Annex I - Situation of other European countries with GSM-R numbering resources

Situation of other European countries with GSM-R numbering resources

Country

Network holder

Date

MCC

MNC

NDC

Observations

Germany

DB Netz

 

262

10

1835

Referred to in the NNP as:

183 - Non geographic numbers - Closed User Group

11 digit length

Austria

OeBB

2007

232

91

50255

NDC=50255 (private networks)

The GSM-R network may only be used in the rail network internal communications

Belgium

Infrabel

 

206

02

461

Referred to in the NNP - 4618 allocated to the company NMBS

Spain

ADIF

2004

214

51

888

No further information is available.

Referred to in the NNP as:

888 - Orense geographic area

Slovakia

ZSR

 

231

99

959

Non-public networks - GSM-R

Forbidden international access

The GSM-R operator will provide for a pilot.

In the future - interconnection with fixed and mobile networks and other GSM-R system networks will be permitted.

Finland

RHK

2003

244

17

4556

Information not available

France

RFF

2004

208

14

6698

Information not available

Italy

RFI

2002

222

30

313

The NNP includes rules on GSM-R

Included in mobile and personal communications services

The Netherlands

ProRail

2003

204

21

840

Code 8408 - Personal Number Service was allocated as in 2003 no other resource was available

In 2006 range ''088'' was created (company numbers) however numbers continued to be used, thus range ''84'' was maintained

Norway

JBV

2003

242

20

879

Level 8 - non-geographic numbers

Exclusively dedicated to the GSM-R system

United Kingdom

Network Rail

 

234

13

5555

NNP description:

055 - Corporate numbers

Information could not be confirmed

Czech Republic

SZDC

 

230

98

959

959 - Private telephone networks

9 Digits (1 million numbers)

Roaming since 2007 with DB's GSM-R network (Germany)

Interconnection with public fixed and mobile networks

Sweden

BV

 

240

21

7838

Referred to in the NNP as:

Operator specific service - 15 Digits

Information could not be confirmed

Switzerland

SBB

2004

228

06

512

Numbers in range 512 have been used for 25 years.

NNP range 51 is intended for a Fixed Network Service (corporate networks).

SBB declared that numbers were solely needed for its internal network.