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911 is NOT VALID in any area code

Posted by Bill Quimby on

911 is obviously reserved for emergency response and it makes sense to not allow that in any area code to avoid confusion. Think about why you wanted it, to play off of the awareness of "911" so to avoid confusion as much as possible they don't allow it anywhere.

You can however put it after a word. It just can't start with 911. One of the first numbers I got before I even got into this business was 1-800 RESUME-911. So you can still use it, if you're creative.

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