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ITU Operational Bulletin


International Telecommunication Union




No. 819

1.IX.2004

(Information received by 25 August 2004)



Contents


Page


Contents

International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

Dates of publication of the next Operational Bulletins

No. 820


15.IX.2004

No. 821


1.X.2004

No. 822


15.X.2004

including information


received by:

8.IX.2004

24.IX.2004

8.X.2004


Place des Nations CH-1211 Genève 20

(Switzerland)

Tel: +41 22 730 5111

www.itu.int/itu-t/bulletin/index.html

Fax: +41 22 730 5853 E-mail: tsbtson@itu.int
+41 22 733 7256 tsbmail@itu.int
itumail@itu.int

Contact Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB):


Tel: +41 22 730 5222
Fax: +41 22 730 5853

Contact Radiocommunication


Bureau (BR):
Tel: +41 22 730 5217
Fax: +41 22 730 5785

GENERAL INFORMATION



Lists annexed to the ITU Operational Bulletin

Note from TSB

Approval and deletion of ITU-T Recommendations

Telephone Service

Armenia (country code +374)

Israel (country code +972)

Latvia (country code +371)

Tonga (Country code +676)

Telex Service

Japan
United States


Latvia
Switzerland
United Kingdom


Changes in Administrations/ROAs and other entities
or Organizations


Cameroon

Qatar

Other communication

Austria

Service Restrictions

Note from TSB

Call-Back
and alternative calling procedures (Res. 21 Rev. PP-98)


Note from TSB

AMENDMENTS TO SERVICE DOCUMENTS



Abbreviations used

List
of Ship Stations
(List V)
44th Edition, June 2004

Section IV



REP

FIN

Various tones used in national networks
(According to ITU-T Recommendation E.180)
(Position on 1 February 2003)


COUNTRY/TONE FREQUENCY in Hz CADENCE in seconds

Finland LIR

List of International Signalling Point Codes (ISPC)
(According to ITU-T Recommendation Q.708 (03/99))
(Position on 1 October 2003)


P 4-6 Australia LIR

P 25 Israel ADD

P 29 Latvia ADD

P 36 Pakistan ADD

List of Issuer Identifier Numbers for
the international telecommunication charge card
(in accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.118)
(Position on 1 April 2003)


P 18 Guam ADD



GENERAL INFORMATION

Lists annexed to the ITU Operational Bulletin

Note from TSB


A. The following Lists have been published by TSB or BR as Annexes to the ITU Operational Bulletin (OB):

OB No.

818 List of Data Network Identification Codes (DNIC) (According to ITU-T Recommen­dation X.121 (10/00)) (Position on 15 August 2004)

817 List of Data Country or Geographical Area Codes (Complement to ITU T Recommen­dation X.121) (Position on 1 August 2004)

816 Access codes/numbers for mobile networks (According to ITU-T Recommen­dation E.164) (Position on 15 July 2004)

815 List of terrestrial trunk radio mobile country codes (Complement to ITU-T Recommendation E.218 (05/04)) (Position on 1 July 2004)

805 List of ITU-T Recommendation E.164 assigned country codes (Complement to ITU T Recommendation E.164 (05/97)) (Position on 1 February 2004)

803 List of Mobile Country or Geographical Area Codes (Complement to ITU T Recommen­dation E.212 (11/98)) (Position on 1 January 2004)

801 Mobile Network Code (MNC) for the international identification plan for mobile terminals and mobile users (According to ITU-T Recommendation E.212 (11/98)) (Position on 1 December 2003)

799 List of Signalling Area/Network Codes (SANC) (Complement to ITU-T Recommen­dation Q.708 (03/99)) (Position on 1 November 2003)

797 List of International Signalling Point Codes (ISPC) (According to ITU T Recommen­dation Q.708 (03/99)) (Position on 1 October 2003)

787 Dialling Procedures (International prefix, national (trunk) prefix and national (significant) number) (In accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.164 (05/97)) (Position on 1 May 2003)

785 List of Issuer Identifier Numbers for the International Telecommunication Charge Card (in accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.118) (Position on 1 April 2003)

781 Various tones used in national networks (According to ITU-T Recommendation E.180 (03/98)) (Position on 1 February 2003)

767 Status of Radiocommunications between Amateur Stations of different Countries (In accordance with optional provision No. 25.1 of the Radio Regulations) and Form of Call Signs assigned by each Administration to its Amateur and Experimental Stations (Position on 1 July 2002)

766 List of Country or Geographical Area Codes for non-standard facilities in telematic services (Complement to ITU-T Recommendation T.35) (Position on 15 June 2002)

764 List of Telegram Destination Indicators (In accordance with ITU-T Recommen­dation F.32) (Position on 15 May 2002)

725 List of Names of Administration Management Domains (ADMD) (In accordance with ITU-T F.400 and X.400 series Recommendations) (Position on 30 September 2000)

693 List of Telex Destination Codes (TDC) and Telex Network Identification Codes (TNIC) (Complement to ITU-T Recommendations F.69 and F.68) (Position on 31 May 1999)

691 Service Restrictions (Recapitulatory list of service restrictions in force relating to telecommunications operation) (Position on 1 May 1999)

669 Five-letter Code Groups for the use of the International Public Telegram Service (According to ITU-T Recommendation F.1 (03/98))



B. The following Lists are now available online from the ITU-T website:

List of ITU Carriers Codes
(ITU-T Rec. M.1400 (02/00))



http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/inr/icc/index.html


Bureaufax Table (ITU-T Rec. F.170)

http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/inr/bureaufax/index.html


Approval and deletion of ITU-T Recommendations


A.1 By TSB AAP-82 of 1 August 2004 it was announced that the following ITU-T Recommendations were approved, in accordance with the procedures outlined in ITU-T Recommendation A.8:

– ITU-T Recommendation G.780/Y.1351 (22/07/2004): Terms and definitions for synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) networks

– ITU-T Recommendation G.820/I.351/Y.1501 (29/07/2004): Relationships among ISDN, IP based network, and physical layer performance Recommendations

– ITU-T Recommendation G.991.2 (2003) Amendment 1 (22/07/2004)

– ITU-T Recommendation G.7043/Y.1343 (22/07/2004): Virtual concatenation of PDH signals

– ITU-T Recommendation L.61 (29/07/2004): Optical fibre cable installation by floating technique

– ITU-T Recommendation M.3050.0 (22/07/2004): Enhanced Telecommunications Operations Map – Introduction

– ITU-T Recommendation X.1051 (29/07/2004): Information security management system – Requirements for telecommunications (ISMS-T)

– ITU-T Recommendation Y.1313 (22/07/2004): Layer 1 Virtual Private Network service and network architectures

A.2 By TSB Circular 248 of 15 July 2004, it was announced that the following ITU-T Recommendation was deleted, in accordance with the procedures outlined in ITU-T Recommen­dation A.8 § 8.2, of the WTSA (Montreal, 2000):

– ITU-T Recommendation I.371.1 (24/11/2000): Guaranteed frame rate ATM transfer capability

The conditions governing the deletion of this ITU-T Recommendation were met and 22 Member States and 35 Sector Members participating in the meeting of Study Group 13 (Geneva, from 3 to 12 February 2004) proposed to delete this ITU-T Recommendation. Eight Administrations of Member States responded to the consultation on 15 July 2004, and no objection to this deletion was received.

Telephone Service

Armenia (country code +374)

Communication of 4.VIII.2004:

ArmenTel JV (Armenia Telephone Company), Yerevan, announces the introduction of the following new numbering range in the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) of ArmenTel:

Locality

Number range

Yerevan

+374 1 31 XX XX

Contact:


Mrs Hasmik Zakaryan
ArmenTel JV (Armenia Telephone Company)
International Communications Services Department
2 Aharonyan Street
375014 YEREVAN
Armenia
Tel: +374 1 289 787
Fax: +374 1 289 770
E-mail: jaszak@armentel.com

Israel (country code +972)

Communication of 8.VIII.2004

Bezeq International, Petach-Tikva, announces that the numbering format for international toll free services (ITF/HCD) will change from 1800 94X XXXX to 180 94X XXXX according to the following schedule:

7.IX.2004 New ITF/HCD activations will be according to the new format, i.e. 180 94X XXXX.

7.IX.2004 – 1.IX.2005 Old (1800 94X XXXX) and new (180 94X XXXX) formats will run in parallel.

1.IX.2005 – 1.XII.2005 Cessation of the old format. When an ITF/HCD number is dialled using the old format, an announcement in English and Hebrew will inform the caller to dial according to the new format.

1.XII.2005 The announcements will end.

Contact:


Igor Barakhmanov
Bezeq International
40 Hashacham St.,
Ramat Siv, PO Box 7778
49170 PETACH-TIKVA
Israel
Tel: +972 3 925 7813
Fax: +972 3 925 7220
E-mail: igorb@bezeqint.co.il

Or

Nili Katz


Bezeq International
40 Hashacham St.,
Ramat Siv, PO Box 7778
49170 PETACH-TIKVA
Israel
Tel: +972 3 925 7879
Fax: +972 3 925 7220
E-mail: nilik@bezeqint.co.il

Latvia (country code +371)

Communication of 4.VIII.2004

The Public Utilities Commission, Riga, announces the following National Numbering Plan (NNP) in Latvia:

NDC (National Destination Code) or leading digits of N(S)N (National (Significant) Number)

N(S)N Number Length

Usage of E.164 number

Additional Information




Maximum length

Minimum
length








20

7

7




Reserve Index

21

7

7

 

Reserve Index

22

7

7




Index for transition to 8 digits number



NDC (National Destination Code) or leading digits of N(S)N (National (Significant) Number)

N(S)N Number Length

Usage of E.164 number

Additional Information




Maximum length

Minimum
length








23

7

7




Index for transition to 8 digits number

24

7

7




Index for transition to 8 digits number

25

7

7




Index for transition to 8 digits number

26

7

7

 

Reserve Index

27

7

7




Index for transition to 8 digits number

28

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Riga region




29

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Riga region




30

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Jelgava region




31

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Tukums region




32

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Talsi region




33

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Kuldiga region




34

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Liepaja region




35

7

7

 

Reserve Index

36

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Ventspils region




37

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Dobele region




38

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Saldus region




39

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Bauska region






NDC (National Destination Code) or leading digits of N(S)N (National (Significant) Number)

N(S)N Number Length

Usage of E.164 number

Additional Information




Maximum length

Minimum
length








40

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Limbazi region




41

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Cesis region




42

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Valmiera region




43

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Aluksne region




44

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Gulbene region




45

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Balvi region




46

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Rezekne region




47

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Valka region




48

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Madona region




49

7

7




Testing index

50

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Ogre region




51

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Aizkraukle region




52

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Jekabpils region




53

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Preili region




54

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Daugavpils region




55

7

7




Index for transition to 8 digits number

56

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Kraslava region






NDC (National Destination Code) or leading digits of N(S)N (National (Significant) Number)

N(S)N Number Length

Usage of E.164 number

Additional Information




Maximum length

Minimum
length








57

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Ludza region




58

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




59

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




60

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




61

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




62

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




63

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




64

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




65

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




66

7

7




Index for transition to 8 digits number

67

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




68

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




69

7

7




Index for transition to 8 digits number



NDC (National Destination Code) or leading digits of N(S)N (National (Significant) Number)

N(S)N Number Length

Usage of E.164 number

Additional Information




Maximum length

Minimum
length








7

7

7

Geographic number – Area code for Riga region




80

7

7

Freephone Services




81

7

7

Shared cost services




82

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




83

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




84

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




85

7

7

Corporate/company/VPN numbering




86

7

7

Corporate/company/VPN numbering




87

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




88

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




89

7

7

Special services – Call to payphone, Virtual mail




90

7

7

Premium Rate Services numbering




91

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




92

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




93

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services






NDC (National Destination Code) or leading digits of N(S)N (National (Significant) Number)

N(S)N Number Length

Usage of E.164 number

Additional Information




Maximum length

Minimum
length








94

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




95

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




96

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




97

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




98

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




99

7

7

Non-geographic number – Digital mobile telephony services




Contact:


Gundega Rutka
Public Utilities Commission of Latvia
Telecommunications and Post Department
Brivibas Street 55
RIGA LV-1010
Latvia
Tel: +371 7097240
Fax: +371 7097277
E-mail: gundega.rutka@sprk.gov.lv

Tonga (Country code +676)

Communication of 5.VIII.2004:

The Prime Minister's Office, Department of Communications, Nuku’alofa, announces that Tonga Communications Corporation Ltd (TCC), Nuku’alofa, have been allocated the following numbering ranges for GSM cellular mobile services in the Kingdom of Tonga:

Name of exchange/service

Number range

U-Call (GSM 900)

53XXX
54XXX
55XXX
56XXX
57XXX
58XXX
59XXX


Administrations and recognized operating agencies (ROAs) are requested to update their networks to make access available to the new number ranges.

Contact:

Tonga Communications Corporation Ltd (TCC)


Private Bag 4
NUKU'ALOFA
Tonga
Tel: +676 26700
Fax: +676 26701
E-mail: info@kalianet.to

Telex Service

Japan
United States

Joint Communiqué of 10.VIII.2004:

KDDI Corporation, Tokyo (Japan) and EasyLink Service Corp., Middletown VA (United States) announce in this joint communiqué the sale of KDDI telex service to EasyLink Service Corp. as from 1st April 2005. As a result of the sale, the telex exchange system in Japan will no longer be available. EasyLink Service Corp. shall be managing all telex messages to and from Japan using the existing Telex Destination Code (TDC) “72” allocated to Japan (ITU-T Recommendation F.69), including the Telex Network Identification Code (TNIC) “J” allocated to Japan (ITU-T Recommendation F.68).

All telex service in Japan and transit telex services from other countries where EasyLink Service Corp. operates international telex service should be transited on their normal route to EasyLink telex networks who will provide a switching service to other destinations.

All international telex direct circuits, as well as transit via KDDI Corporation, will be taken out of operation from the cutover time.

Unter 1st April 2005, the international accounting procedure and the settlement of any outstanding payments of telex service will remain unchanged. After this date, all future settlements will be conducted with EasyLink Service Corp. directly.

For any questions regarding accounting and operational matters, please contact KDDI Corporation (Japan) and EasyLink Service Corp. (United States) at the following contact points:

– Operational and accounting matters:

Mr Atsushi Kajiura
KDDI Corporation
Telex Technical Department
KDDI Blidg.2-3-2, Nishishinjyuku
Shinjyuku-ku, 163-8003 TOKYO
Japan
Tel: +81 3 3347 5922
Fax: +81 3 3347 5981
E-mail: at-kajiura@kddi.com

– Accounting matters:

Mr Robert Sorbanelli
PTT Settlements Manager
EasyLink Service Corp.
Room 2120
33 Knightsbridge Road
PISCATAWAY, New Jersey 08854
United States
Tel: +1 732 652 3571
Fax: +1 732 352 7920
E-mail: bsorbanelli@easylink.com

– Operational matters:

Mr Simon Beygelman
EasyLink Service Corp.
MIDDLETOWN, VA
United States
Tel: +1 516 671 9100 (ext. 147)
Fax: +1 516 213 7840
E-mail: sbeygelman@easylink.com

Latvia
Switzerland
United Kingdom

Joint Communiqué of 20.VIII.2004*:

Lattelekom, Riga (Latvia), Swisscom, Breganzona (Switzerland) and E.C. Datacom Limited, London (United Kingdom) announce in this joint communiqué that, starting from 1 October 2004, all telex traffic to and from Latvia will be routed via E.C. Datacom Limited gateway in London, which is directly connected to the telex networks of Swisscom.

The responsibility for international rates and settlements will reside with Swisscom, which will handle negotiations related to telex accounting rates on behalf of Lattelekom.

For any further information concerning the telex service in Latvia, please contact:

Mr Ivars Taunins


Manager of International Carrier Business
Lattelekom SIA
Valnu Street 30
RIGA – LV 1050
Latvia
Tel: +371 705 5432
Fax: +371 705 5300
E-mail: ivars.taunins@lattelekom.lv

Ms Paola Gianinazzi


Swisscom Fixnet Ltd
Fixnet Wholesale
Telex Operation Management
Switzerland
Tel: +41 91 807 9235
Fax: +41 91 807 9834
Telex: 45 840 000 cct ch
E-mail: paola.gianinazzi@swisscom.com

Mr David Banister


E.C. Datacom Limited
Platinum House
Gabriel Mews
LONDON NW2 2GD
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 20 8209 2100
Fax: +44 20 8209 2101
Telex: 21104 ECDATA G

____________

* This information cancels and replaces that published in ITU Operational Bulletin No. 764 of 15 May 2002, page 10.



Changes in Administrations/ROAs and other entities
or Organizations

Cameroon

Communication of 11.VIII.2004:

The Agence de Régulation des Télécommunications (ART), Yaoundé, announces that, by Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications Decision No. 00179/MPT/SG/DPE of 7 October 2003, the Government of the Republic of Cameroon designated the incumbent operator Cameroon Telecommunications (CAMTEL) as “Cameroon’s provisional local provider of access to the space segment” for a period of two (2) years, renewable once.

The address of CAMTEL is the following:

Monsieur le Directeur Général
Cameroon Telecommunications (CAMTEL)
B.P. 1571
YAOUNDÉ
Cameroun
Tel: +237 223 4065
Fax: +237 223 0303
Email: camtel@camnet.com

Contact:


Monsieur Jean-Louis Beh Mengue
Directeur Général
Agence de Régulation des Télécommunications (ART)
B.P. 6132
YAOUNDÉ
Cameroun
Tel: +237 223 0380
Fax: +237 223 3748
E-mail: art@camnet.cm

Qatar

Communication of 18.VIII.2004:

Qatar Telecom (Q-tel) Q.S.C., Doha, announces that the official title of its focal point, Mr Hashem Mustafawi Al-Hashemi, has been changed to Executive Director – Group Communications.

For further information, please contact:



Mr Hashem Mustafawi Al-Hashemi
Executive Director
Group Communications
Qatar Telecom (Q-Tel) Q.S.C.
New Headquarters Tower
West Bay
P.O. Box 217
DOHA
Qatar
Tel: +974 440 0393 / +974 440 0838
Fax: +974 493 1919
E-mail: hashim@qtel.com.qa

Other communication

Austria

Communication of 10.VIII.2004:

On the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the signing of the 1955 Austrian Treaty, the Austrian Administration authorizes their amateur stations to use a special call sign during the year 2005 formed by inserting to the normal call sign the digits 5 and 0 immediately after the national prefix (for example: OE50CA).

Service Restrictions

Note from TSB


See the recapitulatory List of service restrictions still in force published as an annex to Operational Bulletin (OB) No. 691 of 1.V.1999 and the following subsequent communications concerning new, modified or deleted service restrictions:
OB No. OB No.

692 Canada (p. 4), Morocco (p. 8), Tonga (p. 5).

694 Fiji (p. 5), Morocco (p. 9/10).

697 Finland (p. 5/6).

698 Angola (p. 18).

699 Malawi (p. 6), Sweden (p. 9).

700 Slovenia (p. 9).

701 United Arab Emirates (p. 12), Singapore (p. 5).

702 Samoa (p. 6).

704 Finland (p. 13).

707 Germany (p. 3), Morocco (p. 5).

709 Uruguay (p. 8).

711 Slovenia (p. 8).

714 Germany (p. 6), Malawi (p. 12).

716 Norway (p. 17).

719 Denmark (p. 5).

722 Belize (p. 8).

724 United Arab Emirates (p. 7).

726 Australia (p. 13, 31), Finland (p. 12), Indonesia (p. 16, 31), Malaysia (p. 12).

727 Morocco (p. 5).

729 Uruguay (p. 17/18).

737 Belize (p. 8), Turks and Caicos Islands (p. 12).

739 Gibraltar (p. 13).

740 Vanuatu (p. 11).

741 Swaziland (p. 17).

748 Kenya (p. 4).

751 Norway (p. 6), Singapore (p. 7).

753 Peru (p. 9).

754 Suriname (p. 4), Papua New Guinea (p. 5).

757 Portugal (p. 4).

758 Greenland (p. 7), Sweden (p. 7), Vatican (p. 8).

762 Greenland (p. 7).

766 Maldives (p. 19).

770 Netherlands Antilles (p. 9), Guyana (p. 9), Haiti (p. 9).

772 Mozambique (p. 4).

773 Guyana (p. 4), Poland (p. 5).

775 Andorra (p. 5), New Caledonia (p. 6).

776 Aruba (p. 6), Belgium (p. 36), Bosnia and Herzegovina (p. 6), Gibraltar (p. 5), New Caledonia (p. 31).

778 Guyana (p. 6-11), Yugoslavia (p. 16).

780 Saint Lucia (p. 13).

782 Japan (p. 7).

783 Barbados (p. 5-6), United Kingdom (p. 4).

784 Cyprus (p. 3).

785 Dominica (p. 5).

786 Netherlands Antilles (p. 7).

788 Germany (p. 18).

789 New Caledonia (p. 5).

790 Indonesia (p. 3), Slovakia (p. 4).

791 Slovenia (p. 4).

792 Indonesia (p. 4).

796 Dominica (p. 4-5).

797 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (p. 21).

798 Antigua and Barbuda (p. 5),
Slovakia (p. 12).


799 Honduras (p. 19), Hungary (p. 21).

802 Cyprus (p. 5), Iceland (p. 10), Turks and Caicos (p. 11).

804 Serbia and Montenegro (p. 8).

805 Panama (p. 18).

808 Cayman Islands (p. 7-9).

809 Netherlands (p. 19).

812 Cyprus (p. 5).

815 Trinidad and Tobago (p. 10).

818 Sweden (p. 11).

Call-Back
and alternative calling procedures (Res. 21 Rev. PP-98)

Note from TSB


Countries/geographical areas for which information regarding “Call-Back and certain alternative calling procedures not in accordance with the relevant regulations” has been published in the ITU Operational Bulletin (No.):

Algeria (621), Netherlands Antilles (627), Saudi Arabia (629), Azerbaijan (663), Bahrain (611), Belarus (616), Bosnia and Herzegovina (772), Bulgaria (665), Burkina Faso (631), Burundi (607), Cameroon (671), China (599), Cyprus (626), Colombia (602), Cook Islands (681), Cuba (632), Djibouti (614), Egypt (599, 690), United Arab Emirates (627), Ecuador (619), Ethiopia (657), Gabon (631), Guinea (681), Honduras (613), India (627), Jamaica (648), Japan (649), Jordan (652), Kazakhstan (619), Kenya (605), Kyrgyzstan (616), Kuwait (610), Latvia (617), Lebanon (642), Madagascar (639), Malaysia (603), Malta (688), Morocco (619), Mexico (697), Monaco (749), Niger (618), Nigeria (647), Uganda (603), Qatar (593), Dem. Rep. of the Congo (672), Seychelles (631), Sudan (686), South Africa (655), Tanzania (624), Thailand (611), Turkey (612), Viet Nam (619), Wallis and Futuna (649), Yemen (622).

In addition, the following countries/geographical areas stated that the practice of “Call-Back” is prohibited on their territory:

Bahamas, Belize, Benin, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Central African Rep., Comoros, Costa Rica, Côte d’Ivoire, Dominica, Eritrea, Fiji, Gambia, Ghana, Greece, Haiti, Hungary, Indonesia, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Ireland, Israel, Lesotho, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Macao (China), Malawi, Mali, Mauritius, Moldova, New Caledonia, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Samoa, Slovakia, Suriname, Syrian Arab Republic, Chad, Tonga, Tunisia, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Venezuela, Zambia.

This information is the result of a survey made by ITU-T Study Group 3 in accordance with Resolution 21 (Rev. Minneapolis, 1998) of the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and Resolution 29 of the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly, WTSA-2000 (Montreal, 2000).

All the countries/geographical areas which prohibit or allow the practice of “Call-Back” are listed on the ITU Website at the following address: http://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu t/com3/callback/ position.html




AMENDMENTS TO SERVICE DOCUMENTS

Abbreviations used


ADD insert PAR paragraph
COL column REP replace
LIR read SUP delete
P page(s)

List
of Ship Stations
(List V)
44th Edition, June 2004

Section IV

Sub-Section 2C

REP

FIN


a) DP03 FI01 GB14 NL01
NO01 RS01 RS06


b) FI01

Various tones used in national networks
(According to ITU-T Recommendation E.180)
(Position on 1 February 2003)

(Annex to Operational Bulletin No. 781 – 1.II.2003)

(Amendment No. 2)

COUNTRY/TONE FREQUENCY in Hz CADENCE in seconds

Finland LIR


Busy tone - 425 0.3 on 0.3 off
Congestion tone - 425 0.2 on 0.2 off
Dial tone - 425 continuous
Special dial tone - 425 0.65 on 0.025 off
Queue tone - 950/950/1400 0.65 on 0.325 off
0.325 on 1.3 on 2.6 off
Ringing tone - 425 (Note 1) 1.0 on 4.0 off
Special information tone - 950/1400/1800 3x0.333 on 1.0 off
Warning tone – operator intervening 425 0.2 on 0.3 off 0.2 on 1.3 off
Call waiting tone - 425 0.15 on 0.15 off 0.15 on 8.0 off


Note 1 – In a certain service, music can be played in parallel to the ringing tone.

List of International Signalling Point Codes (ISPC)
(According to ITU-T Recommendation Q.708 (03/99))
(Position on 1 October 2003)

(Annex to ITU Operational Bulletin No. 797 – 1.X.2003)

(Amendment No. 22)


Country/ Unique name of Name of the signalling
geographical the signalling point point operator
area ISPC

P 4-6 Australia LIR


5-115-5 Sydney PYR1 Telecorp Ltd.
5-115-6 Sydney GLB1 Telecorp Ltd.
5-115-7 Sydney CAS1 Telecorp Ltd.
5-116-0 Sydney PCM2 Telecorp Ltd.

P 25 Israel ADD


4-050-2 PTTK Internet Gold – Golden Lines Ltd.
4-050-3 TLV Internet Gold – Golden Lines Ltd.

P 29 Latvia ADD


6-248-1 Riga CN Augstceltne

P 36 Pakistan ADD


4-020-0 IGE-2 Karachi (KHI 2) Pakistan Telecom Company Limited
4-020-1 IGE-1 Karachi (KHI 1) Pakistan Telecom Company Limited
4-020-2 IGE-2 Islamabad (IBA 2) Pakistan Telecom Company Limited
4-020-3 IGE-3 Islamabad (IBA 3) Pakistan Telecom Company Limited
4-020-4 LDI (IGE-1) Lahore WorldCall Telecom Limited
4-020-5 ISC-1 (IGE-ISB-1) Islamabad Link-Direct International (Pvt) Limited
4-020-6 TCL (IGE-1) Karachi Telecard Limited
4-020-7 Under process for Special
Communication Organization (SCO)

____________

ISPC: International Signalling Point Codes.

Codes de points sémaphores internationaux (CPSI).

Códigos de puntos de señalización internacional (CPSI).



List of Issuer Identifier Numbers for
the international telecommunication charge card
(in accordance with ITU-T Recommendation E.118)
(Position on 1 April 2003)

(Annex to ITU Operational Bulletin No. 785 – 1.IV.2003)

(Amendment No. 23)

P 18 Guam ADD




Country/
geographical
area


Company Name/Address

Issuer
Identifier Number


Contact

Effective date of usage

Guam

Wave Runner LLC
543A Top Plaza Bldg.
TAMUNING
Guam 96913


89 1 008

Richard C. Yu
Wave Runner LLC
543A Top Plaza Bldg.
TAMUNING
Guam 96913
Tel: +1 671 888 3333
Fax: +1 415 366 3366
E-mail:
richard.yu@choicephone.com


1.VIII.2004
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International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

Dates of publication of the next Operational Bulletins


No. 820

15.IX.2004

No. 821

1.X.2004

No. 822

15.X.2004


including information
received by:


8.IX.2004

24.IX.2004

8.X.2004


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