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Malaysia Phones (+60) :. Malaysia

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Telephone numbers in Malaysia

Malaysia telephone numbers - Location Country - Malaysia Continent - Asia Regulator - MCMC Type - Open - NSN length - 8 to 10 Typical format - 03-xxxx xxxx
0x-xxx xxxx
08x-xxx xxx
01x-(x)xxx xxxx Malaysia Access codes Malaysia Country code - 60 Malaysia International call prefix - 00 Trunk prefix - 0 Telephone numbers in Malaysia are regulated by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).

Geographic (fixed line) telephone numbers consists of an area code of 1 to 2 digits (excluding the leading zero) followed by a 6 to 8-digit subscriber number. Mobile phone numbers consists of a mobile phone code of 2 digits followed by a 7 to 8-digit subscriber number. Mobile phone codes are originally assigned to specific mobile network operators, however with mobile number portability, a mobile phone number might not be longer associated with its original assigned operator.

Calls to Singapore do not require international dialing; calls are made using the 02 access code. Similarly, calls to Brunei from East Malaysia can be made using the 080 access code but calls from Peninsular Malaysia to Brunei require the international prefix 00673.

Geographic area codes

Geographic (fixed line) area codes are, excluding the STD prefix 0, one digit in Peninsular Malaysia (area codes 3 to 7 and 9) and two digits in East Malaysia (area codes 8x). In Peninsular Malaysia, an area code is usually shared by multiple states and territories and roughly follows state borders. The two East Malaysian states, Sabah and Sarawak, are split into multiple area codes.

Fixed line subscriber numbers are seven digits in Peninsular Malaysia (except Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, i.e. area code 3) and six digits in East Malaysia. Prior to 2001, subscriber numbers were seven digits in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Selangor. From 1999 to 2001, subscriber numbers in these areas were gradually expanded to eight digits in phases to meet new demands that resulted from the growing population in Klang Valley

Thus, a full national number is 10 digits in area code 3 and 9 digits elsewhere, including the STD prefix 0. When writing a telephone number with the area code, the area code and subscriber number is separated with a hyphen. Examples:

Malaysia employs an open dialing plan, which means calling within the area code does not require the area code to be dialed, apart from mobile phone calls. Calls to and from mobile phones requires full national dialing. e.g. When calling a number 2xxx xxxx in Kuala Lumpur (03) from a fixed line phone:

Prefix - Area 02 - Domestic access code to Singapore 03 - Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya & Genting Highlands, Pahang 04 - Perlis, Kedah & Penang 05 - Perak and Cameron Highlands, Pahang 06 - Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Muar, Johor 07 - Johor 080 - Domestic access code from East Malaysia to Brunei 081 - Reserved number for future use 082 - Kuching, Sarawak 083 - Sri Aman, Sarawak 084 - Sarawak - Sarikei, Sibu and Kapit 085 - Sarawak - Lawas, Limbang and Miri 086 - Sarawak - Bintulu and Belaga 087 - Labuan and Interior Division, Sabah 088 - Sabah - Kota Kinabalu and Kudat 089 - Sabah - Lahad Datu, Sandakan and Tawau 09 - Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu

Mobile phone codes and IP telephony

Mobile phone codes and IP telephony codes are in the area code 1, ranging 2 digits excluding the leading zero.

Originally, each mobile phone operator is issued one mobile phone code. Through a series of mergers, there are currently three major mobile phone operators: Celcom, Maxis and DiGi. In 2005, as existing numbers begin to run out, the three mobile phone operators are assigned numbers in 014 code distinguished by the first digit of the subscriber number.

A mobile phone number consist of a three-digit mobile phone code and a seven-digit subscriber number. Therefore, a mobile phone number is officially written as 01x-xxxxxxx, but for unofficial usage (such as number exchanging) are usually written as xxxxxxxx For example number 015-5123456 are written as 55123456. Calling from mobile phones to fixed lines and vice versa requires full national dialing. Since 2009 calls between mobile require the full national number, regardless if both parties are in the same mobile phone code (i.e. 012 to 012). Calling from outside Malaysia requires the leading zero to be dropped.

Mobile phones in Malaysia uses 900/1800 MHz for GSM and 2100 MHz for WCDMA. Domestic roaming service is available free within Malaysia in places where there is only a single transmitter in place due to restrictions.

As codes are being exhausted, two new ranges 011 and 015 is made available for assignment. Subscriber numbers will be eight digits long, resulting in an 11-digit mobile number including the leading zero. The two major ISPs in Malaysia, TMNet and Jaring are assigned numbers in the 015-4 prefix to provide VoIP (also known as Telephony Service over IP, TSoIP) service.

Starting 15 December 2010, the prefix 011-1 followed by 7 digits would be available for use, which marks the first availability where a full cellular number contains 11 digits.[1]

Jaring MIMOS won bids for 3G services, but had yet to use up a prefix. U Mobile (formerly MiTV), part of Berjaya Holdings, too won a 3G-only license and thus used the 018 prefix with 7 numbers. Celcom also offers satellite calls system, thus offering 99.99% coverage in outdoor areas in Malaysia using Vodafone backbones.

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Prefix - Operator 010 - Digi, XOX, Tune Talk 011-10 - P1, Redtone Mobile 011-11 - U Mobile 011-12 - Maxis 011-13 - XOX, Baraka Telecom 011-14 - Maxis, Celcom 011-15 - Tune Talk, Celcom 011-16 - Digi, Tron 011-17 - Yes 4G, Maxis 011-18 - TM, Celcom, Tune Talk 011-19 - Celcom 011-20 - Tron, XOX 011-22 - Samata Communcations Sdn Bhd[2] 011-23 - Maxis 012 - Maxis 013 - Celcom 014-2 - Maxis 014-3 - Digi 014-4 - not available 014-5 - Celcom 014-6 - Digi 014-7 - Maxis 014-8 - Celcom 014-9 - Digi 015-2 - BluePack Network (5Ghz Internet & VOIP) 015-3 - B&E Wireless Mobile 015-4 - Celcom, TMNet, Jaring, Redtone Mobile 015-5 - Celcom 015-6 - Celcom 015-8 - AEROfone 016 - Digi 017 - Maxis 018 - U Mobile 019 - Celcom

Non-geographical short codes and special numbers

Prefix - Operator 100 - General telephone services 101 - Operator assistance - domestic calls. Used together with 100. 102 - Service assistance, used in conjunction with 100. 103 - Fixed telephone line directory assistance 104 - Telegram services 1051 - Time announcement 1066 - Earthquakes and Tsunami Alert Centre 108 - Operator assistance for international calls. 112 - International emergency number 121 - Access the voice mailbox 12xx - Reserved number 1300-XX-XXXX - Toll-free number 13100 - Celcom budget IDD 13188 - TM SMS service 13200 - Maxis IDD 1315 - TMNet dial-up internet service 1377X - General mass calling service, no longer active 141XX - currently unassigned 1500-XX-XXXX - Toll-free number 1508-XX-XXXX - Toll-free number 1511 - Jaring dial-up internet service 1512 - Maxis dial-up internet service, no longer available. 1513 - TMNet EZNet dial-up internet service, no longer active. 1515 - TMNet dial-up internet service 1516 - DiGi dial-up internet service, no longer available. 1517 - Time Net dial-up internet service, now inactive. 1519 - Celcom dial-up internet service, no longer active. 152X - ISDN dial-up internet service, no longer available. 15454 - Electricity fault reporting 1600-XR-XXXX - Toll-free number 1700-XX-XXXX - Toll-free number 1800-XX-XXXX - Toll-free number 18YXX - Long Distance Carrier Selection Code 1900-XX-XXXX - Toll-free number 991 - Civil Defence Department emergency number, now replaced with 999 994 - Fire brigade emergency number, now replaced with 999 999 - Malaysian General Emergency Service, previously allocated to police Note: R = 1 to 6, X = 0 to 9, Y = 1 to 9

Number portability

Recently, the MCMC announced the mobile number portability (MNP) service for mobile carriers. Thus, subscribers are allowed to retain their mobile numbers when they switch to another service provider, in a bid to increase market competition. Therefore, the mobile number prefix only indicates the original service provider.

Number portability has not been offered for fixed lines, as TM holds a monopoly except in Putrajaya and some areas in the Klang Valley.

"Malaysia Due to Start the Implementation of New Public Cellular Phone Numbering with 3+8". Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission. 2 November 2010. Retrieved 8 November 2010.  Mobile Cellular 3+8. MCMC. Retrieved 10 April 2013. Directory of Malaysia Telephones - Directory of Phones in Malaysia Malaysia Phones - News - Malaysia Telephones Malaysia Find Phones in Malaysia Malaysia Telephones Telephones in Malaysia - Phone Services Vodafone -
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