Here are some useful information, just to get you familiar with the currency of the Republic of Serbia and possibilities of exchanging money.

Important and useful phone numbers

Emergency phone numbers:

  • Police: 192
  • Ambulance: 194
  • Fire Department: 193
  • Emergency Medical Service: +381 31 514 200


Other useful phone numbers:

  • Information on current time: 195
  • Wake-up call: 9811
  • Sending telegrams: 1961
  • Phone book: 11811
  • Phone disturbance: 1977
  • Roadside assistance: 1987
  • International information: 19011


Communication and internet

In Serbia there are three telecommunication operator of fixed-line telephony, three mobile operator and one operator of data transmission.

mt:s – MOBILNA TELEFONIJA SRBIJE (network prefix 064, 065 and 066)
Call Center: 064-789
Address: Jug Bogdanova 1, Užice
Working hours: Mon-Fri 08:00-21:00, Sat 08:00-17:00

TELENOR (network prefix 062, 063 and 069)
Call Center: 063-9000
Address: Dimitrija Tucovića 61, Užice

A1 (network prefix 060 and 061)
Call Center: 060-1234

Address: Dimitrija Tucovića 67, Užice
Working hours: Mon-Fri: 08:00-21:00, Sat: 08:00-16:00
Working hours: Mon-Fri 08:00-20:00, Sat: 08:00-16:00

Phone card (SIM card) for your mobile phone can be bought at the above mentioned locations, as well as at newsstands and kiosks. There are two types of SIM cards:

Prepaid card: these have to be activated by calling voice machine to the number 777 or by calling any subscriber number. If the card is not activated, you will not be able to receive calls.

Postpaid card: these are ready for use right away and have their value.
When you spend your phone credit, there are several options for mobile phone topup:

  • Electronic topup – via terminals at authorized distributers
  • Topup cards – available from kiosks
  • Online topup – via the operator’s website
  • SMS topup – by sending an SMS from another telephone
  • Or directly at the above mentioned location of Mobile operators


Telekom Srbija is the National fixed-line telephone service. Last few years other telecommunications companies (Internet and cable providers) have also started providing fixed-line telephone services in Serbia.

Call Center: 0800 100 100
Address: Jug Bogdanova 1, Užice
Working hours: Mon-Fri 08:00-21:00, Sat 08:00-17:00

SBB (Serbia Broadband)
Cable television and broadband internet service provider
Call Center: 19900
Address: Kneza Lazara 7‒9, Užice
Working hours: Mon-Fri 08:00-20:00, Sat 08:00-16:00


The international dialing code for Serbia is 381. So, for instance, to call from your country you will have to dial:
00 – international code (or just + for mobile phones)
381 – dialing code for Serbia
31 – area code for Užice
XXX – the subscriber’s number

It’s the same when calling abroad from Serbia, first the international code 00, followed by the dialing code of the country, the area code of the town (without the leading 0) and then finally the subscriber’s number.

Area Codes in Serbia (city codes) for calls made within Serbia:

  • Užice 031
  • Kragujevac 034
  • Beograd 011
  • Niš 018
  • Novi Sad 021

To see all area codes in Serbia, follow this link.



In order to make a phone call from the public telephone booth you would need Halo card (Halo kartica) with embedded chip.

The price, which also represents the amount of credit available for making calls, is printed on the card. These can be purchased at almost every street corner, at newsstands and kiosks.


The national Internet domain of the Republic of Serbia is .RS

Above mentioned mobile telephone operators provide also internet for affordable prices. There are different possibilities, one of them is buying prepaid internet package with, or without USB modem.

WI-FI Internet (free hotspots)

There are many internet hotspots where you can access the internet free of charge via your laptop or phone. Almost every café and restaurant have WI-FI and guest can use it. WI-FI for students is available in the building of the Faculty of Education.