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  2. Telephone numbers in the Philippines - Wikipedia

    Some of the first area codes to be assigned for mobile phones were 912 for Mobiline/Piltel, 915 for Islacom, 917 for Globe Telecom, 918 for Smart Communications, and 973 for Express Telecom. [4] As service began growing rapidly since the 1990s, new codes have been added to meet demand as existing codes have since been exhausted.

  3. Telecommunications in the Philippines - Wikipedia

    Mobile Numbers are coded base on network providers ranging from 0800 to 0999, [5] and international code for Philippines replace the zero to make an international call to the Philippines that would make it +63800 to +63999. Mobile market [ edit]

  4. List of mobile telephone prefixes by country - Wikipedia

    268 7xx. 10. NANP member. Argentina. +54. 9/15. 10. All carriers: Claro, Movistar, Personal, Tuenti. 15 before the local number but after long distance area code for national calls (0 11 15 xxxx-xxxx) and 9 placed after the international access code excluding the 15 for international calls (+54 9 11 xxxx-xxxx).

  5. Category:Mobile phone companies of the Philippines - Wikipedia

    Pages in category "Mobile phone companies of the Philippines" The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total. This list may not reflect recent changes.

  6. Mobile country code - Wikipedia

    The mobile country code consists of three decimal digits and the mobile network code consists of two or three decimal digits (for example: MNC of 001 is not the same as MNC of 01). The first digit of the mobile country code identifies the geographic region as follows (the digits 1 and 8 are not used): 0: Test networks. 2: Europe.

  7. Mobile number portability - Wikipedia

    For example, in Portugal any call to a ported mobile number includes an announcement that the number has been ported. Uptake of porting varies considerably by market: A report by Irish regulator Comreg shows over 3 million Irish mobile numbers ported between 2004 and 2013, [3] whereas in Portugal, with a much larger population of mobile users ...

  8. List of emergency telephone numbers - Wikipedia

    112 – emergency number across the European Union and on GSM mobile networks across the world; 119 – emergency number in Jamaica and parts of Asia; 122 – emergency number for specific services in several countries; 911 – emergency number in North America and the Philippines; 999 – emergency number in many countries; Explanatory notes