Special 7-digit number ranges (no associated area code):200xxxx shared cost services 300xxxx future use 400xxxx shared revenue services 4004181 directory enquiries 4004444 internet access (Dial Up - internet subscribers) 500xxxx shared revenue/carrier use (internet access, other services) 5005555 internet access (Dial 'N Surf - for casual non-subscribers) 600xxxx shared revenue services (television quiz) 700xxxx shared revenue services 800xxxx freephone numbers 900xxxx shared revenue services (premium/900)
Emergency calls: "Emergency numbers in the UAE". Retrieved March 22, 2010.999 Police and Emergency 997 Fire 991 Water or Electrical Emergencies
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... Two sorts of special numbers exist in Argentina ... On the one hand, three-digit numbers are used for special services such as to call the police, fire brigade or emergency doctors, as well as to hear the official time ... Also telephone companies have three-digit numbers to report a problem in the lines, or to ask for another subscriber's number, when a paper directory is not available ...
... The number for the emergency services is 112 ... Alternatively, one can call 191 for Police Services, 196 for Ambulance Services, and 199 for the Fire Department ...
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