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What is country code ‘01133’?

Question: What is country code 01133? I am attempting to call the phone number 01133 1 55 30 xx xx.

Answer: 01133 is the country code for France when dialed from the United States or Canada.

‘011’ is the exit code to call from the U.S. or Canada to the international switchboard. If calling from a different country, this code is different.

’33’ is the country code for France.

To call this number from within France, dial 01 55 30 xx xx. Do not dial the leading ‘011’ or the country code ’33’. Add a leading ‘0’ (trunk prefix) to the number. If calling within Paris from another landline phone, dial 55 30 xx xx (do not include the trunk prefix ‘0’ or the area code ‘1’).

To call this number from the United States or Canada dial ‘011-33-1-55-30-xx-xx’. Do not include any leading ‘0’ (sometimes listed as ’01’ in the phone number).

To call this number from the United Kingdom, Germany, the NetherlandsSpain, Italy, India, or many of the countries with exit code ’00’, dial ’00-33-1-55-30-xx-xx’. These countries use exit code ’00’ instead of ‘011’. Do not include any leading ‘0’ (sometimes listed as ’01’ in the phone number).

To call this number from Australia dial ‘0011-33-1-55-30-xx-xx’. Do not include any leading ‘0’ (sometimes listed as ’01’ in the phone number).

For more detail see our page on how to call France.

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