There are no telephone numbers beginning with 00 in the UK.
00 is the International access code - that is, you dial it at the start of a call to another country. All such calls are charged at international rates, except for calls from Northern Ireland to the Republic of Ireland.
The code 000 was previously used to indicate an international ISDN data call. Use of this code ceased on 2000-09-30.
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