0113 numbers

Leeds area code

0113 is the area code for Leeds and the surrounding area in the UK.

Locations using 0113 numbers include:

  • Adel
  • Armley
  • Arthington
  • Barwick-in-Elmet
  • Chapeltown
  • Crossgates
  • Drighlington
  • Garforth
  • Harehills
  • Harewood
  • Headingley
  • Horsforth
  • Hunslet
  • Leeds
  • Moortown
  • Morley
  • Pudsey
  • Rawdon
  • Rothwell
  • Seacroft
  • Thorner

Most 0113 numbers are for normal Leeds area landlines but be aware that, as is the case for all UK area codes, such numbers may also be used for services without any physical link to the area. (More info)

0113 number call costs

0113 numbers are normal, landline numbers charged at standard rates.

» Typical landline call charges

Formatting an 0113 number

0113 numbers should be displayed in the format 0113 xxx xxxx or (0113) xxx xxxx, with the first space always placed between '0113' and the seven-digit local number.

For international callers, use: +44 113 xxx xxxx.

01132, 01133, 01134 and 01138 numbers should all be written as above; formats such as '01132  xxxxxx' are incorrect. [Why?]

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All numbers beginning 0113 are part of the Leeds 0113 area code. This includes all 01132 numbers, 01133 numbers, 01134 numbers and 01138 numbers.

The 0113 area code has existed since April 1995, when it replaced the previous Leeds 0532 area code. The recent history of the Leeds area code is as follows:

1994The area code for Leeds is 0532 with 6-digit local numbers.
1995Code becomes 0113, with local numbers lengthened to 7 digits by prefixing with '2'.
Example: (0532) 224444 becomes (0113) 222 4444.
1997Local numbers beginning with 3 introduced.
2006Local numbers beginning with 8 introduced.
2010Local numbers beginning with 4 introduced.
Map of 0113 Leeds area code