UK & International Phone Area Codes
Look up UK and international dialling codes (also known as ‘STD codes’) to discover where unknown numbers are calling you from. Simply type in the area code and we'll tell you which region that phone number belongs to. Or you can type in a location, and we'll give you the dialling code for that area. Read More
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Please enter a UK dialling code or location/postcode
Please enter an international dialling code or country name
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What results will you get
When you search for a Dialling Code or Location, we will display the STD code alongside a clickable link of the area. Clicking on the location link will present you with a Map of the region, supplied by Google Maps.
You can look up as many UK and international dialling codes as you need to – our Dialling Codes search feature is free to use.
How to find a dialling code
Dialling codes are the digits at the beginning of all UK landline phone numbers that identify the call's regional location. They’re also known as area codes or STD codes, though the latter has fallen out of fashion.
For example, if you had a York number of 01904 555 555, the first section (01904) is the dialling code. For international telephone numbers, the area code will usually have either two zeros (00) or a plus symbol (+) in front of it.
Our Dialling Code search function is easy to use, simply type in the information you have into one of the boxes and we'll provide you with the correct area code and location for that number. This information is provided by public data sources including Directory Enquiries.
Search for as many STD codes as you need – each area code search is free. Potential reasons you may need to use our Dialling Code search include:
- Checking where someone is calling from.
- Researching how to dial a number in a different country.
- Looking up the area code for someone who hasn’t provided a complete telephone number.
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