Telephone numbers in Denmark

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Denmark telephone numbers
Location
Country Denmark
Continent Europe
Type closed
NSN length 8
Access codes
Country calling code +45
International call prefix 00
Trunk prefix none

Denmark generally uses an eight digit closed telephone numbering plan. Subscriber numbers are portable with respect to provider and geography, i.e. fixed line numbers can be ported to any physical address in Denmark.

Numbering[edit]

Designation Range
Reserved for a national or
standard European prefix:[1]
01-xx-xx-xx09-xx-xx-xx
Carrier preselect: 10-xx
Short numbers: 11-x12-x
18-xx
Network access codes: 16-xx-x
Mobile phones: 20-xx-xx-xx31-xx-xx-xx
40-xx-xx-xx42-xx-xx-xx
50-xx-xx-xx53-xx-xx-xx
60-xx-xx-xx61-xx-xx-xx
71-xx-xx-xx
81-xx-xx-xx
91-xx-xx-xx93-xx-xx-xx
Landlines/ISDN: 32-xx-xx-xx36-xx-xx-xx
38-xx-xx-xx39-xx-xx-xx
43-xx-xx-xx49-xx-xx-xx
54-xx-xx-xx59-xx-xx-xx
62-xx-xx-xx66-xx-xx-xx
69-xx-xx-xx
72-xx-xx-xx79-xx-xx-xx
82-xx-xx-xx
86-xx-xx-xx89-xx-xx-xx
96-xx-xx-xx99-xx-xx-xx
M2M numbers: 37-xx-xxxx-xxxx[2]
Spare numbers: 13-xx-xx-xx15-xx-xx-xx
17-xx-xx-xx
19-xx-xx-xx
67-xx-xx-xx68-xx-xx-xx
83-xx-xx-xx85-xx-xx-xx
94-xx-xx-xx95-xx-xx-xx
Split charge numbers: 70-xx-xx-xx
Freephone: 80-xx-xx-xx
Premium Rate: 90-xx-xx-xx

Split charge is not generally used in Denmark anymore; calls to 70 numbers are usually charged as regular landline calls. A few exceptions do exist, e.g., 70 10 11 55 (the TDC speaking clock service).

Special numbers[edit]

  • Emergency (Police, Fire, Ambulance): 112
  • Police (non-emergency (Nearest physically Police Station, if calling from landline, Copenhagen Police Headquarters, if calling from mobile phone)): 114
  • Other 3 digit short codes are reserved.
  • Carrier select codes: 10xx
  • Service numbers (such as directory enquiries): 18xx
  • Carrier select codes for data: 16xxx
  • Social services: 116xxx

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