Telephone code of Goa


The national telephone code of Goa is 0832. Internationally this is done as "+91"; so the telephone code of Goa will be dialed as "+01 832". There are plenty of privately run phone offices in all the towns in Goa, and all of them have direct national (STD) and international (ISD) dialing facilities. The bill is always paid after the call has been made.

Some Important telephone numbers regarding Telephone Codes of Goa and other telephone services are listed below:

  • Change of number (Directory information) 195
  • Demand trunk (Bombay) 151
  • Directory inquiry 197
  • International Booking 186
  • Local complaints 198
  • Postal inquiry 191
  • STD (Code locking system) 175
  • STD complaints 182
  • Trunk booking 180
  • Trunk inquiry 181
  • Trunk information 183
  • Time 174


Last Updated on: 8/06/2013


     


     

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