How to call to Niue (country code +683)

New Zealand, Tokelau, Niue, and the Cook Islands are all part of the Real of New Zealand, however each of these regions has their own independent country code. Calls between them should be dialed as an international phone call, and not as a domestic phone call. The Ross Dependency (also part of the Realm of New Zealand) is part of New Zealand's domestic phone system.

Calling to Niue

  • A leading '+' in the phone number means 'dial your country's exit code'.
  • Calling from a mobile phone: dial from on the country where you're currently located.
  • Calling from a VoIP or satellite phone: dial from on the country where the phone is registered.

… to a mobile (cellular) phone

Use the same call sequence.

Niuean mobile phone numbers begin with ‘1’ (but not ’10’), 3, 5, and 6.

Calling to a mobile phone that is registered in Niue but roaming outside of Niue: dial the regular call sequence to a Niuean mobile phone.

Calling to a mobile phone user currently roaming in Niue with a phone that is registered outside of Niue: call the country where the mobile phone is registered.

… to a VoIP phone

VoIP phone numbers based in Niue are accessed with the same call sequence as a regular landline phone.

There are no designated VoIP exchanges in Niue.

Calling to a VoIP phone registered in Niue with the user roaming outside of Niue: dial the regular call sequence to a Niuean VoIP phone.

Calling to a VoIP phone user currently roaming in Niue with a phone that is registered outside of Niue: call the country where the VoIP phone is registered.

… to a satellite phone

There are no Niuean-specific satellite phone systems.

Most satellite phones operate on their own country code – calls to these satellite phones follow their own call sequence.

… sending a fax

Use the same call sequence.

Calling within Niue (domestic dialing)

There is no trunk prefix used when calling within Niue – all phone numbers are dialed as listed.

four digits
local phone number

Niuean phone numbers explained

Number structure

Niuean phone numbers are four digits.

The first digit signifies the type of phone service.

Mobile phones begin with ‘1’ (but not ’10’), 3, 5, and 6.

Land-line (fixed line) phones begin with ‘4’.

Fixed-GSM (a fixed phone based on a wireless phone standard) begin with ‘2’.

An example of a Niuean phone number

The Matavai Resort Niue Island lists its phone number in Alofi as +683 4368.

Number explanation
6834368
country code for Niuedesignates a land-line (fixed line) phone numberremainder of the phone number
Local example – dialing from another location in Alofi

All four digits are dialed when calling from anywhere in Niue

4368
designates a land-line (fixed line) phone numberremainder of the phone number
Long distance example – dialing from Liku, Niue (on the other side of the country)

All four digits are dialed when calling from anywhere in Niue

4368
designates a land-line (fixed line) phone numberremainder of the phone number
International example – dialing from outside Niue

Dial your country’s exit code, followed by Niue’s country code of ‘683’, followed by the local four digit phone number.

exit code6834368
exit code of the country the call is dialed fromcountry code for Niuedesignates a land-line (fixed line) phone numberremainder of the phone number

Calling from Niue

’00’ is used as an international exit code when dialing an international phone call from Niue.

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