The Telecommunications Act 31 of 2000 makes provision for the National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission to establish and manage a numbering plan for the allocation of numbers among telecommunications providers. The plan allows for and ensures equitable access to numbering resources among operators.
NANPA Countries – The North American Numbering Plan (NANP) is an integrated telephone numbering plan serving 20 North American countries that share its resources. 1 + 10 digits must be used when dialing a NANP number
Non NANPA Countries – Calls to countries outside of NANP require a different dialing scheme. 011 must be dialed first followed by 8 – 16 digits
Countries Outside NANP
1 + 10 Digits
011 + 8-16 Digits
Maurice Bishop Highway
Grand Anse, St. George’s
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