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January 31, 2006

Area Code List — By Number

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Now this is useful.

How many times have I received a phone call from an area code I can't place geographically?

If I could then I'd know who's calling most of the time.

I think I'm gonna print this one out.

Here's an potential application for the tech–enabled among you: make it so your cellphone shows the location (two letter state abbreviation is enough) above the area code when an incoming call comes in.

Get rich with it.

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Addendum: [1:27 p.m. today] — "Even better is Paul Timmins' Telcodata.us,

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which will use the exchange to map the area code down to the county or town." — Waldo Jaquith

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Another useful site for area code info is http://areacode.org.

Posted by: Ashley | Mar 8, 2010 4:57:47 PM

telcodata.us is very good; I highly recommend it too. If you are just looking for a quick answer, you may want to try WhereCall.com -- you can just start entering the phone number, and it will provide the location as you type it (e.g. after the first 3 digits, it shows the state, and then after the next 3 digits shows the city, without having to go to another webpage).

Posted by: Scott | Feb 5, 2009 9:10:42 PM

Even better is Paul Timmins' Telcodata.US, which will use the exchange to map the area code down to the county or town.

Posted by: Waldo Jaquith | Jan 31, 2006 12:45:24 PM

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