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ウルグアイ 国際コード

  • 名前:ウルグアイ
  • コード:598, また +598、00598、00 598、00-598、+598-、+00598、0598、000598、011-598 など。


Uruguay TC "Uruguay" \f C \l "1" (country code +598)

Communication of 21.I.2014

The Administración Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (ANTEL), Montevideo TC "Administración Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (ANTEL), Montevideo" \f C \l "1", announces that by Resolution 320/Act 041 of the Regulatory URSEC, dated December 27, 2013, has been assigned the use of a new series of mobile numbers: +598 92000000 to +598 92299999 which are activated from January 27, 2014.

Contact:

Dra. Graziela Cuniolo
Gerente de Asuntos Internacionales
Administración Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (ANTEL)
Guatemala 10 75, Nivel 2
Complejo Torre de las Comunicaciones
MONTEVIDEO 11800
Uruguay
Tel: +598 2 9286442
Fax: +598 2 9286440
E-mail: gcuniolo@antel.com.uy
URL: www.antel.com.uy


Communication of 18.VI.2010

The Unidad Reguladora de Servicios de Comunicaciones (URSEC), Montevideo, announces that the changes provided for in Uruguay's National Numbering Plan for fixed telephone numbering initially foreseen for 1 July 2010 will come into force on Sunday, 29 August 2010 as from 0200 hours local time.

Description of change in National Numbering Plan for country code +598 Uruguay in accordance with Recommendation E.129 (11/2009)

1 E.164 national numbering for country code 598

a) Overview:

The minimum number length (excluding the country code) is 8 digits

The maximum number length (excluding the country code) is 8 digits

b)

     Detail of

numbering plan, country code 598:



NDC or leading digits
of N(S)N

N(S)N number length

Usage of E.164
number


Maximum
length

Minimum
length


2XXX XXXX

8

8

Fixed telephony
Montevideo and Montevideo metropolitan area


4XXX XXXX

8

8

Fixed telephony
Interior of country


9XXX XXXX

8

8

Mobile telephony







2 Description of number change for country code 598



Date and time of change

N(S)N

Usage of E.164 number

Parallel running
(international communications)

Operator


Old
number

New

number

Begins

Ends


29/08/2010
0200 hours
(local time)

300 0000 to 419 9999

4300 0000 to
4419 9999

Fixed telephony
Interior of country

29/08/2010
0200 hours

29/08/2011
0200 hours

ANTEL


430 0000 to
799 9999

4430 0000 to
4799 9999




With the changes indicated, as from 0200 hours on 29 August 2010, all fixed and mobile telephone numbers in Uruguay will be 8-digit national numbers.

In order to call fixed or mobile telephone services in Uruguay from abroad, the country code followed by the 8‑digit national number should be dialled: +598 XXXX XXXX.


BASIC TECHNICAL PLAN:
NATIONAL NUMBERING PLAN

OBJECTIVES

The objective of this National Numbering Plan (NNP) is to provide a basis for the appropriate use and administration of numbering as a limited national resource for the benefit of telecommunication service providers and users. The guiding principles of the plan consist in the rational and non-discriminatory assignment of available resources in conformity with the regulations in force. It is essential for the numbering to be easy to understand and used by users, and to provide them with guidance on the prices of calls.

3 STRUCTURE OF NATIONAL NUMBER

3.1 General

3.1.1 Length

All national numbers corresponding to geographic services (fixed and mobile telephony) will be 8 digits. Non-geographic services (intelligent network) will maintain a length of 7 digits.

3.1.2 Distribution of first digit

The first digit of the national number will be assigned as indicated in Table 3.1.


Table 3.1 – Structure of numbering plan



First digit

Assignment


0

Reserved for: PREFIXES FOR ACCESS TO OTHER NETWORKS AND SERVICES


1

Reserved for: SPECIAL SERVICES AND PREFIXES


2

Fixed TELEPHONY (MMA)


3

Reserved


4

Fixed TELEPHONY (INTERIOR)


5

Reserved


6

Reserved


7

Reserved


8

Different recovery mechanisms


9

Mobile telephony and value added services



MMA: Montevideo metropolitan area

The characters "*" and "#" remain assigned for free use by providers for access to network facilities and services.

3.2 Structure of geographic numbers

3.2.1 Structure of national number – Fixed telephony

The national number corresponding to the fixed telephone service will comprise 8 digits, as indicated in Table 3.2.


Table 3.2 – Structure of national number (fixed telephony)



National number – Fixed telephony (8 digits)


TRUNK CODE

SUBSCRIBER NUMBER


a

b c d e f g h



         A

= 2: Montevideo metropolitan area

         A

= 4: Interior of country

3.2.2 Structure of local number (fixed telephony)

The local subscriber number or directory number identifies users within a local service area.

Characteristics:

• Restriction on use of digit "0" as the first digit of the subscriber number. Use of the digit "zero" (0) as the first digit of the subscriber number is restricted.

• Restriction on use of digit "1" as the first digit of the subscriber number. Use of the digit "one" (1) as the first digit of the subscriber number is restricted.


3.2.3 Structure of national number – mobile telephony

The National Number corresponding to the mobile telephone service comprises the network code and subscriber number, and is composed of 8 digits, as indicated in Table 3.4

Table 3.4 – Structure of mobile telephone number


NATIONAL NUMBER – Mobile telephony (8 digits)


SERVICE CODE

SUBSCRIBER NUMBER


9B

c d e f g h



Where:

         B

= 0 Assigned to value-added services

         B = 4

Abiatar S.A. (Movicom)

         B = 6 AM Wireless Uruguay

S.A.

         B

= 9 Ancel

         B

= 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8 Reserved for future growth

The entire mobile network of each provider will constitute a single local service area.

3.3 Structure of non-geographic numbers (intelligent network services)

The generic structure of non-geographic numbers is indicated in Table 3.5.

Table 3.5 – Structure of non-geographic numbers


Non-geographic national number (7 digits)


Non-geographic service code

Customer number


ABC

d e f g



Table 3.6 indicates the national non-geographic services defined:

Table 3.6 – Description of non-geographic numbers


Code of non-geographic service

Description


800

Non-geographic freephone numbers (no local charge)


801 to 804, 806 to 810

Reserve for non-geographic freephone numbers


805

Non-geographic freephone numbers


900 to 908

Non-geographic value-added numbers


909

Access to Internet providers



3.4 Structure of special services codes

3.4.1 Structure of special services codes

The special services are set aside for emergency calls (fire brigade, police, emergencies), services for the public (official time, information, etc.), telecommunication service providers' customer care services (directory enquiries, repairs) and long-distance operator.

The special services numbers will employ the following format:

1XY

Where:

         1

= Special services code

         X

= Generic code for type of special service

         Y

= Code of specific service (0 to 9)

The 911 service is an exception.

The special services groups defined by generic "X" are indicated in Table 3.7.


Table 3.7 – Special services code groups


Code group

Type of service


1 0 Y

Emergency services


1 1 Y

Public services


1 2 Y

Customer services



3.4.2 Codes assigned to special services

Table 3.8 indicates the codes assigned to the special services.




Table 3.8 – Codes assigned to special services


Assigned code

Service


104

Fire brigade


105

Emergencies – public health


106

Emergencies – prefecture


108

Emergencies – traffic police


109

Emergencies – police


112

Operator-assisted services for the hearing disabled


113

Services for the hearing disabled


116

Official time


118

Wake-up service


120

National long-distance operator


121

Complaints regarding the telephone service


122

Directory enquiries


123

Local provider's business customer service by telephone


125

Telephonogram


126

Service rates


128

Mercosur police


911

National emergency number



The special services codes are to be the same for all networks, so as to facilitate their use by subscribers. All providers – including for mobile – must provide access to them.

3.5 Structure of identification code of international long-distance provider

The provider's code will be structured as follows:

JK

Where:

         J

= 3, ..., 9 (J = 0 is reserved for future development; J = 1 is assigned for frontier traffic;

         J = 2

is reserved for operator-assisted collect calls); K = 0, 1, ..., 9

4 DIALLING PROCEDURES

4.1 Dialling procedure for local calls within the fixed network

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.1 to make local calls within the fixed network.


Table 4.1 – Dialling procedure for local calls


Type of call

Digits to be dialled


Local

Subscriber's number



4.2 Dialling procedure for calls from fixed to mobile network

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.2 to make calls from the fixed to the mobile network.

Table 4.2 – Dialling procedure for calls from fixed to mobile


Type of call

Digits to be dialled


Mobile network

0 + network identifier + subscriber's number



4.3 Dialling procedure for calls from mobile network to any national network

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.3 to make calls from a mobile network to any national network.

Table 4.3 – Dialling procedure for local calls from mobile telephones


Type of call

Digits to be dialled

Comment


National call

0 + national number

Dialling is mandatory when the fixed network is not a single local service area


National call

National number

Dialling is optional when the fixed network is not a single local service area




4.4 Prefixes for access to other networks and services

All service providers shall be required to use the same prefixes, in accordance with Table 4.4, when those prefixes are required to offer a service.

Table 4.4 – Access prefixes


Prefix

Meaning


0

Automatic national long-distance call and access to other networks


00

Automatic international long-distance call


01

International long-distance keypad selection and automatic frontier traffic



4.5 Dialling procedure for automatic national long-distance calls

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.5 to make national long-distance calls.

Table 4.5 – Dialling procedure for automatic national long-distance calls


Type of call

Digits to be dialled


National long distance

0 + national number




4.6 Dialling procedure for frontier traffic calls

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.6 to make a call to a frontier area.


Table 4.6 – Dialling procedure for calls to a frontier area


Type of call

Digits to be dialled


Frontier traffic

011 + frontier number



4.7 Dialling procedure for automatic international calls

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.7 to make an international call.


Table 4.7 – Dialling procedure for international calls


Type of call

Modality

Digits to be dialled


International long distance

Preselected provider

00 + international number


Selection of provider

01 + JK + International number



Where:

         JK

= Code of international long-distance provider

4.8 Dialling procedure for access to special services

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.8 to access the special services.

Table 4.8 – Dialling procedure for access to special services


Type of call

Digits to be dialled


Special services provided by local provider

Code of local service




4.9 Dialling procedure for non-geographic numbers

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.9 to make calls to national non-geographic numbers.


Table 4.9 – Dialling procedure for national non-geographic numbers


Destination

Digits to be dialled


National non-geographic number

0 + non-geographic number



4.10 Dialling procedure for international long-distance operator

The user follows the dialling procedure indicated in Table 4.10 in order to communicate with the international long-distance operator.

Table 4.10 – Dialling procedure for international long-distance operator


Destination

Modality

Digits to be dialled


International long-distance operator

Preselected provider

000


Selection of provider

01 + JK + 000



Where:

         JK

= Code of international long-distance provider


5 PROVISIONS FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT

5.1 Numbers reserved for access prefixes and special services codes

The following numbers are in reserve; they can be used as access prefixes or codes for special services.

Table 5.1 – Reserve of prefixes and special services


Number

Assignment


13

Reserve


14

Reserve


15

Reserve


16

Reserve


17

Reserve


18

Reserve


19

Reserve



5.2 First digit of national numbers (ranges in reserve)

The following numbering ranges are being kept in reserve for use as new trunk codes or new non-geographic services.

Table 5.2 – Reserve – first digit of national numbers


Number

Assignment


3

Reserve


5

Reserve


6

Reserve


7

Reserve



5.3 First digit of international long-distance provider codes

The first digit J = 0 of the international long-distance provider codes is being kept in reserve for future expansion.

6 MIGRATION PROCESS

6.1 Dissemination

The changes to be effected as part of this transition must be disseminated fully in order to explain the rationale and basis thereof and in order to allow users to assimilate the new NNP.

6.2 Detailed programme of changes

6.2.1 Migration of geographic numbers – fixed telephony

– Migration to 8 digits:

         •           Migration

to 8 digits: All national numbers presently comprising 7 digits will be increased to 8 digits by adding a 4 at the beginning of the existing number.

         •           Increasing

the length of local numbers: All local numbers presently comprising less than 7 digits will be increased to 7 digits by adding those digits corresponding to the area code at the beginning of the subscriber number.



Region

Locality

Existing subscriber number

New subscriber number


MMA

Pocitos

2-7079321

2-7079321


East

Maldonado

42-114000

4-2114000


East


Aiguá

446-2000

4-4462000


Central South

Canelones

33-11820

4-3311820


Coastal South

Cardona

536-7000

4-5367000


North

Rivera

62-20000

4-6220000


North

Quebracho
Ruralcel

7504-000

4-7504000



Parallel running: International long-distance providers will be required to allow access to international calls dialled using the former numbering for a year following migration and to effect all the transfers required to hand them over to another network within Uruguay.

6.2.2 Migration of services not complying with this NNP

Providers will have up until the date of migration to relocate the services and numbers to comply with this NNP. URSEC may authorize exceptional periods of parallel running in order to resolve specific technical problems.

6.2.3 Migration of services in non-geographic numbering plans

Non-geographic numbering will be national and will therefore have to be accessible from anywhere in Uruguay and from any network using the same numbering. Customers contracting non-geographic numbers will be able to restrict or select the sources from which they wish to receive calls.

6.2.4 Use of prefixes for international long-distance provider selection

Once the relevant notification has been received from the Unidad Reguladora de Servicios de Comunicaciones (URSEC), local service providers (fixed and mobile) will have six months in which to make it possible to select the international long-distance provider by dialling.

6.2.5 National number dialling

At the request of providers, URSEC may authorize national number dialling without the need to dial the prefix 0.

Contact:

Ec. Adriana Riccardi
Gerente de División
Planificación Regulatoria e Investigación
URSEC – Unidad Reguladora de Servicios de Comunicaciones
Av. Uruguay 988 – CP 11.100
Montevideo
Uruguay
Tel: +598 2 902 80 82 int. 125
Fax: +598 2 902 80 82 int. 299
E-mail: ariccardi@ursec.gub.uy
URL: www.ursec.gub.uy


重要な番号

国/地域 番号 サービスカテゴリ 追加情報
ウルグアイ 108 トラフィック -
ウルグアイ 1871 ハザード
ウルグアイ 1930 ハザード 電気
ウルグアイ 1930 ハザード ガス
ウルグアイ 911 メディカル -
ウルグアイ 911 警察 -
ウルグアイ 911 火災 -


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