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Telephone numbers in Poland

Poland telephone numbers
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Telephone area codes in Poland
Location
CountryPoland
ContinentEurope
RegulatorUKE
TypeClosed
NSN length9
Typical formatxx xxx xx xx (geographic)
xxx xxx xxx (mobile)
Access codes
Country calling code+48
International call prefix00
Trunk prefixnone

The assignment of telephone numbers in Poland is controlled by the Office of Electronic Communications (Urząd Komunikacji Elektronicznej or UKE), the national regulatory authority.

Geographic numbers

Number format

Polish telephone numbers have 9 digits since 30 September 2009.[1] The prefix '0' is no longer used when making a call within the country.[2]

 xx xxx xx xx  (within Poland)
 +48 xx xxx xx xx  (outside Poland)

National area codes

Place Code
Kraków 12
Krosno 13
Tarnów 14
Tarnobrzeg 15
Przemyśl 16
Rzeszów 17
Nowy Sącz 18
Warsaw 22
Ciechanów 23
Płock 24
Siedlce 25
Ministry of National Defence 26
Ostrołęka 29
Katowice 32
Bielsko-Biała 33
Częstochowa 34
Kielce 41
Łódź 42
Sieradz 43
Piotrków Trybunalski 44
Skierniewice 46
Ministry of the Interior 47
Radom 48
Bydgoszcz 52
Włocławek 54
Elbląg 55
Toruń 56
Gdańsk 58
Słupsk 59
Poznań 61
Kalisz 62
Konin 63
Leszno 65
Piła 67
Zielona Góra 68
Wrocław 71
Wałbrzych 74
Jelenia Góra 75
Legnica 76
Opole 77
Lublin 81
Chełm 82
Biała Podlaska 83
Zamość 84
Białystok 85
Łomża 86
Suwałki 87
Olsztyn 89
Szczecin 91
Koszalin 94
Gorzów Wielkopolski 95

Mobile numbers

Number format

9 digits, starting with 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 (not all).

Mobile codes

  45x xxx xxx
  50x xxx xxx
  51x xxx xxx
  53x xxx xxx
  57x xxx xxx
  60x xxx xxx
  66x xxx xxx
  69x xxx xxx
  72x xxx xxx
  73x xxx xxx
  78x xxx xxx
  79x xxx xxx
  88x xxx xxx

The same codes are used by mobile virtual network operators.

Non-geographic numbers

Premium rate services

  70 xxx xx xx

Shared cost numbers

  801 xxx xxx

Free (for callers in Poland)

  800 xxx xxx

Other numbers

   Paging services
  64 x 000
  64 x xxx xxx
   Carrier Selection Code
  10xx
  10xxx
   UTR VSAT, Tekstofon, Fixed SMS
  802 xxx xxx
   UAN (universal number)
  804 xxx xxx
   VPN
  806 xxx xxx
   VCC
  808 xxx xxx
   VoIP
  39x xxx xxx
   NDSI - dialed access to data networks incl. Internet
  20 xx xx


References

  1. ^ Directive of the Minister of Infrastructure dated 28.01.2008 (Dziennik Ustaw, 2008, no. 52, pt. 307))
  2. ^ "The change of the national numbering for the public telephone networks". Office of Electronic Communications (UKE). 14 May 2010. Archived from the original on 16 January 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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