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  2. Telephone numbers in the Philippines - Wikipedia

    NTC has assigned the following Public Telecommunications Entity (PTE) identifiers:[2][3] 3000-YYYY to 3499-YYYY: Bayan Telecommunications 5300-YYYY to 5799-YYYY: Eastern CommunicationsPhilippines 6000-YYYY to 6699-YYYY: ABS-CBN Convergence 7XXX-YYYY: Globe Telecom/ Innove Communications 8XXX-YYYY: PLDT/ Digital Telecommunications Philippines

  3. List of mobile telephone prefixes by country - Wikipedia

    Mobile phones use geographic area codes (two digits): after that, all numbers assigned to mobile service have nine digits, starting with 6, 7, 8 or 9 (example: +55 15 99999–9999). 90 is not possible, because collect calls start with this number. xx 7: xx 8: xx 9: British Indian Ocean Territory +246: 380 7 387 British Virgin Islands +1: 284: 10

  4. Mobile country code - Wikipedia

    The ITU-T Recommendation E.212 defines mobile country codes (MCC) as well as mobile network codes (MNC). Overview [ edit] 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).

  5. List of countries by number of mobile phones in use - Wikipedia

    This list ranks the countries of the world by the number of mobile phone numbers in use. Note that it is not the number of phone devices that are being given here, but the number of phone numbers in a country. In some countries, one person might have two mobile phones. Also, some mobile phone numbers may be used by machines as a modem (examples ...

  6. List of country calling codes - Wikipedia

    Member countries of the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) are assigned three-digit area codes under the common country prefix 1, shown in the format +1 XXX . The North American Numbering Plan includes: +1 – Canada. +1 – United States, including United States territories: +1 340 – United States Virgin Islands.

  7. National conventions for writing telephone numbers - Wikipedia

    An example for mobile numbers is as follows: 09xx xxx xxxx (in Iran) +98 9xx xxx xxxx (outside Iran) Japan The traditional convention for phone numbers is (0AA) NXX-XXXX, where 0AA is the area code and NXX-XXXX is the subscriber number.

  8. List of emergency telephone numbers - Wikipedia

    Country Police Ambulance Fire Notes Afghanistan 119: 112: 119 Bahrain 999: Mobile phones - 112, Traffic police - 199, Coast Guard - 994. Bangladesh 999: Anti Corruption Commission - 106, Agricultural Information Services - 16123, Health Services 16263, Dhaka WASA 16162, Women and Children Ministry 109, Legal Services 16430, National Information Service - 333, IEDCR Helpline (for CoVid-19) - 10655