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Area Code: none Subscriber Number: 7 digits (8 digits in March 2008; see note below) Trunk Prefix: n/a International Prefix: 00Until March 2008, 7-digit national numbers without area code. Some sources previously indicated the old 6-digit format. Still other sources may list the old area code format, which was long abandoned.
Old range New range Service --------- --------- ------- +509 2xxxxxx +509 22xxxxxx fixed (Teleco) +509 3xxxxxx (unknown) mobile (Rectel - no migration indicated) +509 4xxxxxx +509 34xxxxxx mobile (Comcel) +509 5xxxxxx +509 35xxxxxx fixed, mobile (Haitel) +509 6xxxxxx +509 36xxxxxx mobile (Digicel) +509 7xxxxxx +509 37xxxxxx mobile (Digicel) +509 8xxxxxx +509 38xxxxxx mobile (Digicel) +509 85xxxxx +509 985xxxxx Data (e.g. Multilink) +509 87xxxxx +509 987xxxxx ISP (Multilink) +509 88xxxxx +509 988xxxxx VoIP (any carrier) +509 89xxxxx +509 989xxxxx ISP (ACN) +509 9xxxxxx +509 39xxxxxx mobile (Comcel) (new range) +509 4xxxxxxx mobile (any carrier) (new range) +509 8xxxxxxx freephone, premium numbers (new range) +509 9xxxxxxx alternate technologies (any carrier)Short codes and 00 international prefix remain unchanged.
Source: CONATEL announcement (23 August 2007, via ITU)
(News courtesy Sergiu Rosenzweig)
+509 561xxxx, +509 562xxxx, +509 563xxxx, +509 564xxxx, +509 565xxxx
International dialling format: +509 NXX XXXX Source: CONATEL announcement (28 January 2005, via ITU).
Number range Carrier/service type ============ ==================== 2xx xxxx CONATEL (as of 1 March 1999) 330 xxxx to 334 xxxx RECTEL (mobile cellular) 405 xxxx to 409 xxxx COMCEL (mobile cellular) [plus 420 xxxx?] 510 xxxx to 559 xxxx HAITEL (PCS) 800 xxxx CONATEL intelligent network 851 xxxx to 855 xxxx IRIS (wireless)Source: CONATEL.
Number range Carrier/service type Service started ============ ==================== =============== 330 xxxx RECTEL (mobile cellular) January 1999 420 xxxx COMCEL (mobile cellular) 23 May 1999 510 xxxx HAITEL (PCS) 1 March 1999 851 xxxx IRIS (wireless) June 1999
There was an indirect reference to the proposed national renumbering from an NCHR - Haiti Insight article. This is an unofficial reference.
There is a lack of formal and consistent telephone numbering information available regarding Haiti. However, there are sufficient details available to suggest that a 7-digit plan is now in effect. The numbering change would also allow for a future entry into the North American Numbering Plan, although there are no known serious plans for such a move.
Haiti on-line telephone directories from: Haiti Focus.