:           +33 1 5736 2024 Fax:          +33 1 4645 0167 E-mail:    dominique.wurges@orange-ftgroup.com URL:         www.francetelecom.com

 

French Polynesia 

Communication of 7.IV.2010:

Change of name, new e-mail address

The Office des Postes et Télécommunications (OPTI), Papeete, announces that it has changed its name. It is now called «Office des Postes et Télécommunications de Polynésie française (OPT)». It has a new e-mail address. Its new address is now the following:

Office des Postes et Télécommunications de Polynésie française (OPT) BP 605 98713 PAPEETE, Tahiti French Polynesia Tel:           +689 417502 Fax:          +689 417575 E-mail:    poste.dirposte@pa.sm URL:         www.opt.pf

 

New Zealand

Communication of 30.III.2010

List of telecommunication operators and service providers in New Zealand to which the status of Recognized Operating Agency (ROA) has been granted

The Ministry of Economic Development, Wellington, announces that the following telecommunication operators and service providers have been granted the status of Recognized Operating Agency (ROA), in accordance with Article 6 of, and Nos. 1007 and 1008 of Annex to, the Constitution of ITU as contained in the Final Acts of the Additional Plenipotentiary Conference (Geneva, 1992).

The names of the operators and service providers in New Zealand to which the status of recognized Operating Agency (ROA) has been granted are:

REP all information by:

 

Nom de la compagnie (ER):et Adresse

Contact

Telecom Corporation of New Zealand Ltd (Attention : Brendan Dempsey) Telecom Centre, 49-55 Tory Street Wellington, New Zealand

Tél:                +64 4 382 5748 Fax: Courriel:      brendan.demsey@telecom.co.nz

TelstraClear Ltd (Attention Richard Horrell) Corner of Taharoto and Northcote Roads, North Shore, Auckland, New Zealand

Tél:                +64 9 912 5180 Fax:               +64 9 912 4455 Courriel:      richard.horrell@team.telstraclear.co.nz

Vodafone New Zealand Ltd (Attention Hayden Glass) 20 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland, New Zealand

Tél:                +64 21 689176 Fax:               +64 9 355 2006 Courriel:      hayden.glass@vodafone.com

Telco64 Limited 200 Willis Street, Wellington, New Zealand

Tél:                +64 21 361063 Fax: Courriel:      Liz.reid@telco64.com

 

Turkey

Communication of 20.IV.2010:

Change in name

Türk Telekom , Istanbul announces that it has changed its name . It is now called «Türk Telekom Group»

Türk Telekom Group Akatlar Mah. Cebeci Cad. No. 2 Etiler 34335 ISTANBUL Turkey Tel:           +90 212 306 8180 Fax:          +90 212 352 9650 E-mail:    mustafa.aykut@turktelekom.com.tr URL:         www.turktelekom.com.tr

Legal Time Changes

Syria

Communication of 11.IV.2010:

Legal time in Syria will be advanced by 60 minutes from 2 April 2010 to 29 October 2010 and thereby will correspond to UTC* +3.

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*     UTC = Universal Time Coordinated

Amendments

Abbreviations used in this section

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

Amd. to List of Access codes/numbers for mobile networks

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.164 (2010-11)

 

Country/geographical area

E.164 Country Code

Mobile telephone numbers,  first digits after country code

P  7       Solomon Islands      LIR

Solomon Islands

677

74, 75

Amd. 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)

P  8  Falkland Islands (Malvinas)     ADD

 

Country/geographical  area

MCC + MNC*

Name of Operator/Network

Falkland Islands (Malvinas)

750 001

Touch

 

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*            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

Amd. to List of International Signalling Point Codes (ISPC)

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

Country/ Geographical Area  ISPC/DEC

Unique name of the signalling point

Name of the signalling point operator

Cambodia  P  12  REP all information by:

4-112-0

9088

Bayon G1

Telecom Cambodia

4-112-1

9089

Bayon G2

Telecom Cambodia

4-112-2

9090

RT11

Royal Telecom International (RTI1)

4-112-3

9091

RT12

Royal Telecom International (RTI2)

4-112-5

9093

RTI 3

Royal Telecom International (RTI)

4-112-6

9094

RTI 4

Royal Telecom International (RTI)

4-112-7

9095

TCT1

Telcotech Gateway

4-113-1

9097

VTC1

Viettel Company (VTC)

Cuba  P  17  REP all information by:

3-136-1

7233

 

ETECSA

3-136-2

7234

Varadero

ETECSA

3-136-3

7235

La Habana

ETECSA

3-136-4

7236

La Habana

ETECSA

3-136-5

7237

Camaguey

ETECSA

3-136-6

7238

La Habana

ETECSA

ADD   Falkland Islands (Malvinas)  P  20 

7-099-1

15129

ISCFalklands

Cable & Wireless

7-099-2

15130

TOUCH

Cable & Wireless

United States  P  88   SUP

3-027-3

6363

New York, NY

Star Telecommunications Inc

United States  P  88  ADD

3-027-3

6363

Los Angeles (2),CA

China Telecom (Americas) Corporation

Yemen  P  97  ADD

4-042-3

8531

IGW4

TeleYemen

4-046-2

8562

IGW5

TeleYemen

 

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ISPC:      International Signalling Point Codes.

              Codes de points sémaphores internationaux.

              Códigos de puntos de señalización internacional.

Amd. to List of Signalling Area/Network Codes (SANC)

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

Numerical Order            ADD

P  8               3-137             Cuba

 

Alphabetical Order       ADD

P  21             3-137             Cuba

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SANC:    Signalling Area/Network Codes.

              Codes de zone/réseau sémaphore.

              Códigos de zona/red de señalización.

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.IV.2010 to 30.IV.2010 the following countries have updated their national numbering plan on our site:

 

Country

Country Code (CC)

Bahrain

+973

Solomon Islands

+677

Annexes to this issue

Various tones used in national networks