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Project Description

Contains the country codes from ISO 3166-1 based on the code based on:

https://github.com/deactivated/python-iso3166/

But also has the MCC and MNC codes based on the Wikipedia page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mobile_country_codes

As well as the latest released listing from ITU:

http://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu-t/opb/sp/T-SP-E.212B-2014-PDF-E.pdf

Note that MCC codes for a country can be:

  • None (no MCC code)
  • a string (where a country has one code)
  • a tuple of strings (where a country has more than one code)

Installation

$ pip install mobile-codes

Usage

>>> import mobile_codes

Lookup by Mobile Country Code (MCC):

>>> mobile_codes.mcc("648")
[Country(name=u'Zimbabwe', alpha2='ZW', alpha3='ZWE', numeric='716', mcc='648')]
>>> mobile_codes.mcc("311")
[Country(name=u'Guam', alpha2='GU', alpha3='GUM', numeric='316', mcc=('310', '311')),
 Country(name=u'United States', alpha2='US', alpha3='USA', numeric='840', mcc=('310', '311', '313', '316'))]
>>> mobile_codes.mcc("313")
[Country(name=u'United States', alpha2='US', alpha3='USA', numeric='840', mcc=('310', '311', '313', '316'))]

Lookup by name, alpha2, alpha3 (all case insensitive):

>>> mobile_codes.alpha3("CAN")
Country(name=u'Canada', alpha2='CA', alpha3='CAN', numeric='124', mcc='302')
>>> mobile_codes.alpha2("CA")
Country(name=u'Canada', alpha2='CA', alpha3='CAN', numeric='124', mcc='302')
>>> mobile_codes.name('canada')
Country(name=u'Canada', alpha2='CA', alpha3='CAN', numeric='124', mcc='302')

Lookup operators by mcc (returns a list of all operators):

>>> mobile_codes.operators('302')
[Operator(mcc='302', mnc='220', brand='Telus', operator=u'Telus'),
 Operator(mcc='302', mnc='221', brand='Telus', operator=u'Telus'),...

Lookup operator by mcc and Mobile Network Code (MNC):

>>> mobile_codes.mcc_mnc('722', '070')
Operator(mcc='722', mnc='070', brand='Movistar', operator=u'Movistar')

All lookups raise a KeyError if the requested value is not found.

Development

If you want to do development on the library, follow these steps:

  • Create a virtualenv
  • bin/pip install -r requirements/tests.txt
  • bin/nosetests -s mobile_codes

Contributors

  • Hanno Schlichting (hannosch)
  • Jared Kerim (jaredkerim)

Changes

0.6 - 2014-10-14

  • Move network and country constants into JSON files
  • Incorporate ITU data for operators

0.5 - unreleased

0.4 - 2014-06-13

  • Declare compatibility with Python 3.4.
  • Fix a number of country to mcc mappings.
  • Issue #9: Fix typo in mcc for Yemen.
  • Issue #10: Allow 310 as a mcc value for Puerto Rico.

0.3 - 2014-05-14

  • Changed mcc API to always return a list, possibly empty, possibly containing multiple countries.

0.2.2 - 2014-04-22

  • Some tests, docs changes and updates to the records, thanks hannosch.

0.2 - 2013-10-26

  • Added in MNC codes and a script to scrape them.

0.1 - 2013-10-22

  • Added in MCC codes and a lookup.
  • Made completely lazy, no records generated or indexed until first asked for.
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