Codes

Codes

Codes

Brazil Codes
Carrier selection codes
CTBC - 12 CTBC
Brasil Telecom - 14 Brasil Telecom
Vivo 15 Vivo antes Telefónica
Claro - 21 Claro antes Embratel
Intelig - 23 Intelig
GVT - 25 GVT Global Village Telecom
Oi - 31 Oi
TIM - 41 TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile
Brazil Telephones (+55) - Brazil Phones
Country Code: Country Calling Code (+55) - Country code +55
Call Prefix: International Call Prefix: 00 xx - (xx = Carrier Code)
Trunk prefix: Trunk prefix: none
Long Distance: In Brazil, long distance and international dialing requires the use of carrier selection codes, after the trunk code or international access code. The places where these codes are inserted are shown here by "xx" Some of these codes are:

Code 15 for Telefónica
Code 14 for Brasil Telecom
Code 21 for Embratel
Code 23 for Intelig
Code 31 for Oi
Code 12 for CTBC
Local Area codes are distributed geographically (See List of Brazilian area codes for a list). National dialing is prefixed with 0 (the trunk code) followed by the carrier code (see above) then the area code and the number. For example, to call Rio de Janeiro from another city in Brazil, one would dial the trunk code '0', a two-digit code, the area code '21' and the subscriber's number. Consequently, a Rio de Janeiro number would be displayed in Brazil as

: - 0xx21 - xxxx xxxx.
Mobile phone numbers are within the normal area codes but prefixed with the digit '6', '7', '8' or '9'. They have eight digits (including the 6/7/8/9). Exceptions existed in Brasilia up to 2004.

Regulator : ANATEL
Type : open
Digits: NSN length : 8 digits (landlines and mobile)
9 digits (mobiles - area codes from 11 to 19)
Typical mobile phone numbers format: AA NNNN-NNNN or AA 9NNNN-NNNN
The Brazilian telephone numbering plan uses eight-digit local phone numbers (nine digits for mobile lines in some area codes from a few states), plus a two-digit area code.[1] [2] Public utility services use three-digit phone numbers, always starting with 1 .[3]

Local dialing - As established by ANATEL, the Brazilian federal telecommunications regulatory agency, the format for a local phone number is nnnn-nnnn , where the first digit identifies the service associated with the phone number:

fixed phones are 2 to 5
mobile phones are 6 to 9
History: Until 2008, the initial digit 6 was for landlines in some parts of São Paulo and neighbouring cities in area code 11 , but Anatel demanded that 6 was to be released for mobile use. Fixed-line numbers starting with 6 in that area were gradually changed during 2008 to new prefixes starting with 2 . In other areas of Brazil, the initial digit 6 was not in use at that time, so no change was necessary. Until 2005, some localities still a seven-digit local number ( nnn-nnnn ). Until the 1990s, there were also certain regions with three-digit area codes and five- ( n-nnnn ) or six-digit ( nn-nnnn ) phone numbers. Even shorter numbers to exist in previous decades, especially in small towns and before direct distance dialing became universal.

Numbers starting with 400n are reserved for a special case of non-geographic numbers (see below).

Numbers starting with 1700 are within the service area of the Oi Fixo landline operator for some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to provide dial-up Internet access to certain Oi customers. Such customers have special pricing agreements with Oi and are charged less than the price of regular local calls when calling such dial-up access numbers.

Local directory assistance can be obtained by dialing 102 , but the service is charged as a regular local call in most instances except from payphones. However, all local landline telephone companies offer on-line directory inquiries on their Web sites. Mobile lines are not available for inquiry, for privacy and security reasons.

Mobile Phone Numbers (6 to 9) - Mobile phone numbers in Brazil are assigned the same geographic area codes as fixed lines, according to the subscriber's place or residence or most frequent use. Mobile phone numbers start with the digits 6, 7, 8 or 9 . These initial digits are known to the public, so one always knows beforehand if one is calling a fixed or a mobile line. First digit 7 was reserved at first exclusively for radiophone use (iDEN technology), but soaring demand for new mobile numbers eventually forced unnumber ranges starting with 7 to be released for general mobile use.

Historically, the higher ranges of the 9 initial digit ( 96-99 ) were originally assigned to the old state monopolies before the privatization of Brazil's telephony system, and later to their privatized direct successors. In order to create a competitive market, later the Brazilian government auctioned further mobile service licenses, filling the available number ranges backwards - first with the lower ranges of 9 (91-95) , then 8 , and so on.[5]

As a consequence, in the beginning 9 was more commonly assigned to mobile operators that older technologies such as AMPS (analog), TDMA and CDMA, while for some time 8 was specifically reserved for all new GSM licenses. Now GSM is almost universally adopted by Brazilian mobile operators and this distinction is no longer meaningful.

Mobile phone numbers always have eight or nine digits now, but seven digits were usual in the first years. The last area code to convert fully to eight digits was 61 (comprising the national capital, Brasília, and neighbouring areas), in 2005.

Ninth digit for mobile numbers - On December 10, 2010, ANATEL announced the inclusion of a ninth digit (with the format 9NNNN-NNNN) in mobile phone numbers in the São Paulo metropolitan region (area code 11 ). This change was meant to increase the numbering capacity in metropolitan São Paulo from 44 million to 90 million (considering only numbers starting with 9 ) ou 370 million, thereby eliminating the perennial shortage of available numbers in that area. Telecom providers would have 24 months to implement the ability to dial a new digit to the left of all cell phone numbers of area code 11 ,[6] but the measure ended up being implemented a few months ahead of that initial schedule, on July 29, 2012. On that date, the digit 9 was added to the left of all existing mobile numbers in the 11 area code, regardless of their former initial digits.[7]

Landline numbers were not changed and remained with eight digits. In all Brazilian area codes other than 11 , including all other area codes in the state of São Paulo, mobile numbers were not changed either, but Telebrasil, a corporate association of Brazilian telecom providers, said that by 2016, mobile numbers in Brazilian area codes other than 11 will also get a ninth digit. Initially, this has had no official confirmation from ANATEL.[8] But in early 2013, ANATEL had decided that mobile phone numbers in the remainder of state of São Paulo (area codes from 12 to 19 ) and states of Rio de Janeiro (area codes 21, 22 and 24 ) and Espírito Santo (area codes 27 and 28 ) will have the ninth digit added in August 25 and October 27, respectively.[9] Changing all mobile phone numbers in all Brazilian area codes is a process expected to complete to 2016[10]

Public utility - The format for public utility service phone numbers is 1nn .[3] It includes all emergency (as well as some non emergency) services, such as:

Dial 100: Human Rights Secretariat
Dial 128: standard emergency number in Mercosul (in Brazil, redirects to 190 )
Dial 181: anonymous crime tip (some areas only, others may use different, more miscellaneous numbers)
Dial 190: military police
Dial 191: Federal Highway Police highway patrol
Dial 192: ambulance
Dial 193: firefighters
Dial 194: federal police
Dial 197: civil police
Dial 198: state highway patrol
Dial 199: civil defense
Most citizens only know the 190 (military police) number for emergencies, but 192 (ambulance), 193 (firefighters) and 199 (civil defense) are also known.

Some states and municipalities may have additional short 1nn public utility numbers for other services. For example, in many cities, such as São Paulo[ 6 , one can get information, make requests and complaints about most services and issues with the municipal administration by dialing 156 . Regional utilities for services such as electricity and water supply may also have short access numbers starting with 1 . In contrast to emergency numbers, which are always toll-free, calls to such services may or may not be charged.

Landline telephone companies' customer service numbers have been normatized as 103 , followed by a two-digit code. For example, Embratel customers contact the company's customer service dialing 103-21 .[ 7 For most mobile carriers, the number is 105 , followed by a one-digit code (e.g., 105-2 for Claro). For cable and satellite television operators, the number is 106 , followed by a two-digit code (e.g., 106-21 for Net and 106-11 for Sky).
Long-distance dialing - The Brazilian system for long-distance dialing is relatively unusual and somewhat confusing, insofar as the choice of long-distance carrier determines the actual digit sequence to be dialed.

The standard format for writing down — but not for calling — a long-distance phone number in Brazil is (aa) nnnn-nnnn , where aa is the area code and nnnn-nnnn is the local phone number. Due to persistence of old habits from the time when carrier codes were not (see below), the format (0aa) nnnn-nnnn is still commonly seen, but this usage is discouraged, since it may confuse customers when actually calling. Area codes are distributed geographically. See the list of Brazilian area codes for a full list.

To dial a long-distance number within Brazil, one needs to use a carrier selection code, in order to choose which long-distance carrier will be used. The carrier selection code is specified before the area code; so, to actually place a call, one should dial 0-xx-aa-nnnn-nnnn , where xx is the two-digit carrier selection code. Because of that, sometimes long-distance phone numbers are written down as (0 xxaa) nnnn-nnnn , with two actual letters x as placeholders, which the caller will replace by a carrier code.

For example, to call the number 2222-2222 in Fortaleza (area code 85 ) using the long-distance carrier Oi (selection code 31 ), one would dial 0 31 85 2222 2222.

The use of carrier selection codes can be very confusing, because of the obvious added complexity, the different rates charged by different carriers, and even which long-distance carriers can be to place the call, since not all of them service the entire Brazilian territory, and some are only available from mobile or from VoIP lines. For example, Embratel (selection code 21 ) is available from any telephone line in all of Brazil, but Sercomtel (code 43 ) only in the cities of Londrina and Tamarana (and some neighbouring cities).

ANATEL's Web site had a useful on-line system (in Portuguese) where the standard rates of all available carriers could be compared for the particular long-distance call one wants to place, but it was cancelled by 2013 March.

DDD Codes - Area codes in Brazil are popularly known as "DDD codes" ( códigos DDD ) or simply "DDD", from the initials of "direct distance dialing" ( discagem direta à distância in Portuguese). This was how the service was first advertised when it appeared in the late 1960s, and the name stuck. Brazilian directory assistance pages As of January 2009, Embratel is the only carrier offering operator-assisted long-distance calls, by dialing 0800-703-2110 . Long-distance directory inquiries can be made dialing 0800-703-2100 . However, subscriber numbers can also be obtained by a search at the destination telephone company's Web site.
Collect calls - In Brazil, collect calls are automated. The phone number to be called is prefixed with a special code. Then, as the person being called answers the telephone, he/she listens to a short standard recording informing him/her that it is a collect call. Next, the call is established and the caller is supposed to say his/her name and location within the next six seconds. If the person being called hangs up within those six initial seconds, nothing is charged. Otherwise, the remaining time of the call is charged to the recipient's phone line.

This to cause problems with answering machines and faxes, but the switch to digital voice mailboxes operated by phone companies largely eliminated that problem. Also, the widespread use of caller ID combined with the easily recognizable electronic tune played before the collect-call warning makes many people hang up immediately if they hear the tune and the number has not been recognized.

International collect calls, for countries for which it is available, are not automated and must be placed through Embratel's international operator, dialing 0800-703-2111 .
Collect calls - In Brazil, collect calls are automated. The phone number to be called is prefixed with a special code. Then, as the person being called answers the telephone, he/she listens to a short standard recording informing him/her that it is a collect call. Next, the call is established and the caller is supposed to say his/her name and location within the next six seconds. If the person being called hangs up within those six initial seconds, nothing is charged. Otherwise, the remaining time of the call is charged to the recipient's phone line.

This to cause problems with answering machines and faxes, but the switch to digital voice mailboxes operated by the telephone companies largely eliminated that problem. Also, the widespread use of caller ID combined with the easily recognizable electronic tune played before the collect-call warning makes many people hang up immediately if they hear the tune and the number has not been recognized.

Local collect calls are dialed with the 9090 prefix; so, to call nnnn-nnnn collect, one would dial 9090-nnnn-nnnn .

For long-distance collect calls, 90 is instead of 0 as the trunk code, and a carrier selection code must still be used. So, to call (aa) nnnn-nnnn collect, one would dial 90-xx-aa-nnnn-nnnn , where xx is to be replaced by the selected long-distance carrier's code.

International collect calls, for countries for which it is available, are not automated and must be placed through Embratel's international operator, dialing 0800-703-2111 . You can also call an English AT&T operator directly using 0 800 890 0288

Non-geographic numbers - Non-geographic numbers have a three-digit prefix and a seven-digit number. They are usually represented as if the leading 0 prefix were part of the three-digit prefix (like with long-distance numbers), resulting in the format 0ppp-nnn-nnnn . Some 0800 numbers are 6-digit only, For example CELESC (Centrais Elétricas de Santa Catarina) has 0800-480-196

The currently allocated prefixes in Brazil
Prefix 0300 : local-rate calls / flat rate
Prefix 0303 : televoting, charged at local rate
Prefix 0500 : premium-rate telephone numbers for charity donations, with a maximum of R$ 30.00 per donation (the telephone number is assigned to a donation value) + R$ 0.50 for call costs.
Prefix 0800 : toll-free telephone numbers
Prefix 0900 : premium-rate telephone numbers
Numbers 3/400n-nnnn: A special case of non-geographic numbers are eight-digit numbers in the form 3/400n-nnnn . They are dialed as local numbers, without any trunk, carrier or area codes, and calls to them are always charged as local, regardless of where the answering call center physically is.

Such numbers differ from 0300 numbers in that the latter in the past were not charged as local calls and had their own rates (not always really flat and sometimes more like premium-rate numbers), which by law must be informed when advertising the number. 0300 numbers are often used, for example, by low-cost airlines' reservation systems, whereas 400n-nnnn numbers are by large but cost-conscious companies that do not wish to bear the full cost of a nationwide toll-free system, yet still do not want their customers to be put away by having to pay long-distance rates. 3/400n-nnnn numbers are also often by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) for standard dial-up access.

As of January 2009, 3/400n-nnnn numbers are not yet available for access from all area codes or localities, but they are available in all state capitals and major cities. The company (especially in the case of ISPs) may also specify localities where the service will or will not be available, providing an alternative long-distance or toll-free number for such cases.

International calls to Brazil - Calling to Brazil. How to dial to Brazil?
Outbound Calls - Outbound international calls use a 00 trunk prefix, followed by the carrier selection code (same as in domestic long-distance calls) and the international telephone number. So, to call the international telephone number +cc-aa-nnnn-nnnn (where cc is the country code and aa the area code), one would dial 00-xx-cc-aa-nnnn-nnnn , where xx is the carrier selection code. Since international telephone numbers can have up to 15 digits, the maximum number of digits to be dialed is 19.

For example, to call the number 555-0123 in Washington, D.C. (area code 202 ), United States (country code 1 ), using TIM as the chosen carrier (selection code 41 ), one would dial 00 41 1 202 555 0123.

Again, selecting a carrier can be tricky, since they charge different rates, not all of them operate in all of Brazil, not all forward international calls, and some do not put calls through to some remote or rarely called countries. ANATEL's Web site had (cancelled March 2013) a useful on-line system (in Portuguese) where the standard rates of all available carriers could be compared for the particular international call one wanted to place.

As of January 2009, Embratel is the only carrier offering operator-assisted international calls, by dialing 0800-703-2111 . International telephone number inquiries can be made dialing 0800-703-2100 (same number as for domestic directory inquiries).[13] Embratel also offers radio calls to sea vessels in Brazilian waters by dialing 4004-2103 , in addition to INMARSAT service, which works like any regular international call and can be placed through any major long-distance carrier.

Inbound Calls - Inbound international calls use +55-aa-nnnn-nnnn as the international telephone number, where aa is the two-digit Brazilian area code and nnnn-nnnn is the 8-digit local number (9 digits for mobile numbers in the 11 area code). This must be preceded by an international call prefix specific to the country where the call is being placed from (e.g., 011 from the U.S. and Canada, 00 from most other countries, or the actual "+" sign from many mobile networks).

For example, to call the number 5555-5555 in Rio de Janeiro (area code 21 ) from the United States, one would dial 011 55 21 5555 5555.

Number portability - Beginning September 2008, ANATEL has started the use of number portability in Brazilian territory, but the current rules of the numbering plan have been kept. Fixed-line customers can keep their numbers when moving their address and/or when switching telephone companies within the same municipality, and mobile lines customers can keep their numbers provided they stay within the same local area (i.e., the portion of the area code where calls are charged as local).
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List of area codes in Brazil for telephone dialing. The areas are distributed geographically, with the main cities in each area highlighted.

Phone numbers in Brazil observe an eight-digit patern nnnn-nnnn - (except for nine-digit mobile phone numbers in some area codes of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Espírito Santo states). Area codes have two digits, and are often notated in parentheses: (aa) nnnn-nnnn - .

1 - State of São Paulo - State of São Paulo
11 - Greater São Paulo
12 - Vale do Paraíba Paulista
13 - Baixada Santista
14 - Bauru Marília
15 - Sorocaba
16 - Ribeirão Preto
17 - São José do Rio Preto
18 - Presidente Prudente
19 - Greater Campinas
2 - States of Rio de Janeiro and Espírito Santo
Rio de Janeiro (21, 22 and 24)
21 - Greater Rio de Janeiro Teresópolis
22 - Campos dos Goytacazes Cabo Frio Nova Friburgo (eastern Rio de Janeiro state)
23 - not -
24 - Volta Redonda Petrópolis Angra dos Reis (western Rio de Janeiro state)
25 and 26 - not -
Espírito Santo (27 and 28)
27 - Vitória Linhares (central and northern Espírito Santo)
28 - Cachoeiro de Itapemirim (southern Espírito Santo)
29 - not -
3 - State of Minas Gerais -
31 - Greater Belo Horizonte Ipatinga
32 - Juiz de Fora
33 - Governador Valadares Teófilo Otoni
34 - Uberlândia Uberaba
35 - Poços de Caldas Varginha
36 - not -
37 - Divinópolis
38 - Montes Claros Diamantina
39 - not -
4 - States of Paraná and Santa Catarina -
Paraná (41 to 46) -
41 - Greater Curitiba Paranaguá
42 - Ponta Grossa Guarapuava
43 - Londrina
44 - Maringá
45 - Foz do Iguaçu Cascavel
46 - Francisco Beltrão Pato Branco
Santa Catarina (47 to 49)
47 - Joinville Blumenau Itajaí Jaraguá do Sul Balneário Camboriú (northeastern Santa Catarina)
48 - Florianópolis São José Palhoça Criciúma Tubarão (southeastern Santa Catarina)
49 - Lages Chapecó Concórdia Joaçaba Xanxerê São Miguel do Oeste (western Santa Catarina)
5 - State of Rio Grande do Sul
51 - Greater Porto Alegre Torres Santa Cruz do Sul (eastern Rio Grande do Sul)
52 - not -
53 - Pelotas Rio Grande Bagé (southern Rio Grande do Sul)
54 - Caxias do Sul Passo Fundo (northeastern Rio Grande do Sul)
55 - Santa Maria Uruguaiana Cruz Alta (western Rio Grande do Sul)
56 to 59 - not -
6 - Central-West Region and states of Tocantins, Acre and Rondônia
Distrito Federal (61) -
61 - entire Federal District (Brasília) and neighbouring towns in the state of Goiás
Goiás (62 and 64)
62 - Greater Goiânia Anápolis (northern Goiás)
64 - Rio Verde Caldas Novas (southern Goiás)
Tocantins (63)
63 - entire State of Tocantins (cap. Palmas)
Mato Grosso (65 and 66)
65 - Cuiabá (southwestern Mato Grosso)
66 - Rondonópolis Sinop (eastern and northwestern Mato Grosso)
Mato Grosso do Sul (67)
67 - entire State of Mato Grosso do Sul (cap. Campo Grande)
Acre (68)
68 - entire State of Acre (cap. Rio Branco)
Rondônia (69)
69 - entire State of Rondônia (cap. Porto Velho)
7 - States of Bahia and Sergipe
Bahia (71, 73-75, 77)
71 - Greater Salvador
72 - not -
73 - Ilhéus Itabuna Porto Seguro Teixeira de Freitas (southeastern Bahia)
74 - Juazeiro Jacobina (northwestern Bahia)
75 - Feira de Santana Alagoinhas (northeastern Bahia)
76 - not -
77 - Vitória da Conquista Barreiras (southwestern Bahia)
78 - not -
Sergipe (79)
79 - entire State of Sergipe (cap. Aracaju)
8 - Northeast Region -
Pernambuco (81 and 87)
81 - Greater Recife Caruaru Fernando de Noronha (eastern Pernambuco)
87 - Petrolina Garanhuns (western and central Pernambuco)
Alagoas (82)
82 - entire State of Alagoas (cap. Maceió)
Paraíba (83)
83 - entire State of Paraíba (cap. João Pessoa)
Rio Grande do Norte (84)
84 - entire State of Rio Grande do Norte (cap. Natal)
Ceará (85 and 88)
85 - Greater Fortaleza
88 - Juazeiro do Norte Sobral (southern, central and northwestern Ceará)
Piauí (86 and 89)
86 - Teresina Parnaíba (northern Piauí)
89 - Picos Floriano (southern Piauí)
9 - North Region and the state of Maranhão
Pará (91, 93 and 94)
91 - Greater Belém (northeastern Pará)
93 - Santarém (western Pará)
94 - Marabá (southeastern Pará)
Amazonas (92 and 97)
92 - Greater Manaus (western Amazonas)
97 - Coari Tefé Tabatinga (eastern and central Amazonas)
Roraima (95)
95 - entire State of Roraima (cap. Boa Vista)
Amapá (96) -
96 - entire State of Amapá (cap. Macapá)
Maranhão (98 and 99) -
98 - Greater São Luís (northern Maranhão)
99 - Imperatriz Caxias (southern Maranhão)
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