Area Code 930
(812 and 930) - (317 and 463)
Area Code 930 History:
Area code 930 in Indiana was put into service as an overlay of area code 812. On October 22, 2014 the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission ordered the implementation of area code 930 to proceed and the start of mandatory 10 digit dialing in area codes 930 and 812 to begin on February 7, 2015. .
Previously, area code 930 in Indiana was scheduled to be placed into service as an overlay of area code 812 on October 6, 2014. On August 6, 2014 the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission delayed the implementation of area code 930 and the start of mandatory ten digit dialing which was originally scheduled for September 06, 2014. Customers were permitted to continue using seven digit dialing to make local calls. .
Ten digit dialing (area code + seven digit number) is necessary in the 812/930 overlay because two different homes in the same geographic area can have the same seven digit phone number but each would have a different area code.
Counties in Indiana within area code 930 include:
Bartholomew County, Brown County, Clark County, Clay County, Crawford County, Daviess County, Dearborn County, Decatur County, Dubois County, Floyd County, Franklin County, Gibson County, Greene County, Harrison County, Jackson County, Jefferson County, Jennings County, Johnson County, Knox County, Lawrence County, Martin County, Monroe County, Ohio County, Orange County, Owen County, Perry County, Pike County, Posey County, Ripley County, Scott County, Shelby County, Spencer County, Sullivan County, Switzerland County, Vanderburgh County, Vigo County, Warrick County, and Washington County.
Major cities or places in Indiana within area code 930 include:
Area code 930 serves southern Indiana including the larger cities of Bloomington, Clarksville, Columbus, Evansville, Jeffersonville, New Albany, and Terre Haute in addition to many smaller communities within the area code 930 service area.