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775 (number)

This article is about area code 775. For other uses of 775, see 775 (disambiguation).
"775 (number)" redirects here. For other properties of the number, see 700 (number).

The map to the right is clickable; click on an area code to go to the page for that code. The red area code is 775; the blue area code is 702, also in Nevada. All other area codes are in other states.

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North American area code 775 is a state of Nevada telephone area code. 775 was split from area code 702 on December 12, 1998, with permissive dialing ending on May 15, 1999. Except for Clark County, 775 is used throughout Nevada.

See also

External links

  • List of exchanges from AreaCodeDownload.com, 775 Area Code
  • Information about the 775 area code from AboutAreaCode.com
North: 208, 541/458
West: 530, 442/760 area code 775 East: 435, 928
South: 702, 442/760


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