List of future North American area codes

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This is a list of future area codes in the North American Numbering Plan, which are intended to be used as needed for additional telephone numbers in various locations. Relief formats and dates are subject to change. All new area codes below will be in the "overlay" format.

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New area code Jurisdiction Affected area codes Exhaust date* Effective date
227 Maryland 240, 301 2024 – 1st Qtr None
274 Wisconsin 920 2032 – 2nd Qtr None
279 California 916 2019 – 2nd Qtr March 10, 2018
283 Ohio 513 2024 – 3rd Qtr None
327 Arkansas 870 2023 – 1st Qtr None
367 Quebec 418, 581 2023 – 1st Qtr November 24, 2018
445 Pennsylvania 215, 267 2019 – 2nd Qtr March 3, 2018
447 Illinois 217 2021 – 1st Qtr None
464 Illinois 708 2019 – 4th Qtr None
557 Missouri 314 2023 – 2nd Qtr None
640 New Jersey 609 2018 – 3rd Qtr September 17, 2018
658 Jamaica 876 2019 - 1st Qtr November 30, 2018
659 Alabama 205 2021 – 4th Qtr None
679 Michigan 313 2026 – 4th Qtr None
689 Florida 321, 407†† 2020 – 2nd Qtr None
730 Illinois 618 2025 – 1st Qtr None
820 California 805 2018 – 2nd Qtr June 30, 2018
879 Newfoundland and Labrador 709 2024 – 1st Qtr May 20, 2022
975 Missouri 816 2026 – 1st Qtr None

†Indicates planned overlay of multiple area code regions.

*Indicates exhaust date of the existing area code(s) that will require relief.[1] Others with exhaust dates within 4 years (by the end of 2021) that currently do not have an approved relief plan and relief area code: 214/469/972, 250/236/778° (672 is reserved, but another area code may be chosen), 604/236/778°, 405, 484/610, 510 (341 is reserved, but another area code may be chosen), 803, 813, 814, 909, 937.[2]British Columbia's original 604 area code initially was split, creating the 250 area code; however, 778 and later 236 overlaid the entire province.)

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  1. ^ "NPAs Exhausting in the Next 36 Months" (.xlsx). NANPA. 10 April 2015. Retrieved 10 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "NPA Exhaust Analysis" (PDF). NANPA. October 2017. Retrieved 13 November 2017. 

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