With 415 area code phone numbers in short supply, at least one company is capitalizing on high demand by selling them for thousands of dollars.
Intercom Companies Scramble To Update San Francisco Apartment Building Systems With New ‘415’ Dialing Procedure
Intercom companies are scrambling to update systems in dozens of buildings around San Francisco now that the dialing procedure for the 415 area code has changed.
KCBS Radio is getting reports that Sprint customers in the 415 area code are already having to dial out the area code to make a local cell call.
Dialing phone numbers in the Bay Area is about to get complicated, and longtime “415” area code fans are not happy about it.
Time is running out on the 415 area code and so are available 415 numbers, especially if you live in Marin County.
Starting next February, San Francisco and Marin County residents will have to do something they’ve never done before: dial the numbers 4-1-5 when making a phone call.
Starting in 2015, there will be a new “628” area code in the Bay Area as more telephone numbers are requested.
The California Public Utilities Commission is holding public hearings Wednesday and Thursday on plans to add a new area code to the current “415” area code zone.
The California Public Utilities Commission has begun a process that will allow it to add a new area code in the current 415 area code zone.
The California Public Utilities Commission is reminding South Bay residents that they will have to dial area codes for local calls beginning Saturday.