The 877 area code is a North American toll-free service that does not have a geographic location. Area code 877 is one of a number of area codes reserved for toll-free calls.Know More
Companies offer toll-free numbers so that customers do not have to pay for calls for technical support, customer service or other inquiries. Individuals can also apply for a toll-free number. The owner of the number pays for all call charges.
Toll-free numbers are regulated by the Federal Communications Commission and managed by SMS/800. In the United States, toll-free numbers use the area codes 800, 877, 866, 855 and 844, and new toll-free area codes are added as needed.Learn more about Public Records
Area code 349 is not in use as of January 2015 and has not been assigned to a geographic area. Telephone numbers containing the 349 area code are not valid and will not be successfully completed if dialed.Full Answer >
Telephone country code 43 is reserved for the country of Austria. This code allows someone to call Austria from another country by dialing 43 after the International Dialing Prefix.Full Answer >
The area code 888 is used for toll-free numbers and is not attached to a geographical area. Other similar area codes include 800, 877, 866, 855 and 844.Full Answer >
"010" is not a valid area code within the United States because no area codes are permitted to start with "0" under the North American Numbering Plan. However, "010" is an international exit code for phones located in Japan.Full Answer >