Shift+Enter Is a Secret Shortcut Everyone Should Know

Did You Know?:

Mathematically, it’s possible for each area code in the United States to support a maximum of 8,000,000 telephone numbers. Practically, however, the number is slightly less than that (approximately 7,919,900 potential numbers) because of considerations like not assigning numbers that are similar to emergency and service numbers (i.e. there are no “(XXX) 911-XXXX” numbers).

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Did You Know?

Mathematically, it’s possible for each area code in the United States to support a maximum of 8,000,000 telephone numbers. Practically, however, the number is slightly less than that (approximately 7,919,900 potential numbers) because of considerations like not assigning numbers that are similar to emergency and service numbers (i.e. there are no “(XXX) 911-XXXX” numbers).

 
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