What?

A PIC or CIC code is a 4-digit prefix that identifies a long distance carrier in North America or the Caribbean to a LEC. The LEC uses the code to properly route the call.

Why?

Many PIC and CIC codes can be manually dialed before placing a long distance call by dialing 101 followed by the PIC/CIC code. This forces your call to be carried by that PIC/CIC code's carrier instead of your normal long distance carrier.









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The New Brunswick Telephone Company, Limited

PIC/CIC

6449

ACNA

NBR

Assignment Date

April 30, 1998

Contact

Peter Jamieson

Phone

902-487-2525

Address

5788 North Street
Halifax, NS B3K 1N7
CANADA