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In the case of numbers in the 00 range, only the first zero was omitted: Hobart was +61 02 xx xxxx – this was a potential cause of confusion with the Sydney area code (+61 2 xxx xxxx or +61 2 xx xxxx).

The 007 range was used for satellite phones and "0G" mobile phones.

This occurred between 19, and was done progressively to ensure as little inconvenience and confusion as possible.

The introduction of subscriber trunk dialling was slow, partly because of the distances of exchanges in some areas and partly due to the use of manual exchanges well into the 1980s.

Initially, area codes covered a very small area, sometimes only one exchange, but gradually exchanges conglomerated to become area codes.

Numbers in use before 1994 are now in the number ranges of 08 9162 for Christmas Island and 08 9164 for the Cocos Keeling Islands, but other ranges are now used on the islands (at least in theory).

The original phone number formats for the islands were +672 2 xxxx for Christmas Island and +672 4 xxxx for the Cocos Islands.

By 1994, there were 6 area codes of two digits covering Sydney (02), Melbourne (03), Canberra (06), Brisbane (07), Adelaide (08) and Perth (09), 48 area codes of three digits, from (002) covering Hobart to (099) covering mid-west Western Australia, and one area code of four digits, Kangaroo Island (0848), which was not incorporated into a larger area code before 1994.

In Australia, as in other countries, due to the increase in subscriber uptake of services such as extra telephone lines in homes, mobile phones and other services, the previous numbering plan was being stretched to its limit.It was decided to reduce the number of area codes and lengthen all subscriber numbers by one or two digits.The length of codes varied, from two digits in large centres like Sydney to three digits in smaller areas. As early as 1971, some localities had area codes as long as seven digits, while the state capitals had two-digit area codes.By 1989, the system had been standardised to three digit codes across the board, with two digit codes in the major cities. * Until 1994, these territories were not part of the Australian numbering plan, and instead used the code 672, for the Australian External Territories of Norfolk Island and the Australian Antarctic Territory.

even though the prefix was +61 07x and had not been used for over a decade.

In late March 1990, Canberra's area code changed from (062) to (06) by integrating the 2 into the subscriber number, thus allowing 200 000 more numbers to be registered.



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