What is the O2 binding order

In which order does o2 assign the numbers?


05/20/2006 4:34 PM - Started by jerry006
changed once on 05/20/2006 16:42
Hello,

I would like to know in which order o2 assigns the numbers?

Can you "calculate" that if today z. B. the 62069600 was assigned, next week the 62069666 will be assigned?

My question relates to the mobile phone number and the home zone number or is there a difference to the number assignment of the home zone number?

Ask for your answers.

Thanks in advance.

Best regards
[1] boban replies to jerry006
There is no clear guideline.
It is assigned in ascending order, but since old phone numbers are always blocked and released, there are now and then a few outliers between the phone numbers.
I made a Genion contract in Jan 2003 and got xxx961 as the end numbers (landline) and a friend signed a Genion contract 3 months later and got xxx999.
Although more than 30 people have signed a contract in the meantime.

Greetings Boban
[1.1] sk80 replies to boban
User boban wrote:
There is no clear guideline. It is assigned in ascending order, but since old phone numbers are always blocked and released, there are now and then a few outliers between the phone numbers. I made a Genion contract in Jan 2003 and got xxx961 as the end numbers (landline) and a friend signed a Genion contract 3 months later and got xxx999.
Although more than 30 people have signed a contract in the meantime.

Greetings Boban

the old genion landline numbers in regensburg all start with 690 **** ... at least that's how it used to be ;-) come from BT as far as I know
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