Telephone numbers in Liechtenstein

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Liechtenstein telephone numbers
Location
CountryLiechtenstein
ContinentEurope
Typical formatxxx xx xx
Access codes
Country calling code+423 (formerly: +41 75)
International call prefix00
Trunk prefixNone

Liechtenstein previously used the Swiss telephone numbering plan (+41) under area code 075.[1] (This was dialled as +41 75 from outside Switzerland and Liechtenstein).[2] However, on 5 April 1999, it adopted its own international code +423.[3] Consequently, calls from Switzerland now require international dialling, using the 00423 prefix and the seven-digit number.[4]

Liechtenstein Numbering Plan (ITU-T E.164)
Leading digit(s) Number of digits Services
1 3-4 Access codes
2 7 Fixed-line services
3 7 Fixed-line services
4 7 reserved
5 9 reserved
60-68 9 International mobile services
69 9 Voicemail services for national mobile services
7 7 National mobile services
80 7 Special services: Free services
81-83 7 Special services (reserved)
84 7 Special services: Split-cost services
85-86 7 Special services (reserved)
87 7 Special services: Fixed-cost services
88 7 Special services (reserved)
89 7 Special services: Personal number services
900 7 Premium services: Business, marketing
901 7 Premium services: Entertainment, games, callback
902-905 7 Premium services (reserved)
906 7 Premium services: Adult entertainment
907-999 7 Premium services (reserved)

[5] Liechtenstein Numbering Plan (ITU-T E.164)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martindale-Hubbell International Law Directory, Part 1; Part 3, 1994, page 3076
  2. ^ Doing Business in Liechtenstein, Price, Waterhouse Center for Transnational Taxation, 1991, page 123
  3. ^ Legal Guide to Audiovisual Media in Europe: Recent Legal Developments in Broadcasting, Film, Telecommunications and Global Information Society in Europe and Neighbouring States, The Observatory, 1999, page 77
  4. ^ Wandermagazin Schweiz, Volume 72, Issues 5-8, 1999, page 25
  5. ^ "LLV". www.llv.li. Retrieved 28 August 2019.