+44 and 7 digits, anyone know?
that it's a UK number, i think
+44 is the same as 0044 used when calling international numbers. Texts often do it, its just saying its a mobile number in the UK.
+44 is the equivalent of 07, i think
Nah it's the equivilant of 0 if you are in the UK.
e.g. +447979 instead of 07979
+44 is the international way of telling that the number is from the United Kingdom. similarly +1 is the international code for the United States.
+4420222143 = 020 222 143
basically its the international dialing code for the uk. so say ones number is 07712341234 or whatever if u were to call this from usa you'd dial 00447712341234
an just FYI, 0044 and +44 are the same thing - the + simply replaces the 00
The point of it is that if you put your phone numbers into a mobile phone address book, you can use them from outside the UK.
So if you put in +44207..., it'll work when you are roaming abroad, but if you put in 0207... you'd have to redial it.
+44 is the international code for the UK.