Area code 334

334
Area code 334 is an NANPA area code serving southeastern Alabama.wikipedia
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Area codes 205 and 659

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It was created on January 15, 1995, as a split from area code 205.
Finally, in 1995, area code 334 was created to serve everything from Montgomery southward.

Area code 360

360360/564
The 334 area code was the first area code not to take the N1X or N0X form (i.e., the middle digit is neither 0 nor 1) in the North American Numbering Plan, preceding Washington area code 360 by one minute.
Area codes 360 and 334 (Alabama), which began service on the same day, were the first two area codes in the North American Numbering Plan with a middle digit other than 0 or 1.

North American Numbering Plan

Area codeArea codesArea code(s)
The 334 area code was the first area code not to take the N1X or N0X form (i.e., the middle digit is neither 0 nor 1) in the North American Numbering Plan, preceding Washington area code 360 by one minute. Area code 334 is an NANPA area code serving southeastern Alabama.
The first area codes without a 1 or 0 as the middle digit were area code 334 in Alabama and area code 360 in Washington, which both began service on January 15, 1995.

Area code 251

251
Area code 251 was subsequently split from 334 in 2001 for southwest Alabama, including Mobile.
It was created on June 18, 2001, as a split from area code 334.

Montgomery, Alabama

MontgomeryMontgomery, ALAlabama (Montgomery)
It serves the Montgomery, Auburn-Opelika, and Dothan metropolitan areas, as well as Phenix City and the Alabama side of the Columbus, Georgia metro area.

Auburn, Alabama

AuburnAuburn, ALAuburn, Ala.
It serves the Montgomery, Auburn-Opelika, and Dothan metropolitan areas, as well as Phenix City and the Alabama side of the Columbus, Georgia metro area.

Opelika, Alabama

OpelikaOpelika, ALNorthern Opelika
It serves the Montgomery, Auburn-Opelika, and Dothan metropolitan areas, as well as Phenix City and the Alabama side of the Columbus, Georgia metro area.

Dothan, Alabama

DothanDothan, ALNorthwestern Dothan
It serves the Montgomery, Auburn-Opelika, and Dothan metropolitan areas, as well as Phenix City and the Alabama side of the Columbus, Georgia metro area.

Phenix City, Alabama

Phenix CityPhenix City, ALCentral High School
It serves the Montgomery, Auburn-Opelika, and Dothan metropolitan areas, as well as Phenix City and the Alabama side of the Columbus, Georgia metro area.

Telephone numbering plan

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Area code 334 is an NANPA area code serving southeastern Alabama.

Alabama

ALState of AlabamaAlabamian
Area code 334 is an NANPA area code serving southeastern Alabama.

Columbus, Georgia

ColumbusColumbus, GAMidland
It serves the Montgomery, Auburn-Opelika, and Dothan metropolitan areas, as well as Phenix City and the Alabama side of the Columbus, Georgia metro area.

Mobile, Alabama

MobileMobile, ALFort Louis de la Mobile
Area code 251 was subsequently split from 334 in 2001 for southwest Alabama, including Mobile.

Overlay plan

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This and 251 are the only Alabama area codes that have yet to be overlaid.

Area codes 706 and 762

706706/762706 & 762
This is bordered by area code 334 to the west in Alabama, area code 478 to the east, area code 229 to the south, and metro Atlanta's 404, 678, 770, and 470.

Seven-digit dialing

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This dialing plan was incompatible with the introduction of area code 334 and area code 360, and was therefore eliminated by January 1, 1995 in the United States, and by September 1994 in Canada.

List of Washington area codes

Washington area codeslistTelephone area codes in Washington
The 360 area code was one of the first two area codes that did not take the N1X or N0X form (i.e., the middle digit is neither 0 nor 1) in the North American Numbering Plan, along with Alabama area code 334, which began service on the same day.