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Telephone numbers in Ecuador

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Telephone numbers in Ecuador

Ecuador telephone numbers
Location
Country Ecuador
Continent South America
Access codes
Country calling code +593
International call prefix 00

The Numbering Plan as defined by the national regulator can be found in: Fundamental Numbering Plan.

Area Codes

  • Mobile: 93, 95, 98, 99
  • Azuay: 7
  • Bolívar: 3
  • Cañar: 7
  • Carchi: 6
  • Chimborazo: 3
  • Cotopaxi: 3
  • Cuenca: 6
  • El Oro: 7
  • Esmeraldas: 6
  • Galápagos: 5
  • Guayas: 4
  • Imbabura: 6
  • Loja: 7
  • Los Ríos: 5
  • Manabi: 5
  • Morona Santiago: 7
  • Napo: 6
  • Orellana: 6
  • Pastaza: 7
  • Pichincha: 2
  • Santa Elena: 4
  • Santo Domingo: 2
  • Sucumbios: 6
  • Tungurahua: 3
  • Zamora Chinchipe: 7

Special Numbers

  • Ambulance: 911
  • Fire brigade: 102
  • Police: 101
  • Toll-free numbers: 1-800
  • International access-code: 00

Calling

  • To call a local number from a landline-phone, dial directly the 7 digits of the subscriber (xxx-xxxx).
  • To make a national long-distance call, or from any mobile phone to a local or national number, dial (0a) xxx-xxxx (For example, to a number in Pichincha province, (02) 211-1111).
  • To call from outside the country to a landline, dial +593-a-xxx-xxxx (For example, to a number in Guayas province, +593-4-211-1111)
  • To call from outside the country to a mobile (cellular) phone, +593-9-????-???? (one more digit since 2013)


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