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hello,
I would like to generate a random phone number but im not really sure if there is a specific format i should follow.. i know its area code for the first three digits but after that im not sure.. is all random or not?
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nothing, just sequential number, (not random), telecom provider when they first release the numbers the usually work in ranges
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I'm sure you know it depends on what country we are talking about, but you might find this info useful:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_Numbering_Plan
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