From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Telephone numbers in Canada follow the fixed-length Bell System format, consisting of the country code +1, followed by a three-digit area code, a three-digit central office code (or exchange code) and a four-digit station code. This is represented as 1 NPA NXX XXXX, in which the country code is "1".
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According to the hotel's website, PEnnsylvania 6-5000 is New York's oldest continually assigned telephone number and possibly the oldest continuously-assigned number in the world.   Tommy Tutone 's hit song " 867-5309/Jenny " (1981) led to many unwanted calls by the public to telephone subscribers who actually were assigned that number.
May 1, 1960 All Number Calling (7-digit telephone numbers) is introduced in Bell Canada territory. The first to benefit from these new numbers are subscribers in Ormstown and Franklin-Centre, Quebec. March 15, 1962 The Bell Telephone Company of Canada is the first telephone company in the world to offer a commercial facsimile service.
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