Chhattisgarh Telephone Code



In the modern days telephone has become an important medium of communication. Telephone service provided in the state of Chhattisgarh is very advanced. The communication has become very easy with this device.

The introduction of cellular phones by the government service provider and the private companies beside the land line service have further advanced the process of communication. Communication can be made across the the state of Chhattisgarh and with other parts of India with the help of telephone services. The telephone service providers in Chhattisgarh have made keeping in touch with family members and friends in abroad. They offer not only local facilities but STD and ISD facilities as well. For better and convenient process of communication via telephone, certain Chhattisgarh telephone code has been introduced.

The most important Chhattisgarh Telephone Code is the country code. The country code is 0091 and it is very essential while making international call to Chhattisgarh from outside the country.. The cities of Chhattisgarh have individual area codes or STD codes. This telephone code of Chhattisgarh has to be dialed before accessing any local number when making a call from one city to another or from outside the country.

Some of the STD codes of Chhatisgarh are given below:
  • Ambikapur -7774
  • Bagbahera - 7707
  • Antagarh - 7847
  • Bilaspur - 7752
  • Durg - 788
  • Korba - 7759
  • Kunkuri - 7764
  • Raipur - 771
  • Udaipur- 7833
  • Wadrainagar - 7772
  • Shakti -7757
  • Saraipali - 7725
  • Luckwada - 7788
  • Manpur - 7746
  • Mahasamund -7723



Last Updated on: 29th March 2013

     


     

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