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708 was first put in service November 11, 1989. It was created from area code 312. 708 was split in 1996 creating the need to update some of the phone numbers to area code 847, and again in 1996 to create area code 630. In 2022, area code 464 was created and is currently an overlay to 708. To avoid exhausting all possible phone numbers in this area code, relief planning has begun.

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