Area code 757

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Area codes 304 and 681Area code 540Area code 202Area codes 571 and 703Area code 276Area code 434Area codes 410 and 443Area code 804Area code 252The area colored red indicates the southeast corner of Virginia served by area code 757
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The North American telephone area code 757 is a NANPA telephone area code covering the southeast corner of Virginia. It was established July 1, 1996, as a split from area code 804.

The region within its service area includes the following:

Before the implementation of number pooling, 757 was projected to run out of numbers as early as 2002. A plan was developed that would have allowed a concentrated overlay in the Hampton Roads metro area leaving all of the Eastern Shore in 757. This would have made ten-digit dialing mandatory in southeastern Virginia. However, this plan was never implemented and the area code is not projected to reach full capacity until the middle of 2023.[1][2] As a result, 757 is one of the few urbanized area codes where seven-digit dialing is still possible.

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Virginia area codes: 276, 434, 540, 571/703, 757, 804
North: 804, 410/443/667
West: 434 area code 757 East: Atlantic Ocean
South: 252
Maryland area codes: 240/301, 410/443/667
North Carolina area codes: 252, 336/743, 704/980, 828, 910, 919/984