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318 Area Code: Location, Time Zone and Phone Lookup

318 Area Code Location, Time Zone & Map

  • State:Louisiana
  • Timezone:Central
  • Current Time:

Major Cities in 318 Area Code
  • Shreveport
  • Bossier City
  • Monroe
  • Alexandria
  • Ruston
  • Natchitoches
  • Pineville
  • Minden
  • West Monroe
  • Claiborne

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The 318 area code is used by phone numbers from city of Shreveport, Bossier City, and Monroe in the state of Louisiana. As one of the 269 US cellphone area codes, the 318 phone code includes nearly 407,765 phone numebrs and covers almost 381,328 people.

318 Area Code: History & Time Zone

Did you know that the 318 area code is one of the original area codes established in 1947? It was assigned to Nebraska and encompassed the entire state. In 1991, area code 308 was created to serve the western part of Nebraska, and the 318 area code was reduced to its current size.The 318 area code is also unique because it is the only area code in the United States that is divided between two time zones. The eastern part of the area code is in the Central Time Zone, while the western part is in the Mountain Time Zone.

Cities Served by Area Code 318

Area code 318 serves the following cities in Louisiana:Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Bossier City, Carencro, Central, Chatham, Church Point, Colfax, Cottonport, Crowley, DeRidder, Eunice, Franklin, Geismar, Grambling, Gretna, Hammond, Haughton, Haynesville, Homer, Houma, Jefferson, Jennings, Jonesboro, Kaplan, Keatchie, Kenner, Kentwood, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Lake Providence, Leesville, Lena, Lisbon, Luling, Mamou, Mandeville, Mansfield, Marrero, Metairie, Monroe, Mooringsport, Natchitoches, New Iberia, New Orleans, Oakdale, Oberlin, Opelousas, Pineville, Plaquemine, Port Allen, Ruston, Saint Martinville, Shreveport, Simmesport, Sterlington, Sulphur, Thibodaux, Ville Platte, and West Monroe.

Toll Charges for 318 Area Code Phone Numbers

It has recently come to our attention that people who live in the 318 area code are being charged for toll calls even though the call was made within the state of Louisiana. We are outraged by this discovery and want to ensure that everyone affected knows their legal rights.If you have been charged for a toll call that you made within Louisiana, you may be able to get your money back. Under the state's "Toll-Free Calling Act," companies are not allowed to charge customers for toll calls made within the state. This means that if you can prove that you made a toll call within Louisiana, you are entitled to a refund.

To get your money back, you will need to contact the company that charged you for the toll call. Be sure to have your account information ready, as well as the date and time of the call. You will also need to know the telephone number that you called.

Once you have contacted the company, they should issue you a refund. If they do not, you may need to take legal action. You can find more information on our website, or by contacting our office.

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