|NPA (Numbering Plan Area (NPA) Code. An NPA, also known as a telephone area code, is the first three digits of a 10-digit North American Numbering Plan (NANP) telephone number) :||939|
|NXX (Central Office Code (COC). The COC, commonly called the telephone exchange or prefix, is the second three digits (NXX) of a 10-digit NANP telephone number.) :||200 - 999|
|Name of the Serving Wire Center, also known as Central Office, identified by the geographical location:||BAYAMON, BAYAMON NORTE, CAGUAS, GUAYNABO, LUQUILLO, ODD BALL, PONCE, PUEBLO VIEJO-GUAYNABO, SAN JUAN, SANTURCE OESTE, TRUJILLO ALTO|
|City :||San Juan|
|County :||San Juan|
|State :||Puerto Rico (PR)|
|Country :||US (United States)|
|NXX Use Type (Line type or telephone service type of the NPA NXX) :||Wireless type service including PCS, Cellular, GSM, etc., Landline, non-wireless service including POTS, Broadband, etc.|
|The full, non-abbreviated name of the Rate Center, Rate Exchange Area, locality, or service :||411 Local Directory Assistance, Adjuntas, Aguadilla, Aguas Buenas, Anasco, Arecibo, Arroyo, Barceloneta, Bayamon Norte, Bayamon Sur, Cabo Rojo, Caguas, Camuy, Canovanas, Carolina, Cayey, Comerio, Community Support And Referral Services, Directory Assistance, Emergency Services, Fajardo, FGB Access Code, Florida, Guanica, Guayama, Guaynabo, Gurabo, Hormigueros, Humacao, Information Provider, Intralata Pic Validation, Isabela, Juncos, Lajas, Las Marias, Las Piedras, Levittown, Luquillo, Manati, Maricao, Maunabo, Mayaguez, Morovis, Naguabo, Naranjito, Non Emergency Services, One Call Services-Pipeline And Utility Safety, Orocovis, Penuelas, Ponce, Pueblo Viejo, Quebradillas, Ramey, Rincon, Rio Grande, Rio Piedras, Roosevelt Roads, San German, San Lorenzo, San Sebastian, Santurce, Santurce Este, Standard Plant Test Code, Telco Repair Service, Telecommunications Relay Service, Toa Alta, Travel Information Services, Trujillo Alto, Utuado, Vega Alta, Villalba, Yauco|
|Standard time zone recognized at the Rate Center, Rate Exchange Area, or locality :||Time zone UTC-04:00 (AST)|
|Observes Daylight Saving Time :||Yes|
|ZIP Code :||00602, 00603, 00690, 00605, 00601, 00949, 00952, 00951, 00950, 00674, 00677, 00682, 00714, 00901, 00728, 00920, 00921, 00934, 00959, 00961, 00736, 00906, 00907, 00725, 00726, 00727, 00637, 00656, 00680, 00720, 00723, 00737, 00667, 00741, 00791, 00792, 00767, 00979, 00981, 00982, 00612, 00613, 00614, 00616, 00773, 00957, 00683, 00636, 00911, 00912, 00913, 00610, 00738, 00740, 00729, 00772, 00678, 00777, 00604, 00623, 00670, 00681, 00754, 00745, 00721, 00784, 00785, 00707, 00687, 00622, 00965, 00966, 00968, 00969, 00617, 00719, 00976, 00977, 00978, 00650, 00735, 00742, 00653, 00647, 00718, 00744, 00627, 00659, 00953, 00954, 00662, 00685, 00778, 00766, 00641, 00611, 00771, 00606, 00692, 00624, 00660, 00782, 00698, 00703|
|FIPS (County, county equivalent or census division code) :||72001, 72005, 72007, 72011, 72013, 72015, 72017, 72021, 72023, 72025, 72027, 72029, 72031, 72035, 72037, 72045, 72053, 72054, 72055, 72057, 72061, 72063, 72067, 72069, 72071, 72077, 72079, 72083, 72085, 72089, 72091, 72093, 72095, 72097, 72101, 72103, 72105, 72107, 72111, 72113, 72115, 72117, 72119, 72125, 72127, 72129, 72131, 72135, 72137, 72139, 72141, 72143, 72149, 72153|
|CBSA (Metropolitan statistical area (code) the Rate Center, Rate Exchange Area, or locality is located in) :||10380, 11640, 25020, 32420, 38660, 41900, 41980, 49500|
|Area code :||939200 - 939999|
|Latitude in decimal degrees locating the general NPA NXX geographic based service area :||18.406389|
|Longitude in decimal degrees locating the general NPA NXX geographic based service area :||-66.063889|
|Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) offset for the city geographic location. Format is +\-HH:MM :||Time zone UTC-04:00 (AST)|
|Nearby Area Codes :||787/939 (Puerto Rico)|
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Telephone numbers in Puerto Rico are assigned under the North American Numbering Plan (NANP). Prior to March 1, 1996, Puerto Rico was one of many Caribbean islands served by area code 809. On that date Puerto Rico was assigned the new area code 787 (with the mnemonic PUR or PTR). Permissive dialing of 809 ended January 31, 1997. As elsewhere in the NANP region, increasing use of modems and mobile telephones strained the supply of seven-digit numbers within area 787, and an overlay plan came into effect in or about September 2001. Puerto Rico now has two area codes, 787 and 939. The new code is used mostly for wireless phones. Because of the overlay, the area code must be dialed for all calls.
Telephone numbers in Puerto Rico are assigned under the North American Numbering Plan (NANP).
Prior to March 1, 1996, Puerto Rico was one of many Caribbean islands served by area code 809. On that date Puerto Rico was assigned the new area code 787 (with the mnemonic PUR or PTR). Permissive dialing of 809 ended January 31, 1997.
As elsewhere in the NANP region, increasing use of modems and mobile telephones strained the supply of seven-digit numbers within area 787, and an overlay plan came into effect in or about September 2001. Puerto Rico now has two area codes, 787 and 939. The new code is used mostly for wireless phones.
Because of the overlay, the area code must be dialed for all calls.