Rufnummernbereich

English translation: Area Code

06:48 Dec 29, 1999
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Rufnummernbereich
Rufnummern in öffentliche Interesse liegen im Rufnummernbereich 1 der Teilnehmernummern in den Regionen und in Rufnummernbereich 1 der Teilnehmernummern von öffentlichen mobilen Netzen. Wenn nicht ausdrücklich anders angefürt, sind die Rufnummernbereiche in allen Regionen gliech zu halten.
[Text is to do with the Telecoms Industry in Austria]
Agius Language & Translation
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:01
English translation:Area Code
Explanation:
As used in Telephone Directories
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Joachim (X)
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na +1Area Code
Joachim (X)
naarea code
Ilse Hawes (X)
naarea code
Ilse Hawes (X)
naBlock of numbers
Mike McDonald (X)
naRufnummerbereich
lone (X)
naCalling area
Antje Ruppert
nadirectory number
A. Peikert
nanumbering area
Kristina M (X)
narange 1xxx of subscriber no.
Zsuzsa K


  

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11 mins
Calling area


Explanation:
"Rufnummern" are phone numbers within a calling area = Rufnummernbereich

Antje Ruppert
United States
Local time: 09:01
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16 mins
range 1xxx of subscriber no.


Explanation:
I'm not quite shure if the URL's (off. URL of Austrian TK) explain the terms but they'll be maybe useful (english page also avail.)



    Reference: http://www.PTA.at
    Reference: http://www.telekom.at
Zsuzsa K
Austria
Local time: 15:01
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in HungarianHungarian
PRO pts in pair: 3
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54 mins
directory number


Explanation:
Telephone numbers of public interest apply to directory number 1 of the subscribers´regional network and to directory number 1 of public cellphone networks.
If not explicitly mentioned, the directory access number has to be keept the same in all regions.

A. Peikert
United States
Local time: 08:01
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57 mins
numbering area


Explanation:
Per Fachwörterbuch Telekommunikation, J.P. Rehahn.

Also defined as Nummerierungsbereich, Zone.


Kristina M (X)
Local time: 09:01
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
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1 hr peer agreement (net): +1
Area Code


Explanation:
As used in Telephone Directories


    Reference: http://www.twintierservices.com/atv
Joachim (X)
PRO pts in pair: 4

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agree  Jacqueline McKay
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2 hrs
Rufnummerbereich


Explanation:
area number or area code

Lone Fundby
dansk@sympatico.ca

lone (X)
Canada
Local time: 09:01
Native speaker of: Danish
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3 hrs
area code


Explanation:
is most frequently used. It designates a specific dial-up area code for reaching a specific call range.


Ilse Hawes (X)
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3 hrs
area code


Explanation:
is most frequently used. It designates a specific dial-up area code for reaching a specific call range.


Ilse Hawes (X)
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5 hrs
Block of numbers


Explanation:
IMHO this refers to the *proposal* that public service numbers will normally be allocated from a block beginning with a 1, so the various police or fire stations in a large city would look like this: 01 (for Vienna) 123456, 01 112223 etc. whereas 'normal' numbers might start with a 2: 01 234567. At the moment there is no such pattern for the allocation of numbers.



    Reference: http://www.etb.at/
    Shows the current make-upof Austrian telephone numbers
Mike McDonald (X)
Local time: 14:01
Native speaker of: English
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