Massachusetts - Area Code 508

Where is Area Code 508?

Area code (508) is in the state of Massachusetts

Massachusetts is a great place to live. It has a diverse population, plenty of educational opportunities, and is a major center of business and industry. Because of this, it is no surprise that there are so many interesting and diverse places to visit in Massachusetts.


The state consists of three counties: Hampshire, Berkshire, and Franklin. The southern part is home to Boston, the state's capitol. Its boundaries are not really defined, since it is a large state. At its widest definition, it covers all of Bristol and Plymouth counties (including the North Shore and the South Coast), all of Norfolk County, some of the towns on Cape Cod, and some of the towns and cities in Worcester County as well.

Most people in the state speak English as their first or second language, which adds a lot to the cultural diversity of Massachusetts, as well as to its American dialect. In addition, most of the immigrants who came to this state were English-speaking, so the culture is still very much English in nature. This is evident by the fact that Massachusetts has one of the largest populations of foreign-born residents in the United States.

Towns and Cities In Massachusetts are spread out evenly across the entire state. Some towns have a larger proportion of ethnic groups, while some are made up of a wide variety of different ethnicities. In general, you will find that towns with larger percentages of people of a certain ethnicity tend to have higher income levels, a higher percentage of college graduates, and higher crime rates. On the other hand, the wealthy and relatively well educated towns tend to be smaller towns. These towns often have less crime than bigger cities, and they tend to be less expensive to live in.

Boston, Massachusetts is arguably the largest city in the state and it is located in the south part of town. Boston is also one of the oldest cities in the United States, so it is important for visitors to know that this is the city they'll get to in the end. Other notable locales in the city include the Boston Common, the Boston Public Library, and the Harvard Square Cemetary. This is the city where the US Constitution was drafted in 1787, and the site of one of the most important events in the history of the nation, the signing of the US Constitution.

A number of festivals and events occur in Massachusetts throughout the year, including festivals for the state's unique culture. These include the St. Patrick's Day and holiday; the New England Mardi Gras celebrations; the state's historic Boston Marathon; and the annual New England Jazz Festival.

Cities in Areacode 508

  • Attleboro
  • Barnstable
  • Brockton
  • Fall River
  • Framingham
  • Franklin
  • Marlborough
  • Milford
  • New Bedford
  • Taunton
  • Worcester

Phone Prefixes in the 508 Areacode

5XX Areacode