Looking to see who called you from a specific location? This guide will explain how to perform a Colorado reverse phone lookup and explain all area codes and locations from Colorado. If you receive a call with any of the below area codes it is probably coming from Colorado.
Country Code: 1
Area Codes: 4
Population: 5.696 (2018)
How to perform a Colorado reverse phone lookup
The easiest way is to input the number that has called you into a search service that allows for reverse phone searching. These services are quick and cost-effective ways to narrow down a phone number that has called. Not only can you find out the owner of the phone number calling you can then take that name and run a more in-depth name search and find all types of public records. Find criminal, arrest, court records, warrants, contact information, and much more. Performing a Colorado reverse phone lookup is not difficult with the right tools.
Colorado are codes
Denver and Boulder
Denver and Boulder
Northern and western Colorado
Local Calling area codes in Colorado
Did you know that the area codes that are 720 and 303 in Colorado are the largest tool-free calling zones within the western U.S.? There are three exceptions they are Brighton, Roggen, and Wiggins. There are no long-distance charges applied to any calls that are made from one phone to another in the area.
History of area codes in Colorado
The original area codes that were put into service was 303 in 1947 and it was the only area code the state had. It covered the entire state of Colorado. This was the case for over 40 years, despite massive growth to the state. On March 5, 1988, southeastern Colorado which included Pueblo and Colorado Springs became area code 719. On April 2, 1995, Fort Collins, Vail, Grand Junction, Aspen switched to area code 970. On June 1, 1998, 720 was an overlay for area code 303