Heh, The answer's got several historical and theoretical causes, but nowadays it's because the system simply hasn't been set up to recognise, absorb and ignore them. Essentially: Because within the UK (and other countries) their national long d.
There is also a section about old dialling codes, with particular emphasis on the Birmingham area as well as t hree pages which contain around 30 0 old dial labels. Many of the photographs shown are taken from my own collection of old telephones, others belong to friends who kindly let me take photos.
The fourth and fifth digits 72 to 79 were mostly inherited from old 0171 numbers, and are still mostly inner London. The fourth and fifth digits 82 to 89 were mostly inherited from old 0181 numbers, and are still mostly outer London.
Communication: Old Telephones. Candlestick phones Wind-up phones Public phones 1920s-1930s Public phones 1940s-1950s Costs of calls 1940s-1950s Illegal free calls 1940s-1950s Using a phone 1940s-1950s House phones 1940s-1960s Telephone exchanges Area codes Telegraph poles, phone lines. Illegal free calls from old public phones. Public phone box. In the 1950s when I was a teenager - and.
For those who wish to call London Greater from abroad, follow these simple steps: 1. Dial the international access code 2. Enter the UK country code (44) 3. Dial the local 020 London Greater, without the first zero 4. Enter the remaining telephone number.
In 1995 (PhONEday - five 011x codes), 1998 (Reading - the 0118 code), and 2000 (Big Number Change - five 02x codes), several areas of the UK gained completely new area codes and the length of the local numbers in those areas increased by one or two digits. A large number of people failed to understand these changes and have spent the next decade writing their telephone numbers in the wrong.
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