Phonebook of Arkansas.com
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Phonebook of Arkansas.com
(+I 50I or +I 870)

Arkansas is the 25th State of the USA - joined the Union in I836
the local internet code   ar.us   has not been adopted - only pioneer code .com
 I37,74I km² (53,I82 sq mls) - 2,509,000 people
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phone system

local calls
no area code inside
the same area

national long distance
national prefix: I
area code: ---
          (always 3 digits)
number: --- ----
          (always 7digits)

international calls
international prefix: 0II
country code: - or -- or ---
number: ???

exeption !   Canada or
the Carribbeans
     (I --- --- ----)
are also part of the
North American
numbering Plan (NANP)

exampe
calling from Arkansas
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in France
+33 I 422I IIII  Phonebook of the World
0II 33 I 422I IIII
II rue des IIaIIes
PAR
IS Ier


usefull numbers
american operator 4II
call the operator from
outside the US
+I 2I2 555 I2I2

international operator
(call from inside the US)
I0I0 2220

Fire 9II
Police 9II


calling from abroad

to Arkansas
+I 50I --- ----
+I 870 --- ----

map of Arkansas

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State of Arkansas

divided into   Counties


joint the USA   june I5 I836

Capital: Little Rock

Governor
State of Arkansas

languages
English

economy:
GNP 34 000 $/person
9248 billion $
home to I79/500 of the
World's largest companies


geography
Mount Magazin, highest point of Arkansas
Mount Magazine 839m
no coast
longest river
largest lake
access to 6 neighbours
west:
Phonebook of Texas.com
Phonebook of Oklahoma.com

north:
Phonebook of Missouri.com

est:
Phonebook of Tennessee.com
Phonebook of Mississippi.com

south:
phonebook of louisiana.com

 
 

When the direct dial system started in I952 area codes were very simple:
2I2 for New York, 2I3 for LA, 2I4 for Dallas, 2I5 for Pennsylvania,
but today,  there are no more guidelines

areacodes by code: 200 - 300 - 400 - 500 - 600 - 700 - 800 - 900
areacodes by area: A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P
PARIS - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z


Little Rock (+I 50I) - Pine Bluff (+I 870)

     
     
 
 



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State of Arkansas
flag of Arkansas
designed by Miss Willie Kavanaugh Hocker from Wabbaseka
the diamond shape of the center represents a diamond scince Arkansas had Diamond mines
there are 25 white stars around the Diamond because Arkansas was the 25th State to join the US
the 3 blue stars in the lower part represent France, Spain and the USA, countries that have been governing Arkansas
the star above represents the Confederacy to which Arkansas once belonged



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*Time in Arkansas is based on the settings of your computer's clock (CST/Central Standard Time time zone) - Time changes in the summer to CDT/Central Daylight Time