Rules for claiming your Office Code
When you click the link at this bottom of this page, you will be taken to a user-editable Wiki. You can find the logical spot for your entry, edit and save it. Before you do, though, take time to read and understand the following guidelines on doing it right:
Europe, Australia, Asia, Africa & South America (inluding Mexico)
If you are not located in the US, Canada, or the parts of the Carribean that used the 809 area code,
click this link.
Otherwise, read on.
- A call to another North American C*NET member will be 8 digits long, in the format 1-NNX-XXXX.
(The leading "1" is our country code).
- New office codes will be assigned as 1-NNX, and NOT 1-NXX.
Simply what this means is that we don't want to assign office codes that look like the original area codes.
("N" is any number 2 through 9, and "X" is any number.)
Unless you need a block of 10,000 numbers, be frugal and reserve 1,000 at a time.
For instance, I could claim ALL of office code 499, but it'd be more polite if I just reserved 499-2XXX and 499-3XXX. That leaves the other 8,000 assignments available for others.
With those few rules in mind, click here to reserve your office code on C*NET.
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