Phone numbers can't start with a ZERO or a ONE
By Bill Quimby on April 25, 2022
Phone numbers can't start with a Zero or a One. Not toll free numbers, and not local numbers either. If you write out (201) 123-4567 you kind of realize it looks funny. 1 and 0 were set aside from the first phone number system, to represent Long Distance and Operator assisted calls, respectively.
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