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Country Code: +30
International Call Prefix: 00

This is a list of dialing codes in Greece. The first digit represents type of service. 1 is used for short codes, 2 for geographical numbers (3 and 4 are reserved for that purpose too), 5 is used for inter-network routing purposes (non-dialable codes) and VPNs, 6 for mobile services, 7 is reserved for universal access numbers (not active), 8 for reduced fee services (like 800 toll-free, 801 local call, 89 dial-up and data services), 9 is used for premium rate services (901 for general purpose and 909 for adult-only services). All dialable numbers are ten digits, except for short codes (3-5 digits on the 1 range), 807-XXXX (seven digits) used for calling card access codes, and numbers on the 5 range, used for routing purposes and not dialable by end subscribers.

Geographical area codes start with the digit 2. There are currently two-, three-, and four-digit area codes. The only two-digit area code is 21 for the Athens Metropolitan area: three-digit codes are used for the cities Thessaloniki, Patras, Larissa, Heraklion, Kavala, Tripoli. The rest of the codes are four-digit codes.

Generally speaking, the second digit of a geographical area code signifies a broader geographical area of Greece, That is how area codes are sorted in this article.

Two-digit codes are used with eight-digit subscriber numbers, three-digit codes with seven-digit numbers, and four-digit codes with six-digit numbers sothe full telephone number is always ten digits.

Subscriber numbers in most areas start with 0. That is the digit that was inserted between the area code and the subscriber number in order to form the new ten-digit numbering plan back in 2002. Thus, many Greeks erroneously think that the area codes include this leading 0. For example, they think that Athens's area code is 210 while, actually, Athens's area code is 21, 0 being the first digit of the subscriber number.

Subscriber numbers starting with 0 are assigned to the former monopoly OTE. In bigger cities like Athens and Thessaloniki, subscriber numbers starting with other digits except 0 are becoming more and more common, especially amongst business subscribers. In this case many people think that the area code is different. For example, a subscriber number in Athens might start with 211, with people thinking that 211 is a distinct area code from 210 while, in reality, both numbers are in the 21 area code and the third digit of the number belongs to the subscriber number.

The international call prefix depends on the country from which you are calling, for example, 00 for most European countries and 011 from North America.

In 2001-2002, Greece moved to a closed ten-digit numbering scheme in two stages, with the result that subscribers' numbers changed twice. For example, before the change, a number in Athens would have been dialed as follows:

       xxx xxxx  (within Athens)
   (01) xxx xxxx  (within Greece)
 +30 1  xxx xxxx  (outside Greece)

In 2001, a '0' was added after the area code, which was incorporated into the subscriber's number:

    01 0xxx xxxx  (within Greece, including Athens)
 +30 1 0xxx xxxx  (outside Greece)

Finally, in 2002, the leading '0' was changed to a '2' (for geographic numbers) :

    21 0xxx xxxx  (within Greece, including Athens)
+30 21 0xxx xxxx  (outside Greece)

Mobile phone numbers were similarly prefixed with the digit '6'.

Note that because of number portability, for both geographical and non-geographical (mobile, toll-free, premium rate) numbers, one cannot be sure about the operator that a number belongs to. Thus, for geographical numbers, one cannot be sure that a subscriber number that starts with a 0 is operated by OTE or that a toll free number that starts with 800-11 is operated by OTE. Also for mobile networks one cannot say for sure that a number that starts with a 69x actually belongs to the mobile carrier to which it was assigned.

Contents

Zone 21: Greater Athens Metropolitan Area

21 - Athens-Piraeus-Eleusis area

Zone 22: Central Greece and the Aegean Islands

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222x - Evia

2221 - Chalkida City
2222 - Kymi
2223 - Aliveri
2224 - Karystos
2226 - Aidipsos
2227 - Mantoudi
2228 - Psachna
2229 - Eretria

223x - Evrytania and Phthiotis

2231 - Lamia
2232 - Domokos
2233 - Atalanta
2234 - Amfikleia
2235 - Kamena Vourla
2236 - Spercheiada, Makrakomi
2237 - Karpenisi
2238 - Stylida

224x - Dodecanese

2241 - Rhodes, Rhodes City
2242 - Kos and Nisyros islands
2243 - Kalymnos, Astypalaia
2244 - Rhodes Island, Archangelos Area
2245 - Karpathos and Kasos islands
2246 - Rhodes Island, Salakos Area - Chalki, Kastellorizo, Symi and Tilos islands
2247 - Agathonisi, Leros, Leipsoi and Patmos islands

225x - Lesbos, Limnos

2251 - Lesbos, Mytilini Area
2252 - Lesbos, Agiasos Area
2253 - Lesbos, Kalloni Area
2254 - Limnos, Agios Efstratios

226x - Boeotia, eastern Phocis

2261 - Livadia
2262 - Thiva
2263 - Dervenochori
2264 - Thisvi
2265 - Amfissa
2266 - Lidoriki
2267 - Arachova, Distomo
2268 - Aliartos

227x - Chios, Samos and Icaria islands

2271 - Chios, Town Area
2272 - Chios, Kardamyla Area
2273 - Samos
2274 - Chios, Volissos Area - Psara island
2275 - Ikaria, Fournoi island

228x - Cyclades

2281 - Syros, including Kynthos, Serifos and Syros islands
2282 - Andros
2283 - Tinos
2284 - Paros and Sifnos islands
2285 - Amorgos and Naxos islands
2286 - Folegandros, Ios, Santorini and Sikinos islands
2287 - Kimolos and Milos
2288 - Kea Island
2289 - Mykonos

229x - Attica excluding the area that uses 21

2291 - Afidnes
2292 - Lavrio
2293 - Agia Sotira
2294 - Rafina
2295 - Artemida
2296 - Megara
2297 - Aigina
2298 - Troezen, Poros isl., Hydra isl., Spetses isl.
2299 - Markopoulo

Zone 23: Central Macedonia and Florina

231 - Thessaloniki

231 - Thessaloniki

232x - Serres prefecture

2321 - Serres
2322 - Nigrita
2323 - Sidirokastro
2324 - Nea Zichni
2325 - Heraklia

233x - Imathia prefecture

2331 - Veria (Verroia)
2332 - Naoussa
2333 - Alexandria
2334 through 2339 - not used

234x - Kilkis prefecture

2341 - Kilkis
2342
2343 - Polykastro
2344 through 2349 - not used

235x - Pieria prefecture

2351 - Katerini
2352 - Litochoro
2353 - Aiginio
2354 through 2359 - not used
2371 - Polygyros
2372 - Arnaia
2373 - Nea Moudania
2374 - Potidaia
2375 - Agios Athanasios
2376 - Stratoni
2377 - Ierissos, Mount Athos

238x - Pella and Florina Prefectures

2381 - Edessa
2382 - Giannitsa
2383 - not used
2384 - Aridaia
2385 - Florina
2386 - Amyntaio
2387 through 2389 - not used

239x - parts of Chalkidiki and Thessaloniki prefectures

2391 - Chalkidona
2392 - Peraia
2393 - Lagkadikia
2394 - Lagkadas
2395 - Sochos
2396 - Vasilika
2397 - Asprovalta
2399 - Nea Kallikrateia

234x and 236x are not used.

Zone 24: Thessaly and West Macedonia (excluding Florina)

241 - Larissa area

241 - Larissa (and area)

242x - Magnesia including the Northern Sporades

2421 - Volos
2422 - Almyros
2423 - Kala Nera
2424 - Skopelos
2425 - Velestino
2426 - Zagora
2427 - Skiathos
2428 - Keramidi, suburban Volos
2429 - not used

243x - Trikala prefecture

244x - Karditsa

2441 - Karditsa
2442 - not used
2443 - Sofades
2444 - Palamas
2445 - Mouzaki
2446 through 2449 - not used

246x - West Macedonia excluding the Florina area

2461 - Kozani
2462 - Grevena
2463 - Ptolemaida
2464 - Servia
2465 - Siatista
2466 - not used
2467 - Kastoria
2468 - Neapoli
2469 - not used

249x - Larissa prefecture except for the Larissa area

2491 - Farsala
2492 - Tyrnavos
2493 - Elassona
2494 - Agia
2495 - Makrychori
2496 through 2499 - not used

Zone 25: East Macedonia and Thrace

251 - Kavala area

251: Kavala or Kavalla

252x - Drama prefecture

2521 - Drama
2522 - Prosotsani
2523 - Kato Nevrokopi
2524 through 2559 - not used

253x - Rodhopi prefecture

2531 - Komotini
2532 - Sapes
2533 - Xylagani
2534 - Iasmos
2535 through 2539 - not used

254x- Xanthi prefecture

2541 - Xanthi
2542 - Stavroupoli
2543 - not used
2544 - Echinos
2545 through 2549 - not used

255x - Evros Prefecture

2551: Alexandroupolis
2552: Orestiada
2553 - Didymoteicho
2554 - Soufli
2555 - Feres
2556 - Kyprinos

259x - Kavala prefecture except for the Kavala area

2591 - Lekani
2592 - Chrysoupoli
2593 - Thasos
2594 - Eleftheroupoli
2595 through 2599 - not used

Zone 26: West Greece, Ionian Island and Epirus

261 - Patras and Area

261 - Patras (and area)

262x - Elis Prefecture

2621 - Pyrgos
2622 - Amalias
2623 - Lechaina
2624 - Lampeia
2625 - Krestena
2626 - Olympia

263x - Aetolia and western Phocis

2632 - Messolonghi
2634 - Nafpaktos

264x - Acarnania, Lefkada

2641 - Agrinio
2642 - Amfilochia
2643 - Vonitsa
2644 - Thermo
2645 - Lefkada
2646 - Astakos
2647 - Fyteies

265x - Ioannina Prefecture

2651 - Ioannina
2652 - not used
2653 - Asprangeli
2654 - Metamorfosi?
2655 - Konitsa
2656 - Metsovo
2657 - Delvinaki
2658 - Zitsa
2659 - Kalentzi

266x - Corfu prefecture and Thesprotia

2661 - Corfu (city)
2662 - Lefkimmi
2663 - rest of Corfu
2664 - Filiates
2665 - Igoumenitsa
2666 - Paramythia

267x - Kefalonia

2674 - Sami (Eastern Kefalonia and Ithaca)
2671 - Argostoli (central and western Kefalonia)

268x - Arta and Preveza

2681 - Arta
2682 - Preveza
2683 - Filippiada
2685 - Athamania

269x - Achaea (except Patras) and Zakynthos

2691 - Aegion/Aigion
2692 - Kalavryta
2693 - Kato Achaia
2694 - Chalandritsa
2695 - the island of Zakynthos
2696 - Akrata

Zone 27: Peloponese and Kythera

271 - Tripoli and area

271: Tripoli (and area)

272x - southern and eastern part of Messenia

2721 - Kalamata
2722 - Messene
2723 - Pylos
2724 - Meligalas
2725 - Koroni

273x - Laconia and Kythera

2731: Sparta
2732: Monemvasia
2733: Gythio
2734: Kythera
2735: Molaoi

274x - Corinthia

2741 - Corinth (and area)
2742 - Kiato
2743 - Xylokastro
2744 - Loutraki
2746 - Nemea
2747 - Stymfalia

275x - eastern Arcadia and Argolida

2751 - Argos
2752 - Nafplio
2753 - Lygourio
2754 - Kranidi
2755 - Astros
2757 - Leonidio

276x - Messenia

2761: Kyparissia
2763: Gargalianoi
2764

279x - Western Arcadia

2791 - Megalopoli
2795 - Lagkadia
2796 - Levidi
2797

Zone 28: Crete

281 - Heraklion prefecture

281 - Heraklion (and area)

282x - Chania prefecture

2821 - Chania
2822 - Kissamos
2823 - Kantanos
2824 - Kolymvari
2825 - Vamos

283x - Rethymno prefecture

2831 - Rethymno
2832 - Spyli
2833 - Amari
2834 - Perama Mylopotamou

284x - Lasithi

2841 - Agios Nikolaos
2842 - Ierapetra
2843 - Siteia
2844 - Tzermadio

289x - rest of Heraklion prefecture

2891 - Arkalochori
2892 - Moires
2893 - Pyrgos
2894 - Agia Varvara
2895 - Ano Viannos
2897 - Limenas Chersonisou

Non-geographic prefixes

All numbers have 10 digits except where specified

1xx - Emergency telephone numbers
118xx - Directory services
12x, 12xx, 13x, 13xx - Network customer services (specific to each carrier)
138xx - Customer service and sales for Telephone Companies (accessible from all networks)
14xxx - Information services (weather, news etc.)
15x, 15xx - National public services (public sector numbers)
181xx, 182xx, 183xx - Short codes for private companies
50 - VPNs
690 - WIND Hellas mobile
691 300 - Telecom Revolution (Viva Telecom)
691 888 - Hellenic Railways Organisation (OSE)
692 000 up to 099 - OTE
693 - WIND Hellas mobile
694 - Vodafone Hellas
695 - Vodafone Hellas
696 010 up to 019 - OTE
696 910 up to 928 - Greek Ministry of National Defense
697 - Cosmote mobile
698 - Cosmote mobile
699 - WIND Hellas mobile (taken over from Q-Telecom mobile, currently new 699 numbers are given only to new "Q-card" prepaid subscribers)
70 - Universal Personal Number Service
800 - Toll-free numbers
801 - “ONEphone” shared-cost services (local call charges apply nationwide)
806 - Calls with maximum charge 0,06 EUR/minute
812 - Calls with maximum charge 0,12 EUR/minute
825 - Calls with maximum charge 0,25 EUR/minute
807xxxx - Phonecard services
86 - Data services (Internet dialup, Hellaspac packet relay, ERMES email etc.)
89 - Data services (Internet dialup, Hellaspac packet relay, ERMES email etc.)
901 - Premium rate services
909 - Premium rate adult-only services

See also

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Country Code: +30
International Call Prefix: 00

This is a list of dialing codes in Greece. The first digit represents type of service. 1 is used for short codes, 2 for geographical numbers (3 and 4 are reserved for that purpose too), 5 is used for inter-network routing purposes (non-dialable codes) and VPNs, 6 for mobile services, 7 is reserved for universal access numbers (not active), 8 for reduced fee services (like 800 toll-free, 801 local call, 89 dial-up and data services), 9 is used for premium rate services (901 for general purpose and 909 for adult-only services). All dialable numbers are ten digits, except for short codes (3-5 digits on the 1 range), 807-XXXX (seven digits) used for calling card access codes, and numbers on the 5 range, used for routing purposes and not dialable by end subscribers.

Geographical area codes start with the digit 2. There are currently two-, three-, and four-digit area codes. The only two-digit area code is 21 for the Athens Metropolitan area: three-digit codes are used for the cities Thessaloniki, Patras, Larissa, Heraklion, Kavala, Tripoli. The rest of the codes are four-digit codes.

Generally speaking, the second digit of a geographical area code signifies a broader geographical area of Greece, That is how area codes are sorted in this article.

Two-digit codes are used with eight-digit subscriber numbers, three-digit codes with seven-digit numbers, and four-digit codes with six-digit numbers so the full telephone number is always ten digits.

Subscriber numbers in most areas start with 0. That is the digit that was inserted between the area code and the subscriber number in order to form the new ten-digit numbering plan back in 2002. Thus, many Greeks erroneously think that the area codes include this leading 0. For example, they think that Athens's area code is 210 while, actually, Athens's area code is 21, 0 being the first digit of the subscriber number.

Subscriber numbers starting with 0 are assigned to the former monopoly OTE. In bigger cities like Athens and Thessaloniki, subscriber numbers starting with other digits except 0 are becoming more and more common, especially amongst business subscribers. In this case many people think that the area code is different. For example, a subscriber number in Athens might start with 211, with people thinking that 211 is a distinct area code from 210 while, in reality, both numbers are in the 21 area code and the third digit of the number belongs to the subscriber number.

The international call prefix depends on the country from which you are calling, for example, 00 for most European countries and 011 from North America.

In 2001-2002, Greece moved to a closed ten-digit numbering scheme in two stages, with the result that subscribers' numbers changed twice. For example, before the change, a number in Athens would have been dialed as follows:

        xxx xxxx  (within Athens)
   (01) xxx xxxx  (within Greece)
 +30 1  xxx xxxx  (outside Greece)

In 2001, a '0' was added after the area code, which was incorporated into the subscriber's number:

    01 0xxx xxxx  (within Greece, including Athens)
 +30 1 0xxx xxxx  (outside Greece)

Finally, in 2002, the leading '0' was changed to a '2' (for geographic numbers) :

    21 0xxx xxxx  (within Greece, including Athens)
+30 21 0xxx xxxx  (outside Greece)

Mobile phone numbers were similarly prefixed with the digit '6'.

Note that because of number portability, for both geographical and non-geographical (mobile, toll-free, premium rate) numbers, one cannot be sure about the operator that a number belongs to. Thus, for geographical numbers, one cannot be sure that a subscriber number that starts with a 0 is operated by OTE or that a toll free number that starts with 800-11 is operated by OTE. Also for mobile networks one cannot say for sure that a number that starts with a 69x actually belongs to the mobile carrier to which it was assigned.

Contents

Zone 21: Greater Athens Metropolitan Area

21 - Athens-Piraeus-Eleusis area

Zone 22: Central Greece and the Aegean Islands

222x - Evia

2221 - Chalkida City
2222 - Kymi
2223 - Aliveri
2224 - Karystos
2226 - Aidipsos
2227 - Mantoudi
2228 - Psachna
2229 - Eretria

223x - Evrytania and Phthiotis

2231 - Lamia
2232 - Domokos
2233 - Atalanta
2234 - Amfikleia
2235 - Kamena Vourla
2236 - Spercheiada, Makrakomi
2237 - Karpenisi
2238 - Stylida

224x - Dodecanese

2241 - Rhodes, Rhodes City
2242 - Kos and Nisyros islands
2243 - Kalymnos, Astypalaia
2244 - Rhodes Island, Archangelos Area
2245 - Karpathos and Kasos islands
2246 - Rhodes Island, Salakos Area - Chalki, Kastellorizo, Symi and Tilos islands
2247 - Agathonisi, Leros, Leipsoi and Patmos islands

225x - Lesbos, Limnos

2251 - Lesbos, Mytilini Area
2252 - Lesbos, Agiasos Area
2253 - Lesbos, Kalloni Area
2254 - Limnos, Agios Efstratios

226x - Boeotia, eastern Phocis

2261 - Livadia
2262 - Thiva
2263 - Dervenochori
2264 - Thisvi
2265 - Amfissa
2266 - Lidoriki
2267 - Arachova, Distomo
2268 - Aliartos

227x - Chios, Samos and Icaria islands

2271 - Chios, Town Area
2272 - Chios, Kardamyla Area
2273 - Samos
2274 - Chios, Volissos Area - Psara island
2275 - Ikaria, Fournoi island

228x - Cyclades

2281 - Syros, including Kynthos, Serifos and Syros islands
2282 - Andros
2283 - Tinos
2284 - Paros and Sifnos islands
2285 - Amorgos and Naxos islands
2286 - Folegandros, Ios, Santorini and Sikinos islands
2287 - Kimolos and Milos
2288 - Kea Island
2289 - Mykonos

229x - Attica excluding the area that uses 21

2291 - Afidnes
2292 - Lavrio
2293 - Agia Sotira
2294 - Rafina
2295 - Artemida
2296 - Megara
2297 - Aigina
2298 - Troezen, Poros isl., Hydra isl., Spetses isl.
2299 - Markopoulo

Zone 23: Central Macedonia and Florina

231 - Thessaloniki

231 - Thessaloniki

232x - Serres prefecture

2321 - Serres
2322 - Nigrita
2323 - Sidirokastro
2324 - Nea Zichni
2325 - Heraklia

233x - Imathia prefecture

2331 - Veria (Verroia)
2332 - Naoussa
2333 - Alexandria
2334 through 2339 - not used

234x - Kilkis prefecture

2341 - Kilkis
2342
2343 - Polykastro
2344 through 2349 - not used

235x - Pieria prefecture

2351 - Katerini
2352 - Litochoro
2353 - Aiginio
2354 through 2359 - not used
2371 - Polygyros
2372 - Arnaia
2373 - Nea Moudania
2374 - Potidaia
2375 - Agios Athanasios
2376 - Stratoni
2377 - Ierissos, Mount Athos

238x - Pella and Florina Prefectures

2381 - Edessa
2382 - Giannitsa
2383 - not used
2384 - Aridaia
2385 - Florina
2386 - Amyntaio
2387 through 2389 - not used

239x - parts of Chalkidiki and Thessaloniki prefectures

2391 - Chalkidona
2392 - Peraia
2393 - Lagkadikia
2394 - Lagkadas
2395 - Sochos
2396 - Vasilika
2397 - Asprovalta
2399 - Nea Kallikrateia

234x and 236x are not used.

Zone 24: Thessaly and West Macedonia (excluding Florina)

241 - Larissa area

241 - Larissa (and area)

242x - Magnesia including the Northern Sporades

2421 - Volos
2422 - Almyros
2423 - Kala Nera
2424 - Skopelos
2425 - Velestino
2426 - Zagora
2427 - Skiathos
2428 - Keramidi, suburban Volos
2429 - not used

243x - Trikala prefecture

244x - Karditsa

2441 - Karditsa
2442 - not used
2443 - Sofades
2444 - Palamas
2445 - Mouzaki
2446 through 2449 - not used

246x - West Macedonia excluding the Florina area

2461 - Kozani
2462 - Grevena
2463 - Ptolemaida
2464 - Servia
2465 - Siatista
2466 - not used
2467 - Kastoria
2468 - Neapoli
2469 - not used

249x - Larissa prefecture except for the Larissa area

2491 - Farsala
2492 - Tyrnavos
2493 - Elassona
2494 - Agia
2495 - Makrychori
2496 through 2499 - not used

Zone 25: East Macedonia and Thrace

251 - Kavala area

251: Kavala or Kavalla

252x - Drama prefecture

2521 - Drama
2522 - Prosotsani
2523 - Kato Nevrokopi
2524 through 2559 - not used

253x - Rodhopi prefecture

2531 - Komotini
2532 - Sapes
2533 - Xylagani
2534 - Iasmos
2535 through 2539 - not used

254x- Xanthi prefecture

2541 - Xanthi
2542 - Stavroupoli
2543 - not used
2544 - Echinos
2545 through 2549 - not used

255x - Evros Prefecture

2551: Alexandroupolis
2552: Orestiada
2553 - Didymoteicho
2554 - Soufli
2555 - Feres
2556 - Kyprinos

259x - Kavala prefecture except for the Kavala area

2591 - Lekani
2592 - Chrysoupoli
2593 - Thasos
2594 - Eleftheroupoli
2595 through 2599 - not used

Zone 26: West Greece, Ionian Island and Epirus

261 - Patras and Area

261 - Patras (and area)

262x - Elis Prefecture

2621 - Pyrgos
2622 - Amalias
2623 - Lechaina
2624 - Lampeia
2625 - Krestena
2626 - Olympia

263x - Aetolia and western Phocis

2632 - Messolonghi
2634 - Nafpaktos

264x - Acarnania, Lefkada

2641 - Agrinio
2642 - Amfilochia
2643 - Vonitsa
2644 - Thermo
2645 - Lefkada
2646 - Astakos
2647 - Fyteies

265x - Ioannina Prefecture

2651 - Ioannina
2652 - not used
2653 - Asprangeli
2654 - Metamorfosi?
2655 - Konitsa
2656 - Metsovo
2657 - Delvinaki
2658 - Zitsa
2659 - Kalentzi

266x - Corfu prefecture and Thesprotia

2661 - Corfu (city)
2662 - Lefkimmi
2663 - rest of Corfu
2664 - Filiates
2665 - Igoumenitsa
2666 - Paramythia

267x - Kefalonia

2674 - Sami (Eastern Kefalonia and Ithaca)
2671 - Argostoli (central and western Kefalonia)

268x - Arta and Preveza

2681 - Arta
2682 - Preveza
2683 - Filippiada
2685 - Athamania

269x - Achaea (except Patras) and Zakynthos

2691 - Aegion/Aigion
2692 - Kalavryta
2693 - Kato Achaia
2694 - Chalandritsa
2695 - the island of Zakynthos
2696 - Akrata

Zone 27: Peloponese and Kythera

271 - Tripoli and area

271: Tripoli (and area)

272x - southern and eastern part of Messenia

2721 - Kalamata
2722 - Messene
2723 - Pylos
2724 - Meligalas
2725 - Koroni

273x - Laconia and Kythera

2731: Sparta
2732: Monemvasia
2733: Gythio
2734: Kythera
2735: Molaoi

274x - Corinthia

2741 - Corinth (and area)
2742 - Kiato
2743 - Xylokastro
2744 - Loutraki
2746 - Nemea
2747 - Stymfalia

275x - eastern Arcadia and Argolida

2751 - Argos
2752 - Nafplio
2753 - Lygourio
2754 - Kranidi
2755 - Astros
2757 - Leonidio

276x - Messenia

2761: Kyparissia
2763: Gargalianoi
2764

279x - Western Arcadia

2791 - Megalopoli
2795 - Lagkadia
2796 - Levidi
2797

Zone 28: Crete

281 - Heraklion prefecture

281 - Heraklion (and area)

282x - Chania prefecture

2821 - Chania
2822 - Kissamos
2823 - Kantanos
2824 - Kolymvari
2825 - Vamos

283x - Rethymno prefecture

2831 - Rethymno
2832 - Spyli
2833 - Amari
2834 - Perama Mylopotamou

284x - Lasithi

2841 - Agios Nikolaos
2842 - Ierapetra
2843 - Siteia
2844 - Tzermadio

289x - rest of Heraklion prefecture

2891 - Arkalochori
2892 - Moires
2893 - Pyrgos
2894 - Agia Varvara
2895 - Ano Viannos
2897 - Limenas Chersonisou

Non-geographic prefixes

All numbers have 10 digits except where specified

1xx - Emergency telephone numbers
118xx - Directory services
12x, 12xx, 13x, 13xx - Network customer services (specific to each carrier)
138xx - Customer service and sales for Telephone Companies (accessible from all networks)
14xxx - Information services (weather, news etc.)
15x, 15xx - National public services (public sector numbers)
181xx, 182xx, 183xx - Short codes for private companies
50 - VPNs
690 - WIND Hellas mobile
691 300 - Telecom Revolution (Viva Telecom)
691 888 - Hellenic Railways Organisation (OSE)
692 000 up to 099 - OTE
693 - WIND Hellas mobile
694 - Vodafone Hellas
695 - Vodafone Hellas
696 010 up to 019 - OTE
696 910 up to 928 - Greek Ministry of National Defense
697 - Cosmote mobile
698 - Cosmote mobile
699 - WIND Hellas mobile (taken over from Q-Telecom mobile, currently new 699 numbers are given only to new "Q-card" prepaid subscribers)
70 - Universal Personal Number Service
800 - Toll-free numbers
801 - “ONEphone” shared-cost services (local call charges apply nationwide)
806 - Calls with maximum charge 0,06 EUR/minute
812 - Calls with maximum charge 0,12 EUR/minute
825 - Calls with maximum charge 0,25 EUR/minute
807xxxx - Phonecard services
86 - Data services (Internet dialup, Hellaspac packet relay, ERMES email etc.)
89 - Data services (Internet dialup, Hellaspac packet relay, ERMES email etc.)
901 - Premium rate services
909 - Premium rate adult-only services

See also

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