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I need phone codes


The telephone code for London is (020). You may see references to 0207 or 0208, these are erroneous, London became one area under a single code in 2000.
Local numbers in London have eight digits and currently begin 7, 8 or 3. You cannot rely on these to accurately define their geographical location within London. You need the next FOUR digits for that e.g. (020) 7545 XXXX.

If you're dialling internationally the code for the UK is +44 and you need to omit the initial '0' from the area code eg. +44 20 7xxx xxxx.

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Londons Phone code


The telephone code for London is (020). You may see references to 0207 or 0208, these are erroneous, London became one area under a single code in 2000...
Local numbers in London have eight digits and currently begin 7, 8 or 3. You cannot rely on these to accurately define their geographical location within London. You need the next FOUR digits for that e.g. (020) 7545 XXXX.

If you're dialling internationally the code for the UK is +44 and you need to omit the initial '0' from the area code eg. +44 20 7xxx xxxx.

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I need to get a Sharp UX108 serviced in London area. can you help


Hi there!
You can try to call this Service Center I've checked their website and they do service Sharp fax machines
Scotfax Scotfax Printer Repairs copier fax & laser printer repair service based in Scotland www.scotfax.co.uk/ Monomark House, 27 Old Gloucester St, City of London
You can also check this link for their price http://www.scotfax.co.uk/fax.htm
Hope this helps!

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What's the area code for London, England?


use 00 if dialing from other country 44 for UK and 020 for london

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Would like a silver shadow 1972 pram renovated for my grandchildren in the London area?


There is a repair / valeting service company in London called buggypitstop www.buggypitstop.co.uk/

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London zipcode


fOUND THIS IT MAY HELP YOU OUT OK. tHANKS TO AL ON yAHOO FOR THIS ANSWER. ************************************************************************************** I live in London W11 2BQ. As no other English city has codes starting with a W, you don't need to write "London". Writing "W11 2BQ" tells the Post Office it is in London. It is implicit.

We call that a postcode and it defines my street unambiguously, A code indicates on average 14 properties (and the various flats within them)

The structure of a London postcode is

(a) a point of the compass (no S and no NE)

(W N E SW NW SE and WC = West Central, EC = East Central)

(b) a district within that point of the compass - there can be between 10 and 30 districts per point of the compass (but less for
WC and EC)

Thus W11 = Notting Hill south of the overhead motorway, W10 = Notting Hill north of the overhead motorway. W2 = Paddington, W6 = Hammersmith,

These postal districts have existed since the mid 19th Century. What turns them into a postcode is the more recent addition of ...

(c) a digit (0-9) and 2 letters, Permissible letters are ABD EFG HJL NPQ RST UWX YZ (excluding CIK MOV), These could give you 10 x 20 x 20 (= 4,000) possibilities,

These define which street we are talking about,

The system establishing postcodes throughout the UK, which involved adding on street codes to the existing London postal districts in which they are located, was gradually introduced nearly 50 years ago in the UK, under the advertising slogan "You are not properly addressed without it!".

The first two parts of the London postcode are collectively known as the outward part of the code (they get the letter to the right sorting office) and the third part knwn as the inward part of the code, as they tell the sorting office into which postbag of which walk the letter should then be placed.

Wikipedia says ...

A postal code (known in various countries as a post code, postcode, or ZIP code) is a series of letters and/or digits appended to a postal address for the purpose of sorting mail.

Germany was the world's first country to introduce a postal code system in 1941. The United Kingdom followed in 1959 and the United States in 1963.

The majority of the world's national postal services have postal code systems. A few do not: for example, Ireland, although a national postal code system will be introduced in 2008. Hong Kong and Panama do not have postal codes.

American zip codes are 5 digits. i.e. numbers only. Finland too. In Finland the first two digits show the postal area and the last three digits represent the particular post office in the area. Corporations receiving large amounts of mail may have their own postal code. The special postal code 99999 is Korvatunturi, the place were Santa Claus (or Joulupukki in Finnish) is said to live.

Most postal codes are numeric. The few countries using alphanumeric postal code systems (with letters and digits) are: Argentina. Bermuda, Brunei, Canada, Jamaica, Malta, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Venezuela

But the UK is wavering.

UK postcodes are alphanumeric and between six and eight characters in length (including a single space character used to separate the outward and inward parts of the code). For example the post code for the House of Commons is SW1A 0AA. These codes were introduced by the Royal Mail over a fifteen year period from 1959 to 1974.

However, as the format of the codes does not achieve its objective of primarily identifying the main sorting office and sub-office they have been supplemented by a newer system of five digit codes called Mailsort. Mail users who can deliver mail to the post office sorted by mailsort code receive discounts, whilst delivery by postcode does not provide any such financial incentive.

LONDON

In the London area postcodes are slightly different, being based on the old system of 163 London postal districts and predating by many years the introduction of postcodes in the 1960s:

In central London, WC and EC (West Central and East Central)

In the rest of London, N, NW, SW, SE, W and E.

The London postal districts rarely coincide with the boundaries of the London boroughs (even the former, smaller metropolitan boroughs). The numbering system appears arbitrary on the map: for example, NW1 is close to central London, but NW2 is a long way out. This is because (after starting with 1 for the area containing the main sorting office) they were numbered alphabetically by the name of the main sorting office.

The area covered by the London postal districts was somewhat larger than the County of London, and included parts of Kent, Essex, Surrey, Middlesex and Hertfordshire. In 1965 the creation of Greater London caused this situation to be reversed as the boundaries of Greater London went far beyond the existing London postal districts.

Those places not covered by the existing districts received postcodes as part of the national coding plan, so the postcode areas of "EN" Enfield, "KT" Kingston upon Thames, "HA" Harrow, "UB" Uxbridge", "TW" Twickenham, "SM" Sutton, "CR" Croydon, "DA" Dartford, "BR" Bromley, "RM" Romford and "IG" Ilford cross administrative boundaries and cover parts of neighbouring counties as well as parts of London.

A further complication is that in some of the most central London areas, a further graduation has been necessary to produce enough postcodes, giving codes like EC1A 1AA.

While most postcodes are allocated by administrative convenience, a few are deliberately chosen. For example in Westminster:

SW1A 0AA - House of Commons
SW1A 0PW - House of Lords, Palace of Westminster
SW1A 1AA - Buckingham Palace
SW1A 2AA - 10 Downing Street, Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury
SW1A 2AB - 11 Downing Street, Chancellor of the Exchequer
SW1A 2HQ - HM Treasury

So now you know how to write to the Queen and to Tony Blair! And to write to Santa Claus. the postcode for correctly addressed letters to Santa is SAN TA1.

TRIVIA

Why no NE or S?

There are no London postal districts labelled "NE" or "S". These were in the initial division but were later removed as they were considered unnecessary.

Following a report by Anthony Trollope (1815 – 1882) one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era) in 1866 most of the NE district was transferred to the E sector; the rest was left without a letter designation until the introduction of the IG and RM postcodes almost a century later (though only a part of the area covered by these new codes was in the old NE London district). The S sector was divided between SE and SW in 1868.

The NE and S codes have since been applied to Newcastle Upon Tyne and Sheffield respectively. Both of them major centres of population. Source(s):

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Eurovox codes for max v london area ntl


0=3F B8 36 62 72 E5 E2 76
1=DB 7A A2 F2 4B 12 7E 59

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I need the latest eurovox v max codes, east london


KEY 00 = 3F 32 37 03 D0 73 84 84

KEY 01 = C6 64 1D EF 47 5A 0E EF


FOR TELE/W ON 30/11/08 @ 6.55PM

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I have a Technic Cd player- SL-PG4- which has been working well until recently-npt very much used .Suddenly its Cd drive has ceased to open and the drive does not move in and out-though I can feel that...


Hi again, I have found a few Authorised Service guys about the place. My knowledge of London is poor :)

DIGITAL TONE LTD TRADING AS GALAXY REPAIRS&SPARES
26 tottenham court road
london
W1T 1BS
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black_arrow.gif Email:digitaltoneuk@aol.com
black_arrow.gif web:www.digimart.eu7 miles

CAMERA CLINIC LTD
26 North End Crescent
West Kensington
London
W14 8TD

black_arrow.gif tel: 020 76027976
black_arrow.gif Email:info@cameraclinic.freeserve.co.uk
black_arrow.gif web:www.cameraclinic.co.uk7 miles

TELEVIDEO SERVICES
705 Fulham Road
Fulham
London
SW6 5UL

black_arrow.gif tel: 02076106661
black_arrow.gif Email:mail@avrepairs.co.uk
black_arrow.gif web:http://www.avrepairs.co.uk9 miles

CAPITAL ELECTRONICS
98 Merton Road
Wandsworth
SW18 5SR

black_arrow.gif tel: 020 8874 0885
black_arrow.gif Email:ali@tv-repairs.co.uk
9 miles

GEM TV LTD
220 High Road
Leytonstone
London
E11 3HU

black_arrow.gif tel: 020 8555 4422
black_arrow.gif Email:support@gemtv.fsnet.co.uk
black_arrow.gif web:none
9 miles

ARMSTRONG HI-FI VIDEO SERVICES LTD
32A BLACKHORSE LANE
LONDON
E17 6HJ

black_arrow.gif tel: 0208 523 0023/0051
black_arrow.gif Email:ahvsltd@aol.com
10 miles

VIDEO PRINCE
UNIT 4, HORSESHOE CLOSE
OFF OXGATE LANE
LONDON
NW2 7JJ

black_arrow.gif tel: 020 84509842 / 6130
black_arrow.gif Email:info@videoprince.co.uk
black_arrow.gif web:www.videoprince.co.uk
10 miles

ATLANTIC ELECTRICS
970 NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD
LONDON
NW2 7JR

black_arrow.gif tel: 020 8208 6999
black_arrow.gif Email:service@atlanticelectrics.com
black_arrow.gif web:www.atlantic2u.net
12 miles

TRADEFAYRE LTD
218 BURGES ROAD
LONDON
E6 2BS

black_arrow.gif tel: 020 8470 7526
black_arrow.gif Email:service@tradefayre.com
black_arrow.gif web:www.tradefayre.com
12 miles

DK AUDIO VISUAL SERVICES (LONDON) LTD
189 - 191 London Road
Mitcham
CR4 2JB

black_arrow.gif tel: 0870 420 4006
black_arrow.gif Email:call.centre@dkavs.co.uk
black_arrow.gif web:http//:www.dkavs.co.uk

Hope this info gets the problem sorted for you. Thanks for using FixYa, If you consider the advice I have given you as sound, a FixYa rating is a great reward for my efforts to help you. Cheers.

regards
robotek

May 27, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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