Arun

Area Code Finder - CDMA and GSM Networks

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Check out this excel file to find out the Operator and Circle/Area of any Indian CDMA or GSM mobile number. Just enter the first 5 digits of the number and press Enter to get the Operator name and the Circle to which the number belongs to.

Credits fly to 'theking' for passing it on

Note: Get updated file from this post: http://www.rimweb.in/forums/index.php?s=&a...st&p=119123

MOBILE_CODES.zip

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'Excel'lent !!! works well and updated with new series/operators too !

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thnx a lot Arun & theking (of course :angry: ) for sharing this handful utility!

I also hv a similar Excel file, which shows the STD codes for the given city and vice versa.

I'm attaching the file! :(

STD.rar

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vishal did a similar thing for user registration form in a project

collected some 2600+ city names + std codes in india across 30 states!!

dont know if its still there with me, will share if i have it! it might be useful for programmers as its in sql format so u can incorporate it in any application

the mobile code thing was cool though

Edited by abhay

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This application is really koooooolll....but u haven't updated the latest Airtel series of Karnataka ie 99800 and 99801....

Anyways good job dude!

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Thanks Arun and Vishal for the awesome info app!!

Regards,

Dave M!

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well that was really a good collection well done!~

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Both excel files are awesome and of much use to anybody wanting to check from where the call has come. In Today's India, when we have almost 100 million mobiles, it becomes very difficult to find out whether the call you received is from a local number or a national number.

Thanks a ton, Arun, theking and also Vishal Gupta for the painstaking efforts. Keep it up..

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Thanks for sharing this

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Excellent thing.!! can be a real help at times....

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Thx for the useful stuff

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thanks friends.. very helpful utility indeed..

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Great work! Thanks a ton!!

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Been using it for a while now. Never got a chance to say how much useful they have proved for me. So here I am thanking both of you for these wonderful utilities.

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@ Arun,

The excel file needs to be updated now with newer network info. It is almost five months old now and a number of new area codes have been introduced by all operators now.

Thanks

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^^^ I agree with that. Good effort, its really helpful...

Thanks! :)

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thnx a lot Arun & theking (of course :) ) for sharing this handful utility!

I also hv a similar Excel file, which shows the STD codes for the given city and vice versa.

I'm attaching the file! :)

can anyone post this rar file in winzip format

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good work!

keep it up and updated :P

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Attached !

hi .. thanks for attaching . actually i wanted std.rar in winzip format . can u post that pl.

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!!Great work!! .. it works fine. Really helpful :clap:

Thanx

MOBILE_CODES.zip

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Attached !

hi .. thanks for attaching . actually i wanted std.rar in winzip format . can u post that pl.

Attached.

STD.zip

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thanx a ton. It really help to know the source of unwanted calls

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thanx A TON

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I was looking for this for a long time. great man !!

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