What is the UK postcode format?

What is the UK postcode format?

It consists of a numeric character followed by two alphabetic characters. The numeric character identifies the sector within the postal district. The alphabetic characters then define one or more properties within the sector. For example: PO1 3AX PO refers to the postcode area of Portsmouth.

Where is the postal code on a UK address?

Unlike an American address, where the town, state and ZIP code appear on the same line, the town and postcode is written on separate lines for a UK address. On the line after the street name, you need to write the town or city, followed by the postcode on the next line.

Why does it say my postcode is invalid?

You will see this error when the zip or postal code of your address does not match your purchasing card. Simply review what the postal or zip code of your purchasing card is, and re-enter the correct information to proceed.

How many digits is a UK postcode?

The UK postcode consists of five to seven alphanumeric characters which was created by Royal Mail. A full postcode designates an area with multiple addresses or a single delivery point.

How do you write UK numbers?

The UK mobile phone number ‘07911 123456’ in international format is ‘+44 7911 123456’, so without the first zero….To use the previous example:

  1. Country code: +44.
  2. National destination code: 7911.
  3. Subscriber number: 123456.
  4. The result: +447911123456.

What is London postcode number?

postal codes

Place Code
-33.025/27.908
7 East London 5208
-33.033/27.917
8 East London 5211

How do you space a UK number?

London code:

  1. 02072458791 – no spaces.
  2. 02072 458971 – space after 5 digits.
  3. 020 7245 8971 – space between 3 and 7 digits (OFCOM recommended)
  4. 0207 2458 971 – space between 4 and 7 digits.

How many digits is a UK number?

Most numbers have exactly ten digits after the initial 0 trunk code, but some areas have only nine digits. Longer local numbers have shorter area codes. The 0 trunk code is omitted when dialling the UK from abroad. The variable total number length and variable area code length confuses a lot of people.