In some countries, there are 8 digits in a phone number, such like Australia.
In others, there could be 4. Such as the country of Niue!
The second three digits in a phone number refer to an exchange. An exchange includes several thousand people or phones.
I am a 3 digit number divisible by 7 but not 2 the sum of my digits is 4 what number am I
Phone numbers are seven digits long in some countries but differing lengths in others. It purely depends upon what number of phone numbers the country needs .
7 digits in a phone number.
Telephone numbers throughout Russia are uniformly 3 digits for the area code plus 7 digits for the local number.
A phone number for the USA is 1 and then the area code of whatever state you are calling to, then the 7 digits that follow.
+46 <7 to 13 digits> belongs to Sweden.
Calling the US is always the easiest of international calls to make. From a cell phone you must first dial the + symbol and the number 1 into the phone. Your dial out number should read +1, the area code (3 digits), then the phone number (7 digits).
The number of digits in a phone number depends on the county of the number itself. For instance, in the United States, there are typically 10 digits for a number, whether it has an area code or is toll free.
It is a number that has 7 numbers (or digits) in it. Such as 1,234,567