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List of area codes in Albania.

Albania Country Code: +355

Albania International Call Prefix: 00

0 - For domestic calls (within the country), 0 must be dialed before the area code. The prefix for international calls from Albania is 00 (e.g. for an United States number 00 1 ... should be dialed). Below is an explanation when dialing a Tirana number:

2xxx xxx (from within Tirana)
04 2xxx xxx (from within Albania)
+355 4 2xxx xxx (from outside Albania)
History - Albania has the lowest rate of telephone use per capita in Europe with roughly 10 lines per 100 people as of 2008 ITU statistics. As a result, cellular phone use is very common throughout the country. The numbering plan has constantly evolved during the last 30 years. Tirana has passed to a seven digit plan as of 2008 from a four digit plan in the communist period by gradually adding one digit.
New Numbering Plan and Addition of Digit "2" - As of March 2008, a new numbering plan was introduced in an effort to improve the quality of the service and increase fixed phone use in Albania. The old plan stayed in effect in parallel to the new until 15 September 2008.

The new numbering plan introduces a new digit, represented by the number 2 that is put in front of local telephone numbers country-wide. For example, to dial a Tirana number with the old plan, it would have looked like XXX XXX . With the new plan, the digit 2 is added to form 2XXX XXX . The old plan is defunct and not longer in operation.

Additionally, changes include the replacement of the Municipality of Laç's calling code with the new 53 code.

Numbering plan by District (effective 15 September 2008)
Municipality - Code
Shkodër - 22
Vau-Dejës - 261
Koplik - 211
Bajram Curri - 213
Pukë - 212
Fushë-Arrëz - 271
Kukës - 24
Krumë - 214
Lezhë - 215
Rrëshen - 216
Rubik - 284
Burrel - 217
Klos - 287
Peshkopi - 218
Bulqizë - 219
Berat - 32
Ura Vajgurore - 361
Kuçovë - 311
Çorovodë - 312
Poliçan - 368
Lushnje - 35
Divjakë - 371
Fier - 34
Patos - 381
Roskovec - 382
Ballsh - 313
Vlorë - 33
Orikum - 391
Selenicë - 392
Himarë - 393
Tirana - 4
Kamëz - 47
Vorë - 47
Laç - 53
Mamurras - 561
Kruje - 511
Fushë-Krujë - 563
Durrës - 52
Shijak - 571
Manëz - 572
Sukth - 573
Kavajë - 55
Rrogozhinë - 577
Peqin - 512
Elbasan - 54
Cërrik - 581
Belsh - 582
Gramsh - 513
Librazhd - 514
Përrenjas - 591
Pogradec - 83
Korçë - 82
Maliq - 861
Bilisht - 811
Ersekë - 812
Leskovik - 871
Përmet - 813
Këlcyrë - 875
Tepelenë - 814
Memaliaj - 885
Gjirokastër - 84
Libohovë - 881
Sarandë - 85
Konispol - 891
Delvinë - 815
Mobile phone codes : Operator - Code -
Eagle Mobile - 67
AMC - 68
Vodafone Albania - 69
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    Albania Telephones (+355)

    Telephone numbers in Albania

    This is a list of area codes in Albania.

    Country Code: +355

    International Call Prefix: 00

    For domestic calls (within the country), 0 must be dialed before the area code. The prefix for international calls from Albania is 00 (e.g. for an United States number 00 1 ... should be dialed). Below is an explanation when dialing a Tirana number:

     2xxx xxx (from within Tirana)
     04 2xxx xxx (from within Albania)
    +355 4 2xxx xxx (from outside Albania)
    
    History

    Albania has the lowest rate of telephone use per capita in Europe with roughly 10 lines per 100 people as of 2008 ITU statistics. As a result, cellular phone use is very common throughout the country. The numbering plan has constantly evolved during the last 30 years. Tirana has passed to a seven digit plan as of 2008 from a four digit plan in the communist period by gradually adding one digit.

    New Numbering Plan and Addition of Digit "2"

    As of March 2008, a new numbering plan was introduced in an effort to improve the quality of the service and increase fixed phone use in Albania. The old plan stayed in effect in parallel to the new until 15 September 2008.

    Numbering plan by District (effective 15 September 2008) Municipality ↓ - Code ↓
    Mobile phone codes
    Operator - Code
    Numbering Plan of Albania
    Albania City Codes
    Babicë - 394
    Bajram Curri - 213
    Bajzë - 211
    Ballsh - 313
    Berat - 32
    Bilisht - 811
    Bulqizë - 219
    Burrel - 217
    Cakran - 387
    Çërrik - 581
    Çorovodë - 312
    Delvinë - 815
    Divjakë - 371
    Durrës - 52
    Elbasan - 545
    Ersekë - 812
    Fier - 34
    Fushë-Krujë - 563
    Gjirokastër - 84
    Gramsh - 513
    Himarë - 393
    Kavajë - 554
    Koplik - 211
    Korçë - 82
    Krujë - 511
    Krumë - 214
    Ksamil - 893
    Kuçovë - 311
    Kukës - 242
    Laç - 53
    Levan - 388
    Lezhë - 215
    Libohovë - 881
    Librazhd - 514
    Lushnjë - 35
    Maliq - 861
    Mamurras - 561
    Memaliaj - 885
    Mobile - 68
    Orikum - 391
    Patos - 342
    Peqin - 512
    Përmet - 813
    Përrenjas - 591
    Peshkopi - 218
    Pogradec - 832
    Poliçan - 368
    Pukë - 212
    Rrëshen - 216
    Rrogozhinë - 577
    Sarandë - 852
    Selenicë - 392
    Shijak - 571
    Shkodër - 22
    Tepelenë - 814
    Tiranë - 4
    Tropojë - 213
    Ura Vajgurore - 361
    Vlorë - 33
    Vodafone - 69
    Capital of Albania Tirana
    Albania Electrical Outlet 220 V,50 Hz - Type C / Type F
    Albania Phone Jack Russian / Greek
    Albania Languages Albanian (official - derived from Tosk dialect), Greek, Vlach, Romani, Slavic dialects
    Albania Currency Lek (ALL)
    Albania Population 3,639,453 (129 of 237)
    Albania Area, Sq. Km. Total: 28,748 (145 of 237)
    Land: 27 Water: 1
    Albania GDP (US$) $21,810,000,000 (116 of 237)
    Telephones 353,600 (107 of 237)
    Mobile Phones 2,300,000 (106 of 237)
    Internet Hosts 10,162 (108 of 237)
    Internet Users 471,200 (101 of 237)
    What's the time in Albania Zone now? Central European Standard Time = GMT+1 Central European Summer Time = GMT+2
    What time zone is Albania in? Albania is located in the Central European Time Zone (CET) The Central European Standard Time (CET) is 1 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+1).
    Summer Time: Albania, like most states in Europe, observe the Daylight Saving in Summer Time. The time is shifted forward by 1 hour to GMT+2.
    Albania general assessment: despite new investment in fixed lines teledensity remains low with roughly 10 fixed lines per 100 people; mobile-cellular telephone use is widespread and generally effective; combined fixed-line and mobile-cellular teledensity is approaching 100 per 100 persons
    domestic: offsetting the shortage of fixed line capacity, mobile-cellular phone service has been available since 1996; by 2003, two companies were providing mobile services at a greater teledensity than some of Albania's neighbors; Internet broadband services initiated in 2005; Internet cafes are popular in Tirana and have started to spread outside the capital
    international: country code - 355; submarine cable provides connectivity to Italy, Croatia, and Greece; the Trans-Balkan Line, a combination submarine cable and land fiber-optic system, provides additional connectivity to Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Turkey; international traffic carried by fiber-optic cable and, when necessary, by microwave radio relay from the Tirana exchange to Italy and Greece (2008)
    Definition: This entry includes a brief general assessment of the system with details on the domestic and international components. The following terms and abbreviations are used throughout the entry:
    Arabsat - Arab Satellite Communications Organization (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia).
    Autodin - Automatic Digital Network (US Department of Defense).
    CB - citizen's band mobile radio communications.
    Cellular telephone system - the telephones in this system are radio transceivers, with each instrument having its own private radio frequency and sufficient radiated power to reach the booster station in its area (cell), from which the telephone signal is fed to a telephone exchange.
    Central American Microwave System - a trunk microwave radio relay system that links the countries of Central America and Mexico with each other.
    Coaxial cable - a multichannel communication cable consisting of a central conducting wire, surrounded by and insulated from a cylindrical conducting shell; a large number of telephone channels can be made available within the insulated space by the use of a large number of carrier frequencies.
    Comsat - Communications Satellite Corporation (US).
    DSN - Defense Switched Network (formerly Automatic Voice Network or Autovon); basic general-purpose, switched voice network of the Defense Communications System (US Department of Defense).
    Eutelsat - European Telecommunications Satellite Organization (Paris).
    Fiber-optic cable - a multichannel communications cable using a thread of optical glass fibers as a transmission medium in which the signal (voice, video, etc.) is in the form of a coded pulse of light.
    GSM - a global system for mobile (cellular) communications devised by the Groupe Special Mobile of the pan-European standardization organization, Conference Europeanne des Posts et Telecommunications (CEPT) in 1982.
    HF - high frequency; any radio frequency in the 3,000- to 30,000-kHz range.
    Inmarsat - International Maritime Satellite Organization (London); provider of global mobile satellite communications for commercial, distress, and safety apps, games, at sea, in the air, and on land.
    Intelsat - International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (Washington, DC).
    Intersputnik - International Organization of Space Communications (Moscow); first established in the former Soviet Union and the East European countries, it is now marketing its services worldwide with earth stations in North America, Africa, and East Asia.
    Landline - communication wire or cable of any sort that is installed on poles or buried in the ground.
    Marecs - Maritime European Communications Satellite used in the Inmarsat system on lease from the European Space Agency.
    Marisat - satellites of the Comsat Corporation that participate in the Inmarsat system.
    Medarabtel - the Middle East Telecommunications Project of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) providing a modern telecommunications network, primarily by microwave radio relay, linking Algeria, Djibouti, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Yemen; it was initially started in Morocco in 1970 by the Arab Telecommunications Union (ATU) and was known at that time as the Middle East Mediterranean Telecommunications Network.
    Microwave radio relay - transmission of long distance telephone calls and television programs by highly directional radio microwaves that are received and sent on from one booster station to another on an optical path.
    NMT - Nordic Mobile Telephone; an analog cellular telephone system that was developed jointly by the national telecommunications authorities of the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden).
    Orbita - a Russian television service; also the trade name of a packet-switched digital telephone network.
    Radiotelephone communications - the two-way transmission and reception of sounds by broadcast radio on authorized frequencies using telephone handsets.
    PanAmSat - PanAmSat Corporation (Greenwich, CT).
    SAFE - South African Far East Cable
    Satellite communication system - a communication system consisting of two or more earth stations and at least one satellite that provide long distance transmission of voice, data, and television; the system usually serves as a trunk connection between telephone exchanges; if the earth stations are in the same country, it is a domestic system.
    Satellite earth station - a communications facility with a microwave radio transmitting and receiving antenna and required receiving and transmitting equipment for communicating with satellites.
    Satellite link - a radio connection between a satellite and an earth station permitting communication between them, either one-way (down link from satellite to earth station - television receive-only transmission) or two-way (telephone channels).
    SHF - super high frequency; any radio frequency in the 3,000- to 30,000-MHz range.
    Shortwave - radio frequencies (from 1.605 to 30 MHz) that fall above the commercial broadcast band and are used for communication over long distances.
    Solidaridad - geosynchronous satellites in Mexico's system of international telecommunications in the Western Hemisphere.
    Statsionar - Russia's geostationary system for satellite telecommunications.
    Submarine cable - a cable designed for service under water.
    TAT - Trans-Atlantic Telephone; any of a number of high-capacity submarine coaxial telephone cables linking Europe with North America.
    Telefax - facsimile service between subscriber stations via the public switched telephone network or the international Datel network.
    Telegraph - a telecommunications system designed for unmodulated electric impulse transmission.
    Telex - a communication service involving teletypewriters connected by wire through automatic exchanges.
    Tropospheric scatter - a form of microwave radio transmission in which the troposphere is used to scatter and reflect a fraction of the incident radio waves back to earth; powerful, highly directional antennas are used to transmit and receive the microwave signals; reliable over-the-horizon communications are realized for distances up to 600 miles in a single hop; additional hops can extend the range of this system for very long distances. Trunk network - a network of switching centers, connected by multichannel trunk lines.
    UHF - ultra high frequency; any radio frequency in the 300- to 3,000-MHz range.
    VHF - very high frequency; any radio frequency in the 30- to 300-MHz range.
    Source: CIA World Factbook - cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2124.html
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