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Telephone numbers in São Tomé and Príncipe

Country Code: +239
International Call Prefix: 00
Trunk Prefix: none

Calling formats

  • yyy xxxx - Calls inside São Tomé and Príncipe
  • +239 yyy xxxx - Calls from outside São Tomé and Príncipe

The NSN length is seven digits and there are no area codes.

Allocations

LIST OF ALLOCATIONS[1]
First digit Description
0 Reserved (future use)
1 Special numbering and short numbers (e.g., emergency, information, ...)
2 Fixed telephone service numbers
3 Reserved (Nomadic services)
4 Reserved (future use)
5 Reserved (future use)
6 Non-geographic numbers (premium rate services, audiotex, ...)
7 Non-geographic numbers (VPN, UPN, ...)
8 Non-geographic numbers (national freephone numbers, IFS, HCD, UPS, ...)
9 Mobile services

List of number ranges in São Tomé and Príncipe

LIST OF NUMBER RANGES[2]
Telephone Number Area/City
222 0000 to 222 0199 Santo Amaro
222 1000 to 222 8999 Água Grande
223 1000 to 223 1199 Guadalupe
223 3000 to 223 3299 Neves, Santa Catarina
224 0000 to 224 9999 Água Grande
225 1000 to 225 1399 Região Autonoma do Príncipe
226 1000 to 226 1199 Angolares, Porto Alegre
226 5000 to 226 5299 Santana, Ribeira Afonso
227 1000 to 227 1999 Trindade
227 2100 to 227 2199 Madalena
228 0000 to 228 9999 Água Grande
229 0000 to 229 9999 Água Grande
624 0000 to 624 9999 ISP – Companhia Santomense de Telecomunicações (CST)
980 0000 to 999 9999 Mobile GSM – CST

References

  1. ^ http://www.itu.int/oth/T02020000B6/en
  2. ^ http://www.itu.int/oth/T02020000B6/en


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