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061 Windhoek
0621 Okahandja
0626 Windhoek International Airport
0627 Rehoboth
0629 Uis
0631 Keetmanshoop
06331 Lüderitz
06332 Oranjemund
06342 Karasburg
064 Swakopmund, Walvis Bay
0651 Otjiwarongo
06542 Outjo
0661 Mariental
0671 Tsumeb
0672 Kombat
06731 Grootfontein
06752 Oshakati
06762 Ondangwa
0681 Gobabis
0683 Witvlei
060 Telecom Switch cellular mobile (GSM; seven-digit subscriber numbers)
081 MTC cellular mobile (GSM; seven-digit subscriber numbers)
085 Cell One cellular mobile (GSM; seven-digit subscriber numbers)
00 international access code (was 09)
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NCC Namibian Communications Commission
Namibia's telephone numbering plan was originally devised when the country, then known as South West Africa, was under South African administration, and integrated into the South African telephone numbering plan
Area codes beginning with 06 being allocated to Namibia, including Walvis Bay, a South Africa enclave, which was not transferred to Namibian sovereignty until 1994.
Following Namibia's independence in 1990, direct dialling between Namibia and South Africa was discontinued, and calls were classed as international. Consequently, subscribers were required to use the international access code and country calling code, omitting the trunk code 0. Namibia had already been allocated its own country code by the International Telecomunication Union, +264.

Windhoek, Namibia to Johannesburg, South Africa
Before 1992: 011 xxx xxxx
After 1992: 09 27 11 xxx xxxx
Johannesburg, South Africa to Windhoek, Namibia
Before 1992: 061 xxx xxx
After 1992: 09 264 61 xxx xxx
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