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Telephone numbers in Mauritius

Country Code: +230
International Call Prefix: 00
Trunk Prefix: none

Calling formats

To call Mauritius, the following format is used:

  • 5 yyy xxxx Calls inside Mauritius
  • +230 5 yyy xxxx Calls from outside Mauritius
Leading digits of NSN - National Significant Number NSN Number Length Usage of E.164 Number Additional Information
Maximum length Minimum length
0 3 3 Carrier Selection prefix used for call-by-call selection of ILD carriers for the purpose of IDD
01 4 4 Home Country Direct (Outbound)
1 5 3 Short codes Used for Emergency and Public Interest services
2 7 7 Geographic numbers MT Geographic numbers-Region North
3 7 7 Special service numbers 30XXXXX Premium Rate Service numbers
312-XXXX Analogue Dial-up Access Numbers for Internet Service
315-XXXX ISDN dialup Access Numbers for Internet Service
318-XXXX Access Numbers for Remote Dialup Services
319 XXXX Access numbers for SMS-based Value Added Services
320 XXXX Access Numbers for Internet Telephone Service
39X XXX Access Numbers for Virtual Telephony, Virtual Fax & Fax-to-Email services
4 7 7 Geographic numbers MT Geographic numbers - Region Central
5 8 8 Mobile / Fixed-Mobile Converged numbers The new 8-digit number range is the result of the addition of leading digit ‘5’ to existing numbers used on mobile networks within the Numbering Plan
6 7 7 Geographic numbers MT geographic numbers – Region South
7 8 8 Free
8 4 4 Short Codes On-net codes (80XX-88XX)
Cross-net codes (89XX)
800 7 7 Toll Free numbers
801 7 7 Inbound International Freephone Service (IFS)
802 7 7 Outbound International Freephone Service (IFS)
814 7 7 Geographic numbers MT Geographic numbers – Agalega
83 7 7 Geographic numbers MT Geographic numbers – Rodrigues (831 XXXX, 832 XXXX)
MTML Geographic numbers – Rodrigues (839 XXXX)
87 7 7 Rodrigues Mobile numbers Cellplus Mobile numbers – Rodrigues (875 XXXX, 876 XXXX, 877 XXXX, 878 XXXX)
MTML Mobile numbers – Rodrigues (871 XXXX)
9 8 8 Free Reserved for future use
99X 3 3 Short Codes Emergency numbers (995 and 999 with new 11X codes)


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