Validating Phone Number Formats for a Country/Region

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How to validate phone number formats for a specific country or region?

Different countries or regions use different phone number formats. To help you to validate phone number formats used in a specific country or region, FYIcenter.com has designed this online tool. All you need to do is to end a phone number of a specific country/region in the form below, and click the "Validate" button. The validation result will be presented back to you.


Country/Region:France
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Validation result by FYIcenter.com:

Specified Phone Number: Valid

"1 70 36 39 50" matches the format of "A SS SS SS SS"

Most phone numbers in France are written in the following formats:

   Prefix: long distance or international
   --------------------------------------
   |   Carrier or area code 
   |   --------------------
   |   |   Subscriber number
   |   |   -----------------
   v   v   v
   0   A   SS SS SS SS  - Local format
  +33  A   SS SS SS SS  - International format

Most telephone numbers in France have 9 digits and are written in the format of "A SS SS SS SS". Here are some examples: 1 70 36 39 50; 1 48 16 63 83.

When dialing locally inside France, the long distance prefix of "0" is required. So the format becomes "0 A SS SS SS SS".

When dialing from outside of France, the international dial-in prefix "+33" is required. So the format becomes "+33 A SS SS SS SS".

When dialing from France to other countries, the international dail-out prefix "+" or "00" required.

To validate phone number formats for other countries or regions, see our Generic Phone Number Format Validator.

To see phone number examples in France, try our Test Phone Number Generator.

 

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