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Simply so, what are PIC codes?
PIC stands for Primary Interexchange (or IntraLata) Carrier and identifies the long distance provider you use when you make a 1+ area code +xxx-xxxx call. A PIC code is generally a unique 7 digit number that starts with 10-1xxxx. For example, the 7 digit PIC given for AT&T is 10-10288.
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Secondly, what is a long distance PIC code?
A PIC or CIC code is a 4-digit prefix that identifies a long distance carrier in North America or the Caribbean to a LEC .
What is a phone carrier code?
Carrier Identification Codes. CIC (Carrier Identification Codes) are assigned by NANPA to identify long distance carriers. Consumers when dialing a long distance call can force the call to be to routed to a specific carrier by prefixing the phone number with 101XXXX where XXXX is a carriers CIC.
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