Is there a phone number that starts with 4470?
If you are talking about a phone number of the form +4470xxxxxx that is a number in the UK (called a redirector) that can be forwarded anywhere in the world. Those sorts of numbers are notoriously used by scammers, usually in Nigeria. If you see a number like that and in involves commerce it's a red flag. Be very careful.
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In some countries, particularly Hungary and Mexico, there aretelephone numbers that start with 123. In older telephone technologies, dialing or touch-toning a "1"first told t…he system you were about to dial a long distance call.In the phone system circa 1965 and before, there were three kindsof domestic calls: 7-digit local calls, 1+7digit zoned called zonedcalls (which called in roughly the same county, but cost more thanlocal), and 1+10 digit calls which were 1 plus a 3-digit area codeplease a 7-digit number. This rigid formatting worked because voiceand routing signals went over the same circuit (so you'doccasionally hear fast tones in call that required longer routing).Nowadays, in most areas, zoned calls are obsolete and area codeplus 7-digit numbers are recognized by the system as long distancecalls. Even today, however, typing in a 1 first will still notifythe system to expect 10 more digits. Note too that we are startingto see area codes that begin with the number "1", and there is amove in the field to go to all 10-digit phone numbers (3-digit areacode + 7-digit phone number), so you may see numbers that startwith "1" in the not too distant future.
In American movies and TV shows phone numbers begin in "555-"
You mean the international code? 52 is such number.
Other than directory assistance, phone numbers do not start with 555, so numbers in the movies do not conflict with actual phone numbers.
Tennessee area codes are 423, 615, 731, 865, 901, and 931.
011 is the international access prefix used for calls from NorthAmerica (USA, Canada, and certain Caribbean and nearby islands) tothe rest of the world. With the exception of …country code +800(UIFN international toll-free numbers, dialed from North America as011-800 plus 8 more digits), anything dialed from North Americabeginning with 011 is most definitely NOT toll-free. 011 is also a domestic telephone area code in many differentcountries. For example, in South Africa, 011 is one of the areacodes for Johannesburg; in India, 011 is the area code for NewDelhi; in the UK, 011 plus one more digit is the area code forseveral different cities. The toll-free codes in North America are 800, 888, 877, 866, 855,and 844, with 833 and 822 reserved for future toll-free use.
+44 at the start of a telephone number means that it is in the United Kingdom, country code +44. Within the UK, substitute the trunk prefix 0 for the country code +44: for exa…mple, +44 151 becomes 0151. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00 , but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011 , Japan uses 010 , Australia uses 0011 , and many other countries use different prefixes.)
This is his friend and I probably shouldn't do this but his number is 847-902-6603. Call text and FaceTime him. He might answer you.
If your international access prefix is 00 (the most commonly used prefix), then that is an invalid number . However, if your prefix is 000, then you are calling a country co…de beginning with +8, which is either somewhere in east/southeast Asia or a special code for satellite phones, international networks, etc. You need at least one or two more digits to be specific.
There are not currently telephone numbers beginning with 75 inDublin, Ireland.
Best guess is that you are asking about a telephone number starting with +1 610 36, which is in telephone country code +1 (North America, including USA, Canada, etc.), area co…de 610 (suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).
Well, you didn't specify whether you meant the area code or thetelephone prefix - Texas has several of both. Area codes serving Texas include 210, 214, 254, 281, 325, 361, 409…,430, 432, 469, 512, 682, 713, 806, 817, 830, 832, 903, 915, 936,940, 956, 972, and 979. The list of prefixes is even larger, and you'll need to be morespecific about the city or region you're looking for.