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Telephone Directory
Telephone Directory
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The area code for Belgrade in national traffic is 011

The area code for Serbia in international traffic is 381. To call Belgrade from abroad please dial the appropriate international code, e.g. 00, then dial the area code for Serbia 381 and the area code for the city (without the initial 0)11. To call a foreign country from Belgrade, please dial the international code 00, then the country area code, the city area code (without 0) and, finally, the telephone number of the subscriber.

Important Telephone Numbers

Police – 192
Fire-fighters – 193
Ambulance – 194
Time – 195
Telegram sending by phone – 1961
Registry of international calls – 19011
AMSS road assistance – 1987
Diverse sports information – 19812
Orthodox religious holidays and customs – 19822
Weather information –19822
Lotto and sports forecasts – 19822

Public Telephone Booths

Public telephone booths (Halo govornice) are activated by Halo cards worth RSD 200 or 300, each offering a free call credit of RSD 15. The sales price is written on the card, which is also the value of the credit for making calls. Halo cards may be purchased on kiosks, post offices and in retail stores.

Telephone Directory

+381 11 11811 (private and business subscribers, one item of information per call)

www.webstrane.com (private and business subscribers, telephone directory on the Internet)

White Pages (private subscribers, printed edition, free delivery to home address) www.11811.rs/BeleStrane/Index
Yellow Pages (business subscribers, printed edition, free delivery to home address)

 

Landlines

Telekom Srbija

Information centre: +381 11 19813 (working days 08-19h)
Technical problem reports: +381 11 19771 (07-21h)
Telephone subscribers numbers +381 11  11811 (00-24h)
Waking up: +381 11  19811 (00-24h)
Diverse Information +381 11  19812 (00-24h)
Customer Service: (08-19h, Saturdays 08-14h)
, Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard 84
, Radivoja Koraća 6
, Obilićev venac 2

ORION Telekom

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