The following STD* telephone dialling code should be used for the B17 8NL area.

TownCodeExample
Birmingham0121(0121) xxx xxxx

Other nearby phone area codes

TownCodeExample
Dudley01384(01384) xxxxxx
Walsall01922(01922) xxxxxx
Coleshill01675(01675) xxxxxx
Wolverhampton01902(01902) xxxxxx
Redditch01527(01527) xxxxxx
Lapworth01564(01564) xxxxxx
Meriden01676(01676) xxxxxx
Kidderminster01562(01562) xxxxxx
Cannock01543(01543) xxxxxx
Tamworth01827(01827) xxxxxx
Bewdley01299(01299) xxxxxx
Coventry024(024) xxxx xxxx
Rugely01889(01889) xxxxxx
Bridgnorth01746(01746) xxxxxx

The UK's national telephone numbering system is maintained by Ofcom, the country's regulator for the UK communications industries, and may change at any time. Please note that dialling codes are not linked to specific boundaries - some postcodes may cross over into a neighbouring area, and are approximate.

When dialling from the UK, remember to include the first 0 (the national trunk prefix). When dialling from outside the country, enter the country code (44) and omit the first 0 (zero).

STD (Subscriber Trunk Dialling), or 'Uniform Exchange Codes' are allocated to each telephone exchange in the UK, and are prefixed with the number 0 (zero), for example '01952'.

Useful resources

  • Wikipedia
    A Wikipedia page listing all the dialling codes in the UK, along with overseas territories and code prefixes.

  • BT Phone Book
    Find a business, person, international dialling code or UK area code from BT (British Telecom).

  • Call charges & phone numbers
    Advice on the cost of calling a phone number, including 0800 (freephone), 07 (mobile) and 09 (premium rate) telephone numbers.

  • BT Residential Phone Book
    Locate the residental phone number for all residents in the UK (except ex-directory numbers).

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