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Codes of Nhoor

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Phone numbers
Nhoor has a fixed and a mobile telephone network. In 2012 a large scale revision of the telephone number system took place in order to merge the various mobile networks with the fixed network.

A standard Nhoor telephone number is composed as XX YY ZZZZZZ, where XX is a serial number that indicates whether a number is fixed or mobile or special; YY in fixed numbers refers to the area, in mobile numbers to the telecommunications company that issues the number (people can however keep their number if they move to another area, but not if they switch to a mobile phone subscription at another company), and in special numbers they are usually left out; the six Z’s are (normally) random digits; there can be less than six Z digits in special numbers, such as the alarm number, which is just 111.

Nhoor’s country calling code is +427. There is no trunk prefix between the country calling code and the national number.

Unlike Nhoor ZIP-codes (see below), Nhoor phone numbers do not contain the numbers Ѧ or Ѣ as they wouldn't be able to be selected from abroad.

Type (X-Digits)
- special number prefixes: 11, 12, 15, 17, 22
- fixed number prefixes: 30-59, currently in use : 31, 32, 33, 36, 41, 42, 44, 47, 55
- mobile number prefixes: 70-99, currently in use : 70, 72, 76, 77, 78, 79, 86, 87, 88, 99

Area (Y-Digits):
- Chur: Chur city 90, 95; rest of the province 91, 92, 93, 94, 96
- Cōsō pw Camhɵrlanh: Cinharda 23, 24, 25, 27, 28; Na̦ra 07; rest of the province 13, 14, 16
- Gehermhach pw Ta̦rleqh: Sā̦qdws 21, 22, 26; Qhōmh 10, 11, 12; Mhēni 20; rest 15, 17, 18, 19, 29
- Gwmen pw Camhɵrlanh: Anhaƨy 01; rest 02, 03
- Īnōsy: 42
- Jōnsoch pw Ta̦rleqh: Tojy 30, 32, 39; Silīmh 74, 75; Pherpasy 46; Qenhīmh; rest 31, 33, 34, 37, 38
- Orleqh: O̦qwrruc 71, 72; Serany 66, 67; Caruqhur 82; rest 73, 76, 79
- Pāla: 85, 86
- Sārruc: Tator 70; rest 50, 53, 54, 55, 59
- Sīron-Onharh: Miruc li Onharili 80; Borva 40; rest 48, 49
- Sola: Sola city 61; rest 62, 63
- Tenda: Tenda city 60; rest 56, 58
- U̦mhach: 05, 06
- Unnō pw Camhɵrlanh: Camhɵrlanh 35; rest 36, 41, 45
- Vaqtwch: 08, 09


ZIP-Codes
ZIP-Codes in Nhoor are composed of four numbers and, in case of larger settlements, a letter noted after the name of the settlement: XYZZ(-Y). X is the postal district, Y the first subdivision, ZZ a village or a series of (parts of) streets, -Y is the second subdivision of larger cities.

The postal districts partially coincide with the provincial borders, but there are a number of differences:
1 Sārruc
2 Chur
3 & 4 Ta̦rleqh (east and west)
5 Cinharda, Eremhws, Paqurda
6 & 7 Cōsō/Gwmen pw Camhɵrlanh except Cinharda, Eremhws, Paqurda
8 Sīron-Ohnarh, Unnō pw Camhɵrlanh, U̦mhach
9 Orleqh, Īnōsy
Ѧ Sola, Vaqtwch
Ѣ Tenda, Pālaā
0 special codes

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