People from those French territories usually split phone numbers saying 4,2,2,2 (for 0590112233 => 0590 11 22 33).
…to reflect ITU specification References:  ITU http://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu-t/oth/02/02/T02020000310001PDFE.pdf  Telephone numbers in Ivory Coast http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone_numbers_in_Ivory_Coast Fixes: The Ivory Coast numbers do not have a trunk code leading to the situation that valid numbers such as '22507123456' would be normalized as '2257123456'. Furthermore, if you look at the allocation of both landline and mobile numbers given in both  and , the area code is fixed to 2 digits. In the case of landlines, the ITU spec will list out 3 digit area codes but this is only because they are making the separation based on telecom provider as well. That is, the 3rd digit of the national subscriber number signifies the network operator. But viewing it from the zones listed in the "Usage of E.164 number" column, it is clear that the zones are allocated 2-digits. This also matches up with the information in  as well as the way the numbers are formatted in  Côte d'Ivoire Tel: +225 20 34 43 74 Fax: +225 20 34 43 75 URL: www.artci.ci As a result, the parsing of Ivory Coast numbers will split the NSN into 4 2-digit numbers. Furthermore, we need to set the trunk code to an empty string to prevent it from being removed during normalization (similar to how it is done for Italy)
References:  Mobile Telephony Number Allocation (Nigerian Communications Commission) http://www.ncc.gov.ng/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=113&Itemid=102  National Numbering Plan (Nigerian Communications Commission) http://www.ncc.gov.ng/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=92&Itemid=  Telephone numbers in Nigeria (Wiki) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone_numbers_in_Nigeria  ITU Nigeria http://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu-t/oth/02/02/T020200009C0001PDFE.pdf According to the aforementioned references, the area codes for GSM numbers are 3 digits long with the subscriber part having 7 digits. This means the previous match rule match(/^(702\d)\d+$/) >> split(3,4) was incorrect as this would allow an 11-digit national number which is not given by any of the specifications. Also, the ranges 700-709, 800-809, 810-819, and 900-909 have been allocated for mobile numbers as outlined in . Fixed up parsing of mobile numbers according to the  and extended both the plausibility specs as well as the country specs
it's 7 numbers after the area code not 8 Only Cairo/Giza/Qalubiya (+20 2) is 8 Charachters
… phone dialed from abroad as a '1' right after the country code. Also fixed up the splitting of numbers into 3-4 or 4-4 groups since this is what seems to be used according to the links below http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone_numbers_in_Mexico http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_conventions_for_writing_telephone_numbers#Mexico
…ange to have a length of 7 or 8. The ITU document on Estonia, http://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu-t/oth/02/02/T02020000430001PDFE.pdf, indicates on page 4 that the number range 50-59 contains 8 digits, however, if you look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone_numbers_in_Estonia and https://www.numberingplans.com/?page=plans&sub=phonenr&alpha_2_input=EE¤t_page=69, it appears that this is not entirely correct. the 5xx range can be either 7 or 8 digits long and this is something that we are also seeing with some of our clients. Now to be fair to the ITU document, as an additional remark, it states the following. "Differences in § 19 section 1 of the “Estonian Numbering Plan” Regulation, Mobile telephone service" I am not sure what other document this is referring to as the § 19 section 1 is not part of the one pointed to by the aforementioned link. In either case, given the other sources of information along with some of our clients, it seems that the 7/8 digit is something that needs to be taken into account.
Page 1 of the ITU document http://www.itu.int/oth/default.aspx?lang=en&parent=T02020000BE indicates the possible structures of the National (Significant) Numbers. We used this information, with the focus on mobile numbers, to fix up the parsing rules. Furthermore, the maximum length of the NSN is 8 digits whic meant that the previous parsing rule (fixed(2) >> split(3, 2, 2)) would not return the correct plausibility results for valid numbers. Added plausibility as well as formatting specs.
- according to http://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu-t/oth/02/02/T02020000550001MSWE.doc, the formatting for mobile numbers follows a 3,4 split. e.g. +30 693 XXX XXXX - this is also how mobile numbers are listed in the Non-geographic numbers section of the wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone_numbers_in_Greece