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  1. Dec 23, 2009 · ussually the first 3 digits of the phone number for exampls: If you have a phone number in NJ the first 3 digits would be (609) If you live in a different country, theres always a 3 number digit...

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  3. The first grouping is of course, the area code. The area code is the identifier for a geographic region. The next grouping is the 3-digit prefix, which narrows the location of the phone number a little further. Finally, there is the line number. These are the last 4 digits of the phone number which directs a call to a specific phone line.

  4. (March 2013) A telephone prefix is the first set of digits after the country, and area codes of a telephone number; in the North American Numbering Plan countries (country code +# ), it is the first three digits of a seven-digit phone number, 3-3-4 scheme. In other countries both the prefix and the number may have different lengths.

  5. A telephone prefix, also called an exchange code or central office code, is a three-digit code that identifies a much smaller region within an area code. The prefix can refer to a specific city or a section of a city. The telephone prefix is the second 3 digits in a 10-digit phone number. What does it mean when a 4 digit number calls you?

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