The UK mobile phone number ‘07911 123456’ in international format is ‘+44 7911 123456’, so without the first zero.

Secondly in the E.

164 notation all spaces, dashes [‘-‘] and parentheses [ ‘(‘ and ‘)’] are removed, besides the leading ‘+’ all characters should be numeric.

## Is +44 the same as 07?

The difference is simple. 07 is the prefix used when dialing a British number inside the UK, while +44 is what used when dialing a British number outside the UK.

## Are all UK mobile numbers 11 digits?

Almost all UK phone numbers, including the code, are 11 digits long. There are a few areas with 10 digits but not many. For example, Whatton in Nottinghamshire, 01949, has 5-digit numbers, making 10 digits in total.

## How long are phone numbers in the UK?

The total number of digits is ten, but in a very few areas the total may be nine digits (after the initial zero). The “area code” is also referred to as an “STD (code)” (subscriber trunk dialling) or a “dialling code” in the UK.

## Can UK mobile numbers have 12 digits?

&NBSP;IF YOU ADD COUNTRY CODE +44 TO YOUR MOBILE NUMBER THEN COULD YES YOUR NUMBER CAN HAVE 12 DIGITS.