Nova Scotia is presently utilizing two region codes. Nova Scotia is utilizing a region code overlay plan which comprises of territory code 782 as an overlay of region code 902. Zone codes 902 and 782 cover the whole area of Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island both utilize region codes 902 and 782.
At the point when territory code 902 was set up in 1947 it served the three territories of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Newfoundland and Labrador were included 1949 when they joined Canada. In 1955 zone code 902 was part to shape territory code 506 which was relegated to New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador. Zone code 902 at that point served Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island solely.
Changes and History of Nova Scotia Area Codes:
Region code 902 was put into benefit.
Region code 902 was part to frame territory code 506.
Territory code 782 was put into benefit as an overlay of zone code 902. Successful November 16, 2014 ten digit dialing (territory code + seven digit number) is required in Nova Scotia.