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Telephone numbers in North Macedonia

Telephone numbers in North Macedonia
Location of North Macedonia (dark green)
CountryNorth Macedonia
NSN length8
Format(02) xxxxxxx (Skopje)
(0xx) xxxxxx (rest of North Macedonia)
07x xxxxxx (mobiles)
Access codes
Country code+389
International access00

North Macedonia's telephone numbering plan is the system used for assigning telephone numbers in North Macedonia. It is regulated by the Agency for Electronic Communications (AEK), which holds responsibility for telecommunications.

The country calling code of North Macedonia is +389. Area codes should always be dialed, even within the country, because of the many fixed and mobile operators.

An example for calling telephones in Skopje is as follows:

  • 02 xxxxxxx (within Skopje)
  • 02 xxxxxxx (within North Macedonia)
  • +389 2 xxxxxxx (outside North Macedonia)

Numbering formats for North Macedonia:

+389 2 xxxxxxx geographic numbers – Skopje
+389 3x xxxxxx geographic numbers – eastern area
+389 4x xxxxxx geographic numbers – central and western area
+389 5xx xxxxx premium, value added, shared revenue
+389 7x xxxxxx mobile
+389 8xx xxxxx freephone, shared cost

1xx is the general short code format (such as 112 for emergency); 10xx format is for carrier access.

The international call prefix depends on the country you are calling from, e.g. 00 for most European countries, and 011 from America. For domestic calls (within the country), 0 must be dialed before the area code.

For calls from North Macedonia, the prefix for international calls is 00 (e.g. for calling a United States number, 00 1 ... should be dialed).

Landline area codes


Macedonian area codes

Network group Code Municipalities covered by code
Skopje 2 Greater Skopje: (Aerodrom, Centar, Saraj, Kisela voda, Gazi Baba, Butel, Šuto Orizari, Karpoš, Čair, Gorče Petrov), Aračinovo, Čučer-Sandevo, Ilinden, Petrovec, Sopište, Studeničani, Zelenikovo
Kumanovo 31 Kumanovo, Lipkovo, Kratovo, Kriva palanka, Rankovce, Staro Nagoričane
Štip 32 Štip, Probištip, Radoviš, Sveti Nikole, Konče, Karbinci, Lozovo
Kočani 33 Kočani, Berovo, Pehčevo, Vinica, Makedonska Kamenica, Zrnovci, Češinovo-Obleševo
Strumica 34 Strumica, Valandovo, Vasilevo, Bosilovo, Novo Selo, Dojran, Bogdanci, Gevgelija
Gostivar 42 Gostivar, Mavrovo and Rostuša, Vrapčište
Veles 43 Veles, Kavadarci, Negotino, Čaška, Gradsko, Rosoman
Tetovo 44 Tetovo, Jegunovce, Bogovinje, Brvenica, Tearce, Želino
Kičevo 45 Kičevo, Makedonski Brod, Plasnica
Ohrid 46 Ohrid, Struga, Vevčani, Debarca, Debar, Centar Župa
Bitola 47 Bitola, Resen, Novaci, Mogila, Demir Hisar
Prilep 48 Prilep, Kruševo, Krivogaštani, Dolneni

Mobile phone number codes

Code Mobile network
070,071,072 Makedonski Telekom
073 GreenMobile,mtel
074 Telekabel
075,076,077,078 A1 Macedonia
079 LycaMobile

Special service numbers

Number Service
112 General emergency
192 Police
193 Fire brigade
194 Ambulance
195 Crisis Management Center
196 Roadside Assistance (AMSM)
13-112 Mountain Rescue
1188 information service-Yellow Pages Macedonia
188 information service-Makedonski Telekom

Numbering plan under the former Yugoslavia


During Yugoslavia's existence, Macedonian area codes all began with 9. On 1 October 1993, North Macedonia was split from the +38 code and the 9 from the area codes was integrated into the country code. Between 2000 and 2001, the 9 in the area codes was generally changed to either 3 or 4. The area codes for Skopje were changed from (091) to (02). In 2003, all Skopje phone numbers were changed from 6 to 7 digits by having an extra digit added to the front of the original number, meaning that (for example) the Yugoslavian number +38 91 123456 became +389 91 123456 in 1993, then +389 2 3123456.[1] When the extra 3 was added to the beginning of Skopje numbers, new 30x and 39x exchanges became available.

See also



  1. ^ " - WTNG Resources and Information".


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