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408 Area Code (California) Toll Free? Scam? Who's Calling?

The 408 area code is a three-digit area code that contains 22 unique phone numbers. It serves the state of California.

  • State

    California, CA

  • Major City

    San Jose

  • Timezone

    Pacific

  • Current Time

    2023-02-04 20:44:57

Phone Numbers That Start with 408

  • Phone Number
  • Caller Type
  • Comment
  • (408) 256-0700
    Suspected Spam Caller Came Up On My Phone
    they call and leave no message.
  • (408) 256-7143
    Pge
    I don't know what they benefitted by this scam call. Waste of time for both. They are very rude in nature sometime and argue with us.
  • (408) 307-5049
    Randolph Rothenberger Of Carmichael Scammer
    His name is Randolph rothenberger he's a scammer
  • (408) 401-9522
    Scammer
    Calls, never leaves a message. Takes up the whole message time on my phone and all you hear is radio background music.
  • (408) 418-9388
    Collection Agency
    It said to press "one" to speak with a live person. When the person came on the line and asked if I wanted a lower rate on my credit card and I said, "No. I want to know how you got my number and want you to stop calling me," he hung up on me mid sentence. Seriously, Can't you do ANYTHING to these people? I get calls like this EVERY day.
  • (408) 457-9381
    IDC Technologies
    Seems to be a BS recruiting call. Fraudulent. I recently signed up on some legit job websites. And this is what I get ...
  • (408) 462-6294
    Scammer/Fraudster
    This is a home health agency and it is very important to keep our phone lines open and available for emergencies.
  • (408) 509-3934
    Text/SMS
    Sexting and flirting with young girls
  • (408) 516-5141
    Snjs West Ca
    This number keeps calling me repeatedly!!
  • (408) 524-9200
    Exl
    Wanting to process our GL Audit.
  • (408) 526-4000
    Prank Caller
    Received blank calls four times from this number
  • (408) 549-9955
    Scammer/Fraudster
    He did not listen and continued to shout at me that he was sending me this product.
  • (408) 556-4000
    Scammer/Fraudster
    I received a missed call from this number a moment ago, i am in Dublin Ireland. They also seem to have left a voicemail, which i've since deleted. I'm going to block this number, definitely a fraudster.
  • (408) 610-2187
    Unknown
    Said to call back before legal action is taken! Scam, fraudulent, scammer!!
  • (408) 610-4900
    Scammer/Fraudster
    Trying to use 2FA, clicked on little iPhone icon on two factor (icon without message rates apply), received automated message - 576 goodbye from yahoo. Hacked email, hacked social media - don't know how they ported my phone number, but had to change EVERYTHING online. Government should do something about this.
  • (408) 610-7144
    Morgan From Lexington Law Office
    This company is consistency calling all hours, starting early in the morning and through out the day. If I wanted their service I would call them. This is harassing and unwarranted... Please have them discontinue with their harassing calls
  • (408) 662-4732
    Jim Rodriguez
    Said he was in charge of Powerball winnings and I had to text him my personal info. Funny thing I dont gamble. In drug recovery gambling is considered an addiction.
  • (408) 695-7967
    Survey
    At that point I realized it was a scam and started asking pointed questions and caller disconnected.
  • (408) 792-6300
    Duke Energy
    telemarketer
  • (408) 824-9286
    Snjs North Ca
    Number showed as 1-669-306-6948

Major Counties Served by 408 Area Code

  • County
  • Total Population
  • % of 408
  • % of County
  • Santa Clara
    1,781,642
    96%
    80%
  • Santa Cruz
    262,382
    4%
    7%

Major Cities Served by 408 Area Code

  • City
  • Total Population
  • % of 408
  • % of City
  • San Jose
    945,942
    17%
    100%
  • Sunnyvale
    140,081
    2%
    98%
  • Santa Clara
    116,468
    2%
    100%
  • Milpitas
    66,790
    1%
    100%
  • Cupertino
    58,302
    1%
    95%
  • Gilroy
    48,821
    1%
    100%
  • Campbell
    39,349
    1%
    100%
  • Morgan Hill
    37,882
    1%
    100%
  • Saratoga
    29,926
    1%
    100%
  • Los Gatos
    29,413
    1%
    100%
  • Alum Rock
    15,536
    0%
    100%
  • East Foothills
    8,269
    0%
    100%
  • San Martin
    7,027
    1%
    100%
  • Palo Alto
    64,403
    0%
    9%
  • Burbank
    4,926
    0%
    100%
  • Monte Sereno
    3,341
    0%
    100%
  • Cambrian Park
    3,282
    0%
    100%
  • Lexington Hills
    2,421
    0%
    100%
  • Fruitdale
    935
    0%
    100%

Popular Phone Carriers

  • Landline

    Prefixes
    Carrier
    • 42%
      Pacific Bell
    • 3%
      Pac - West Telecomm
    • 2%
      Xo
    • 2%
      Bandwidthcom Clec
    • 2%
      Teleport Group - San Francisco
    • 2%
      Level 3
    • 2%
      Brooks Fiber
    • 16%
      Other
  • Wireless

    Prefixes
    Carrier
    • 9%
      Cingular
    • 7%
      Verizon Wireless
    • 5%
      Sprint
    • 4%
      Usa Mobility Wireless
    • 2%
      T-mobile
    • 1%
      American Messaging Services
    • 1%
      American Messaging (am)
    • 2%
      Other

Statistics for Phone Prefixes in 408 Area Code

From these two pie charts, you can see the percentage of phone prefixes that have been assigned and the types of their usage.

Assigned

Usage

What is Area Code 408 and Where is It Coming From?

Area code 408 is a California area code that covers the southern San Francisco Bay Area. It was created on July 1, 1998, as a split from area code 415. Area code 408 is overlaid by area code 669.

What Time Zone Is Area Code 408?

The 408 area code is located in the Mountain Time Zone. This means that the time in this area is the same as the time in Denver, Colorado.

Are Calls from Area Code 408 a Scam?

Are calls from area code 408 a scam? That’s a question that a lot of people have been asking lately. And it’s a good question, too. After all, area code 408 is in the heart of Silicon Valley. It’s home to a lot of tech companies, including Apple, Google, and Facebook. So it’s a natural place for scammers to try and target people.But is it really a scam? Well, the answer to that question isn’t so clear-cut. There are definitely a lot of scams that originate from area code 408. But there are also a lot of legitimate businesses located in that area code. So it’s hard to say for sure whether or not all calls from that area code are scams.

However, there are a few things that you can do to protect yourself from scammers who are calling from area code 408. First of all, you can always hang up if you don’t recognize the number. And you can also start using a call blocker to help protect yourself from telemarketers and other scammers.

If you’re really worried about getting scammed, you may also want to consider changing your phone number. That may seem like a drastic step, but it’s something that a lot of people have been doing lately in order to protect themselves from telemarketers and other scammers.

At the end of the day, it’s up to you to decide whether or not you want to answer calls from area code 408. But just be aware of the risks that are involved, and take the appropriate precautions to protect yourself.

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