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  • +33 is the international dial code for France
  • French phone numbers have ten digits in the format starting with zero like: 0X XXXX XXXX. You must dial the ten-digit format, even for local calls.

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  • +33 is the international dial code for France
  • French Phone numbers must be dialed in full 10 digits format, whether for local or long distance calls. The previous area codes are eliminated in favour of 10-digit national numbers.
  • To dial to France from other countries, a) dial your international access code + 011 (if you are in USA and Canada)
    b) dial 33 (France international code),
    c) dial the French number (remove the initial zero if any).
  • Example: If you are dialing from the US or Canada to a phone number in France like 06 1122 3344. Then dial 011 33 6 1122 3344.
  • Country calling phone code 33
  • International prefix 00
  • Trunk prefix 0
  • Regulator ART - Autorite de Regulation des Telecommunications
  • NSN length 9
  • World Phone Numbering Guide for France
  • ARCEP- Autorité de régulation des communications électroniques et des postes 7, Square Max Hymans - 75730 PARIS Cedex 15 - Téléphone : +33 1 40 47 70 00 - Télécopie : +33 1 40 47 71 98
  • ARCEP- Le plan de numérotation
  • Art Telecom - ARCEPLa numérotation, French official plan The French telephone numbering plan is used for metropolitan France, and the French overseas departments and some overseas collectivities. Since 1985, France changed to a eight-digit number with the area code added into the subscriber's telephone number, called closed telephone numbering plan.
  • To call the rest of France from Paris, however, the prefix 16 had to be dialed before the eight-digit number, and to call Paris from the rest of France, the prefix 16 1 had to be dialed.
  • The Numbering plan in France changed to a ten-digit numbering scheme since In 1996.
  • 01 Paris Area ("Région Ile-de-France")
  • 02 Northwest France
  • 03 Northeast France
  • 04 Southeast France
  • 05 Southwest France
  • 06 Mobile phone services
  • 07 Will be used for mobile phone services from 2010.
  • 08 Freephone (numéro vert) and shared-cost services.
  • 09 Non-geographic number (used by Voice over IP services, formerly 087 numbers)
  • Old numbers with the format 08 7X XX XX XX must be replaced by 09 5X XX XX XX from 2006, reserved for Free telephone service offered by Internet Provider.
  • 00 is the The international access code - Since 1998 Phone subscribers also can access different carriers by replacing the initial '0' with other digits. Don't use the zero only for when calling from outside France.
  • To choose Cegetel network dial '7': Paris 71 xx xx xx xx. if the number is 01 xx xx xx xx. and the international access code Cegetel is '70', instead of '00'.
  • Monaco, Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Réunion -
  • Overseas regions -
  • +590Guadeloupe
  • +596Martinique
  • +594French Guiana
  • +262Réunion and Mayotte
  • +508Saint Pierre et Miquelon
  • +687New Caledonia
  • +689French Polynesia
  • +681Wallis and Futuna
  • Use this country codes when calling to this regions
  • 377 is the Monaco country code. Old numbers befor 1996 with eight-digit numbers starting with 93, were from Monaco when was included in the French numbering plan.
  • To call from France to Monaco dial the international format 00 377 xxxx xxxx. Calling from Monaco to neighbouring areas in France must dial using the 00 33 4 xxxx xxxx.
  • 376 is the Andorra contry code. Old numbers before 994 used the French numbers like +33 628 xxxxx.
  • Other French overseas departments (départements d'outre mer or DOMs), Guadeloupe , Martinique, French Guiana and Réunion have separate country codes from metropolitan France, although they are treated as part of the French numbering plan, with direct dialing for calls between the DOMs (including collectivités territoriales) and metropolitan France. Calls between the DOMs and metropolitan France require only the '0' to be dialed. Since 2001, telephone numbers in the DOMs have followed the same ten-digit format as metropolitan France, with the country code being used as a geographical area code, e.g:
  • To Dial Guadeloupe From France: From Fixed phone line 0590 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line dial: 0690 xxx xxx - From Outside France: Fixed phone line +590 590 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line +590 690 xxx xxx
  • To dial French Guiana From France: From a Fixed phone line 0594 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line use the format 0694 xxx xxx. - Outside France from Fixed phone line: +594 594 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line: +594 694 xxx xxx
  • To dial Martinique From France: From a Fixed phone line: 0596 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line: 0696 xxx xxx - Outside France: Fixed phone line: +596 596 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line: +596 696 xxx xxx
  • Réunion From France: From a Fixed phone line: 0262 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line: 0692 xxx xxx - Outside France: Fixed phone line: +262 262 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line: +262 692 xxx xxx Before March 30, 2007, the collectivité départementale of Mayotte used country code +269, shared with the Comoros:
  • Mayotte From France, including Mayotte: 0269 xxx xxx - From Comoros: xxx xxx - Outside France and Comoros: +269 xxx xxx
  • Since On 2007, Mayotte adopted the +262 country code. Also used by Réunion.
  • From France: Fixed phone line: 0269 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line: 0639 xxx xxx - Outside France: Fixed phone line: +262 269 xxx xxx or Mobile phone line: +262 639 xxx xxx
  • Calls to Saint Pierre and Miquelon require only '0', country code and the subscriber's six-digit number, eg: From France: 0508 xxx xxx Outside France: +508 xxx xxx Calls to and from the territoires d'outre mer, however, require full international dialing, hence the international access code and country code must be used
  • Paris from New Caledonia: 00 33 1 xx xx xx xx, New Caledonia from Paris: 00 687 xxx xxx
  • Le plan de numérotation -
  • Catégories du L'organisation du plan de numérotation. Les numéros français sont à 10 chiffres et sont traditionnellement référencés sous la désignation EZABPQMCDU 1. Leur organisation suit le schéma suivant :
  • Numéros commençant par - Type de service
  • 01-05 - Services téléphoniques fixes (numéros géographiques)
  • 06 - Services téléphoniques mobiles
  • 087 - Services téléphoniques fixes (numéros non géographiques) (en service jusqu'au 15 décembre 2008 au plus tard)
  • 08 - Services à valeur ajoutée
  • 09 - Services téléphoniques (numéros non géographiques)
  • 3BPQ - Services à valeur ajoutée (numéros à 4 chiffres)
  • Emergency / Services d’urgence -
  • 15 : SAMU,
  • 17 : Police ou Gendarmerie,
  • 18 : Pompiers,
  • 112 : Numéro d'urgence européen (permettant d'accéder aux trois services ci-dessus),
  • 115 : Urgences sociales (ou "SAMU social"),
  • 116 000 : Enfants disparus,
  • 119 : Enfance maltraitée
  • Services -
  • 116XYZ - Services à valeur sociale harmonisés
  • 118XYZ - Services de renseignements téléphoniques (numéros à 6 chiffres)
  • 10XY - Services des opérateurs de réseau (numéros à 4 chiffres)
  • 16XY - Sélection du transporteur (préfixes à 1 ou 4 chiffres)
  • Préfixes " E " - Sélection du transporteur (préfixes à 1 ou 4 chiffres)
  • Code téléphonique de la France +33 (métropole)
    590 (Guadeloupe, Saint-Martin et Saint-Barthélémy)
    594 (Guyane)
    596 (Martinique)
    262 (La Réunion, et depuis 2007, Mayotte)
    508 (Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon)
    687 (Nouvelle Calédonie)
    689 (Polynésie Française)
    Regulator ARCEP
    Type Closed
    NSN length 9
    Typical format 0X XX XX XX XX
    Access codes
    Country calling code 33
    International call prefix 00
    Trunk prefix 0
    The French telephone numbering plan is not only used for metropolitan France but also for the French overseas departments and some overseas collectivities.
    The plan uses a ten-digit closed numbering scheme, where the first two digits denote the area:
    01 Île-de-France
    02 Northwest France
    03 Northeast France
    04 Southeast France
    05 Southwest France
    06 and 07 Mobile phone services
    08 Freephone (numéro vert) and shared-cost services.
    09 Non-geographic number (used by Voice over IP services, formerly 087 numbers)
    All geographic numbers are dialed in the ten-digit format, even for local calls. The international access code also changed from 19 to the International Telecommunication Union's recommended 00, bringing France into line with many other countries.
    When calling France from abroad, the leading zero should be omitted: to call a number in Southwest France, one would dial +33 5 xx xx xx xx.
    History On October 25 1985, France changed to a system of two areas: outside Paris the old area code was incorporated into the subscriber's eight-digit number; for Paris, the code '1' was retained, and a digit '4' was added to the front of seven digit numbers. For numbers in the Île-de-France surrounding Paris, the old codes '3' and '6' joined the old seven digit numbers to become eight digit numbers and were assigned to the Paris area code '1'. To call the rest of France from Paris, however, the trunk prefix '16' had to be dialed before the eight-digit number, and to call Paris from the rest of France, the prefix '16' had to be dialed, followed by the area code for Paris '1' and the eight digit number. In 1996, this changed to the present ten-digit system. Following liberalisation in 1998, subscribers could access different carriers by replacing the '0' (omitted from numbers when called from outside France) with another digit. For example, Cegetel required subscribers to dial '7', e.g Paris 71 xx xx xx xx, instead of 01 xx xx xx xx. Similarly, the international access code using Cegetel would be '70' instead of '00'. The 09 prefix was introduced in September 2006[1] and older numbers such as 08 7X XX XX XX are replaced by 09 5X XX XX XX (telephone service offered by Internet Provider "Free"). Overseas Departments and Territories The French overseas departments (départements d'outre mer or DOMs), Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana and Réunion have separate country codes from metropolitan France, although they are treated as part of the French numbering plan, with direct dialing for calls between the DOMs (including collectivités territoriales) and metropolitan France. Guadeloupe shares its country code with the collectivities Saint Barthelemy and Saint Martin). Calls between the DOMs and metropolitan France require only the '0' to be dialed. Since 2001, telephone numbers in the DOMs have followed the same ten-digit format as metropolitan France, with the country code being used as a geographical area code: Guadeloupe, Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin
    Calling from France: From France: Fixed phone line: 0590 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: 0690 xxx xxx Outside France: Fixed phone line: +590 590 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: +590 690 xxx xxx French Guiana From France: Fixed phone line: 0594 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: 0694 xxx xxx Outside France: Fixed phone line: +594 594 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: +594 694 xxx xxx Martinique From France: Fixed phone line: 0596 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: 0696 xxx xxx Outside France: Fixed phone line: +596 596 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: +596 696 xxx xxx Réunion From France: Fixed phone line: 0262 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: 0692 xxx xxx Outside France: Fixed phone line: +262 262 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: +262 692 xxx xxx Others Before March 30, 2007, the collectivité départementale of Mayotte used country code +269, shared with the Comoros: From France, including Mayotte: 0269 xxx xxx From Comoros: xxx xxx Outside France and Comoros: +269 xxx xxx On March 30, 2007, Mayotte adopted the +262 code, used by Réunion, and a new numbering range was introduced for mobile phones: From France: Fixed phone line: 0269 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: 0639 xxx xxx Outside France: Fixed phone line: +262 269 xxx xxx Mobile phone line: +262 639 xxx xxx Calls to Saint Pierre and Miquelon require only '0', country code and the subscriber's six-digit number, e.g From France: 0508 xxx xxx Outside France: +508 xxx xxx Calls to and from the territoires d'outre mer, however, require full international dialing, hence the international access code and country code must be used: Paris from New Caledonia: 00 33 1 xx xx xx xx New Caledonia from Paris: 00 687 xxx xxx Andorra and Monaco Until 17 December 1994, Andorra formed part of the French numbering plan, with numbers beginning with 628, after which the principality adopted the country code 376. Consequently, all calls from France to Andorra must be dialed in international format 00 376 plus the phone number, while calls from Andorra to France similarly must be dialed as 00 33 plus the phone number. On 21 June 1996, Monaco similarly adopted its own country code 377, replacing access from France (+33 93).
    ARCEP Secteur postal . Consommateurs , ,Collectivités , Opérateurs Autorité de régulation des communications électroniques et des postes - 7, Square Max Hymans - 75730 PARIS Cedex 15 - Tél. +33 1 40 47 70 00 - courriel : com@arcep.fr
    ARCEP: La numérotation, French official plan References
    French Phone system by Whitepages
    World Phone Numbering Guide: France
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