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Mandatory 10-Digit Dialing for 352 Area Code

SCREEN GRAB: Example of ATT Phone-set Impacted by Calling Change

Beginning October 24, local calls for the 352 area code placed from some phones will require 10 digit calling (area code + phone number). This change is due to the implementation of 988 as a nationwide number to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which goes live on July 16, 2022. This new dialing procedure affects calls made from AT&T landlines within the UF Gainesville campus, but does not affect UF VoIP Cisco telephones. University employees can also continue to use five-digit dialing (i.e., the last number of the prefix plus the last four digits of the number) for calls made within the UF system.

Have questions about how this change impacts your work (and home) phone lines? Check the FAQ page. This new page includes what to expect when sending or receiving faxes in your department, as well as how to identify which phone your department is currently using.

UFIT provides telecommunications services for the University of Florida. Anyone with questions about their campus phone service may contact the UF Computing Help Desk by calling 352-392-HELP/4357, visiting 132 HUB, or submitting a service ticket to https://my.it.ufl.edu/.