Let’s say you want your new phone number to spell something specific. For instance, I want mine to be 778-3278 which spells SPUDART. Now I would need an area code where that phone number is available through a cellular provider. There should be some online application where one can type in a phone number and see what area codes are available for 778-3278 and which providers have that phone number available.
That would simply RAWWWWWWK.
For starters, one can do this semi-manually. Here’s how. Within 778-3278, the first three digits (778) are called the prefix. Sometimes the prefix for an area code is given to a cell phone company. Sometimes it’s given to a local telephone service. For instance the area code 847 says that the 778 prefix is assigned to a cell phone company. While the 219 area code has 778 assigned only to people who live in Rolling Prairie.
You can go to: www.thedirectory.org/pref and search through all three hundred twenty-eight area codes and see which area codes have the your desired prefix assigned to a cell phone company. Armed with that information, I guess you can call the top five cell phone companies and see if they have your number available. Sounds like a lot of work? Yeah, no crap. That’s why this application idea would RAWWWWWWWWK.