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Telephone numbers in Equatorial Guinea

Country Code: +240
International Call Prefix: 00
Trunk Prefix:


Calling formats

To call in Equatorial Guinea, the following format is used:

  • xx xxx xxxx - calls within Equatorial Guinea
  • +240 yy xxx xxxx - calls from outside Equatorial Guinea

The NSN length is nine digits.

Area codes

The structure of the numbering system of the public switched telephone network is geographic, with number portability, as follows:[1]

DN + NDC + SN = NSN = NJ XPQ MCDU

DN (Network code) = NJ

NDC (Numbering area) = XPQ

SN (Subscriber number) = MCDU

For landlines, 3J XPQ MCDU where J cannot be 0.

'M', 'C', 'D', and 'U' stand for thousands, hundreds, tens, and units, respectively.

LIST OF FIXED ALLOCATIONS[2]
Service
(landline = 3)
Operator code
(1 to 9)
Two digits
(unspecified use)
Area code
(one digit)
Subscriber number
(four digits)
Area/Usage
(place name or service)
3 1 to 9 XX 9 XXXX Bioko Island
8 Litoral/Annobón
7 Centro-Sur/Kie-Ntem/Wele-Nzás
6 CDMA fixed
5 Centro-Sur/Kié-Ntem/Wele-Nzás (reserved)
4 CDMA fixed
3 Bioko Island (reserved)
2 Litoral/Annobón (reserved)
1 Bioko Island (reserved)

Numbers beginning 4 are reserved for future fixed services.

Mobile numbers

The structure of the numbering system of the cellular mobile telephone network is non-geographic, as follows:[3]

DN + SN = NSN = NJ XPQ MCDU

DN (Network code) = NDC = NJ

SN (Subscriber number) = XPQMCDU

Numbers beginning 2 or 5 are in use for mobile telephones.

Numbers beginning 6 and 7 are reserved for future mobile services.

Value added services

For value-added services such as freephone numbers, shared cost numbers and personal numbers, numbers will comprise nine digits, with the following format:

80X PQMCDU, (P ≠ 0)

For valued-added services such as premium rate services for businesses, premium rate services that are leisure-related, and Internet access, numbers will comprise nine digits, with the following format:

90X PQMCDU (P ≠ 0)

Numbers for intelligent network services are non-geographic.

Allocations by operator

Fixed

  • Fixed service, 3J XPQMCDU
LIST OF FIXED ALLOCATIONS
Operator Format Area
GETESA 33 3P9 MCDU Bioko
33 3P8 MCDU Litoral/Annobón
33 3P7 MCDU Centro-Sur/Kié-Ntem/Wele-Nzás
33 XP4 MCDU CDMA Bioko
33 XP6 MCDU CDMA Continental Region
HiTs G.E. S.A. 35 XP9 MCDU Bioko
35 XP8 MCDU Litoral/Annobón
35 XP7 MCDU Centro-Sur/Kié-Ntem/Wele-Nzás

Mobile

  • Mobile service, 2J XPQMCDU and 5J XPQMCDU
LIST OF MOBILE ALLOCATIONS
Operator Format
GETESA 22 2PQMCDU
HiTs G.E. S.A. 55 1PQMCDU

Previous fixed codes

LIST OF FIXED AREA CODES IN 2009
Area/City Area Code
Bata (Continent) 8 XXXXX
Malabo (Bioko Island) 9 XXXXX
Malabo (Continent) 7 XXXXX

References



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