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Should I use at or on before a phone number?
If the phone number is considered something like an address, it seems that we should use at. If the phone number is equivalent to "the phone" or "the line", on would be more appropriate.
Which one is better?
Thanks.
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I agree, working on website with phone numbers in the UK, and it is always problematic for me to find the correct way to spell it - on or at the phone number. For example, on this page i really struggled with this issue. Actually after reading the answers on this page, i can see i got some work to do : )

On that number

Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
please call me at 2675755840 Email Removed Sheila Alston I am getting my. foxed as we speak help !
modern fold 376please call me at 2675755840 Email Removed Sheila Alston I am getting my. foxed as we speak help !

I don't understand any of that, modern fold.

Please call me at (770) 629-9714.

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Please call on my cell phone number (770) 565-1387.

I prefer using ON for numbers and AT for specific locations - since that is one of the main functions of using AT as a preposition.


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Call me at home and we'll have a chat.

Call me 1-800-1234567 to discuss this further

ON - is used for very specific things like numbers and days, so I find this easier.

I maybe wrong, not an expert!