Telephone numbers in Luxembourg


Telephone numbers in Luxembourg

Luxembourg uses a closed dialing plan: all numbers are dialed in the same format whether from within the country or from abroad. There is no trunk "0".

Country Code: 352

The majority of the country also employs a closed numbering plan, where a two-digit area identifier is followed by a four-digit subscriber number. This varies in Luxembourg City, where numbers typically begin with the digits "2" or "4".

79 xxxx (example number in Consdorf) +352 79 xxxx (when dialed from outside Luxembourg)

4 xxxx xxxxx (example number in Luxembourg City) +352 4 xxxx xxxxx (when dialed from outside Luxembourg)

Mobile telephone numbers always carry a three-digit network code, in the format "6x1", which is followed by six digits. The leading "6" of these numbers is not omitted when dialing from abroad.

6x1 xxx xxx (within Luxembourg) +352 6x1 xxx xxx (outside Luxembourg)

These codes were introduced on the 1st of September 2006, replacing codes in the format "0x1". Existing numbers were converted to the new format.

The mobile network codes are:

621 LuxGSM 661 VOXmobile 691 Tango


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