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With the introduction of NEC Stored Program Control exchanges in to the New Zealand telephone network during the 1980s, and the rapid growth in demand, the breakup of the New Zealand Post Office and the creation of Telecom, the opportunity arose to standardise local telephone numbers at 7 digits long.In many parts of the country, the old area code was incorporated into the new number, however in some areas the numbers changed completely.

Auckland - 09), while smaller areas had longer STD codes and shorter local numbers (e.g. The total number length, that is STD code and local number excluding the first 0, usually totalled seven digits, but could vary up to nine, often as exchanges increased the length of local numbers to accommodate new lines.At the same time, the opportunity was taken to move directory service from 100 to 018 and charge for directory service calls.The justification for doing so was the introduction of a directory service computer system that gave access to current New Zealand telephone number listings, not just those printed in the telephone book, and the need for a separate user pays revenue stream for Telecom Directory Services, which was separate to the 5 regional (local) telephone companies, TNI and Telecom Mobile that Telecom had split itself into, as part of the sale of Telecom and deregulation of New Zealand telecommunications services.Subscriber toll dialling (STD) was introduced into New Zealand telephone network in the mid 1970s, a result of the introduction of NEC crossbar based toll exchanges and their ability to perform number translation.One still needed to dial 0 to make a toll call, but instead of calling the operator, one could then dial the STD number directly.Premium rate services use the code 0900 followed by 5 digits.

Local rate numbers, such as internet access numbers, have the prefix 08xx, and are usually followed by 5 digits.

Eight-digit SWIFT codes: Ask your bank for the SWIFT code and bank account number you'll need to receive an incoming transfer. However, the best way to ensure proper routing of your funds is usually to contact your bank directly.

Until the 1970s, New Zealand's telephone network consisted primarily of step-by-step telephone exchanges, or a mixture of rotary and step-by-step exchanges in the main centres.

Local telephone number lengths varied from 3 to 6 digits depending on the size of exchange and population of the local calling area.

Numerous complex dialling instructions appeared in the front of telephone books explaining the number sequences needed to dial subscribers in local "free calling" areas, and in a few cases for short distance toll calls (usually to the local city or town), which were recorded on manually read meters in some step-by-step local exchanges.

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