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  2. Telephone numbers in the Philippines - Wikipedia

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    As such, a typical telephone number in Metro Manila and Rizal would look like this: Within Metro Manila, Rizal, and cities of Bacoor and San Pedro: 8123-4567. Outside Metro Manila, Rizal, and cities of Bacoor and San Pedro: 02-8123-4567. Overseas calls: +63-2-8123-4567. Since October 6, 2019, all telephone numbers under area 2 had been migrated ...

  3. List of mobile telephone prefixes by country - Wikipedia

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    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).

  4. Telecommunications in the Philippines - Wikipedia

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    Mobile SIMs in use 173.2 million (2020) Mobile prefixes used. Mobile Numbers are coded base on network providers ranging from 0800 to 0999, and international code for Philippines replace the zero to make an international call to the Philippines that would make it +63800 to +63999.

  5. Provinces of the Philippines - Wikipedia

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    June 28 – Name of Paragua changed to Palawan through Act No. 1363. 1906–1907. January 1, 1906 – Masbate annexed to Sorsogon as sub-province through Act No. 1413 enacted on November 23, 1905. May 9, 1907 – Apayao and Kalinga established as sub-provinces of Cagayan and Lepanto-Bontoc, respectively, through Act No. 1642.

  6. List of emergency telephone numbers - Wikipedia

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    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

  7. List of banks in the Philippines - Wikipedia

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    The Philippines has a comprehensive banking system encompassing various types of banks, from large universal banks to small rural banks and even non-banks.As of 17 October 2017, there were 36 universal and commercial banks, 57 savings banks, 492 rural banks, 40 credit unions and 6,267 non-banks with quasi-banking functions, all licensed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the ...

  8. Mobile number portability - Wikipedia

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    Mobile number portability is implemented in varying ways across the globe. The International and European standard specifies that a customer wishing to port their number contact the new network (recipient), which then sends the number portability request (NPR) to the current network (donor). This is known as "recipient-led" porting.