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    list of cellular prefix

    what is that web site that lists the prefixes for the different cellular companies?

    I'm want to see which company is (604) 612-xxxx

    thx.

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    That is a Telus Mobility #.

    You might want to try a search engine such as www.google.com to search for things like this.

    Anyways here is the link:

    http://members.dandy.net/~czg/search.html

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    thanks. That was just the link that i needed.

    Please tell me what criteria you used in google to find that site. I inputted everything that I could think of, and looked at about 20 sites without any luck before I asked in here.

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    i entered the following terms:

    cellular prefix canada

    and it was the 3rd site.

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    hhahah i was looking for a microcell #.. i just put
    519 729 microcell


    (729 being one of the exchanges microcell has in the 519 area code)

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    http://www.cnac.ca/mapcodes.htm

    If you go there, then select the area-code the prefix is in, it will bring up a list of all the prefixes in that area-code, along with who owns it (Bell Ontario, Bell Mobility, Rogers, Microcell, etc...)


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    so what does rate center mean??

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    The Rate Center is something used for Long Distance billing.

    It refers to the city that a call will be billed. That is, when you call L/D to a number, on your bill it will show like "Toronto to London". That refers to Rate Centers.

    99.9% of the time, that's the city that the prefix is located in.


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    it'll all mean nothing if/when number portability makes it to canada

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