Landline or Mobile number allotted to a subscriber by a service provider along with various prefixes for trunk dialing / International dialing
Here, Landline number means a phone number allocated by a service provider for transmission of communication signals through a hard-wired (metal cable / optical fiber) or wireless system.
Mobile number means a phone number allocated to a subscriber by a mobile network operator for transmission of communication signals through radio waves.
In addition to telephony, modern mobile phones also support a wide variety of other services such as text messaging, MMS, e-mail, Internet access, short-range wireless communications (infrared, Bluetooth), business applications, gaming and photography. Mobile phones that offer these more general computing capabilities are referred to as smart phones also.

Data Element Reference Number: 
G00.06
Data Element Type: 
Generic
Data Format: 
Varchar
Validations: 

-International Access Code Varchar(3) with value “00” for outside India

-Country Code Varchar(3) with value “91” for India
-Trunk Prefix Char(1) with value “0”
- Area Code (2-4) Varchar(4)
- Landline number (6-8) Varchar(8)

Note: Total no. of character for Area Code & Subscriber number should be 10 digits

For Landline number:

Local calls : Landline number itself

Calls within India – 11 digits
(Trunk prefix - Area code - Landline number )

For calls to India from outside Country – Maximum 15 digits
(International Access Code of the concerned country - Country code of India - Area Code - Landline number)

For calls from India to an outside country

(International Access Code of India ( value “00” + Country code of the specific country - Area Code & particular Landline number)

For Mobile number

Local Calls : 10 digits

Calls within India – 11 digits (Trunk prefix - Mobile no )

For calls to India from outside Country - Maximum 15 digits
(International Access Code of the concerned country -Country code of India - Mobile no )

For calls from India to outside country
(International Access Code of India ( value “00”) - Country code of the specific country - Area Code & particular Mobile number )

Owner: 
Government of India, DeitY
Status: 
Accepted
Parts if any: 

- International Access Code G00.06-00-01
- Country code G00.06-00-02
- Trunk Prefix G00.06-00-03
- Area Code G00.06-00-04

- Phone Number (With two instances as Landline number & Mobile Number)
- Landline number G00.06-01-05
- Mobile number G00.06-02-05

Version: 
1.1
Max Size: 

16 including the codes used for prefixing of parts

Comments: 

The international Access Code (referred as exit code also), of India is 00.
For calls to India from abroad ( ISD calls) , the appropriate International access code should be dialed, followed by 91, followed by the area code , followed by the phone number.
STD code in BSNL terminology means Trunk prefix value and Area code

Domain Work Area Category: 
Based on: 

ITU-TE.164 for Country code & Department of Telecommunications

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