Friday, July 10, 2009

Leyte ZIP Code Directory

ZIP Codes & Phone Area Code of Leyte, Philippines


Location

ZIP Code

Phone Area Code

Leyte Province

Abuyog

6510

53

Alangalang

6517

53

Albuera

6542

53

Babatngon

6520

53
Barugo 6519 53

Bato

6525

53

Baybay

6521

53

Burauen

6516

53

Calubian

6534

53

Capoocan

6530

53
Carigara 6529 53
Dagami 6515 53
Dulag 6505 53
Hilongos 6524 53
Hindang 6523 53
Inopacan 6522 53
Isabel 6539 53
Jaro 6527 53
Javier 6511 53
Julita 6506 53
Kananga 6531 53
La Paz 6508 53
Leyte 6533 53
Macarthur 6509 53
Mahaplag 6512 53
Matag-Ob 6532 53
Matalom 6526 53
Mayorga 6507 53
Merida 6540 53
Ormoc City 6541 53
Palo 6501 53
Palumpon 6538 53
Pastrana 6514 53
San Isidro 6535 53
San Miguel 6518 53
Santa Fe 6513 53
Tabango 6536 53
Tabontabon 6504 53
Tacloban City 6500 53
Tanauan 6502 53

Tolosa

6503

53

Tunga

6528

53
Villaba 6537 53

Southern Leyte

Anahawan 6610 53
Bomtoc 6604 53
Hinunangan 6608 53
Hinundayan 6609 53
Libagon 6615 53
Liloan 6612 53
Maasin 6600 53
Macrohon 6601 53
Malitbog 6603 53
Padre Burgos 6602 53
Pintuyan 6614 53
San Francisco 6613 53
San Juan (Cabalian) 6611 53
San Ricardo 6617 53
Silago 6607 53
Sogod 6606 53
St. Bernard 6616 53
Tomas Oppus 6605 53

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The term ZIP is an acronym for "Zone Improvement Plan". The ZIP Code was first used by the United States Postal Service and was later adopted by the Philippines. The difference between the U.S. and the Philippine ZIP Code is that the U.S. ZIP Code uses five (5) digits (and sometimes with an additional four digits for a more accurate delivery of mail) while the Philippine Postal Corporation uses only a four digit ZIP Code. "ZIP" is always spelled in capital letters.

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