## What do mobile numbers in Australia start with?

Mobile phones Within Australia, mobile phone numbers begin with 04 or 05 – the Australian national trunk code” 0, plus the mobile indicator 4 or 5 – followed by eight digits. This is generally written as 04XX XXX XXX within Australia, or as +61 4XX XXX XXX for an international audience.

### Do all mobile numbers start with?

Why do all mobile number start with the digit 9. According to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), local numbering allowed is in the range of 2-8. While 0 is used for STD access, 1 is used for special numbers. So, the only digit left is 9.

#### What do NSW mobile numbers start with?

02

The NSW & ACT uses (02), VIC & TAS uses (03), QLD uses (07), and SA, NT & WA uses (08). All non-geographic numbers start with (1).

**What phone number starts with +61?**

The Australian country code is 61. When calling from outside Australia, leave out the leading ‘0’ from the STD area code or from the mobile telephone number. The outgoing IDD access code from within Australia is 0011.

**How many digits do Australian mobile numbers have?**

10 digits

Write Australian telephone numbers in the national or international format. Australian telephone numbers consist of 10 digits: Landlines – 2 digits for the area code followed by 8 digits for the rest of the telephone number. Mobiles – 10 digits (there is no area code).

## Do all numbers begin with 0?

All national numbers start with one leading 0, and international calls are specified by 00 or +. The numbers are written with the area code followed by a hyphen, and then two to three groups of digits separated by spaces.

### Do numbers start with 0 or 1?

Zero (0) is used as a number and also as the numerical digit. Zero gives the additive identity of the integers, real numbers, and many algebraic structures. It is used as a placeholder for writing numbers. Natural numbers start from 1, then 2 and so on.

#### Are all mobile numbers 11 digits?

Mobile numbers in the UK follow the format “07” + nine digits for a total of eleven, but when prefaced with the “+44” country code, the leading zero is dropped. This is also true of all geographic area codes.

**How to write mobile telephone numbers in Australian format?**

Write mobile telephone numbers in 1 block of four digits and 2 blocks of three digits. Use this format when giving Australian telephone numbers for use outside Australia. Start with a plus sign (‘+’) and add the country code. the telephone number in blocks of 4 digits. write the mobile telephone number in blocks of 3 digits.

**How many digits are in a landline number Australia?**

Within Australia, to access the number of a landline telephone in an area other than that in which the caller is located (including callers using mobile phones), it is first necessary to dial the Australian trunk code of 0 plus the area code, followed by the local number. Thus, the full national number (FNN) has ten digits: 0x xxxx xxxx .

## How do I call a mobile number from outside Australia?

When calling from outside Australia, leave out the leading ‘0’ from the STD area code or from the mobile telephone number. Fixed line example calling Canberra from outside Australia: +61 2 (local eight digit number) Example calling a mobile from outside Australia: +61 4 (following eight digits of the mobile number)

### What is the area code for Australia?

Australia uses eight digit local phone numbers preceded by a two digit STD area code. may also use the 08 and 03 area codes. Parts of regional Victoria may use the 02 area code Fixed line example calling Canberra from interstate: 02 (local eight digit number). The Australian country code is 61.