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Telephone numbers in Fiji


Telephone numbers in Fiji

Country Code: +679
International Call Prefix: 00 or 052

National Significant Numbers (NSN): seven-digits

Format: +679 yyy xxxx

Number allocations in Fiji

List of number allocations[1]
Network Dialling format pre-2002 (six-digits) New dialling format (seven-digits) Usage
Fixed 2XXXXX 32X XXXX Suva City CBD area
332 XXXX Tamavua, Namadi Heights areas
333 XXXX Suva City CBD and surrounding areas
334 XXXX Nasinu, Laucala Beach, Caubati, Kinoya, Nadera, Valelevu, Nadawa, Nepani, Nasole, Kalabu, Laqere, Makoi, Narere areas
336 XXXX Delainavesi, Lami and nearby areas
338 XXXX Samabula, Raiwai, Raiwaqa, Vatuwaqa, Nabua areas
339 XXXX Nasinu, Laucala Beach, Caubati, Kinoya, Nadera, Valelevu, Nadawa, Nepani, Nasole, Kalabu, Laqere, Makoi, Narere areas
4XXXXX 34X XXXX Suva/Nausori/Korovou (Tailevu)/Lami/Navua/Deuba/Pacific Harbour [3X]
Fixed -- 60X XXXX Lau Group of Islands
Fixed 5XXXXX 65X XXXX Coral Coast/Sigatoka
6XXXXX 66X XXXX Lautoka/Ba/Vatukoula/Tavua/Rakiraki
Fixed 8XXXXX 88X XXXX Vanua Levu (Labasa/Savusavu/Nabouwalu/Taveuni)/Laucala Island/Lau Group of Islands
Mobile -- 7XX XXXX Digicel Fiji (new operator)
2XXXXX 92X XXXX Vodafone Fiji
9XXXXX 99X XXXX Vodafone Fiji
-- 8XX XXXX Inkk Mobile

Fiji has no area codes [2] and no leading trunk "0". The first digit of the number indicates usage or location.

All telephone numbers are seven digits long.[3] Mobile telephones are also seven digits long and begin with a 7 or a 9.[4]

The international access code is 00 or 052 depending on whom it is routed through: 00 is through FINTEL and 052 through Telecom Fiji.


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