A mobile phone number in the United Kingdom always starts with the digits ’07’, for instance ‘07911 123456’.
If you would not add an international country code, the computer might interpret that phone number otherwise.
Do all UK mobile numbers begin with 07?
UK Mobile Phones (Most Numbers Starting 07)
In the UK, most phone numbers beginning with 07 are UK mobile numbers*. For the most part, you’ll pay your standard per-minute rates when calling a 07 phone number. You’ll also be able to use the inclusive minutes on your plan.
What country code is 07?
|Area code||Region||Capital city|
|02||Central East||Sydney, Canberra|
|03||South East||Melbourne, Hobart|
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How many digits does a UK mobile number have?
The total number of digits is ten, but in a very few areas the total may be nine digits (after the initial zero). The “area code” is also referred to as an “STD (code)” (subscriber trunk dialling) or a “dialling code” in the UK. The code allocated to the largest population is (020) for London.
Can UK mobile numbers have 12 digits?
With very few exceptions, UK telephone numbers have ten digits after the leading zero trunk code or +44 country code. Indeed, all UK telephone numbers starting 02, 03, 05, 07 or 09 fit that pattern.