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Telephone numbers in the United Kingdom are administered by the Office of Communications . For this purpose, Ofcom established a telephone numbering plan , known as the National Telephone Numbering Plan , which is the system for assigning telephone numbers to subscriber stations.
- Specific Numbers
- Telephone Numbers in Overseas Territories
- Other Websites
01 and 02 - Geographic Numbers
Numbers beginning 01 or 02 are normal phone numbers for home and business telephone lines. These numbers are always split into two parts: 1. The area code comes first, and is linked to a specific part of the country. For example, the 020 area code is for London and the 0121 code is for Birmingham. When calling between two phones that have the same area code, this part is optional. It is sometimes shown inside brackets to make this clear. The area code can be two to five digits long. 2. The se...
03 - UK-Wide Numbers
Numbers beginning with 03 are for businesses, government and other organisations that need a number not linked to any single part of the country. The law says they must always cost the same to call as normal 01 and 02 phone numbers from fixed telephones and from mobiles and be included in all call package bundles.
05 - Businesses and Internet Phones
1. 055 numbers are used by big businesses that need a lot of numbers for their own private phone networks 2. 056 numbers are used for internet phone services and let people call an internet phone from a normal telephone. Internet phones can also use other types of numbers 3. 0500 numbers are free to call from fixed telephones.
Operator: 100 Police (non-emergency): 101 National Health Service (non-emergency): 111 Current time: 123 (not available from some mobiles) Emergency services: 999 or 112
Telephone numbers in British Overseas Territories do not come under the UK telephone numbering plan. These calls are treated as international calls. Below are the access codes for the overseas territories:
Telephone numbers in the United Kingdom have a flexible structure that reflects their historical demands, starting from many independent companies through a nationalised near-monopoly, to a system that supports many different services, including cellular phones, which were not envisaged when the system was first built.
- Emergency services, (police, fire, ambulance, coastguard, mountain rescue, cave rescue)
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Non-geographic telephone numbers in the United Kingdom. A non-geographic number is a type of telephone number that is not linked to any specific locality. Such numbers are an alternative to the traditional 'landline' numbers that are assigned geographically using a system of location-specific area codes.
- 2003 Area Name Changes
- Size Split?
- Area Splits
- 22 = AB
- +44 70 International Redirect
- Emergency Services: Mention of Mountain Rescue and Cave Rescue
- New Mobile Numbers
- External Links Modified
- Problems with Format Section
- Source For 119?
This section is definitely excessive detail for this article. What to do with it? Split it out as a 2003 area name changes article, or create a National Telephone Numbering Plan article and include it there? MRSC (talk) 17:02, 23 September 2012 (UTC)
Split - Article is long, and should be split, starting with the History section. Thoughts? Suggestions? --Jax 0677 (talk) 16:22, 6 April 2013 (UTC) I agree, despite it being a year since this suggestion. I just came here to do some research and the article is a massive sprawl of confusing and hard to navigate text.--Das Beta (talk) 17:59, 19 April 2014 (UTC) 1. I've carved off a large part of it into a separate History of telephone numbers in the United Kingdom page, but it still needs trimming.Polemicista (talk) 13:24, 9 April 2016 (UTC)
I read once that the split of London in 1990 was the first split ever; that all previous area code changes had been mergers, combining small areas with short local numbers and long area codes into larger areas with longer local numbers (adding prefix digits) and shorter area codes. Is that accurate? What kinds of boundary changes have been done since 1990? (The only one I'm aware of is the re-merger of London.) —Tamfang (talk) 18:21, 24 July 2013 (UTC) 1. There were splits of sorts many years before London where mixed charge groups were employed at first, then each group was later assigned its own individual STD code. When the STD system was devised in the 1950's, in general each charge group was allocated its own STD code. In some areas a single charge group was comprised of two separate number groups, each with its own STD code, the common case being the "core & ring" arrangement of a city and its surrounding area, e.g. the 0272 "core" of Bristol and its associated 0275 "ring." 1....
What does 22 = AB et al. mean?--18.104.22.168 (talk) 00:31, 2 November 2013 (UTC) 1. Good question. Two letters, often the first letters of the main city or town in the area, are translated to digits using ISO/IEC_9995#ISO.2FIEC_9995-8. A and B both appear on key 2, so 22 = AB for Aberdeen. Telephone_numbers_in_the_United_Kingdom#Introduction_of_area_codes has further details. Certes (talk) 12:50, 2 November 2013 (UTC) 1.1. The modern ISO standard puts letter "O" on the 6 and letter "Q" on the 7. British dials of the time had the letter "O" on the zero position, hence 0NO3 for Norwich (now 01603), 0LO7 for Louth (now 01507), etc. Letter "Q" was added to the zero position of British dials in the late 1950's in anticipation of direct-dialed calls to Paris, France, since French dials already had the "Q" in the zero position. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 18:12, 10 May 2014 (UTC)
It's described on tons of anti-fraud websites how +44 70 numbers are used for international redirect calls. While I know it's as much about finding a good source (are anti fraud sites like Scamwarners or Joe Wein good enough?), then it should worth mentioning. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2001:878:200:1051:90F3:DC4D:7B34:EC13 (talk) 18:44, 6 May 2015 (UTC)
The section on emergency services on 999/112 listed these as including Mountain Rescue and Cave Rescue. These are not in fact directly handled by the emergency services operator, because calls to these services are instead managed by the police, and callers are recommended to ask first for the police and then for mountain rescue or cave rescue as applicable. So in principle, purely from the point of view of describing the operation of the phone number, we could simply delete all mention of these two services. However, while recognising the fact that Wikipedia is not a how-to manual, lives could actually be at stake, and it doesn't harm to say something. So I've changed it to: ... Police, Fire Service, Ambulance Service, and Coastguard. (Standard advice for Mountain Rescue or Cave Rescue is to ask the emergency operator for the police, who oversee the communication with these two services.) Sadly, the emergency operators are not always 100% clued up, and people asking for mountain re...
It seems the section on mobile numbers is out of date. I've recently got a new UK mobile phone and been allocated an 073 number. The numbering plan at http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/binaries/telecoms/numbering/Numbering_Plan_July2015.pdf allocates "071 to 075 inclusive and 077 to 079 inclusive" to mobile services on page 11, but I’ve not been able to track down any more detail. Could someone more familiar with the relevant documents take a look please? 126.96.36.199 (talk) 08:54, 11 October 2015 (UTC)
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Firstly, the (uncited) table that starts this section has "07xxx xxxxxx" in the column "10 digits". That number format has 11 digits. Secondly, the term "National Significant Number" is used several times. That link redirects to E.164, which doesn't mention it at all. — Scott • talk13:07, 20 April 2018 (UTC)
Is there a source for the 119 Covid hotline added in https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Telephone_numbers_in_the_United_Kingdom&diff=954796876&oldid=954453730 ? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2A00:23C5:C106:8900:21BF:504:8ED4:82A (talk) 17:56, 11 May 2020 (UTC)
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