Area Code

  • (noun): A number usually of 3 digits assigned to a telephone area as in the United States and Canada.

Some articles on area code, area codes, area, code:

List Of Ohio Area Codes - Background
... When the first area code plan was introduced in 1947, the state was given area codes 216, 419, 513, and 614 ... There are currently ten area codes serving Ohio ... An eleventh area code, 380, will cover the Columbus/Central Ohio area ...
Local Conventions For Writing Telephone Numbers - Oceania - Australia
... MBB BBB (for mobile telephone numbers), where 0A is the optional "area code" and BBBB BBBB is the subscriber number ... When written for a local audience, the optional area code is omitted ... The area code is sometimes written within parentheses (0A) BBBB BBBB, but this usage is becoming less common ...
List Of Oregon Area Codes
... This is a list of telephone area codes in the state of Oregon. 503 The northwestern corner of Oregon, including Portland and its metropolitan area, Salem and other cities 971 An overlay of area code 503 ... meaning it was only present in some parts of the 503 area ...
Local Conventions For Writing Telephone Numbers - South America - Peru
... Peru uses 2-digit area codes followed by 6-digit subscriber numbers outside of Lima ... In Lima the area code is "1" and the subscriber number has 7 digits, divided XXX XXXX ... departments (similar to states), a 2 digit code now has to be entered before the 9 ...
Local Conventions For Writing Telephone Numbers - Europe - Netherlands
... The area code ('A') is commonly separated with a dash ('-') and sometimes a space from the subscriber's number ('B') ... Alternatively, the area code (including the trunk prefix) can be enclosed in parentheses ... The length of the area code for landlines is either 2 or 3 digits, depending on the population density of the area ...

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