Telephone numbers in Latvia

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Latvia telephone numbers
Location of Latvia (dark green)
Location
Country Latvia
Continent Europe
Regulator Public Utilities Commission
Type Closed
NSN length 8, with some exceptions
Typical format Various
Access codes
Country calling code +371
International call prefix 00
Trunk prefix None

The Latvian telephone numbering plan is a telephone number assigning system used in Latvia. All the numbers consist of 8 digits with exceptions for special services. The assigning process is controlled by the Electronic Communications Office (Latvian: VAS "Elektroniskie sakari") and regulated by the Public Utilities Commission (Latvian: Sabiedrisko pakalpojumu regulēšanas komisija).[1]

Format[edit]

Mobile telephones[edit]

  • 27720005

2x xxx xxx—mobile phones.

Geographic numbering[edit]

  • 5 xx xxxxx, 6 xx xxxxx, 7 xx xxxxx—landlines and other location-based numbers.

The 5-series is currently only reserved for future use. The 6-series is generally used for landlines and the 7-series is used with payphones throughout the country.

  • 5 xx xxxxx
  • 6 0x xxxxx
  • 6 1x xxxxx
  • 6 2x xxxxx
Reserved for landlines
6 30 xxxxx Landlines in Jelgava District
6 31 xxxxx Landlines in Tukums District
6 32 xxxxx Landlines in Talsi District
6 33 xxxxx Landlines in Kuldiga District
6 34 xxxxx Landlines in Liepāja District
6 35 xxxxx Reserved for landlines in Ventspils District
6 36 xxxxx Landlines in Ventspils District
6 37 xxxxx Landlines in Dobele District
6 38 xxxxx Landlines in Saldus District
6 39 xxxxx Landlines in Bauska District
6 40 xxxxx Landlines in Limbaži District
6 41 xxxxx Landlines in Cēsis District
6 42 xxxxx Landlines in Valmiera District
6 43 xxxxx Landlines in Alūksne District
6 44 xxxxx Landlines in Gulbene District
6 45 xxxxx Landlines in Balvi District
6 46 xxxxx Landlines in Rēzekne District
6 47 xxxxx Landlines in Valka District
6 48 xxxxx Landlines in Madona District
6 49 xxxxx Landlines in Aizkraukle District
6 50 xxxxx Landlines in Ogre District
6 51 xxxxx Landlines in Aizkraukle District
6 52 xxxxx Landlines in Jēkabpils District
6 53 xxxxx Landlines in Preiļi District
6 54 xxxxx Landlines in Daugavpils District
6 55 xxxxx Reserved for landlines in Ogre District
6 56 xxxxx Landlines in Krāslava District
6 57 xxxxx Landlines in Ludza District
6 58 xxxxx Landlines in Daugavpils District
6 59 xxxxx Reserved for landlines in Cēsis District
  • 6 6x xxxxx
  • 6 7x xxxxx
Landlines in Riga District
6 80 xxxxx Reserved for landlines
6 82 xxxxx Reserved for landlines in Valmiera District
6 83 xxxxx Reserved for landlines in Jēkabpils District
6 84 xxxxx Reserved for landlines in Liepāja District
6 85 xxxxx Trunked radio networks and VPNs
6 86 xxxxx Reserved for landlines in Jelgava District
  • 6 87 xxxxx
  • 6 88 xxxxx
Reserved for landlines
6 89 xxxxx Payphones in all Latvian cities (used until 31 December 2011)
6 9x xxxxx Reserved for landlines
7 89 xxxxx Payphones in all Latvian cities (used from 01 January 2012)

Services[edit]

A variety of service numbers are assigned in the 1-series with lengths shorter than the standard 8 digits. Some of these services also provide 8-digit geographical numbers to be reachable from abroad.

Emergency[edit]

  • 112 - Fire brigade
  • 110 - Police
  • 113 - Ambulance
  • 114 - Gas leaks

Various client services[edit]

1xx Generic client services provided by various companies; calling costs to these numbers may vary depending on a number-by-number and an operator-by-operator basis as for example Lattelecom's client service number is toll-free when called from their network's phones.
11x Additional services provided by the telephone companies.
118x Major inquiry services.
16xx Internal client services which can be used by the network operators as these numbers can only be reached from the particular network.
18xx Various services.
116xxx Toll-free non-commercial social services.

Toll-free services[edit]

Shared-cost services[edit]

Premium rate services[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Elektronisko sakaru likums" [Electronic communications law] (in Latvian). Latvijas Vēstnesis. 17 November 2004. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 

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