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Country Code: +47
International Call Prefix: 00

Since 1992, land-line and mobile telephone numbers in Norway consist of eight digits, without any area codes. The numbers are apportioned in chunks, which vary in size between a thousand and over a million, among counties and telephone companies.


Geographic numbers

2x xx xx xx  geographic numbers, mainly Oslo
3x xx xx xx  geographic numbers in south-central counties, except Oppland
5x xx xx xx  geographic numbers in south-western counties, including Bergen
6x xx xx xx  geographic numbers in south-eastern counties and Oppland
7x xx xx xx  geographic numbers in the north, including Trondheim

Non-geographic numbers

 8xx xx xxx  non-geographical numbers (toll-free, voicemail, television shows, etc.)

Mobile numbers

 4xx xx xxx  mobile numbers
 9xx xx xxx  mobile numbers

Special numbers

01              reserved for future changes 
02xxx to 09xxx  5-digit non-geographical numbers 
100-189         standardised special numbers (e.g. 112 for emergency)
19x             operator-specific special numbers 

A more complete plan is available from the Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority.



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