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  • Telephone numbers in France

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    The French telephone numbering plan is not only used for metropolitan France but also for the French overseas departments and some overseas collectivities. The plan uses a ten-digit closed numbering scheme, where the first two digits denote the area: 01 Île-de-France 02 Northwest France 03 Northeast France 04 Southeast France 05 Southwest France 06 and 07 Mobile phone services 08 Freephone (numéro vert) and shared-cost services. 09 Non-geographic number (used by Voice over IP services, formerly 087 numbers)All geographic numbers are dialed in the ten-digit format, even for local calls. The international access code also changed from 19 to the International Telecommunication Union's recommended 00, bringing France into line with many other countries. When calling France from abroad, the leading zero should be omitted: for example, to call a number in Southwest France, one would dial +33 5 xx xx xx xx. French people usually state phone numbers as a sequence of five double-digit numbers, e.g., 0x xx xx xx xx (and not, for example, 0 xxx xxx xxx or 0xxx-xx-xxxx).

  • 0114

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    0114 is the national dialling code for Sheffield in the United Kingdom. The area it serves includes almost all of the City of Sheffield and some adjacent areas. When STD codes were first introduced, Sheffield was assigned the mnemonic 0SH2 (which corresponded to 0742 on a rotary dial), later changing to the corresponding numbers upon the introduction of All-Figure Dialling in the area. Instead of the expected 01742 code, Sheffield's area code changed to the current 0114 code on 16 April 1995, along with 4 other cities in England (Leeds; 0113, Nottingham; 0115, Leicester; 0116 and Bristol; 0117), as part of PhONEday. All subscriber numbers within the area code consist of seven digits. The code is used at several telephone exchanges as part of a linked numbering scheme. In common with all other British area codes the initial '0' is a trunk prefix that is not required when dialling Sheffield from abroad.

  • Telephone numbers in Turkey

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    Telephone numbers in Turkey went from six (2+4) to seven digits (3+4) local phone numbers c.1988, at which time Ankara went from 41 to 4. There used to be more than 5,000 local area codes of varying lengths (one to five digits) with correspondingly varying local number lengths (seven to three digits). The new system is based on 83 three-digit area codes for provinces and seven digit local phone numbers. Istanbul is the exception and it gets two area codes ((212) for the European and (216) for the Asian side). Calling a cell phone from outside Turkey is the same except the three digit numbers are replaced with the ones of the companies. Like 9 + 0 + cell company id number + seven digit number. The following are the company identification numbers for the major mobile telephone providers: Turkcell (530-539, 561), Vodafone (540-549) and Türk Telekom (500-509 and 550-559). Local numbers in most areas were also changed in conjunction with the numbering plan that took effect 1 August 1993. If a former area code is indicated, this is for the major centre in the new area code's district. The new area codes will also replace former area codes other than the primary one mentioned.

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