Telephone numbers in Serbia

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Serbia telephone numbers

Location of Serbia
Location
Country Serbia
Continent Europe
Regulator RATEL
Type Open
Typical format 0XX XXXX XXX
Access codes
Country calling code +381
International call prefix 00
Trunk prefix 0

This is an alphabetical list by town of phone dialing codes in Serbia.

The country calling code of Serbia is +381. Serbia and Montenegro received the code of +381 following the breakup of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1992 (which had +38 as country code). Montenegro switched to +382 after its independence in 2006, so +381 is now used only by Serbia.

An example for calling telephones in Belgrade, Serbia is as follows:

        xxx xxxx    (from within Belgrade)
   0 11 xxx xxxx    (from within Serbia)
+381 11 xxx xxxx    (from outside Serbia)

The international call prefix depends on the country you are calling from: for example, 00 for most European countries and 011 from North America. For domestic calls (within the country), 0 must be dialed before the area code.

For calls from Serbia, the prefix for international calls was 99, but was changed to 00 since 1 April 2008, in order to match the majority of the Europe[1] (e.g. for an United States number 00 1 ... should be dialed).

Fixed telephony areas[edit]

Calling code areas in Central Serbia:

Network Group Code Municipalities covered by code
Belgrade 11 Belgrade, Barajevo, Grocka, Lazarevac, Mladenovac, Obrenovac, Sopot, Surčin
Bor 30 Bor, Boljevac, Majdanpek
Čačak 32 Čačak, Gornji Milanovac, Ivanjica, Lučani
Jagodina 35 Jagodina, Ćuprija, Despotovac, Paraćin, Rekovac, Svilajnac
Kragujevac 34 Kragujevac, Aranđelovac, Batočina, Knić, Lapovo, Rača, Topola
Kraljevo 36 Kraljevo, Raška, Vrnjačka Banja
Kruševac 37 Kruševac, Aleksandrovac, Brus, Ćićevac, Ražanj, Trstenik, Varvarin
Leskovac 16 Leskovac, Bojnik, Crna Trava, Lebane, Medveđa, Vlasotince
Niš 18 Niš, Aleksinac, Bela Palanka, Doljevac, Gadžin Han, Merošina, Sokobanja, Svrljig
Novi Pazar 20 Novi Pazar, Sjenica, Tutin
Pirot 10 Pirot, Babušnica, Dimitrovgrad
Požarevac 12 Požarevac, Golubac, Kučevo, Petrovac, Veliko Gradište, Žabari, Žagubica, Malo Crniće
Prijepolje 33 Prijepolje, Nova Varoš, Priboj
Prokuplje 27 Prokuplje, Blace, Kuršumlija, Žitorađa
Smederevo 26 Smederevo, Smederevska Palanka, Velika Plana
Šabac 15 Šabac, Bogatić, Koceljeva, Krupanj, Ljubovija, Loznica, Mali Zvornik, Vladimirci
Užice 31 Užice, Arilje, Bajina Bašta, Čajetina, Kosjerić, Požega
Valjevo 14 Valjevo, Lajkovac, Ljig, Mionica, Osečina, Ub
Vranje 17 Vranje, Bosilegrad, Bujanovac, Preševo, Surdulica, Trgovište, Vladičin Han
Zaječar 19 Zaječar, Kladovo, Knjaževac, Negotin

Calling code areas in Vojvodina:

Network Group Code Municipalities covered by code
Kikinda 230 Kikinda, Čoka, Novi Kneževac
Novi Sad 21 City of Novi Sad, Bač, Bačka Palanka, Bački Petrovac, Bečej, Beočin, Temerin, Titel, Srbobran, Sremski Karlovci, Vrbas, Žabalj
Pančevo 13 Pančevo, Alibunar, Bela Crkva, Kovačica, Kovin, Opovo, Plandište, Vršac
Sombor 25 Sombor, Apatin, Kula, Odžaci
Sremska Mitrovica 22 Sremska Mitrovica, Inđija, Irig, Pećinci, Ruma, Stara Pazova, Šid
Subotica 24 Subotica, Ada, Bačka Topola, Kanjiža, Mali Iđoš, Senta
Zrenjanin 23 Zrenjanin, Novi Bečej, Sečanj, Srpska Crnja, Žitište

While the independence of Kosovo is disputed, it remains covered by the +381 code.[citation needed]

Network Group Code Municipalities covered by code
Ferizaj 290 Ferizaj, Kačanik, Štrpce
Gjakova 390 Gjakova, Deçan
Gnjilane 280 Gnjilane, Kosovska Kamenica, Vitina
Kosovska Mitrovica 28 Kosovska Mitrovica, Leposavić, Skenderaj, Vučitrn
Peć 39 Peć, Istok, Klina
Pristina 38 Pristina, Gračanica, Kosovo Polje, Lipljan
Prizren 29 Prizren, Dragaš, Orahovac, Suva Reka

Mobile phone codes[edit]

Serbia1:

Code Usage
60, 61, 68 Vip Mobile
62, 63, 69 Telenor Serbia
64, 65, 66 mt:s (Telekom Srbija)

1 Calling codes in the table are assigned to new customers by the respective provider. However, it has been possible to change the operator and retain the old calling code (along with the rest of the phone number) since 2011. Calling codes do not necessary reflect the operator, but it is not possible to transfer a mobile number to a land-based operator and vice versa.

Kosovo:

Code Usage Notes
44, 45 Vala +377 country calling code is used (Monaco).
43, 49 IPKO +386 country calling code is used (Slovenia).

Special codes[edit]

The following special telephone numbers are valid across the country:

  • 19191 - BIA (Security Information Agency)
  • 192 - Police
  • 193 - Fire Department
  • 194 - Ambulance
  • 195 - Exact time
  • 1961 - Telegram service
  • 19011 - International calls
  • 1976 - Military ambulance
  • 19771 - Landline technical support
  • 1987 - Road assistance (AMSS – Automobile and Motorcycle Association of Serbia)
  • 11811 - Subscribers numbers
  • 19811 - Wake-up service
  • 19812 - Various information centre
  • 19813 - Landline phone company info center
  • 19822 - Meteorological data (option 1), National lottery (option 2), Liturgical calendar (option 3)
  • 19860 - Military police

Since 21 May 2012, 2-digit emergency numbers are replaced by 3-digit ones, by adding the prefix 1 (i.e. 192, 193 and 194 instead of previously used 92, 93 and 94). This also applied to 976 (becoming 1976), 985 (becoming 1985), 987 (becoming 1987) and 9860 (becoming 19860).[2]

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