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EUROPEAN COMMUNITY CONSIDERS NEW EUROPEAN TELEPHONE CODE

European Community telecommunications ministers agreed at their meeting last week that national authorities should consider working together to introduce a telephone code that can be used to make calls from any location across Europe: it would be a sort of 13th country code so that Europeans from Rome to Dublin could use the same number to contact a company advertising its wares on television; they also said that governments should consider setting up an agency to help co-ordinate the introduction of telephone numbers for pan-European services from mobile telephones to emergency and toll-free numbers.

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