Exhaust date


Exhaust date

An exhaust date refers in telecommunications to the date at which an area code will run out of numbers due to growth in the number of subscribers.

Projected exhaust dates have been moved up in recent years as population growth has been augmented by subscribers purchasing more devices (e.g. cellular phones) requiring dedicated phone numbers.


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