** How many digits are in a mobile number **

10 digits

Landlines – 2 digits for the area code followed by 8 digits for the rest of the telephone number. Mobiles – 10 digits (there is no area code).

** Can a phone number have 11 digits **

Phone numbers in the US and Canada ALL have 11 digits. They all start with “1”, which is the country code for the North American Numbering Plan Area. We typically don't dial that 1 because our phone networks assume that, unless we tell them otherwise, we are dialing the number of a phone within our own country.

** How many digits is a NZ mobile number **

All NZ mobile numbers have between 9 and 11 digits, including a 2- or 3-digit mobile code beginning with 02. When calling an NZ mobile number from overseas, skip the first zero just as you would with an area code.

** Which country has 11 digit numbers **

Mobile numbers in Iran must always be dialled with all 11 digits (including a "0" prefixing the "9nn" within Iran), no matter where they are being called from, so no hyphens are used.

** What is 11 digit mobile number **

The telecom regulator on Friday suggested using 11-digit numbers for mobile phones, instead of 10 digits, to ensure adequate numbering resources for user base growth in the future, but advised against migration to a unified numbering system for mobiles and landlines.

** How do I format my NZ mobile number **

For example to call a New Zealand number you replace the 0 at the beginning of the number with +64 (New Zealand's country code), which means: 03 345 6789 becomes +64 3 345 6789 and 021 345 678 becomes +64 21 345 678.

** What are mobile numbers in NZ **

Mobile numbers in New Zealand usually have a prefix of 021, 022, or 027. Mobile coverage is good in the main urban areas but can be patchy in remote or rural areas. If you are looking to use a mobile phone in New Zealand, here are some of the major providers: 2degrees.

** Can a phone number be 11 digits **

Phone numbers in the US and Canada ALL have 11 digits. They all start with “1”, which is the country code for the North American Numbering Plan Area.

** Can a number have 11 digits **

The smallest 11-digit number is 1 followed by 10 zeros. This number is called ten billion. The largest 11-digit number is 9 followed by another 10 nines. This number is called ninety-nine billion nine hundred ninety-nine million nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred ninety-nine.

** Which country has 11-digit numbers **

Mobile numbers in Iran must always be dialled with all 11 digits (including a "0" prefixing the "9nn" within Iran), no matter where they are being called from, so no hyphens are used.

** How many digits is NZ mobile number **

All NZ mobile numbers have between 9 and 11 digits, including a 2- or 3-digit mobile code beginning with 02. When calling an NZ mobile number from overseas, skip the first zero just as you would with an area code.

** What do NZ mobile numbers start with **

Mobile numbers in New Zealand usually have a prefix of 021, 022, or 027. Mobile coverage is good in the main urban areas but can be patchy in remote or rural areas.

** How long is a NZ mobile number **

All NZ mobile numbers have between 9 and 11 digits, including a 2- or 3-digit mobile code beginning with 02. When calling an NZ mobile number from overseas, skip the first zero just as you would with an area code.

** How long are NZ mobile numbers **

between 9 and 11 digits

All NZ mobile numbers have between 9 and 11 digits, including a 2- or 3-digit mobile code beginning with 02.

** How many digits is a NZ mobile **

** How many digits are in a New Zealand number **

Telephone numbers in New Zealand

Location | |
---|---|

NSN length | 8 (landline) 9 (most mobile) |

Format | (0x) xxx xxxx (0xx) xxx xxxx (0xxx) xxx xxx |

Access codes | |

Country code | 64 |

** What is NZ +61 number **

Dialling codes

For calls from New Zealand to Australia dial: 00 + 61 + area code + telephone number. For further information (eg. area codes) please visit the international dialling codes.

** How many digits is a NZ number **

seven digits

New Zealand Area Codes

Almost all NZ landline numbers contain seven digits, preceded by a single-digit area code. When making a long distance (STD) call within New Zealand, the area code is preceded with a zero (0). However, when calling an NZ landline from overseas, replace the 0 with the country code (64).

** How many digits does a NZ mobile number have **

Telephone numbers in New Zealand

Location | |
---|---|

Continent | Oceania |

Type | semi-open |

NSN length | 8 (landline) 9 (most mobile) |

Format | (0x) xxx xxxx (0xx) xxx xxxx (0xxx) xxx xxx |