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The international dialing code for Israel is 972. To dial to Israel from abroad, first dial the international dialing access code that is specific for your country (for example 00), then dial 972 followed by the area code and local number. When dialing within Israel, the local area code has to be preceded by a zero, "0". For example, a number dialed as 03.1234567 within Israel, should be dialed as 972.3.1234567 from outside of Israel.
|Ambulance (Magen David Adom)||101|
|Israel Electric Company||103|
|Home Front Command Emergency||104|
|Municipality and City information|
(Moked phone number)
|Phone number of line||110|
* New code is effective since April 20, 2004
NDC - National Destination Code, leading digits of N(S)N - National (Significant) Number. WHEN DIALING WITHIN ISRAEL, add a zero (0) before the NDC
|Dan||3||Tel Aviv, Rishon Lezion, Holon, Ramat Gan, Ariel|
|North||4||Haifa, Katzrin, Kiriat Shemona, Tiberias|
|South||8||Rehovot, Ashdod, Ashkleon, Beer Sheva, Eilat|
|Sharon||9||Herzliya, Netanya, Raanana|
Non-geographic prefix numbers for mobile telephony and cable telephony services:
|Hot Telecom (cable)||077||VoIP|
The minimum number length (excluding the country code) is 8 digits, and the maximum is 9 digits.
Note: The Ministry of Communication has instituted a "number portability" policy to allow easy switch between service providers. This policy dictates that a subscriber can transfer phone service to another operator without changing phone number. Therefore, a phone number prefix does not necessarily indicate the current operator for the specific phone number.
In Israel there are several international telephony operators. When dialing an international call from Israel, a prefix code of the form "01X" is added before the country code.
In brief, to dial a number abroad: Service provider code + country code + area code + number
|Service provider||Prefix code||Customer service|