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  • Nome: Benim
  • Código: 229, também +229, 00229, 00 229, 00-229, +229-, +00229, 0229, 000229, 011-229 etc.


'Benin' (country code +229)

Communication of 23.VI.2005:

The Ministère de la Communication et de la Promotion des Technologies Nouvelles, Cotonou, announces that, owing to the saturation of the existing six-digit (6) telephone numbering plan, the Republic of Benin has decided to replace that plan with a new, eight-digit (8) plan. The date that has been set for the changeover from the old to the new plan is Friday, 16 September 2005, at midnight.

New national telephone numbering plan in 'Benin

• Introduction

The introduction of the new telecommunication services numbering plan in Benin should result in a simple numbering structure, an end to number shortages and competitive imbalances, and the introduction of new services.

The main requirements in regard to the new national telephone numbering plan are as follows:

– Introduction of a National Numbering Plan (NNP) structure based on international standards.

– Increased numbering capacity available for fixed and mobile operators.

– Accommodation of competition in the liberalized telecommunication market.

– Easy identification of telecommunication services.

– Creation of numbering reserves allowing for the development of new telecommunication services and emergence of new operators (number portability, ...).

– Avoidance of renumbering wherever possible by maintaining the current structure of existing numbers.

Structure of the new numbering plan

• General structure


First digit A
Following digit(s)
Remarks
0
0

International access prefix

0
X / XY

Reserved for future use (choice of carrier, ...)

1
XY / XYZ

Customer assistance, emergency, social, health and other services

2
BPQMCDU

Geographic numbers (fixed network operator(s))

3, 4, 5, 6
BPQMCDU

Reserved for future use

7
XYZ

Short numbers for access to servers and value-added services

8
BPQMCDU

Long numbers for access to value-added services and service providers

9
BPQMCDU

Non-geographic numbers (mobile network operators)


• Detailed structure


0 block:   Access prefixes

Numbers
Remarks
00

International access prefix (unchanged)

0X or 0XY

Reserved for future use (choice of carrier, ...)





'1 block:   Emergency and assistance services

Numbers
Remarks
10Y or 10YZ

In reserve (1)

11Y:

Civil protection and security safety services:

117

Emergency service – police

118

Emergency service – fire

12Y:

OPT operator services:

120

International semi-automatic

122

Enquiries

123

Complaints

124

Actel

125

Semi-automatic long-distance

Other three-digit numbers

In reserve

13Y, 14Y, 15Y or 13YZ to 15YZ

In reserve (1)

16Y:

Social services

160

Juvenile squad

Other three-digit numbers

In reserve

17Y to 19Y or 17YZ to 19YZ

In reserve (1)

(1)   These blocks may subsequently be opened up to four (4) digits if necessary.


2 block:   Geographic numbers (fixed networks)

Numbers
Remarks
AB
PQMCDU


20
XXXXXX

Ouémé, Plateau geographic area

21
XXXXXX

Littoral, Atlantique geographic area

22
XXXXXX

Mono, Couffo, Zou, Collines geographic area

23
XXXXXX

Atacora, Donga, Alibori, Borgou geographic area

24 to 29
XXX XXX

In reserve


3, 4, 5, 6 blocks:   In reserve (currently no known numbers)





7 block:   Short numbers for access to servers and value-added services

Numbers
Remarks

70YZ, 71YZ, 72YZ

Short numbers (paying)

73YZ, 74YZ, 75YZ

Short numbers (free-of-charge)

76YZ to 79YZ

In reserve






8 block:   Long numbers for access to value-added services and service providers

Numbers
Remarks
AB
PQMCDU


80
XXXXXX

Long numbers for access to services (Internet provider, prepayment, videotext, ..)

81
XXXXXX

Reserved for value-added services (freephone numbers, local-call-rate numbers, ..)

82 to 84
XXXXXX

In reserve

85
XXXXXX

Service providers (including “virtual operators”)

86 to 89
XXXXXX

In reserve


9 block:   Non-geographic numbers (mobile networks)

Numbers
Remarks
AB
PQMCDU


90
XXXXXX

Libercom: existing PQ

93
XXXXXX

BBCom: existing PQ

95
XXXXXX

Telecel: existing PQ

97
XXXXXX

BéninCell: existing PQ

91, 92, 94, 96, 98, 99
XXXXXX

In reserve


• Remarks

The purpose of the proposed modifications is to divide the numbers in Benin’s national telephone numbering plan into categories in such a way as to:

– Be able, in the future, to apply a specific form of management to each category: allocation arrangements, fees, etc.

– Ensure that users are easily able to identify the nature of a given telecommunication service.

0 block

– The international prefix “00” continues, as before, to identify the following digits as the country code for an international call.

– Numbers beginning with “0” and followed by X or XY (where X is other than “0”) will at a later stage serve to select the operator (carrier) responsible for routing national or international calls.

1 block

– Special services are assigned a three-digit (3) number. Certain reserved blocks may be open to four-digit (4) numbers if required. The numbers for such services will be classified according to the nature of the service; for example, one range of numbers for civil protection and security services, another for social services and, at a later stage, a range of numbers for health services, etc.

2 block

– Numbers beginning with “2” are known as “geographic” numbers and are used for addressing, either directly or indirectly, termination points and equipment connected to a fixed telecommunication network. Such numbers now comprise eight (8) digits as opposed to the previous six (6).

– Ten million numbers are available within this block.

3, 4, 5, 6 blocks

– Numbers beginning with “3”, “4”, “5”, “6” are reserved for future use.

– 40 million such numbers are in reserve.


7 block

– Numbers beginning with “7” are short, four-digit (4) numbers reserved for access to servers and value-added services (prepayment, information servers, …).

– Ten thousand numbers are available within this block.

8 block

– Numbers beginning with “8” are reserved for access to value-added services (Internet servers, videotext, other services of the freephone/local-call-charge type, etc.) and for service providers (e.g. virtual operators). Such numbers comprise eight (8) digits.

– Ten million numbers are available within this block.

9 block

– Numbers beginning with “9” are used for addressing, either directly or indirectly, termination points, equipment or services connected to a mobile telecommunication network. These numbers comprise eight (8) digits as opposed to the previous six (6).

– Ten million numbers are available within this block.

• New numbering plan

The following table sets forth the new numbers used in each numbering block and their correspondence with the former numbers.


0 block:   Access prefixes

Service
Old number
New number

International access to prefix

00
00

0X and 0XY in reserve


1 block:   Emergency and assistance services

Service
Old number
New number

10Y or 10YZ in reserve

Civil protection and security/safety services (11Y):

Emergency service – police

17
117

Emergency service – fire

18
118

OPT operator services (12Y):

International semi-automatic

10
120

Enquiries

12
122

Complaints

13
123

Actel

14
124

Semi-automatic long-distance

15
125

13Y, 14Y, 15Y or 13YZ to 15YZ in reserve

Social services (16Y):

Juvenile squad

16
160

17Y to 19Y or 17YZ to 19YZ in reserve








'2 block:   Geographic numbers (fixed networks)

Allocated to
Old number
New number

Ouémé, Plateau:

Ongala

21 XXXX
20 21 XXXX

Kandiévé

22 XXXX
20 22 XXXX

Sèmè

24 XXXX
20 24 XXXX

Pobè, Kétou

25 XXXX
20 25 XXXX

Sakété, Igolo

26 XXXX
20 26 XXXX

Adjohoun

27 XXXX
20 27 XXXX

Fixed cellular

29 XXXX
20 29 XXXX

Littoral, Atlantique:

Cadjehoun

30 XXXX
21 30 XXXX

Ganhi

31 XXXX
21 31 XXXX

Jéricho

32 XXXX
21 32 XXXX

Akpakpa

33 XXXX
21 33 XXXX

Ouidah

34 XXXX
21 34 XXXX

Godomey

35 XXXX
21 35 XXXX

Abomey-Calaci

36 XXXX
21 36 XXXX

Allada

37 XXXX
21 37 XXXX

Kouhounou Fixe

38 XXXX
21 38 XXXX

Fixed cellular

39 XXXX
21 39 XXXX

Maritime radio

73 6XXX
21 73 6XXX

Mono, Couffo, Zou, Collines:

Lokossa

41 XXXX
22 41 XXXX

Come

43 XXXX
22 43 XXXX

Dogbo

46 XXXX
22 46 XXXX

Fixed cellular

49 XXXX
22 49 XXXX

Abomey

50 XXXX
22 50 XXXX

Bohicon

51 XXXX
22 51 XXXX

Covè

52 XXXX
22 52 XXXX

Dassa-Zoumé

53 XXXX
22 53 XXXX

Savalou

54 XXXX
22 54 XXXX

Savè

55 XXXX
22 55 XXXX

Fixed cellular

59 XXXX
22 59 XXXX

Atacora, Donga, Alibori, Borgou:

Parakou

61 XXXX
23 61 XXXX

Nikki, Ndali

62 XXXX
23 62 XXXX

Kandi, Gogounou, Ségbana

63 XXXX
23 63 XXXX

Banikoara

65 XXXX
23 65 XXXX

Malanville

67 XXXX
23 67 XXXX

Djougou

80 XXXX
23 80 XXXX

Natitingou

82 XXXX
23 82 XXXX

Tanguiéta

83 XXXX
23 83 XXXX

'7 block:   Short numbers for access to servers and value-added services

Service or allocation
Old number
New number

Short numbers (free-of-charge)

Téléplus

730000
7300

Dialog

7329
7329

Novaplus

733
7333

Nasuba

750000
7500


8 block:   Long numbers for access to value-added services and service providers

Service or allocation
Old number
New number

80 P XXXXX: long numbers for access to services

(Internet provider, information servers, …)

80 0 XXXXX: in reserve

80 1 XXXXX: Internet provider

OPT Internet

731212
80 1 00000

DDARIG

306212
80 1 00001

Firstnet

315110
80 1 00002

Sobiex

314319
80 1 00003

EIT KMK

312323
80 1 00004

80 2 to 80 6 XXXXX: in reserve

80 7 XXXXX: information servers, videotext

No. Videotext 1

761000
80 7 61000

No. Videotext 2

761400
80 7 61400

No. Videotext 3

761500
80 7 61500

No. Videotext 4

761700
80 7 61700

80 8 to 80 9 XXXXX in reserve

81 P XXXXX: reserved for value-added services

(freephone numbers, local-call-rate numbers, ...)

82 to 84 P XXXXX: in reserve

85 P XXXXX: service providers (including “virtual operators”)

Nàsuba

75XXXX
85 7 5XXXX

Nàsuba

78XXXX
85 7 8XXXX

86 to 89 P XXXXX: in reserve










'9 block:   Non-geographic numbers (mobile networks)

Affectation
Old number
New number

LIBERCOM

01 XXXX
90 01 XXXX


02 XXXX
90 02 XXXX


03 XXXX
90 03 XXXX


04 XXXX
90 04 XXXX


66 XXXX
90 66 XXX X


90 XXXX
90 90 XXXX


91 XXXX
90 91 XXXX


92 XXXX
90 92 XXXX


93 XXXX
90 93 XXXX


94 XXXX
90 94 XXXX

BBCOM

14 XXXX
93 14 XXXX


20 XXXX
93 20 XXXX


23 XXXX
93 23 XXXX


70 XXXX
93 70 XXXX


74 XXXX
93 74 XXXX


99 XXXX
93 99 XXXX

TELECEL

05 XXXX
95 05 XXXX


06 XXXX
95 06 XXXX


15 XXXX
95 15 XXXX


28 XXXX
95 28 XXXX


40 XXXX
95 40 XXXX


42 XXXX
95 42 XXXX


45 XXXX
95 45 XXXX


56 XXXX
95 56 XXXX


71 XXXX
95 71 XXXX


79 XXXX
95 79 XXXX


81 XXXX
95 81 XXXX


84 XXXX
95 84 XXXX


85 XXXX
95 85 XXXX


86 XXXX
95 86 XXXX


95 XXXX
95 95 XXXX


96 XXXX
95 96 XXXX

SPACETEL (AREEBA)

07 XXXX
97 07 XXXX


08 XXXX
97 08 XXXX


09 XXXX
97 09 XXXX


13 XXXX
97 13 XXXX


44 XXXX
97 44 XXXX


47 XXXX
97 47 XXXX


48 XXXX
97 48 XXXX


57 XXXX
97 57 XXXX


58 XXXX
97 58 XXXX


60 XXXX
97 60 XXXX


64 XXXX
97 64 XXXX


68 XXXX
97 68 XXXX


69 XXXX
97 69 XXXX


72 XXXX
97 72 XXXX


76 XXXX
97 76 XXXX


77 XXXX
97 77 XXXX


87 XXXX
97 87 XXXX


88 XXXX
97 88 XXXX


89 XXXX
97 89 XXXX


97 XXXX
97 97 XXXX


98 XXXX
97 98 XXXX


Contact:

M. Fréjus Bocco

Ministère de la Communication et de la Promotion des Technologies Nouvelles

COTONOU

Bénin

Tel: +229 315 729 (As from 16.IX.2005,   Tel: +229 2131 5729)

Fax: +229 315 931 (As from 16.IX.2005,   Fax: +229 2131 5931)

E-mail: sg@communication.gouv.bj


Números importantes

País / Área Geográfica número categoria de serviço informações Afeganistão
Benin 112 médico -
Benin 115 outro Anti-corrupção
Benin 117 polícia -
Benin 118 fogo -
Benin 160 Criança ajuda-line -


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