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Find a Poland Phone Number or Phone Code
The Poland country phone code is 48. Polish phone numbers are now (since 30 September 2009) 10 digits, starting with a 0, but you omit the 0 when dialling from outside Poland. The first three digits (beginning with 0) are actually an area phone code, but you must dial them even when calling locally. Note: as this is recent, some of the directories below do NOT show this initial 0.
Mobile (cell) phone numbers are also 10 digits, starting with 05, 06, 07 and 08.
http://ksiazka-telefoniczna.com/: This is the White Pages phone book for Poland. It's in Polish, and sometimes (?) the Google toolbar doesn't translate it properly so here's a key:
You have to enter the name of the city (in Polish, for example Warszawa for Warsaw) in "Miasto". "Ulica" is street, but it's not a requirement. Next put in a surname, or company name, in "Nazwisko" and click on the "Szukaj Telefonu" button below it. The results are served up below, and this time the Google translation is useful. You can click on a link to get a map location.
"Nie znaleziono takiego abonenta(ów) w ksiazce" means "not found", "Brak takiego miasta" means "city not found".
For reverse search (search by number), click on the "Szukaj Telefonu" tab at the top. Then enter the area code (such as 22 for Warsaw) in "Numer kierunkowy", and the remaining number in "numer telefonu". Enter the captcha characters shown in the image in "Token", and click on the "Szukaj Telefonu" button below.
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