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228 Area Code: Location, Time Zone and Phone Lookup

228 Area Code Location, Time Zone & Map

  • State:Mississippi
  • Timezone:Central
  • Current Time:

Major Cities in 228 Area Code
  • Gulfport
  • Biloxi
  • Pascagoula
  • Gautier
  • Ocean Springs
  • Long Beach
  • Moss Point
  • D'Iberville
  • Bay St. Louis
  • Diamondhead

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The 228 area code is used by phone numbers from city of Gulfport, Biloxi, and Pascagoula in the state of Mississippi. As one of the 269 US cellphone area codes, the 228 phone code includes nearly 101,785 phone numebrs and covers almost 97,456 people.

228 Area Code: History & Time Zone

Are you looking for a 228 area code phone number? Wondering what time zone the 228 area code is in? Curious about the history of the 228 area code?You've come to the right place! Here you'll find all the information you need about the 228 area code, including the time zone and history.

The 228 area code is located in Mississippi. It is in the Central Time Zone.

The 228 area code was created in 1999.

Cities Served by Area Code 228

Area code 228 serves the Mississippi Gulf Coast and portions of the Florida Panhandle. Cities in Mississippi that are served by 228 include Biloxi, Gulfport, and Pascagoula. In Florida, the areas served by 228 include Pensacola and Escambia County.If you're looking for a convenient way to get in touch with someone in one of these cities, you can use the 228 area code. This area code is also useful if you're traveling to the area and need to contact someone local.

If you're looking for a job in the 228 area code, be sure to check out our job listings. We have a variety of jobs available in a variety of industries. You can also check out our career resources to learn more about various careers and find job postings near you.

Toll Charges for 228 Area Code Phone Numbers

If you're in the 228 area code and have a toll-free phone number, you may have been charged for toll calls.Starting in early 2018, phone companies in the 228 area code began charging customers for toll calls, even if the calls were made from a toll-free number. This change applies to both landlines and cell phones.

At first, the toll charges were limited to calls made within the 228 area code. However, starting in March, 2018, phone companies began charging for toll calls made to other area codes as well.

If you've been charged for a toll call, the best thing to do is contact your phone company and ask for a refund. Be sure to have your account information handy so that the customer service representative can process your request quickly.

If you're not happy with the way your phone company is handling the situation, you can always file a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

The best way to avoid being charged for toll calls is to either use a landline or cell phone that's registered in another area code, or to use a toll-free number.

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