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General Norwegian numbering plan for telephony etc. (E.164)

E.164 is an international numbering plan for public telephone systems where each number consists of a country code and an end-user number. The international E.164 numbering plan is managed by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

ITU has assigned the country code 47 to Norway. Nkom manages the Norwegian numbering plan under country code 47. The main divisions of the numbering plan are as follows:

  • 00: international prefix 
  • 01: reserved for future changes to the numbering plan 
  • 02000-09999: 5-digit non-geographical numbers 
  • 100-115: standardised special numbers 
  • 116 000-116 999: 6-digit EEA-harmonised numbers 
  • 117-179: standardised special numbers 
  • 1800-1899: 4-digit numbers for number information services 
  • 190-199: service provider-specific special numbers 
  • 20 00 00 00-39 99 99 99: 8-digit geographic numbers 
  • 400 00 000-499 99 999: 8-digit numbers for land mobile services 
  • 50 00 00 00-57 99 99 99: 8-digit geographic numbers 
  • 58 00 00 00 00 00-58 99 99 99 99 99: 12-digit numbers for machine-to-machine communication 
  • 59 00 00 00-59 99 99 99: 8-digit numbers for machine-to-machine communication 
  • 60 00 00 00-79 99 99 99: 8-digit geographic numbers 
  • 800 00 000-899 99 999: 8-digit non-geographical numbers 
  • 900 00 000-999 99 999: 8-digit numbers for land mobile services

For more information, please contact us by telephone on +47 22 82 46 00 or by e-mail to firmapost@nkom.no.