Calling to an international location from the Australian Antarctic Territory follows the basic international call sequence of:
|0011||one to three digit number||remaining numbers|
|Australian Antarctic Territory exit code||destination country code||local phone number|
First: Dial ‘0011’: The international switchboard is reached from the Australian Antarctic Territory by dialing exit code ‘0011’.
Next: Dial the country code of the country being phoned: Country codes are 1 to 3 digits.
Next: Dial the destination local phone number: Local phone numbers vary in length depending on the country being called.
Call sequence to all countries of the world
For specific calling instructions for each country, see the specific country’s calling page.[listfromcodes country=”australian-antarctic-territory”]