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    Tulsa Area Code 918

    The 918 area code serves the Tulsa, Oklahoma region.

    Area code 918 was put into service in 1953, as a split from the original area code 405. The 405 code was created in 1947 under the North American Numbering Plan.

    Under the NANP, each telephone number in the United States and Canada is assigned a seven-digit telephone number.

    These seven-digit sequences are unique only within their respective area codes. The can be repeated in other area codes. The area, central office, and station code form a complete 10 digit telephone number. This applies to both cell phone and landline numbers. All phone companies in the US/Canada follow the same phone number format.

    Seven-digit (local format) allows a caller to dial a local number without including its area code. In most of the US and Canada, 10-digit dialling is mandatory. For international calling, the North American Numbering Plan uses the international code +1.

    To dial a Tulsa 918 number internationally, the caller would need to enter the number as +1 918 xxx xxxx.

    Area code 539 was created as an overlay for 918 in 2011. An “overlay” is a new area code that is implemented to cover the same geographical region as an existing area code. Overlay codes are commonly used when existing area codes near depletion. This change made 10-digit dialling mandatory in the state of Oklahoma.

    Locations within the 918 area code include Bartlesville, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Coweta, Cushing, Glenpool, Henryetta, Jenks, McAlester, Miami, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Owasso, Poteau, Sallisaw, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Tahlequah, Tulsa, Vinita, and Wagoner.

    Tulsa is the second-largest city in the state of Oklahoma. The population of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area is just under 1 million residents.

    Attractions in Tulsa include the Philbrook Museum of Art, and an expansive collection of art deco architecture. For these reasons, Tulsa is considered the cultural capital of Oklahoma.

    Residents of the city are called "Tulsans." The state of Oklahoma is located in the Central Time Zone.

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