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Phone Book of the World.com
is organised according
to the different IDD
(International Direct Dialing) Telephone Zones:

Phone Book of North America.com  (+I)
Phone Book of Africa.com  (+2)
Phone Book of Europe.com  (+3 or +4 )
Phone Book of Latin America.com  (+5)
Phone Book of South Asia.com (+6)
Phone Book of Russia
.com
 (+7)
Phone Book of North Asia.com  (+8)
Phone Book of the Middle/Far East.com  (+9)
unlike other "World Telecom Zones"
North America has only one
country code
the same one for the USA, Canada
and the States of the Carribbeans

+I . --- . --- ----
this Country code +I is followed by uncountable area codes ....
the 'north american numbering plan'

is a little different from the rest of the World
all North American Phonenumbers have a 3 digit Area Code
and a 7 digit Number


 
 

secrets behind North American phonecodes:
the International country codes got issued in 1964,
with the creation of IDD (International Direct Dial)
repacing manual Phone Operators

Almost every country has his own country code
exept those located in North America:
the USA  and Canada
received the same country code
+I
Alexander Bell
in fact Alexander Bell,
the inventor of the phone
lived in both the USA  and Canada
so both countries got the same county code ...

and to avoid confusion
the Islands of the Carribbeans
Mexico (switched to Latin America in I968)
and some Central America countries (switched to Latin America in I972)
got integrated in the North American +I country code

the North American Numbering Plan NANP
had already been set up in I952,
giving each region a 3 digit area code
the International access to North America Phones became
+I --- (3 digit area code) --- ---- (7 digit number)

the lenght of Phonenumbers have never changed,
but with more and more phonelines getting into service
new area codes needed to be added to avoid saturation


in the beginning US area codes were simple:
2I2 for New York, 2I3 for LA, 2I4 for Dallas, 2I5 for Pennsylvania,
but today,  there are no more guidelines

the State of California alone has more than 29 different area codes
(all of Latin America has 28 different country codes)
and there are more all the time ...

this listing might be useful
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



still today I30 years after the Invention of the Phone
many leading Phonecompanies
are called Bell
,
after Alexander Bell

the famous Bell Logo
the famous Bell logo
showing a 'Bell' that rings
is a trademark of different
Baby Bell phonecompanies


 
 
     
 
 

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