Telephone numbers in Equatorial Guinea

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Country Code: +240
International Call Prefix: 00
Trunk Prefix:


Calling formats[edit]

To call in Equatorial Guinea, the following format is used:

  • xx xxx xxxx - calls within Equatorial Guinea
  • +240 yy xxx xxxx - calls from outside Equatorial Guinea

The NSN length is nine digits.

Area codes[edit]

The structure of the numbering system of the public switched telephone network is geographic, with number portability, as follows:[1]

DN + NDC + SN = NSN = NJ XPQ MCDU

DN (Network code) = NJ

NDC (Numbering area) = XPQ

SN (Subscriber number) = MCDU

For landines, 3J XPQ MCDU where J cannot be 0.

LIST OF FIXED ALLOCATIONS[2]
Service
(landline = 3)
Operator code
(1 to 9)
Two digits
(unspecified use)
Area code
(one digit)
Subscriber number
(four digits)
Area/Usage
(place name or service)
3 1 to 9 XX 9 XXXX Bioko Island
8 Litoral/Annobón
7 Centro-Sur/Kie-Ntem/Wele-Nzás
6 CDMA fixed
5 Centro-Sur/Kié-Ntem/Wele-Nzás (reserved)
4 CDMA fixed
3 Bioko Island (reserved)
2 Litoral/Annobón (reserved)
1 Bioko Island (reserved)

Numbers beginning 4 are reserved for future fixed services.

Mobile numbers[edit]

The structure of the numbering system of the cellular mobile telephone network is non-geographic, as follows:[3]

DN + SN = NSN = NJ XPQ MCDU

DN (Network code) = NDC = NJ

SN (Subscriber number) = XPQMCDU

Numbers beginning 2 or 5 are in use for mobile telephones.

Numbers beginning 6 and 7 are reserved for future mobile services.

Value added services[edit]

For value-added services such as freephone numbers, shared cost numbers and personal numbers, numbers will comprise nine digits, with the following format:

80X PQMCDU, (P ≠ 0)

For valued-added services such as premium rate services for businesses, premium rate services that are leisure-related, and Internet access, numbers will comprise nine digits, with the following format:

90X PQMCDU (P ≠ 0)

Numbers for intelligent network services are non-geographic.

Allocations by operator[edit]

Fixed[edit]

  • Fixed service, 3J XPQMCDU
LIST OF FIXED ALLOCATIONS
Operator Format Area
GETESA 33 3P9 MCDU Bioko
33 3P8 MCDU Litoral/Annobón
33 3P7 MCDU Centro-Sur/Kié-Ntem/Wele-Nzás
33 XP4 MCDU CDMA Bioko
33 XP6 MCDU CDMA Continental Region
HiTs G.E. S.A. 35 XP9 MCDU Bioko
35 XP8 MCDU Litoral/Annobón
35 XP7 MCDU Centro-Sur/Kié-Ntem/Wele-Nzás

Mobile[edit]

  • Mobile service, 2J XPQMCDU and 5J XPQMCDU
LIST OF MOBILE ALLOCATIONS
Operator Format
GETESA 22 2PQMCDU
HiTs G.E. S.A. 55 1PQMCDU

Previous fixed codes[edit]

LIST OF FIXED AREA CODES IN 2009
Area/City Area Code
Bata (Continent) 8 XXXXX
Malabo (Bioko Island) 9 XXXXX
Malabo (Continent) 7 XXXXX

References[edit]