Telephone numbers in Kosovo
Location of Kosovo(dark green)
|Country calling code||+383|
|International call prefix||00|
The country calling code for Kosovo is +383. Kosovo received a new country code as a result of the 2013 Brussels Agreement signed by the governments of Serbia and Kosovo. The Republic of Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008, and its official country code became effective on January 1, 2015.
Following the breakup of the SFR Yugoslavia in 1992, which had +38 as country code, Kosovo used the code +381, which was granted to FR Yugoslavia and later used by Serbia. The code was used for fixed line telephone services, whereas for mobile phone networks, it used either the Monaco code +377 or the Slovenian code +386.
|Number range||Usage||Host country|
|+383 TBD||Landlines and mobile phone networks||Kosovo (official)|
|+377 44||mobile phone networks||Monaco
|+386 43||mobile phone networks||Slovenia
- Seeking EU talks, Serbia cedes ground on Kosovo phone code, Reuters, 9 September, 2013.
- *"Telecommunications: Kosovo's callers forced to talk in foreign codes". Financial Times. 13 December 2009.
- " Use of Monaco country code 377 in Kosovo". International Telecommunication Union, ITU.
- "Ipko establishment history: 1999". IPKO.
- "Telecommunications: Kosovo's callers forced to talk in foreign codes". Financial Times. 13 December 2009.
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