The National Numbering Plan provides a set of rules and guidelines for the use and assignment of numbers to telecommunication services delivered over the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), the Radio Network and the Internet or other Internet Protocol (IP) based networks.

National Numbering Plan & Allocation Process

National Numbering Plan
National Numbering Plan (whole document) Updated - 13 August 2019
Foreword
Executive Summary
Introduction
The National Numbering Scheme
Level '0' and '1' Short Codes
Level '3' Numbers
Level '6' Numbers
Level '8' and '9' Numbers
'1800' Local Toll Free Service Numbers
'1900' Premium Based Service Numbers
'800' Numbers
Signalling Point Codes
Global Title
Use of 'Star' and 'Hex' Keys
Alphanumeric Telephone Keypad Standard
Other Numbering Schemes
Annex 1 - Procedure & Criteria for Assigning 3-Digit Access Codes (134.24KB)
Annex 2 - Procedure for Assigning 4-Digit Access Codes (128.68KB)
Annex 3 - Procedures for Bidding Special 1800/1900 Numbers (112.24KB)Updated - 13 August 2019
Annex 4 - Form for the transfer of '1800'/'1900' Numbers (111.65KB)Updated - 13 August 2019
Annex 5 - Information Required for the Application of ISPC/NSPC (113.45KB)Updated - 13 August 2019
Annex 6 - Procedure for the Bidding of Numbers Initiated by IMDA (117.85KB) Updated - 13 August 2019
Annex 7 - Procedure for the Bidding of Choice Number Levels (121.13KB) Updated - 13 August 2019
Annex 8 - Procedures for Allocation of Numbers to Police and Government Agency (199.32KB) Updated - 13 August 2019
Annex 9 - List of Abbreviations (9.00KB) Updated - 13 August 2019

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Last updated on: 25 Oct 2019