Mobile phone numbers begin with 04, followed by eight digits. e.g. 04yy yxx xxx. The y-digit codes are allocated per network, although with the introduction of number portability, there is no longer a fixed relationship between the mobile phone number and the network it uses. New numbers are still allocated to phone companies in blocks, so a new number will generally still be on its "home" network.
Within Australia, mobile numbers must always be dialed with all 10 digits, no matter where they are being called from. 04 is a prefix, not an "area code", as such.
|General Details about Prefix 0410-515|
|Time Zone||UTC+08:00 - UTC+10:00|
|Phone Number Ranges|
|0410-291-189||reported as Safe||by 1.132.105.*||6days ago|
|0410-170-583||reported as Safe||by 1.132.106.*||31days ago|
|0410-262-345||reported as Unsafe||by 220.245.138.*||41days ago|
|0410-262-345||reported as Unsafe||by 111.220.75.*||46days ago|
|0410-456-761||reported as Safe||by 127.0.0.*||56days ago|
|0410-314-112||reported as Unsafe||by 120.18.15.*||94days ago|
|0410-750-809||reported as Unsafe||by 196.52.60.*||102days ago|
|0410-375-100||reported as Unsafe||by 1.136.111.*||122days ago|
|0410-976-884||reported as Unsafe||by 121.45.72.*||148days ago|
|0410-049-490||reported as Safe||by 167.179.146.*||159days ago|