Info Phone 20620062XX, 2062006242, 2062006296, 2062006206.

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What state area code is 206?

Area code 206 refers to the state WA and rate center SEATTLE

Which company owns the phone numbers +1 (206) 200-62XX?

Phone numbers are owned by CELLCO PARTNERSHIP DBA VERIZON WIRELESS - WA

Area code 206 and prefix 200 assign data ?

Assign data December 31, 1969
Phone Activity Timestamp
206-200-6242 Marked 2062006242 as Missed8 July 2021 15:11:04
206-200-6296 Marked 2062006296 as Unsafe7 January 2020 20:23:19
206-200-6206 Marked 2062006206 as Unsafe8 January 2016 08:57:50
Tagged number:
Missed: A missed call is a phone call that the caller deliberately interrupts in order for you to call back.
Text: SMS messages of an advertising nature, from an unknown number.
Scammer: More often than not, phone scammers try to steal your money or personal information.
Automated: Automatic calls made by a robot on a previously prepared topic.
Genuine: Calls from a trusted source.
Unsafe: Unwanted calls.

How many telephone numbers are in SEATTLE area code?

Each area code contains 206 usable telephone prefixes, which are the 3-digit numbers that follow the area code. Each prefix has 10,000 telephone numbers, and each area code has 7.92 million telephone numbers. 

What makes up a telephone number?

Our telephone numbering system operates under the North American Numbering Plan, which was developed in 1947 by AT&T and subsequently adopted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It established the 10-digit scheme we use today.

Area Code NPA NXX
  • The "NPA" (Number Plan Area) is the area code. SEATTLE currently has eight area codes: .
  • The "NXX" is the central office (CO) code, and is also referred to as the "prefix." An NXX serves a specific exchange or rate center.
  • The XXXX is the line number for the customer.