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Making calls internationally
There is a set method for making overseas telephone calls. In order for a call to leave the nation, the caller must first enter a code known as an exit code. To make an international call, you must first dial the country code. A typical long-distance call may be made from that location.
For international calls destined for North America, the exit code of 00 must be dialed before any other numbers. Then, dial the appropriate country code (1 for the United States).
People in that nation will dial the other party’s long-distance number 1 first. First, the caller dials 1 to notify the carriers that they are calling from that nation, followed by the number they want to reach. The regular phone number will be utilized again after midnight.
To reach a person at the North American number (123) 456) 7890 from outside the country, the international dialing code is +44 (0). To reach the desired location in this nation, dial 00 (exit code), 1 (country code), 123 (regional area code), and 456 7890. Numbers to Dial When Calling Abroad
Below is a list of exit codes for international calls, with the number dialed, followed by the area you are calling
- 00: European Union nations, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Argentina, Bahamas, Chad, Chile, China, Egypt, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, Uruguay, Ukraine, Vietnam
- 000: Uganda
- 001: Hong Kong, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia
- 0011: Australia
- 002: Paraguay, Taiwan
- 009: Columbia, Nigeria
- 010: Japan
- 011: North America
- 0021: Brazil
- 810: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan
|Cayman Islands||1 345|
|Dominican Republic||1 809, 1 829, 1 849|