+7

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Russia telephone numbers
Location
CountryRussia
ContinentEurasia
RegulatorMinistry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of Kazakhstan & Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation
Type Kazakhstan: Open
 Russia: Closed
NSN length10
Typical format(xxx) xxx-xx-xx[nb 1]
(7xxx) xx xx xx
(7xxxx) x xx xx
Access codes
Country calling code+7
International call prefix Kazakhstan: 008, 009, 010
 Russia: 8~xx [nb 2] (where xx is the international carrier selection code)
Trunk prefix Kazakhstan: 008
 Russia: 8

+7 is an ITU country code for telephone numbering. It was originally used by the Soviet Union, then after the 1991 dissolution of the Soviet Union by the fifteen successor states. Between 1993 and 1998 the majority of these received country codes with 3xx or 9xx prefixes, and the +7 prefix is now only in use by Kazakhstan, Russia, South Ossetia, and parts of Abkhazia.

After 1998[edit]

The +7 code is currently in use as country prefix for:

First digit of code Routed to
0 Not used (Reserved for long-distance and international prefix)[3]
1 Not used (reserved for special services)
2 Reserved (for common usage with Kazakhstan)[citation needed]
3 Russia – Geographic codes
4 Russia – Geographic codes
5 Reserved
6 Kazakhstan[4]
7 Kazakhstan – Land lines are in geographic zone codes from 710 to 729, mobiles are in zone codes 70x and 77x, and other services are in 75x and 76x.[5][4]
8 Geographic codes in Russia (869 Sevastopol of Republic of Crimea, 840 for Abkhazia, 850 for South Ossetia[2]), Toll-Free, and Pay-Line (for common usage with Kazakhstan and Abkhazia)
9 Mobile, GSM, & Pay-Line (code 940 is for Abkhazia mobiles, 998 for South Ossetia mobile[2])

Before 1999[edit]

This code was originally for telephone numbers in the Soviet Union. After the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991 several countries obtained gradually country-specific three-digit prefixes.

Year Country ITU code
1993  Estonia +372
1993  Latvia +371
1993  Lithuania +370
1993  Moldova +373
1994  Azerbaijan +994
1994  Georgia +995
1995  Armenia +374
1995  Belarus +375
1995  Ukraine +380
1997  Kyrgyzstan +996
1997  Tajikistan +992
1998  Turkmenistan +993
1998  Uzbekistan +998

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "-" may not be appeared sometimes
  2. ^ "~" means "wait for the next dial tone"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kazakhstan Will Get Its Own International Dialing Code And Abandon Russian One". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty. Retrieved 2022-06-30.
  2. ^ a b c "Россия предоставила Южной Осетии во временное пользование свои телефонные коды". Министерство цифрового развития, связи и массовых коммуникаций Российской Федерации (in Russian). Retrieved 2019-07-15.
  3. ^ "Mockba" (PDF). Cdnimg.rg.ru. Retrieved 15 March 2022.
  4. ^ a b International Telecom Union – Kazakhstan – Administration of the Republic of Kazakhstan (PDF), 2012-11-13, archived (PDF) from the original on 2012-09-07, retrieved 2014-06-12
  5. ^ Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for Informatization and Communication. "Communication of 7.II.2012". ITU. Retrieved 11 April 2012.