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What is Manitoba country code?

What is Manitoba country code?

Area codes 204 and 431 are telephone area codes in the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) for the entire Canadian province of Manitoba.

What country is this Manitoba?

province of Canada
Manitoba, province of Canada, one of the Prairie Provinces, lying midway between the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans.

What is the area code for Winnipeg Manitoba?

Area code 204
Winnipeg/Area codes

How do I call Manitoba Canada?

Examples of dialing Canada from the United States

  1. To call a home or business in North Bay you would dial 1-705-123-4567.
  2. To call that a landline phone in Manitoba instead you would dial 1-204-123-4567.

What is the area code for Manitoba?

Manitoba Area Code Information Manitoba is currently using two area codes. Area code 204 was put into service on 01/01/1947 and covered the entire province of Manitoba. Effective 11/03/12 area code 431 was put into service as an overlay of area code 204.

What is the area of Manitoba?

647,797 km²
Manitoba/Area

What are the phone numbers in Manitoba Canada?

Fixed phone numbers in Canada, Manitoba are comprised of a single country code (+1), a 3 digit area code, a 3 digit local office code (or region code), and a 4 digit line code. Making a call with the wrong country, area, or region code can be costly.

What are the area codes for Winnipeg Manitoba?

Manitoba Cities: Manitoba Area Codes: Brandon: 204: Dauphin: 204: Flin Flon: 204: Morden: 204: Portage la Prairie: 204: Selkirk: 204: Steinbach: 204: Thompson: 204: Winkler: 204: Winnipeg: 204 or 431

How to find your zip code in Manitoba?

Interactive map of zip codes in Manitoba, Canada. Just click on the location you desire for a postal code/address for your mails destination. Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mails delivery.

How many digits are in an area code in Canada?

Fixed phone numbers in Canada are comprised of a single country code (+1), a 3 digit area code, a 3 digit local office code (or region code), and a 4 digit line code. Making a call with the wrong country, area, or region code can be costly.