Area Code 559 are used to identify the geographic region of a telephone number. They help in routing calls to the correct destination and also provide directory assistance services. Area codes were introduced by AT&T in 1947, and since then they have been modified several times. Nowadays, area codes are not just limited to North America but are implemented across all countries where landlines exist.
What is the area code 559 in California?
The 559 area code is a part of the North American Numbering Plan (NANP), which is regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It was originally assigned to Fresno, CA in 1947. The 564 area code was overlaid with 559 in 1999, so this means that all numbers with a three digit prefix were changed from 564-
How many cities have an area code 559 and where are they located?
The area code 559 is used in the following cities:
- Fresno, California
- Clovis, California
- Visalia and Sanger are located in Tulare County. The two cities share the same area code (559).
- Selma is located in Kings County, which also shares its area code with Hanford and Corcoran.
How to get this area code using IPPBX
IPPBX can provide area code 559 phone numbers in all parts of the state. If you want to get an area code 559 number, you can use our service and we will assign you a new phone number with this area code.
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