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Sunday, 30 September 2012

What is the ITU?

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is a global organization where governments and the private sector come together to coordinate global telecommunications networks and services. The ITU administers E.164 (described above) as the international country-level telephone numbering plan, the structure of which is described in the ITU document "E.164."
Country codes are assigned by the ITU; however, designated telecommunications regulatory bodies within each country administer their own telephone numbers. (An example of a fully qualified E.164 number includes that telephone number's country code, area code and the phone number. For example, the phone number 9777 1234 in Melbourne, Australia would be +61 3 9777 1234.)



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