On a telephone, why does ABC start on the number 2 and not 1?

Reason

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In the early days the number 1 was reserved for long distance calls and 0 was reserved for the telephone operator. And so these two numbers could not be at the start of your number.

So whenever they distributed the numbers or planned on in-scripting letters on the phone, number 1 and 0 were out of question.

The Most Logical

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This looks the be one of the most logical reason for this question. On various platforms on the Internet, people have used this reasoning to answer the above question.



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