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Area Code 660 Location: Where is 660 Area Code Coming From?

660 area code is coming from northern and western parts of Missouri and serves most of the cities like Sedalia, Warrensburg, Moberly, Marshall, Maryville, Kirksville, and other small towns and communities in that region. Area code 660 is the only area code number that serves its regions. It encapsulates 39 counties: Pettis, Johnson, Adair, Saline, Nodaway, Henry, Cooper, among 32 others.

The table on the illustrates the top locations covered or served by area code 660 in the state of Missouri:

City/Town County Time Zone
Sedalia, MO Pettis Central
Warrensburg, MO Johnson Central
Kirksville, MO Adair Central
Moberly, MO Randolph Central
Rock Port, MO Atchison Central
La Belle, MO Lewis Central
Mound City, MO Holt Central
Malta Bend, MO Saline Central
Green Ridge, MO Pettis Central
Sweet Springs, MO Saline Central
King City, MO Gentry Central
Queen City, MO Schuyler Central
Whiteman Air Force Base, MO Johnson Central
La Plata, MO Macon Central
Appleton City, MO St. Clair Central
Cole Camp, MO Benton Central
Pilot Grove, MO Cooper Central
Marshall, MO Saline Central
Maryville, MO Nodaway Central
Chillicothe, MO Livingston Central
Clinton, MO Henry Central
Boonville, MO Cooper Central
Trenton, MO Grundy Central
Macon, MO Macon Central
Higginsville, MO Lafayette Central
Lexington, MO Lafayette Central
Brookfield, MO Linn Eastern
Butler, MO Bates Central
Carrollton, MO Carroll Central
Bethany, MO Harrison Central
Tipton, MO Moniteau Central
Windsor, MO Henry, Pettis Central
Knob Noster, MO Johnson Central
Fayette, MO Howard Central
Whiteman AFB, MO Johnson Central
Concordia, MO Lafayette Central
Marceline, MO Linn, Chariton Central
Warsaw, MO Benton Central
Kahoka, MO Clark Central
Milan, MO Sullivan Central
Unionville, MO Putnam Central
Slater, MO Saline Central
Memphis, MO Scotland Central
Gallatin, MO Daviess Central
Albany, MO Gentry Central
Salisbury, MO Chariton Central
Tarkio, MO Atchison County Central
Huntsville, MO Randolph Central
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To buy a 660 area code phone number, join KrispCall and go to Settings > My Number > Add New Number > Select USA > Advanced Filter > Enter 660 and match the first portion of the number > Click Search. Then choose your 660 area code number, make payment & start making & receiving calls once your 660 area code number has been activated.

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660 Area Code History – Where Does a 660 Area Code Originate?

Area code 660 was introduced by NANP (North American Numbering Plan), created from a split of 816 area code in 1997. It is a telephone area code, designed to serve the northern and western parts of Missouri. By the end of 1996, a new area code was necessary for northern Missouri due to the growth of cell phones and market changes brought on by the Telecommunications Act of 1996’s deregulation.

Along with the Missouri Public Service Commission, Southwestern Bell declared a jeopardy situation on April 10, 1997. NANPA (Bellcore) announced an area code split on July 28, 1997, in which Kansas City and St. Joseph would keep their 816 area codes while the rest of the NPA would get the new area code 660.

Area code 660 included the rural eastern and northern parts of the then-current 816 area to minimize the inconvenience to customers in the more densely populated metropolitan areas. 660 area code was first put into service on October 12, 1997, with a period of permissive dialing ending on April 19, 1998.

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