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Coastline: 193 km
Country Code +65
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phone system
Numbering Plan of Singapore
local calls
national long distance
area code:: none
subscriber number: xxx xxxx or
xxxx xxxx
(always 7 - 8 digits)
in 2003 Singapore had
I,896,000 fix phonelines

mobile calls
subscriber number:
+65 8xxx xxxx ( new lines)
or +65 9xxx xxxx
in 2003 Singapore had
3,52I,000 mobile lines

international calls
international prefix: 00
I
example:
calling from Singapore
to France

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00 33 1 4221 1111
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Singapores phonesystem is regulated by
Infocommunications
Development Authority
of Singapore (IDA)


usefull numbers
Sing Tel operator I00
Fire ?
Police ?


calling from abroad

to Singapore
+65 xxx xxxx
or +65 xxxx xxxx
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Republic of Singapore

Capital: Singapore

founded in I965
I963 - I965 part of Malaysia
I8I9 - I963 British Colony

political:
Prime Minister
Government of Singapore

languages:

English, Maysian, Mandarin
Tamil

economy:
GNP $ 109,4 billion
GNP/person $ 23,500
home to 0 out of the I00
home to 1 out of the 500
largest companies of the World

1 Singapore $ (SGD)
= 100 cents
1,7422 $ SGD = 1 $ US (2003)
1,7240 $ SGD = 1 $ US

national holiday
Independeance, Aug 9 (1965)

geography
Bukit Timah, highest point of Singapore
Bukit Timah 166m

access to
2 neighbour countries
west and north and east:
Phonebook of Malaysia.com
south:
Street of Singapore
Phonebook of Indonesia.com

 
 



     

   
     
     
   
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