Telephone numbers in Croatia
This is an alphabetical list by town of phone dialing codes in Croatia. The country calling code for Croatia is +385. Croatia received a new country code following the breakup of the SFR Yugoslavia (+38) in 1991.
Location of Croatia
|Typical format||0xx xxx xxx|
09x xxxx xxx (mobile)[a]
|Country calling code||+385|
|International call prefix||00|
The international call prefix depends on the country of origin of the call, e.g. 00 for most European countries, and 011 from North America. For domestic calls (within the country), 0 must be dialed before the area code. The prefix for international calls from Croatia is 00 (e.g. for a United States number 00 1 xxx should be dialed).
An example for calling a line in Bjelovar-Bilogora County (area code 043) is as follows:
xxx xxxx (within the 043 area) 0 43 xxx xxxx (within Croatia) +385 43 xxx xxxx (outside Croatia)
List of area codesEdit
Telephone area codes closely correspond to postal codes in Croatia and are assigned to counties. Both the Zagreb County and the City of Zagreb have the same area code (1), which is further divided into 9 areal subgroups (i.e. from 11 to 19, or 011 to 019 for calls from outside the region).
|Zagreb and Zagreb County||1 (11-19)|
|Inland Croatia proper|
|Littoral Croatia proper and Istria|
Mobile phone codesEdit
|A1 (ex VIPnet)||91|
|Tomato (MVNO of A1, ex VIPnet)||92|
|bonbon (MVNO of T-Hrvatski telekom)||976, 977|
|T-Hrvatski telekom||98, 99|
|MultiPlus Mobile (MVNO of Konzum, switched off 1 April 2017)||979|
Since the adoption of mobile number portability, prefixes of existing numbers no longer guarantee that number is in the corresponding mobile network, i.e. carried by the mobile carrier that originally issued the number. Any newly issued number follows the above numbering plan.
|Nationwide numbers||72 (was 62)|
|Personal numbers||74, 75|
|Internet dial-up||76, 77|
|Toll free||800, 801|
As mandated by law, all phones detectable by, or temporarily carried by, Croatian carriers provide unlimited access to state emergency numbers free of charge at all times. The Europe-wide 112 emergency number can be used to contact local fire and police departments and emergency medical and search and rescue services.
|Police||112 or 192|
|Fire brigade||112 or 193|
|Ambulance||112 or 194|
|MRCC Rijeka - SAR||112 or 195|
|Roadside assistance (HAK)||1987|
- Certain older phone numbers, land and mobile, may still contain fewer (8) digits but these are no longer issued.