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Topic # 90015 13-Sep-2011 12:31
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Hi there.

Does anyone know what the 0210 prepay numbering plan is.

i.e. 0210x plus how many digits. It used to be straight forward once but Voda has a habit of adding new number plans which are longer than the previous one

0210 XXXXXX a total of 10 digits but I believe now there are 11 digit numbers as well. Does anyone know which ones are 11 digits as I'm trying to modify our ARS tables for our PBX systems..




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  Reply # 520661 13-Sep-2011 20:48
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I've had the same pre-pay mobile number for close to 4 years and it's 11 digits so they're nothing new.


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  Reply # 520689 13-Sep-2011 21:26
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Is this any help?

Another page on there says that all "02" numbers are either 10 or 11 digits.

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  Reply # 520692 13-Sep-2011 21:33
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Behodar: Is this any help?

Another page on there says that all "02" numbers are either 10 or 11 digits.


NAD website doesn't list lengths, but the main page has the link to the ITU website that contains this info.

It's been around 5 years since Vodafone made any changes to their number ranges, with the introduction of the 10 digit 0210 range (note that 0 is not actually part of numbers as it's an access code so the length is actually 10 digits, not 11).



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  Reply # 520920 14-Sep-2011 12:54
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I found the following out today

02101+5 digits = 10 digits
02102 + 6 digits = 11 digits
02103~7 + 5 digits = 10 digits
02108 +6 digits = 11 digits
02109 +5 digits = 10 digits..

Why these clown do this is beyond me. Why couldn't they when the took over from Bell South just added something like a digit 3 in front of all exist 6 digit cell fone numbers to make a normal 7 digit number like everyone else now has and all would have been simple..

Steve,

Thanx for the ITU doc..




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  Reply # 521216 14-Sep-2011 22:36
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Vodafone were handing out 6 digit phone numbers a long time after the bellsouth days.

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  Reply # 521223 14-Sep-2011 22:42
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1eStar: Vodafone were handing out 6 digit phone numbers a long time after the bellsouth days.


You can still get 6 digits now

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  Reply # 521224 14-Sep-2011 22:42
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1eStar: Vodafone were handing out 6 digit phone numbers a long time after the bellsouth days.


They still do to this day




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  Reply # 521775 16-Sep-2011 08:40
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My vodafone number is 02115xxxxx. Or was the 0 in the 0210... Numbers above just a place holder



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  Reply # 521930 16-Sep-2011 13:20
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merve0o0: My vodafone number is 02115xxxxx. Or was the 0 in the 0210... Numbers above just a place holder


0210 are real numbers..




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