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Argentina Código Internacional Dailing

  • Nome: Argentina
  • Código: 54, também +54, 0054, 00 54, 00-54, +54-, +0054, 054, 00054, 011-54 etc.


Argentina (country code +54)

Communication of 2.VII.1997:

Basic National Numbering Plan (Plan Fundamental de Numeración Nacional - PFNN)

The Comisión Nacional de Comunicaciones, Buenos Aires, announces the introduction of the new Basic National Numbering Plan for Argentina. The Plan is intended to serve as the basis for ensuring the rational use and administration of the numbering system as a limited national resource, for the benefit of users and telecommunication service providers. One of the most important considerations is that the numbering system should be easy to understand and user-friendly. Before 31 January 1999 the national (significant) number will increase from eight to ten digits (country code: 54).

1. Present situation

The current numbering system uses fixed-length eight-digit national numbers consisting of a variable-length area code (one to three digits) and a variable length subscriber number (five to seven digits). Although less than 10% of total numbering capacity is now being used in the country as a whole, the corresponding figure for area code 1, Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area (Area Metropolitana de Buenos Aires (A.M.B.A.)), is approximately 50%. The code format for special services is 1XY, except for operator services (19 and 000).

2. Structure of the national number

Length - All national numbers will have ten digits.


– Structure of geographical numbers

Structure of the national geographical number

The national geographical number is composed of the area code and the subscriber number and will consist of ten digits, as illustrated in Table 1.


Table 1. Structure of the national geographical number



National geographical number
Ten digits


Area code

Subscriber number


A B

c d e f g h i j


A B C

d e f g h i j


A B C D

e f g h i j




Characteristics:

Restriction on the use of the digit zero (0) as the first digit of the national number. The use of the digit zero (0) as the first digit of the national number is restricted, since it is assigned to the access prefixes.


– Structure of the subscriber number

The subscriber number which identifies users within a local service area with the same area code, may consist of six, seven or eight digits (variable length). It is made up of the exchange identification number and the exchange extension number as shown in Table 2.

Table 2. Structure of the subscriber number



Subscriber number


Exchange characteristic

Exchange extension number


e f

g h i j


d e f

g h i j


c d e f

g h i j





Characteristics:

Restriction on the use of the digit zero (0) at the beginning of the exchange characteristic number. The use of the digit zero (0) as the first digit of the exchange characteristic number is restricted, since it is assigned to the access prefixes.

Restriction on the use of the digit one (1) at the beginning of the exchange characteristic number. The use of the digit one (1) as the first digit of the exchange characteristic number is restricted.

Exchange extension number. This will always consist of four digits, from 0000 to 9999 (g, h, i, j).


– Structure of non-geographical numbers

The generic structure of non-geographical numbers is given in Table 3.


Table 3. Structure of non-geographical numbers



National non-geographical number
Ten digits


Non-geographical service code

Subscriber number


A B C

d e f g h i j





Characteristics:

Restriction on the use of the digit 0 as the first digit of the national number. The use of the digit zero (0) as the first digit of the national number is restricted, since it is assigned to the access prefixes.

Table 4 lists the national non-geographical services defined.


Table 4. Description of non-geographical numbers



Non-geographical service code

Description


600

Non-geographical value-added number (type audiotext)


601 to 609

Reserved for non-geographical value-added numbers (type audiotext)


610

Non-geographical value-added numbers for other services


611 to 699

Reserved for non-geographical services


800

Non-geographical freephone numbers


801 to 809

Reserved for non-geographical freephone numbers


810 to 899

Reserved for non-geographical services





– Structure of special service codes

The special services include emergency calls, community services and the customer care services of telecommunication service providers.

The special services (except for operator services) will have the following format: 1XY.

Where:

1 is the special service code
X is the generic code for the type of special services
Y is the code for the specific service (0 to 9)

The groups of special services defined by the generic code X (0, 1, 2), are shown in Table 5.


Table 5. Groups of codes for the special services



Group of codes

Type of services


10Y

Emergency services


11Y

Customer services


12Y

Customer services




Codes assigned to special services

Table 6 shows the codes assigned to special services.


Table 6. Codes assigned to special services



Codes assigned

Service


100

Fire-brigade


101

Police


102

Child help-line


103

Civil defence


105

Environmental emergency


106

Emergency at sea


107

Medical emergency


110

Information


112

Local provider’s customer service assistance


113

Official time


114

Repairs


115

Ringing test


121

Statement of service account


19

National operator


000

International operator





– Structure of the long-distance carrier identification code

The carrier code has the following structure: PQR

Where

P = 1,... , 9 (P = 0 is reserved for future development)

Q, R = 0, 1,....., 9

3. Dialling procedures

– Dialling procedures for local calls

The user follows the dialling procedure shown in Table 7 in order to make local calls.



Table 7. Dialling procedure for local calls



Type of call

Digits to be dialled


Local

Subscriber number




Dialling for a call with origin and destination in the same local service area, and with the same area code, six digit subscriber number:

e f g h i j

Dialling for a call with the origin and destination in the same local service area and with the same area code, seven digit subscriber number:

d e f h g i j

Dialling for a call with origin and destination in the same local service area, and with the same area code, eight-digit subscriber number:

c d e f g h i j

Dialling for a call with origin and destination in the same local service area and a different area code (if authorized), national number to be used.

The Regulatory Authority may allow local service providers to dial the national number (with or without the national long-distance access prefix) when making a local call.


Access prefixes

All service providers should use the same prefixes, as shown in Table 8, when those prefixes are necessary for the provision of a service.


Table 8. Access prefixes



Prefix

Meaning


0

Automatic national long-distance call using preselected carrier


00

Automatic international long-distance call using preselected carrier


15

“Calling party pays” call


17

Selection of carrier for national long-distance calls


18

Selection of carrier for international long-distance calls




Numbers preceded by an asterix (*) are reserved for the free use of the local service providers.


– Dialling procedures for automatic area calls

The user follows the dialling procedure shown in Table 9 in order to make a national call (outside his local area).


Table 9. Dialling procedure for automatic area calls



Destination

Mode

Digits to be dialled


National

Preselected carrier

0 + national number



Selection of carrier

17 + PQR + national number



where: PQR = Long-distance carrier code


– Dialling procedure for automatic international calls

The user follows the dialling procedure shown in Table 10 in order to make an international call.




Table 10. Dialling procedure for international calls



Destination

Mode

Digits to be dialled


International

Preselected carrier

00 + international number



Selection of carrier

18 + PQR + international number




where: PQR = Long-distance carrier code


– Dialling procedure to access special services

The user follows the dialling procedure shown in Table 11 in order to access special services.



Table 11. Dialling procedure to access special services



Destination

Mode

Digits to be dialled


Special services not provided by a long-distance carrier

Not applicable

Service code


Special services provided by a long-distance carrier

Preselected carrier

Service code(*)



Selection of carrier

17 + PQR + 0 + service code(*)


(*) For those services provided by a long-distance carrier.




where: PQR = long-distance carrier code


– Dialling procedures for national non-geographical numbers

The user follows the dialling procedure shown in Table 12 in order to make calls to national non-geographical numbers.



Table 12. Dialling procedure for national non-geographical numbers



Destination

Digits to be dialled


National non-geographical number

0 + non-geographical number


Note: For some non-geographical services the long-distance carrier selection may be used, as shown in Table 9







– Dialling procedure for non-geographical numbers in other countries

The user follows the dialling procedure shown in Table 13 in order to make calls to non-geographical numbers in other countries. This form of dialling shall be subject to the conditions laid down by the regulatory body and to the standards recommended by international organizations and agreements.


Table 13. Dialling procedures for calls to non-geographical numbers in other countries



Destination

Digits to be dialled


Non-geographical number in another country

00 + international non-geographical number(*)


(*) The international non-geographical number includes the country code. Note 1 – For some international non-geographical services, the long-distance carrier selection mode may be used, as shown in Table 10.





– Dialling procedure to call the national long-distance operator

The user follows the dialling procedure shown in Table 14 in order to call the national long-distance operator.



Table 14. Dialling procedure to call the national long-distance operator



Destination

Mode

Digits to be dialled


National long-distance operator

Preselected carrier

19



Selection of carrier

17 + PQR + 0 + 19



where: PQR = long-distance carrier code



– Dialling procedure to call the international long-distance operator

The user follows the procedure shown in Table 15 in order to call the international long-distance operator.


Table 15. Dialling procedure to call the international long-distance operator



Destination

Mode

Digits to be dialled


International long-distance operator

Preselected carrier

000



Selection of carrier

18 + PQR + 000



where: PQR = long-distance carrier code

– Dialling procedure for a “calling party pays” call

The user follows the dialling procedure shown in Table 16 to access services providing the “calling party pays” facility.

Table 16. Dialling procedure for a “calling party pays” call



Destination

Mode

Digits to be dialled


Local

“Calling party pays”

15 + local number





4. Programme of changes (general)

The changes made during the transitional stage should be widely publicized in order to explain the underlying reasons and principles and make the new basic national numbering plan (PFNN) clear to users.


Detailed programme of changes

Changing the length of new national numbers to ten digits

The process will take place in two stages, so that the change-over to ten-digit national numbers is completed by 31 January 1999.



– Extension of local numbering: The digit “4” will be placed at the beginning of all the present subscriber numbers in order to form the new subscriber number. By adding one digit, the numbering capacity in each area code area will be multiplied by ten.

Example:



Localities

Present subscriber number

New subscriber number


A.M.B.A.

820 5656

4820 5656


La Plata

83 6789

483 6789


Córdoba

45 6789

445 6789


Tinogasta

2 6789

42 6789





Extension of area codes: the new area codes will be formed by placing a new digit “A” at the beginning of the present codes. As a result, the number of available area codes will be increased, and it will be possible to make more local numbers available by reducing the area code to one digit as and when necessary. This will provide the necessary flexibility for future development of the PFNN. Future requirements for new area codes will be met by using either free slots in the A = 2 or 3 series or codes set aside in the plan.




The digits to be placed at the beginning of the area codes are as follows:

In the A.M.B.A. A = 1
Southern inland area A = 2
Northern inland area A = 3

Example:



Localities

Present national number

New national number


A.M.B.A.

1 820 5656

11 48205656


La Plata

21 83 6789

221 4836789


Córdoba

51 45 6789

351 4456789


Tinogasta

837 2 6789

3837 426789





· Change-over for current cellular telephone users whose numbers do not correspond to their local area

Once the PFNN is published, cellular service providers who have users with trunk identification codes different from those at their interconnection points may apply for integrated numbering in order to start the gradual change-over. The old non-integrated numbering must have been abandoned by 31 January 1999.



Change-over for non-geographical numbers

The present non-geographical numbers will be modified by adding two digits formed by repeating the subscriber number digit immediately following the non-geographical service identification code “600” and “800”.

Example:



Type of service

Present number

New number


600

600 23456

600 22 23456


600

600 65432

600 66 65432


800

800 23456

800 22 23456


800

800 65432

800 66 65432



Other non-geographical services currently in operation will be required to start using their new non-geographical code before 31 July 1999.

Use of prefixes for long-distance carrier selection

Once the relevant notification has been received from the Regulatory Authority, local service providers will have six months within which to make it possible to select the long-distance operator by means of the prefix dialled.

Area codes, http://www.cnc.gov.ar/infotecnica/numeracion/index.asp




Communication of 10.XI.2011

The Comisión Nacional de Comunicaciones (CNC)), Buenos Aires, announces that the Secretaría de Comunicaciones has undertaken the modification of 21 area codes in the National Numbering Plan.

The Comisión Nacional de Comunicaciones has scheduled transfer in three stages, in accordance with the following table:


Communicated time and date of change

N(S)N

Usage of E.164 number

Parallel running

Operator

Proposed wording of announcement


Old
number

New
number

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Beginning

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End


00:00
27.XI.2011

3752 XXX XXX

376 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area POSADAS

00:00
27.XI.2011

23:59
16.XII.2011

N/A

N/A


00:00
27.XI.2011

2652 XXX XXX

266 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number Numbering area
SAN LUIS

00:00
27.XI.2011

23:59
16.XII.2011

N/A

N/A


00:00
27.XI.2011

2965 XXX XXX

280 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
TRELEW

00:00
27.XI.2011

23:59
16.XII.2011

N/A

N/A


00:00
27.XI.2011

2941 XXX XXX

298 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
GENERAL ROCA

00:00
27.XI.2011

23:59
16.XII.2011

N/A

N/A


00:00
27.XI.2011

3875 XXX XXX

3873 XXX XXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
TARTAGAL

00:00
27.XI.2011

23:59
16.XII.2011

N/A

N/A


00:00
27.XI.2011

3884 XXX XXX

3888 XXX XXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
SAN PEDRO

00:00
27.XI.2011

23:59
16.XII.2011

N/A

N/A


00:00
29.I.2012

3783 XXX XXX

379 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
CORRIENTES

00:00
29.I.2012

23:59
17.II.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
29.I.2012

3722 XXX XXX

362 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
RESISTENCIA

00:00
29.I.2012

23:59
17.II.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
29.I.2012

2944 XXX XXX

294 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
SAN CARLOS DE BARILOCHE

00:00
29.I.2012

23:59
17.II.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
29.I.2012

2623 XXX XXX

263 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
SAN MARTIN

00:00
29.I.2012

23:59
17.II.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
29.I.2012

3732 XXX XXX

364 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
PRESIDENCIA ROQUE SAENZ PENA

00:00
29.I.2012

23:59
17.II.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
29.I.2012

2627 XXX XXX

260 XXX XXXX

nowrap colspan=2 valign=bottom>

Geographical number
Numbering area
SAN RAFAEL

00:00
29.I.2012

23:59
17.II.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
29.I.2012

3534 XXX XXX

3537 XXX XXX

nowrap colspan=2 valign=bottom>

Geographical number
Numbering area
BELLVILLE

00:00
29.I.2012

23:59
17.II.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
1.IV.2012

3717 XXX XXX

370 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
FORMOSA

00:00
1.IV.2012

23:59
23:59
20.IV.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
1.IV.2012

3833 XXX XXX

383 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
CATAMARCA

00:00
1.IV.2012

23:59
20.IV.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
1.IV.2012

3822 XXX XXX

380 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
LA RIOJA

00:00
1.IV.2012

23:59
20.IV.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
1.IV.2012

3461 XXX XXX

336 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
SAN NICOLAS

00:00
1.IV.2012

23:59
20.IV.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
1.IV.2012

2293 XXX XXX

249 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
TANDIL

00:00
1.IV.2012

23:59
20.IV.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
1.IV.2012

2362 XXX XXX

236 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area JUNIN

00:00
1.IV.2012

23:59
20.IV.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
1.IV.2012

3488 XXX XXX

348 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
ESCOBAR

00:00
1.IV.2012

23:59
20.IV.2012

N/A

N/A


00:00
1.IV.2012

2322 XXX XXX

230 XXX XXXX

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Geographical number
Numbering area
PILAR

00:00
1.IV.2012

23:59
20.IV.2012

N/A

N/A




Contact:

Lic. Gimena Delorenzi
Gerente de Relaciones Internacionales e Institucionales (A/C)
Comisión Nacional de Comunicaciones (CNC)
Perú 103 – Piso 8º
C1067 AAC- BUENOS AIRES
Argentina
Tel: +54 11 4347 9540
Fax: +54 11 4347 9546


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