List of dialling codes in Brazil

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Country Code: +55
International Call Prefix: 00 then Carrier Code
Trunk Prefix: 0 then Carrier Code

This page contains a list of area codes in Brazil for telephone dialing. The area codes are distributed geographically, citing the main cities in each area.

Local phone numbers in Brazil observe an eight-digit pattern (nnnn-nnnn) for landlines and nine digits (nnnnn-nnnn) for mobile phones. Mobile numbers share the same geographic area codes as landlines, but the first digit differentiates them. Landline numbers start with digits 2 through 5. Initial digits 6 through 9 are reserved for mobile numbers, but as of 2017 all mobile numbers in Brazil start with the digit 9. (There is an exception for some iDEN mobile lines operated by Nextel, which are eight digits long and start with 7.)

Area codes have two digits, and are often notated between parentheses: (aa) nnnn-nnnn. For long-distance calls within Brazil, a zero (0) must be dialed first, then a carrier selection code (for example, 21 for Embratel and 41 for TIM Brasil), then the two-digit area code, then the local number. For example, to call the number 2222-2222 in Fortaleza (area code 85) using Oi (selection code 31) as the chosen carrier, one would dial 0 31 85 2222 2222.

For international calls to Brazil, the international access code used in the calling country must be dialed (for example, 011 from the United States and Canada, 00 from Europe and most other countries, or the actual "+" sign from some mobile networks), then Brazil's country code 55, then the two-digit area code, then the local eight- or nine-digit number. For example, to call the number 3333-3333 in Rio de Janeiro (area code 21) from Europe, one would dial 00 55 21 3333 3333.

Map of Brazilian area code ranges by state

1 State of São Paulo[edit]

2 States of Rio de Janeiro and Espírito Santo[edit]

Rio de Janeiro (21, 22 and 24)[edit]

Espírito Santo (27 and 28)[edit]

3 State of Minas Gerais[edit]

4 States of Paraná and Santa Catarina[edit]

Paraná (41 to 46)[edit]

Santa Catarina (47 to 49)[edit]

5 State of Rio Grande do Sul[edit]

6 Central-West Region and states of Tocantins, Acre and Rondônia[edit]

Federal District (part of 61)[edit]

Goiás (part of 61, plus 62 and 64)[edit]

Tocantins (63)[edit]

  • 63 - entire State of Tocantins (capital city Palmas)

Mato Grosso (65 and 66)[edit]

Mato Grosso do Sul (67)[edit]

  • 67 - entire State of Mato Grosso do Sul (capital city Campo Grande)

Acre (68)[edit]

  • 68 - entire State of Acre (capital city Rio Branco)

Rondônia (69)[edit]

  • 69 - entire State of Rondônia (capital city Porto Velho)

7 States of Bahia and Sergipe[edit]

Bahia (71, 73-75, 77)[edit]

Sergipe (79)[edit]

  • 79 - entire State of Sergipe (capital city Aracaju)

8 Northeast Region[edit]

Pernambuco (81 and 87)[edit]

Alagoas (82)[edit]

  • 82 - entire State of Alagoas (capital city Maceió)

Paraíba (83)[edit]

Rio Grande do Norte (84)[edit]

  • 84 - entire State of Rio Grande do Norte (capital city Natal)

Ceará (85 and 88)[edit]

Piauí (86 and 89)[edit]

9 North Region and the state of Maranhão[edit]

Pará (91, 93 and 94)[edit]

Amazonas (92 and 97)[edit]

Roraima (95)[edit]

  • 95 - entire State of Roraima (capital city Boa Vista)

Amapá (96)[edit]

  • 96 - entire State of Amapá (capital city Macapá)

Maranhão (98 and 99)[edit]


In a few exceptional cases, some area codes span state borders to cater for tightly integrated interstate communities:

  • The city of Alto Parnaíba, in the State of Maranhão, is conurbated with Santa Filomena, State of Piauí, and uses the latter state's area code 89 for landlines. Most local mobile phones, though, use Southern Maranhão area code 99.

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