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  2. Reverse telephone directory - Wikipedia

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    As cellular phones become more popular, there have been plans to release cell phone numbers into public 411 and reverse number directories via a separate Wireless telephone directory. However, these plans have come under opposition from internet based privacy advocate groups, and blogs, often citing privacy concerns.

  3. Telephone numbers in Turkey - Wikipedia

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    The new system is based on 3 three-digit area codes for provinces and seven digit local phone numbers. Istanbul is the exception and it gets two area codes ([212] for the European and [216] for the Asian side). Calling a cell phone from outside Turkey is the same except the three digit numbers are replaced with the ones of the companies.

  4. Fictitious telephone number - Wikipedia

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    In Hungary, telephone numbers are in the format 06 + area code + subscriber number, where the area code is a single digit 1 for Budapest, the capital, followed by a seven digit subscriber number, and two digits followed by either seven (for cell phone numbers) or six digits (others). for other areas, cell phone numbers or non-geographic numbers ...

  5. Telephone numbers in India - Wikipedia

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    The total length of all phone numbers (area code and the phone number) is constant at 10 digits. For example, the number 7513200000 signifies the area code 751 (the area code for Gwalior) followed by the phone number. Fixed-line or landline numbers are at most 8 digits long. Fixed-line operators

  6. Telephone numbers in Germany - Wikipedia

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    The German phone network became fully digitised in 1997, allowing more flexible use of the numbering space. On 1 January 1998, the Federal Network Agency (named the Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Postal Services at the time) became the numbering authority for phone numbers in Germany. See also. List of dialling codes in Germany

  7. E.123 - Wikipedia

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    E.123 is an international standard by the standardization union , entitled Notation for national and international telephone numbers, e-mail addresses and Web addresses. It provides guidelines for the presentation of telephone numbers , email addresses , and web addresses in print, on letterheads, and similar purposes.

  8. Local number portability - Wikipedia

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    In Hungary, portability exists for geographic numbers since January 1, 2004. Portability for non-geographic numbers (including mobile numbers) is available since May 1, 2004. There has been added a special area code +36 21, which legally allows the phone number to be anywhere in the world, beside having the +36 country code prefix. Ireland

  9. Telephone numbers in New Zealand - Wikipedia

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    New Zealand landline phone numbers have a total of eight digits, excluding the leading 0: a one-digit area code, and a seven-digit phone number (e.g. 09 700 1234), beginning with a digit between 2 and 9 (but excluding 900, 911, and 999 due to misdial guards). There are five regional area codes: 3, 4, 6, 7, and 9.