Useful InformationChanges Made to Numbering

29 Mar, 2012 |
Changes Made to Numbering Resource in 2011

The Georgian National Communications Commission once more explains that in accordance with the Charter on National Numbering System of Electronic Communications Networks of Georgia confirmed by the Georgian Government’s Resolution N355 of November 18, 2010 changes were made to the numbering system in 2011. The numbering of fixed, fixed wireless and mobile networks has been changed.

Eight-digit numbering of mobile network was added -5 as first digit and subscriber number became: 5XX XXXXXX.

Numbering of fixed network was added -2 as first digit and subscriber number in Tbilisi became seven-digit: 2 XXXXXX, in regions subscriber numbers became six-digit: 2 XXXXX.

Eight-digit numbering of fixed wireless network was added -7 as first digit and subscriber number now looks like: 7XX XXXXX.

 

Besides, special and emergency short format numbering changed in autumn of 2011.

Numbering of emergency services are the following:

Fire Department – 111

Patrol Police - 122

Ambulance – 113

Emergency Gas Service – 114

Security Police – 125

 

08 and 09 format short numbers became:

118 08

118 09

 

From now it is possible to connect to special and emergency services from mobile or fixed network without code. National prefix “8” has been changed. We should dial the national prefix “0” for making domestic long-distance calls and calls made from mobile to fixed network and vice versa, from fixed network to mobile network, and for making international calls we should dial international prefix “00”.

There is a new rule of dialing the numbers of companies providing long-distance and international phone service. The codes of new 10XX format are, for instance:

 

8-07 shall be replaced by 10-07;

8-10 shall be replaced by 10-10;

8-11 - by 10-11;

8-16 - by 10-16;

8-18 - by 10-18

And so on.

 

In order to make a call it is necessary to dial first the code of the company providing long-distance and international phone service, international prefix “00”, then the code of the country, the code of the city and the number of a subscriber (if you make a call abroad ), for instance, 10XX00… If a call is made within Georgia it is necessary to dial the code of the operating company providing long-distance and international phone service, the code of the city and the number of a subscriber, or nine-digit number of a mobile subscriber, for instance:  10XX 0…

 

Long-distance geographical codes have also been changed.

The new codes are:

Tbilisi 32 (reserve 33)

Rustavi 341

Akhalgori 342

Tskhinvali 344

Stepantsminda 345

Dusheti 346

Java 347

Tianeti 348

Akhmeta 349

Telavi 350

Sagarejo 351

Kvareli 352

Gurjaani 353

Lagodekhi 354

Signagi 355

Dedoplistskaro 356

Marneuli 357

Bolnisi 358

Tetritskaro 359

Dmanisi 360

Ninotsminda 361

Akhalkalaki 362

Tsalka 363

Aspindza 364

Akhaltsikhe 365

Adigeni 366

Borjomi 367

Khashuri 368

Kareli 369

Gori 370

Kaspi 371

Gardabani 372

Mtskheta 373

Tighvi 374

Mestia 410

Samtredia 411

Abasha 412

Senaki 413

Khobi 414

Zugdidi 415

Tsalenjikha 416

Chkhorotsku 417

Martvili 418

Chokhatauri 419

Batumi 422 

Khulo 423

Shuakhevi 424

Keda 425

Kobuleti 426

Khelvachauri 427

Kutaisi 431

Vani 432

Kharagauli 433

Bagdati 434

Sachkhere 435

Tskaltubo 436

Lentekhi 437

Ambrolauri 439

Sukhumi 442

Gagra 443

Gudauta 444

Ochamchire 445

Tkvarcheli 446

Gali 447

Gulripshi 448

Tsageri 472

Oni 473

Chiatura 479

Terjola 491

Zestaponi 492

Poti 493

Lanchkhuti 494

Khoni 495

Ozurgeti 496

Tkibuli 497


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Geographical Codes