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Area Code: none Subscriber Number: 9 digits Trunk Prefix: n/a International Prefix: 00
For details, see: Gibraltar.
Wireless numbers begin with 6.
The ITU/European Union standard international dialling prefix of 00+ was also adopted at this time, replacing the former 07+ access code to reach numbers of other nations.
Permissive dialling of either old or new format numbers was scheduled to end 6 June 1998.
The former Spain system had area codes of 1 or 2 digits, followed by subscriber numbers of 6-7 digits. The total number of area and subscriber digits was 8 (excluding the initial 0 toll prefix with the area code).
(Source: Telefonica, from press release and information that is no longer available).
From a (now-unavailable) Telecom Italia press release, the change may have taken effect for most inbound international callers as of 4 April 1998.
(tips thanks to Christian Feldhaus, Diego Betancor)
See also Swisscom press release for information from a Switzerland viewpoint.