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Telephone numbers in Slovakia

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Telephone numbers in Slovakia

Slovakia telephone numbers
Location of Slovakia
Country Slovakia
Continent Europe
Regulator Telecommunication Office of the Slovak Republic
Type Closed
Typical format XXX/XXX-XXXX or XX/XXXX-XXXX
Access codes
Country calling code +421
International call prefix 00
Trunk prefix 0

This page details the format and usage of telephone numbers in Slovakia. Today, Slovakia uses a closed numbering plan with area codes beginning with 0. After 0, there is usually a 2-digit prefix, followed by a 7-digit subscriber number. The capital, Bratislava, has one-digit prefix and an 8-digit subscriber number.

Following the break-up of Czechoslovakia in 1993, the successor states, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, continued to share the 42 country code, until 28 February 1997, with the Czech Republic adopted 420 while Slovakia adopted 421.

Numbering plan

National Destination Code for mobile telephones
All networks 09xx
National Destination Codes for geographical numbering areas (from 01.07.2001)
Secondary area
Primary area
National Number
(# of digits)
Bratislava Bratislava 2 8
Dunajská Streda 31 7
Trenčín 32 7
Trnava 33 7
Senica 34 7
Nové Zámky 35 7
Levice 36 7
Nitra 37 7
Topoľčany 38 7
Žilina Žilina 41 7
Považská Bystrica 42 7
Martin 43 7
Liptovský Mikuláš 44 7
Banská Bystrica Zvolen 45 7
Prievidza 46 7
Lučenec 47 7
Banská Bystrica 48 7
Košice Prešov 51 7
Poprad 52 7
Spišská Nová Ves 53 7
Bardejov 54 7
Košice 55 7
Michalovce 56 7
Humenné 57 7
Rožňava 58 7

Special codes (emergency calls)

The following special telephone numbers are valid across the country:

  • 112 - General emergency
  • 150 - Fire brigade
  • 155 - Ambulance
  • 158 - Police
  • 159 - Municipal police

These numbers are toll-free.


  • Numbering plan published by the Telecommunication Office of the Slovak Republic

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