I would suggest that, according to ISO standard, North American numbers
shall be written
+1 XXX XXXXXXX
depending on whether seven- or ten-figure dialling is used locally.
"Hohberger, Clive P." skreiv:
> > Your company would write
> > +1 715 362-9586
> > The purpose of the + is to remind you to enter at this point the
> > escape sequence that lifts you onto the international level.
> Not quite. Modern American business usage also gets rid of the
> dashes by using
> only spaces. Parentheses and dashes are only uses in the US national
> without the "1" prefix, (715) 362-9586.
> We are moving towards two international forms in US business usage:
> +1 715 362 9586 European
> +1.715.362.9586 pseudo-Internet
> Clive Hohberger
> Zebra Technologies
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