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Old July 18th 05, 12:23 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip,uk.telecom
David Floyd
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In message of Mon, 18 Jul 2005, Alan J. Flavell writes
On Sun, 17 Jul 2005, Nicholas Thomas wrote:

Ah. got it. 0500 xxx xxx is still around, (eg. the missing people's
helpline) but not being allocated any more, and slowly being phased
out.


Right. It looks as if the overall structure of the official numbering
assignments can be downloaded from
http://www.ofcom.org.uk/telecoms/ioi/numbers/?a=87101

On page 12 it appears that the only 05 codes currently being allocated
are in 055 and 056.

Indeed it says that 0500 (no charge to caller) is not available
for allocation but can be "adopted where already allocated".

Tim Clark's presentation of more-detailed assignments can be found at
http://www.ukphoneinfo.com/search/Ph...ng_list-3.html

As Robin said before, there used, at some past time, to be an 0545 -
counterpart to 0845.


No! Before 0845 it was 0345 and 0645 (not 0545)

0345 nnnnnn became 0845 7nn nnnn
and
0645 nnnnnn became 0845 9nn nnnn


and for further information, before 0870 it was 0990 and 0541,

0990 nnnnnn became 0870 5nn nnnn
and
0541 nnnnnn became 0870 1nn nnnn

David
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Old July 21st 05, 08:30 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip,uk.telecom
Denis McMahon
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"Andrew Gabriel" wrote in message
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[2-9]xxxxx local (in 01234, etc areas)
[2-9]xxxxxx local (in 0207, 0118, etc. areas)


[2-9]xxxxxxx local in 02x areas (eg Portsmouth, Southampton, Cardiff(?) etc)
 




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