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ITU Operational Bulletin

No. 961

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

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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
982 15.VI.2011 2.VI.2011
983 1.VII.2011 20.VI.2011
984 15.VII.2011 4.VII.2011
985 1.VIII.2011 20.VII.2011
986 15.VIII.2011 3.VIII.2011
987 1.IX.2011 19.VIII.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.
958 Mobile Network Codes (MNC) for the international identification plan for public networks and subscriptions (according to ITU-T E.212 (2016-09)) (position on 2010-06-14 22:00:00 UTC)
956 List of International Signalling Point Codes (ISPC) (according to ITU-T Q.708 (1999-03)) (position on 2010-05-14 22:00:00 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-40, 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 J.340 (05/2010): Reference algorithm for computing peak signal to noise ratio of a processed video sequence with compensation for constant spatial shifts, constant temporal shift, and constant luminance gain and offset

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

 

Country/geographical area or signalling network

SANC

 

 

Nigeria (Federal Republic of)

6-135

 

_________________

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

Burkina Faso +226

Communication of 17.VI.2010

The Autorité Nationale de Régulation des Télécommunications (ARTEL), Ouagadougou, announces assignment of the following new number series:

 

Operator

Service

Number series

Date

Celtel Burkina Faso S.A.

mobile

74 30 XXXX – 74 39 XXXX

17.VI.2010

Telmob SA

mobile

72 82 XXXX – 72 99 XXXX

17.VI.2010

Denmark +45

Communication of 29.VI.2010

The National IT and Telecom Agency (NITA) , Copenhagen, announces the following changes to the Danish telephone numbering plan:

  • Withdrawal – fixed communication service:

Provider

Number

Date of withdrawal

Telia A/S

8250XXXX

23.VI.2010

  •   Assignment – fixed communication service:

Provider

Number

Date of assignment

Bolignet-Aarhus F.M.B.A.

8250XXXX

23.VI.2010

  •   Assignment –Helpline for victims of crime: 

Provider

Number

Date of assignment

Telenor A/S

116 006

18.VI.2010

Mauritania +222

Communication of 30.VI.2010

The Autorité de Régulation de la République Islamique de Mauritanie (ARE) , Nouakchott, announces the introduction of a new eight-digit numbering plan in Mauritania (country code +222) with effect from 1 January 2011.

This increase to eight (8) digits is in order to give operators greater flexibility in the management of their numbering resources while at the same time facilitating tariff visibility and the use of telephone networks by users.

The new National Numbering Plan is a closed eight-digit plan in the form "AB PQ MC DU", where each letter corresponds to a digit.

In the new plan, the prefixes "A and B" are assigned such that each operator and each type of service has contiguous blocks.

 

1            Structure of the new plan

 

A

B

PQ MC DU

Type of service

 

0

0

Access to international

Remain unchanged

0

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 et 9

Reserved

1

5, 7 et 8

Public services

1

X

Y

User assistance services

1

X

YZ

Value-added services

2

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 et 9

XX XX XX

Mobile telephony services

Operator: Chinguitel

2

5

XX XX XX

Fixed telephony services

3

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 et 9

XX XX XX

Mobile telephony services

Operator: Mattel

3

5

XX XX XX

Fixed telephony services

4

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 et 9

XX XX XX

Mobile telephony services

Operator: Mauritel

4

5

XX XX XX

Fixed telephony services

5

X

XX XX XX

Blocked

 

6

X

XX XX XX

Blocked

 

7

X

XX XX XX

Blocked

 

8

X

XX XX XX

Special services

 

9

X

XX XX XX

Blocked

 

X, Y and Z = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9

 

2            Assignment of prefixes

 

–            (A = 4) Operator – Mauritel: To call Mauritel subscribers, key in the digit "4" followed by the current seven digits, as follows:

              •                (B= 0,1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9) Mobile telephony service subscribers: To call mobile telephony users, key in "4" followed by the current seven digits (see table below)

              •                (B=5) Fixed telephony service subscribers: To call fixed telephony users, key in "45" followed by the current six digits (see table below

Operator

Service

Current number

Number as from 1 January 2011

Mauritel

Fixed telephony service

5 1X XX XX

45 1X XX XX

5 2X XX XX

45 2X XX XX

5 3X XX XX

45 3X XX XX

5 4X XX XX

45 4X XX XX

5 5X XX XX

45 5X XX XX

5 6X XX XX

45 6X XX XX

5 7X XX XX

45 7X XX XX

Mobile telephony service

4 XX XX XX

44 XX XX XX

6 0X XX XX

46 0X XX XX

6 4X XX XX

46 4X XX XX

6 5X XX XX

46 5X XX XX

6 7X XX XX

46 7X XX XX

6 8X XX XX

46 8X XX XX

6 9X XX XX

46 9X XX XX

7 4X XX XX

47 4X XX XX

7 5X XX XX

47 5X XX XX

7 6X XX XX

47 6X XX XX

7 7X XX XX

47 7X XX XX

7 8X XX XX

47 8X XX XX

7 9X XX XX

47 9X XX XX

X = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

–            (A=2) Operator Chinguitel: To call Chinguitel subscribers, key in the digit "2" followed by the current seven digits:

              •                (B=1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9) Mobile telephony service subscribers: To call mobile telephony users, key in "2" followed by the current seven digits (see table below)

              •                (B=5) Fixed telephony service subscribers: To call fixed telephony users, key in "25" followed by the current six digits (see table below)

 

Operator

Service

Current number

Number as from 1 January 2011

Chinguitel

Fixed telephony service

5 0X XX XX

25 0X XX XX

5 8X XX XX

25 8X XX XX

Mobile telephony service

7 0X XX XX

27 0X XX XX

2 XX XX XX

22 XX XX XX

X = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

–            (A = 3) Operator Mattel: To call Mattel subscribers, key in the digit "3" followed by the current seven digits, as follows:

              •                (B=1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9) Mobile telephony service subscribers: To call mobile telephony users, key in "3" followed by the current seven digits (see table below)

              •                (B=5) Fixed telephony service subscribers: To call fixed telephony users, key in "35" followed by the current six digits (see table below)

 

Operator

Service

Current number

Number as from 1 January 2011

Mattel

Fixed telephony service

35 XX XX XX

Mobile telephony service

3 XX XX XX

33 XX XX XX

6 1X XX XX

36 1X XX XX

6 2X XX XX

36 2X XX XX

6 3X XX XX

36 3X XX XX

6 6X XX XX

36 6X XX XX

7 1X XX XX

37 1X XX XX

7 2X XX XX

37 2X XX XX

7 3X XX XX

37 3X XX XX

X = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

 

•            (A=8) Special services in the 800 series:

 

To call the numbers that are reserved for special services in the 800 series, key in "800" followed by the five digits. These numbers cannot be called from outside the country (see table below).

 

Special services

Current number

Number as from 1 January 2011

Numbers in the 800 series

800 XX XX

800X XX XX

X = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

 

3            Unchanged numbers

 

It is to be noted that the aforementioned changes do not apply to special service and public service numbers such as:

•            the international prefix for accessing the automatic international network, which remains as "00"

•            two- and three-digit special numbers assigned to public services

•            three-digit short numbers in the form 1XY already assigned to services associated with the internal operation of operators' networks

•            four-digit short numbers in the form 1X YZ assigned to value-added services.

 

Annex 1 Modifications made to the E.164 numbering plan of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania (country code: +222)

 

Announced time and date of change (UTC)

N(S)N

Use of E.164

number

Operation in parallel

Operator

Old number

New number

Start

End

1.I.2011 – 00:00

2X XXXXX

22 XX XXXX

Numbers for mobile services

N/A

N/A

Chinguitel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

70 XXXXX

27 0X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Chinguitel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

50 XXXXX

25 0X XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Chinguitel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

58 XXXXX

25 8X XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Chinguitel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

3X XXXXX

33 XX XXXX

Numbers for mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mattel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

59 XXXXX

35 XX XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Mattel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

61 XXXXX

36 1X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mattel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

62 XXXXX

36 2X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mattel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

63 XXXXX

36 3X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mattel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

66 XXXXX

36 6X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mattel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

71 XXXXX

37 1X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mattel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

72 XXXXX

37 2X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mattel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

73 XXXXX

37 3X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mattel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

4X XXXXX

44 XX XXXX

Numbers for mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

60 XXXXX

46 0X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

64 XXXXX

46 4X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

65 XXXXX

46 5X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

67 XXXXX

46 7X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

68 XXXXX

46 8X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

69 XXXXX

46 9X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

74 XXXXX

47 4X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

75 XXXXX

47 5X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

76 XXXXX

47 6X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

77 XXXXX

47 7X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

78 XXXXX

47 8X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

79 XXXXX

47 9X XXXX

Numbers for GSM mobile services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

51 XXXXX

45 1X XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

52 XXXXX

45 2X XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

53 XXXXX

45 3X XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

54 XXXXX

45 4X XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

55 XXXXX

45 5X XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

56 XXXXX

45 6X XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

57 XXXXX

45 7X XXXX

Numbers for fixed services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

1.I.2011 – 00:00

80 0XXXX

80 00 XXXX

Numbers for special services

N/A

N/A

Mauritel

 

Annex 2 Presentation of the E.164 numbering plan for the Islamic Republic of Mauritania (country code: +222)

 

–            General

The minimum number length (not including the country code) is eight (8) digits

The maximum number length (not including the country code) is eight (8) digits

–            The numbering plan in detail

 

Leading digits of N(S)N (National (Significant) Number)

N(S)N number length

Use of E.164 number

Additional information

Maximum length

Minimum length

22 XX XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Chinguitel

27 0X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Chinguitel

25 0X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Chinguitel

25 8X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Chinguitel

33 XX XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mattel

35 XX XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Mattel

36 1X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mattel

36 2X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mattel

36 3X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mattel

36 6X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mattel

37 1X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mattel

37 2X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mattel

37 3X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mattel

44 XX XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

46 0X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

46 4X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

46 5X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

46 7X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

46 8X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

46 9X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

47 4X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

47 5X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

47 6X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

47 7X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

47 8X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

47 9X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for mobile telephony services

Mauritel

45 1X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Mauritel

45 2X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Mauritel

45 3X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Mauritel

45 4X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Mauritel

45 5X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Mauritel

45 6X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Mauritel

45 7X XXXX

8

8

Numbers for fixed telephony services

Mauritel

80 00 XXXX

8

8

Numbers for special services

 

Mauritius +230

Communication of 7.VII.2010

The Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICT Authority) , Port-Louis, announces that implementation of the new E.164 mobile numbering plan for the Republic of Mauritius foreseen for 1 August 2010 has been postponed.

No implementation date has yet been earmarked. The new date of implementation will be announced in ITU Operational Bulletin at a later date.

San Marino +378

Communication of 25.VI.2010

Poste e Telecomunicazioni , San Marino, announces the updated numbering plan for San Marino (country code: +378):

 

NUMBERING PLAN

 

Country Code

First Valid Digit

Minimum Number of Digits

Maximum Number of Digits

Telephone Service

+378

0, 8, 9

6 (*)

10 (*)

Fixed telephony services

+378

6

6 (*)

10 (*)

Mobile services

+378

5

6 (*)

10 (*)

IP telephony services

+378

7

6 (*)

10 (*)

Premium numbers & Video call

Please note that at this date:

(*) (Minimum and maximum number of digits are counted without the country code)

 

The test numbers are:

 

Test Numbers for Fixed Telephony Service

+378 (0549) 886377

Fixed tone

+378 (0549) 886228

Mr Luigi Giardi, Telecom Italia San Marino S.p.A.

Test Numbers for Mobile Telephony Service

+378 66 661212

Mobile tone

+378 66 212131

Mr. Leo Nardo Righi, San Marino Telecom S.p.A.

Test Numbers for IP Telephony Service

+378 58 00 11 10

Tone

+378 (0549) 886236

Mr. Luca Mularoni, Telecom Italia San Marino S.p.A.

Administrations and Recognized Operating Agencies (ROA) are requested to ensure that numbers of the San Marino Mobile, Fixed and IP Telephony Services can be duly reached.

The Government of San Marino has undertaken a deregulation and expansion of telecommunication services and wishes to ensure that full service is implemented correctly and as quickly as possible to address complaints of people calling San Marino from throughout the world.

DETAILS OF THE ASSIGNATION – SAN MARINO NUMBERING PLAN

Numbers

Operator

Service

+ 378 51

Telenet

Internet and VoIP services

+ 378 55

SMT

Internet and VoIP services

+ 378 58

TISM

Internet and VoIP services

+ 378 61

Telenet

Mobile services

+ 378 66

SMT

Mobile services

+ 378 71

Telenet

Premium and Video call

+ 378 77

SMT

Premium and Video call

+ 378 78

TISM

Premium and Video call

+378 (0549) 80

SMT

Fixed services line

+ 378 (0549) 81

Telenet

Fixed services line

+ 378 (0549) 85

TELENET

Fixed services line

+ 378 (0549) 87

TELECOM ITALIA

Fixed services line

+ 378 (0549) 88

RSM STATE

Fixed services line

+ 378 (0549) 89

RSM STATE

Fixed services line

+ 378 (0549) 9

TELECOM ITALIA and others operators

Fixed services line

Below are details of national operators providing services in San Marino. Please pay particular attention to opening these numbers as they are the access to and by end users.

Contacts:

Directorate General Posts and Telecommunications Manages a network of telecommunications of the Public Administration Contrada Omerelli, 17 47890 SAN MARINO Republic of San Marino Tel:           +378 0549 882555 Fax:          +378 0549 992760

Mr. Michele GIRI Vice Director Tel:         +378 (0549) 882560 Fax:        +378 (0549) 992760 E-mail:   michele.giri.telecomunicazioni@pa.sm

Mr. Federico VALENTINI Technical Adviser TLC Tel:            +378 (0549) 882561 Fax:           +378 (0549) 882888 E-mail:      federico.valentini.telecomunicazioni@pa.sm

Telecom Italia San Marino S.p.A. Service: Carrier Assigned numbers: +378

Strada degli Angariari, 3 47891 ROVERETA Republic of San Marino Tel:       +378 (0549) 886111 Fax:      +378 (0549) 886188 URL:     www.telecomitalia.sm

 

Mr. Leonardo RASCHI Carrier Relation Manager Tel:            +378 (0549) 886111 Fax:           +378 (0549) 886188 E-mail:      leonardo.raschi@telecomitalia.sm

Mr. Luigi GIARDI ISMC Manager Tel:             +378 (0549) 886111 Fax:            +378 (0549) 886188 E-mail:       luigi.giardi@telecomitalia.sm

Test numbers are:

+378 (0549) 886228      ISMC Mr. Luigi Giardi

+378 (0549) 886377      Fixed tone

Telenet S.r.l. Service: fixed & mobile operator Assigned numbers: +378 51 IP services; +378 61 mobile services; +378 71 premium & video call services; +378 81, +378 85 fixed services

Strada degli Angariari, 3 47891 ROVERETA Republic of San Marino Tel:       +378 (0549) 888810 Fax:      +378 (0549) 888825 URL:     www.telenet.sm

 

Mr. Stefano SPITALERI Chief Operating Officer Tel:           +378 (0549) 888810 Fax:          +378 (0549) 888825 E-mail:     s spitaleri@telenet.sm

Test numbers are:

+378 (0549) 888827      Mr. Stefano Spitaleri

+378 51 999999              IP telephony services

+378 61 999999              Mobile services

+378 71 999999              Premium numbers & Video call services

+378 (0549) 819999      Fixed services

+378 (0549) 859999      Fixed services

San Marino Telecom S.p.A. Service: Mobile Operator Assigned numbers: +378 66 Voice services – +378 77 Video Call

Strada del lavoro 37 47892 GUALDICCIOLO Republic of San Marino Tel:          +378 66 21 21 00 URL:        www.smt.sm E-mail:    info@smt.sm

 

Mr. Leo Nardo Righi Wholesale & Carrier Services  Tel:           +378 66 21 2131 Fax:          +378 (0549) 999890 E-mail:     l.righi@smt.sm

Mr. Federico GARDELLI ISMC Manager Tel:         +378 66 21 21 00 Fax:        +378 (0549) 999890 E-mail:   f.gardelli@smt.sm

Test numbers are:

+378 66 661212              Mobile tone

Administrations and ROAs are requested to ensure that the above test numbers are immediately accessible.

Uruguay +598

Communication of 18.VI.2010

The Unidad Reguladora de Servicios de Comunicaciones (URSEC) , Montevideo, announces that the changes provided for in Uruguay's National Numbering Plan for fixed telephone numbering initially foreseen for 1 July 2010 will come into force on Sunday, 29 August 2010 as from 0200 hours local time.

Description of change in National Numbering Plan for country code +598 Uruguay in accordance with Recommendation E.129 (11/2009)

1            E.164 national numbering for country code 598

a)          Overview:

The minimum number length (excluding the country code) is 8 digits

The maximum number length (excluding the country code) is 8 digits

b)          Detail of numbering plan, country code 598:

 

NDC or leading digits of N(S)N

N(S)N number length

Usage of E.164 number

Maximum length

Minimum length

2XXX XXXX

8

8

Fixed telephony Montevideo and Montevideo metropolitan area

4XXX XXXX

8

8

Fixed telephony Interior of country

9XXX XXXX

8

8

Mobile telephony

  

2            Description of number change for country code 598

 

Date and time of change

N(S)N

Usage of E.164 number

Parallel running (international communications)

Operator

Old number

New

number

Begins

Ends

29/08/2010 0200 hours (local time)

300 0000 to 419 9999

4300 0000 to 4419 9999

Fixed telephony Interior of country

29/08/2010 0200 hours

29/08/2011 0200 hours

ANTEL

430 0000 to 799 9999

4430 0000 to 4799 9999

 

With the changes indicated, as from 0200 hours on 29 August 2010, all fixed and mobile telephone numbers in Uruguay will be 8-digit national numbers.

In order to call fixed or mobile telephone services in Uruguay from abroad, the country code followed by the 8‑digit national number should be dialled: +598 XXXX XXXX.

 

BASIC TECHNICAL PLAN: NATIONAL NUMBERING PLAN

OBJECTIVES

The objective of this National Numbering Plan (NNP) is to provide a basis for the appropriate use and administration of numbering as a limited national resource for the benefit of telecommunication service providers and users. The guiding principles of the plan consist in the rational and non-discriminatory assignment of available resources in conformity with the regulations in force. It is essential for the numbering to be easy to understand and used by users, and to provide them with guidance on the prices of calls.

3            STRUCTURE OF NATIONAL NUMBER

3.1        General

3.1.1    Length

All national numbers corresponding to geographic services (fixed and mobile telephony) will be 8 digits. Non-geographic services (intelligent network) will maintain a length of 7 digits.

3.1.2    Distribution of first digit

The first digit of the national number will be assigned as indicated in Table 3.1.

  

Table 3.1 – Structure of numbering plan

 

First digit

Assignment

0

Reserved for: PREFIXES FOR ACCESS TO OTHER NETWORKS AND SERVICES

1

Reserved for: SPECIAL SERVICES AND PREFIXES

2

Fixed TELEPHONY (MMA)

3

Reserved

4

Fixed TELEPHONY (INTERIOR)

5

Reserved

6

Reserved

7

Reserved

8

Different recovery mechanisms

9

Mobile telephony and value added services

MMA: Montevideo metropolitan area

The characters "*" and "#" remain assigned for free use by providers for access to network facilities and services.

3.2        Structure of geographic numbers

3.2.1    Structure of national number – Fixed telephony

The national number corresponding to the fixed telephone service will comprise 8 digits, as indicated in Table 3.2.

 

Table 3.2 – Structure of national number (fixed telephony)

 

National number – Fixed telephony (8 digits)

TRUNK CODE

SUBSCRIBER NUMBER

a

b c d e f g h

              A = 2: Montevideo metropolitan area

              A = 4: Interior of country

3.2.2    Structure of local number (fixed telephony)

The local subscriber number or directory number identifies users within a local service area.

Characteristics:

  • Restriction on use of digit "0" as the first digit of the subscriber number. Use of the digit "zero" (0) as the first digit of the subscriber number is restricted.

  • Restriction on use of digit "1" as the first digit of the subscriber number. Use of the digit "one" (1) as the first digit of the subscriber number is restricted.

 

3.2.3    Structure of national number – mobile telephony

The National Number corresponding to the mobile telephone service comprises the network code and subscriber number, and is composed of 8 digits, as indicated in Table 3.4

Table 3.4 – Structure of mobile telephone number

NATIONAL NUMBER – Mobile telephony (8 digits)

SERVICE CODE

SUBSCRIBER NUMBER

9B

c d e f g h

Where:

              B = 0 Assigned to value-added services

              B = 4 Abiatar S.A. (Movicom)

              B = 6 AM Wireless Uruguay S.A.

              B = 9 Ancel

              B = 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8 Reserved for future growth

The entire mobile network of each provider will constitute a single local service area.

3.3        Structure of non-geographic numbers (intelligent network services)

The generic structure of non-geographic numbers is indicated in Table 3.5.

Table 3.5 – Structure of non-geographic numbers

Non-geographic national number (7 digits)

Non-geographic service code

Customer number

ABC

d e f g

Table 3.6 indicates the national non-geographic services defined:

Table 3.6 – Description of non-geographic numbers

Code of non-geographic service

Description

800

Non-geographic freephone numbers (no local charge)

801 to 804, 806 to 810

Reserve for non-geographic freephone numbers

805

Non-geographic freephone numbers

900 to 908

Non-geographic value-added numbers

909

Access to Internet providers

3.4        Structure of special services codes

3.4.1    Structure of special services codes

The special services are set aside for emergency calls (fire brigade, police, emergencies), services for the public (official time, information, etc.), telecommunication service providers' customer care services (directory enquiries, repairs) and long-distance operator.

The special services numbers will employ the following format:

1XY

Where:

              1 = Special services code

              X = Generic code for type of special service

              Y = Code of specific service (0 to 9)

The 911 service is an exception.

The special services groups defined by generic "X" are indicated in Table 3.7. 

Table 3.7 – Special services code groups

Code group

Type of service

1 0 Y

Emergency services

1 1 Y

Public services

1 2 Y

Customer services

3.4.2    Codes assigned to special services

Table 3.8 indicates the codes assigned to the special services.

Table 3.8 – Codes assigned to special services

Assigned code

Service

104

Fire brigade

105

Emergencies – public health

106

Emergencies – prefecture

108

Emergencies – traffic police

109

Emergencies – police

112

Operator-assisted services for the hearing disabled

113

Services for the hearing disabled

116

Official time

118

Wake-up service

120

National long-distance operator

121

Complaints regarding the telephone service

122

Directory enquiries

123

Local provider's business customer service by telephone

125

Telephonogram

126

Service rates

128

Mercosur police

911

National emergency number

The special services codes are to be the same for all networks, so as to facilitate their use by subscribers. All providers – including for mobile – must provide access to them.

3.5        Structure of identification code of international long-distance provider

The provider's code will be structured as follows:

JK

Where:

              J = 3, ..., 9 (J = 0 is reserved for future development; J = 1 is assigned for frontier traffic;

              J = 2 is reserved for operator-assisted collect calls); K = 0, 1, ..., 9

4            DIALLING PROCEDURES

4.1        Dialling procedure for local calls within the fixed network

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.1 to make local calls within the fixed network.

 

Table 4.1 – Dialling procedure for local calls

Type of call

Digits to be dialled

Local

Subscriber's number

4.2        Dialling procedure for calls from fixed to mobile network

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.2 to make calls from the fixed to the mobile network.

Table 4.2 – Dialling procedure for calls from fixed to mobile

Type of call

Digits to be dialled

Mobile network

0 + network identifier + subscriber's number

4.3        Dialling procedure for calls from mobile network to any national network

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.3 to make calls from a mobile network to any national network.

Table 4.3 – Dialling procedure for local calls from mobile telephones

Type of call

Digits to be dialled

Comment

National call

0 + national number

Dialling is mandatory when the fixed network is not a single local service area

National call

National number

Dialling is optional when the fixed network is not a single local service area

4.4        Prefixes for access to other networks and services

All service providers shall be required to use the same prefixes, in accordance with Table 4.4, when those prefixes are required to offer a service.

Table 4.4 – Access prefixes

Prefix

Meaning

0

Automatic national long-distance call and access to other networks

00

Automatic international long-distance call

01

International long-distance keypad selection and automatic frontier traffic

4.5        Dialling procedure for automatic national long-distance calls

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.5 to make national long-distance calls.

Table 4.5 – Dialling procedure for automatic national long-distance calls

Type of call

Digits to be dialled

National long distance

0 + national number

 

4.6        Dialling procedure for frontier traffic calls

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.6 to make a call to a frontier area.

Table 4.6 – Dialling procedure for calls to a frontier area

Type of call

Digits to be dialled

Frontier traffic

011 + frontier number

4.7        Dialling procedure for automatic international calls

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.7 to make an international call.

Table 4.7 – Dialling procedure for international calls

Type of call

Modality

Digits to be dialled

International long distance

Preselected provider

00 + international number

Selection of provider

01 + JK + International number

Where:

              JK = Code of international long-distance provider

4.8        Dialling procedure for access to special services

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.8 to access the special services.

Table 4.8 – Dialling procedure for access to special services

Type of call

Digits to be dialled

Special services provided by local provider

Code of local service

4.9        Dialling procedure for non-geographic numbers

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.9 to make calls to national non-geographic numbers.

Table 4.9 – Dialling procedure for national non-geographic numbers

Destination

Digits to be dialled

National non-geographic number

0 + non-geographic number

4.10     Dialling procedure for international long-distance operator

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.10 in order to communicate with the international long-distance operator.

Table 4.10 – Dialling procedure for international long-distance operator

Destination

Modality

Digits to be dialled

International long-distance operator

Preselected provider

000

Selection of provider

01 + JK + 000

Where:

              JK = Code of international long-distance provider

5            PROVISIONS FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT

5.1        Numbers reserved for access prefixes and special services codes

The following numbers are in reserve; they can be used as access prefixes or codes for special services.

Table 5.1 – Reserve of prefixes and special services

Number

Assignment

13

Reserve

14

Reserve

15

Reserve

16

Reserve

17

Reserve

18

Reserve

19

Reserve

5.2        First digit of national numbers (ranges in reserve)

The following numbering ranges are being kept in reserve for use as new trunk codes or new non-geographic services.

Table 5.2 – Reserve – first digit of national numbers

Number

Assignment

3

Reserve

5

Reserve

6

Reserve

7

Reserve

5.3        First digit of international long-distance provider codes

The first digit J = 0 of the international long-distance provider codes is being kept in reserve for future expansion.

6            MIGRATION PROCESS

6.1        Dissemination

The changes to be effected as part of this transition must be disseminated fully in order to explain the rationale and basis thereof and in order to allow users to assimilate the new NNP.

6.2        Detailed programme of changes

6.2.1    Migration of geographic numbers – fixed telephony

–            Migration to 8 digits:

  • Migration to 8 digits: All national numbers presently comprising 7 digits will be increased to 8 digits by adding a 4 at the beginning of the existing number.

  • Increasing the length of local numbers: All local numbers presently comprising less than 7 digits will be increased to 7 digits by adding those digits corresponding to the area code at the beginning of the subscriber number.

Region

Locality

Existing subscriber number

New subscriber number

MMA

Pocitos

2-7079321

2-7079321

East

Maldonado

42-114000

4-2114000

East

Aiguá

446-2000

4-4462000

Central South

Canelones

33-11820

4-3311820

Coastal South

Cardona

536-7000

4-5367000

North

Rivera

62-20000

4-6220000

North

Quebracho Ruralcel

7504-000

4-7504000

Parallel running: International long-distance providers will be required to allow access to international calls dialled using the former numbering for a year following migration and to effect all the transfers required to hand them over to another network within Uruguay.

6.2.2    Migration of services not complying with this NNP

Providers will have up until the date of migration to relocate the services and numbers to comply with this NNP. URSEC may authorize exceptional periods of parallel running in order to resolve specific technical problems.

6.2.3    Migration of services in non-geographic numbering plans

Non-geographic numbering will be national and will therefore have to be accessible from anywhere in Uruguay and from any network using the same numbering. Customers contracting non-geographic numbers will be able to restrict or select the sources from which they wish to receive calls.

6.2.4    Use of prefixes for international long-distance provider selection

Once the relevant notification has been received from the Unidad Reguladora de Servicios de Comunicaciones (URSEC), local service providers (fixed and mobile) will have six months in which to make it possible to select the international long-distance provider by dialling.

6.2.5    National number dialling

At the request of providers, URSEC may authorize national number dialling without the need to dial the prefix 0.

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 Issuer Identifier Numbers for the International Telecommunication Charge Card

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

P  34    Netherlands    ADD

Country/ geographical area

Company Name/Address

Issuer Identifier Number

Contact

Effective date of usage

Netherlands

Teleena Nederland B.V. Kritjwal 29 NIEUWEGEIN

 

89 31 07

Mr. Timo Smit Teleena Nederland B.V. Kritjwal 29 NIEUWEGEIN Tel:         +31 638 181818 E-mail:   timo@teleena.com

1.I.2008

Amd. no. 3 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. 958 — 15.VI.2010

P  30     Sweden     ADD

Country/geographical area

MCC + MNC*

Name of Operator/Network

Sweden

240 23

Infobip LTD

______________

*     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 Signalling Area/Network Codes (SANC)

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

Numeric order     ADD

P  16

6-135

Nigeria (Federal Republic of)

 

Alphabetical order    ADD

P  27

6-135

Nigeria (Federal Republic of)

 

______________

SANC:    Signalling Area/Network Codes.

              Codes de zone/réseau sémaphore.

              Códigos de zona/red de señalización.

Amd. no. 4 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. 956 — 15.V.2010

Country/ Geographical Area

Unique name of the signalling point

Name of the signalling point operator

ISPC

DEC

P 33  Georgia    ADD

5-233-2

12106

 

Geocell Ltd

PP 109-117   United Kingdom    SUP

2-075-1

4697

DA LON 1

Data Access Telecom Ltd

2-147-1

5273

London 1

City Communications (SE) Ltd

2-147-7

5279

5279 Lannet London 4

Lan-Net Telecommunications Ltd

2-153-5

5325

5325 London STP

Teleglobe International Ltd

2-154-0

5328

5328 Birmingham 1

Opera Telecom

2-154-7

5335

5335 ELARA01

Elaracom Ltd

2-155-0

5336

5336 Xgate 2

Switchware Ltd

2-155-6

5342

5342 Viafone Birkenhead 1

Via-Fon Ltd

2-161-2

5386

D2C London

D2C Telecom Ltd

2-161-4

5388

Teleglobe LHX

Teleglobe International Ltd

2-161-7

5391

London STP

Teleglobe International Ltd

2-162-0

5392

Singtel London 1

SingTel (Europe) Ltd

2-165-1

5417

VOEX-UK-3

Network Brokers Ltd

2-165-2

5418

Warrington TeS

Your Communications Ltd

2-166-0

5424

London 4

Teleglobe International Ltd

2-166-7

5431

VOEX-UK-4

Network Brokers Ltd

2-167-2

5434

Manchester 1

Centrica Telecommunications

2-169-5

5453

MSC 39

O2 (UK) Ltd

2-170-3

5459

5459 Cowes 1

Wight Cable 2005 Ltd

2-170-4

5460

5460 Egham 01

VTL (UK) Ltd

2-175-3

5499

L/TZX/2

Telco Global Network Services Ltd

2-176-1

5505

JM2 (1)

Jetmode Communications Ltd

2-176-5

5509

London

Clemcom

2-176-6

5510

THN 1

Wire9 Telecom plc

2-177-3

5515

Expo and Wavecrest

Airflow Global Ltd

2-177-7

5519

London 1

Centrica Telecommunications

2-178-4

5524

London 3

Teleglobe International Ltd

2-186-4

5588

Ldnux 3

TeliaSonera International Carrier UK Ltd

2-186-6

5590

Leodis Court

Affiniti Integrated Solutions Ltd

7-237-3

16235

London 3

Teleglobe International Ltd

7-237-4

16236

London 4

Teleglobe International Ltd

7-237-5

16237

London 5

Teleglobe International Ltd

7-237-6

16238

London 6

Teleglobe International Ltd

7-243-0

16280

16280 THN1/MSC

Wire9 Telecom plc

7-243-1

16281

16281 THN2/MSC

Wire9 Telecom plc

PP 109-117  United Kingdom    ADD

2-075-1

4697

 

Orange

2-147-1

5273

 

Fix Group Technologies

2-147-7

5279

 

Bellingham Telecommunications Limited

2-153-5

5325

 

Tata Communications (UK) Ltd

2-154-0

5328

 

AT&T Global Network Services (UK) B.V.

2-154-7

5335

 

Yaana Technologies LLC

2-155-0

5336

 

I-21 Limited

2-155-6

5342

 

I-21 Limited

2-161-2

5386

 

Orange

2-161-4

5388

 

Tata Communications (UK) Ltd

2-161-7

5391

 

Tata Communications (UK) Ltd

2-162-0

5392

 

Orange

2-165-1

5417

 

Orange

2-165-2

5418

 

Orange

2-166-0

5424

 

Tata Communications (UK) Ltd

2-166-7

5431

 

Orange

2-167-2

5434

 

Orange

2-169-5

5453

 

Orange

2-170-3

5459

 

Orange

2-170-4

5460

 

Orange

2-175-3

5499

 

Orange

2-176-1

5505

 

Orange

2-176-5

5509

 

Easynet Group Ltd

2-176-6

5510

 

Easynet Group Ltd

2-177-3

5515

 

Syniverse Technologies Inc

2-177-7

5519

 

Syniverse Technologies Inc

2-178-4

5524

 

Tata Communications (UK) Ltd

2-186-4

5588

 

CITIC Telecom 1616 (UK) Ltd

2-186-6

5590

 

Epsilon Telecommunications Ltd

7-237-3

16235

 

Tata Communications (UK) Ltd

7-237-4

16236

 

Tata Communications (UK) Ltd

7-237-5

16237

 

Tata Communications (UK) Ltd

7-237-6

16238

 

Tata Communications (UK) Ltd

7-243-0

16280

 

Cloud9

7-243-1

16281

 

Cloud9

Country/ Geographical Area

Unique name of the signalling point

Name of the signalling point operator

ISPC

DEC

P 12   Belgium    SUP

2-013-0

4200

Combellga

2-013-3

4203

Concert-Bruxelles-Ensor

Concert Communications Company

P 12  Belgium    ADD

2-013-0

4200

 

Wind International Services SA Belgium

2-013-3

4203

 

Wind International Services SA Belgium

2-013-4

4204

 

Wind International Services SA Belgium

2-013-5

4205

 

Wind International Services SA Belgium

P 67  Malta    ADD

5-235-2

12122

GOM STP C

Mobisle Communications Ltd

5-235-3

12123

GOM STP D

Mobisle Communications Ltd

P 77  Nigeria    ADD

6-041-0

12616

 

Visafone

6-041-1

12617

LGSTP1

EMTS

6-041-2

12618

LAGOSINT.ITSC1

EMTS

6-041-3

12619

CCNS1.IPXS2

G-Cell

6-041-4

12620

TEIGL1_C4STP

EMTS

6-041-5

12621

MLTL2

Multilinks

P 77  Nigeria    LIR

6-043-1

12633

LGMSCO5

VEE Networks (Zain)

6-043-2

12634

LGTSCO1

VEE Networks (Zain)

6-043-6

12638

MLTL1

Multilinks

6-043-7

12639

LAGEMXINT

Intercellular

P 88  Samoa    ADD

5-098-4

11028

Mobile Int Roaming 1

SamoaTel

5-098-5

11029

Mobile Int Roaming 2

SamoaTel

P 88  Samoa    LIR

5-098-0

11024

Int-Gateway/PSTN Switch

SamoaTel

 

____________

ISPC:      International Signalling Point Codes.

              Codes de points sémaphores internationaux .

              Códigos de puntos de señalización internacional .

Amd. to List of Names of Administration Management Domains (ADMD)

In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation F.400

P   32  United Kingdom   ADD

 

Country

ADMD Name

Country code 1

Service Name(s)

HELPDESK

AUTOANSWER

Contact Address

MT

IPM

other

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Royaume-Uni

United Kingdom

Reino Unido

ISODE

GB

ISODE 400-MT

ISODE 400-IPM

 

S=support

O=isode

A=isode

C=gb

CN=autoanswer

O=isode

A=isode

C=gb

5 Castle Business Village

36 Station Road

HAMPTON

Middlesex TW12 2BX

X.400:

S=enquiries;

O= isode;

A=isode;

C=gb;

E-mail: enquiries@isode.com

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

 

Country

Country Code (CC)

Jordan

+962

French Polynesia

+689

Qatar

+974

Tunisia

+216

Uruguay

+598