Hey, I checked what a US cell phone number looks like. Somehow there is something else everywhere. E.g. first type in 001, someone else: type +1 on the mobile phone only before then to the number

“001-917-3593924” 917 is supposedly the area code for NYC. Is that landline now? Then the number “001 116 513365” What about 116? I saw one with 116 – 626 instead. What does this part of the number mean? What does a typical one look like?

What does a US cell phone number look like now ?!

There is no separate number range for cell phones in the United States. The numbers of the mobile telephones lie between the numbers of the landline telephones and cannot be distinguished from them. Your two example numbers are typical American phone numbers.

To structure the numbers: + 1-917-3593924

+1 international country code, USA and Canada

917 area code, actually New York City, this is most like an area code. This code was originally intended for cell phones, but landline connections are also available. This is an overlay code, there are also connections with other area codes in the area, so you always have to dial the area code in the area.

359 the exchange

3924 is the port number

To the number: 001 116 513365. This is a number that actually doesn’t exist. such numbers are often used for telephone spam.

+1 international country code

116 Area Code, but a fake one, in fact there is no area code that begins with 1.

513 exchange

365 port number

A list of area codes: http://www.areacodelocations.info/areacodelist.html

The spelling +1 in the international area code means that you have to put the international traffic exclusion number in front of it. In Germany this would be 00, in the USA it would be 011. Mobile phones automatically add the traffic exclusion number if the number is entered with + at the beginning, which is very useful for numbers stored abroad.

A typical US number looks like this:

917-359-3924

The first 3 digits are the “Local area code”, so you know from which area the number (originally) comes. You can find a nice overview here: http://caller.directory/area-codes/.

The second number block 359 indicates “City, Phone Carrier, Fixed Line or Mobile”. From this number one can conclude whether it is a cell phone number!

The last number block 3924 is the identifier for name and address.

You can dial 0019173593924 or +19173593924 (001 or +1 is the area code for the USA).

001 or +1 is the area code for the USA, 212 is the area code for NY. Cell phones can have all possible area codes.

What does a US cell phone number look like now FAQ

What does a US phone number look like?

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Phone numbers in the United States typically consist of 11 digits — the 1-digit country code, a 3-digit area code and a 7-digit telephone number. The 7-digit telephone number is further comprised of a 3-digit central office or exchange code and a 4-digit subscriber number. The country code of USA is +1.

What do USA mobile numbers start with?

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How to call to the US using your phone. The USA country code is +1. You will add it to the beginning of any phone number you are dialing that’s in the US.

Is the US running out of phone numbers?

With ten digits, assuming a non-zero first digit, you can have 9,000,000,000 phone numbers. The population of the US (2012) is 313.9 million, or 313,900,000.  estimates that the US population will hit a billion in 2100, so a few years from then is probably when we will run out of phone numbers.

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What is the format of US cell phone numbers?

There isn’t an American (US) mobile number format. That’s because mobile phones are given numbers in the same geographic area codes as landlines. US phones all use one single format: (NXX) NXX-XXXX, where N is 2–9 and X is 0–9.

How do you reverse lookup a cell phone?

Anyone can do a reverse lookup to identify cell phone, landline, and spam numbers for free. To do a reverse phone number lookup start by entering a phone number with the area code (e.g 206-867-5309), click the search icon, and review the results page, which will immediately tell you what type of phone is linked to the number.

Can you search for a phone number?

When searching for a phone number, there are a few different resources available for you. Yes, you can Google it. This may reveal if the number is coming from a business or a personal number, but it is more likely that you will get unintelligible lists of subsequent phone numbers. It is better to use a free Reverse Phone Lookup option.