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Telephone numbers in Saudi Arabia

This is a discussion of telephone numbers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The country's calling code is +966. In addition to a numbering plan, there are also dedicated numbers or number formats for Internet services, toll-free numbers, and public or emergency services.

Numbering plan

The country's country calling code is +966. Saudi Arabia's numbering plan is the following:[1]

Internet services

Toll-free and universal access

  • 800XXX XXXX - Toll free
  • 9200 XXXXX - Universal Access Number (prefixes 9200 to 9209)

Services and emergency

  • 911 - Unified Security Operations Center in Makkah Region, Riyadh Region and Eastern Region and all Saudi provinces in the future.
  • 997 - Saudi Red Crescent
  • 998 - Saudi Civil Defense
  • 999 - Saudi Police Force
  • 959 - Mobile Customer Service Center (Zain)
  • 600 - Mobile Customer Service Center (Bravo Telecom)
  • 1100 - Mobile Customer Service Center (Mobily)
  • 1789 - Mobile Customer Service Center (Virgin Mobile)
  • 1755 - Mobile Customer Service Center (Lebara Mobile)
  • 900 - Telephone Customer Service Center (STC) (They were separated before, 907 for Landline, 902 for Mobile, but since September 2015, they are merged)
  • 933 - Saudi Electricity Customer Services
  • 937 - Saudi Ministry of Health Services
  • 939 - Saudi Water and Sewage Services (Eastern Region)
  • 940 - Saudi Municipal Services
  • 966 - Saudi Natural Disasters
  • 985 - Saudi General Intelligence Presidency
  • 989 - Saudi Public Security
  • 990 - Saudi Telephone Service for Security Issues
  • 992 - Saudi Passport
  • 993 - Saudi Traffic Police Force
  • 994 - Saudi Border Checkpoint
  • 995 - Saudi Anti-Narcotics
  • 996 - Saudi Highway Traffic Police Force

See also

References

  1. ^ "New landline phone area codes in May". arabnews.com. 10 March 2013. Retrieved 2013-03-10.
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