Harmonised service of social value

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A harmonised service of social value is a type of freephone service available in the European Union, which answers a specific social need, in particular which contributes to the well-being or safety of citizens, or particular groups of citizens, or helps citizens in difficulty.wikipedia
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Childline

Child LineChildliners
ChildLine is also available on the harmonised European number for child helplines, 116111.

NHS 111

111111 is a non-emergency medical helplineNHS 111 service
Within other EU member states and territories a similar type of service is available via the harmonised European number for medical advice 116 117 as one of a number of 'Harmonised Services of Social Value'.

Toll-free telephone number

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A harmonised service of social value is a type of freephone service available in the European Union, which answers a specific social need, in particular which contributes to the well-being or safety of citizens, or particular groups of citizens, or helps citizens in difficulty.

European Union

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A harmonised service of social value is a type of freephone service available in the European Union, which answers a specific social need, in particular which contributes to the well-being or safety of citizens, or particular groups of citizens, or helps citizens in difficulty.

European Commission

EU CommissionCommissionEC
The phone numbers and the corresponding service descriptions are managed by the European Commission and harmonised across all EU member states.

Ofcom

Radio AuthorityBroadcasting Standards CommissionOffice of Communications
After the commission has assigned a number, it is then up to the telephone regulator in each country (such as Ofcom in the United Kingdom) to allocate the number to a telephone service provider and providing organisation of their choice.

116 000

116 000
The first telephone numbers to be allocated are 116 000 (missing children helplines), 116 111 (child help lines) and 116 123 (emotional support helplines).

Federal Network Agency

Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and RailwayBundesnetzagenturFederal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Posts and Railway
In 2004, Germany's Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Postal Services (now the Federal Network Agency) awarded the number 116 116 to Sperr e.V., a non-profit organisation that would forward reports for lost credit and debit cards, SIM cards and key cards.

Credit card

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In 2004, Germany's Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Postal Services (now the Federal Network Agency) awarded the number 116 116 to Sperr e.V., a non-profit organisation that would forward reports for lost credit and debit cards, SIM cards and key cards.

Debit card

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In 2004, Germany's Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Postal Services (now the Federal Network Agency) awarded the number 116 116 to Sperr e.V., a non-profit organisation that would forward reports for lost credit and debit cards, SIM cards and key cards.

SIM card

SIMSubscriber Identity ModuleSIM cards
In 2004, Germany's Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Postal Services (now the Federal Network Agency) awarded the number 116 116 to Sperr e.V., a non-profit organisation that would forward reports for lost credit and debit cards, SIM cards and key cards.

Keycard lock

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In 2004, Germany's Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Postal Services (now the Federal Network Agency) awarded the number 116 116 to Sperr e.V., a non-profit organisation that would forward reports for lost credit and debit cards, SIM cards and key cards.

Samaritans (charity)

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Missing People were allocated the number 116 000; the NSPCC were assigned 116 111; and the Samaritans were allocated 116 123.

Missing People

National Missing Persons HelplineThe National Missing Persons Helpline
Missing People were allocated the number 116 000; the NSPCC were assigned 116 111; and the Samaritans were allocated 116 123.

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

NSPCCSociety for the Prevention of Cruelty to ChildrenNational Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)
Missing People were allocated the number 116 000; the NSPCC were assigned 116 111; and the Samaritans were allocated 116 123.

Single non-emergency number

101101 serviceForce Contact Centre (SNEN)
As part of the European Union's Harmonised service of social value there are designated SNENs for connecting to organisations that help people in need, e.g., 116117 for non-emergency medical service (non life-threatening medical assistance); 116000 for missing people; 116111 for child protection (NSPCC in Great Britain); and 116123 for personal crises (The Samaritans in Great Britain).

Police 101

101101 telephone number
Similar projects such as the Missing People 116000 number; the NSPCC 116111 number; and The Samaritans 116123 number are all part of the European Union's harmonised service of social value commission, who designate simple telephone numbers for helplines of social importance helping citizens in need.