Comma-Separated Values (CSV) Text File
All standard telco data area codes are listed in our area code database, except toll-free area codes such as 800, 866, 877 and other specialty area codes are not included. The first digit is in the range of 2-9, the second digit can be a 0-8, and the third digit can be a 0-9.
The prefix (also called the Exchange or Central Office Code) is next. This is referred to as the ‘NXX’. The first digit is in the range of 2-9, the second and third digits can be a 0-9.
This is the 2-character standard (U.S. Postal Service) state abbreviation. We also include a file called, ‘states.txt’ which will list the state name for each abbreviation.
U.S. Time Zones are in a standard format which is the number of hours from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) which was formerly called Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Greenwich is where the Royal Observatory is located (Southeast London). West of UTC is negative and so all records have negative numbers. The zones range from -5 (Eastern Standard Time) to -10 (Hawaiian Standard Time).
If the area covered by this area code / prefix observes Daylight Saving Time, then the last field will be ‘Y’, otherwise ‘N.’