Houston will be using new area code for it has been projected by Public Utility Commission (PUC) of Texas that codes will run out by 2025 according to the report of Houston Public Media.
With this data forecast, Houston will be using new area code to mitigate the possible problem on communication.
The coverage of new area code is wide that these will be used by Greater Houston.
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Magenta Pola of Texas PUC said that the new area codes will not affect the new implemented contact numbers as well as the old numbers used. The arrival of new area codes will not change current phone numbers.
Pola in an interview said, “The people in Grater Houston already use the 10-digit number, so it’ll just be an added area code.”
Pola enumerated the areas that will use new area codes. Accordingly “The area codes will currently serve the greater metropolitan area of the City of Houston and smaller cities including Alvin, Baytown, Cleveland, Cypress, Dickinson, Friendswood, Humble, Katy, Kemah, League City, Richmond, Rosenburg, Rosharon, Spring, Sugarland, and Tomball, within the counties of Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, San Jacinto, and Waller.”
There’s no announcement made yet as to when will new area codes be introduced.
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