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What country is country code “00111”

Question: I am trying to dial to country code “00111”. What country is this? The phone number I have is ‘00111 213 272 xxxx’.

Answer: It looks like the country code you’re trying to call is the United States. The phone number you see is as if the call is dialed from Australia.

‘0011’ is the international exit code to dial the international switchboard from Australia.

‘1’ is the country code for the United States, Canada, as well as most of the Caribbean and U.S. Territories (including those in the Pacific).

‘213’ is the area code for Los Angeles.

The last seven digits of the phone number ‘272 xxxx’ appear to be in the standard format for American phone numbers.

To dial this phone number from the U.S. or Canada, eliminate the leading ‘0011’ (as you are not dialing the international switchboard). Keep the leading ‘1’ as well as the area code (213) and phone number (272 xxxx) in the dialing sequence.

To dial this phone number from Australia, dial it as it is listed. ‘0011’ is the exit code to reach the international switchboard. ‘1’ is the country code for the United States. ‘213 272 xxxx’ is the phone number within the United States.

To dial this phone number from New Zealand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, China, or most of Europe (including the U.K., France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and the Netherlands) replace the leading ‘0011’ with ’00’. The rest of the phone number (‘1 213 272 xxxx’) stays the same.

What country is country code “011-44”

Question: I am calling a country with the country code “011-44”. What country is this? The phone number I have been given is “011-44-20-7486-xxxx.

“011-44” looks like it’s intended for a call to the United Kingdom, most likely from the United States or Canada.

“011” is the international exit code from the U.S. or Canada. This is the number dialed to reach the international switchboard.

“44” is the country code of the U.K. When this number is dialed from the international switchboard, it will connect the caller to the U.K. switchboard.

The remainder of the phone number “20-7486-xxxx” is consistent with the British numbering pattern. The leading ’20’ designates a phone number in the London area.

If this number was dialed from elsewhere in the U.K., the ‘011’ and ’44’ would be removed and replaced with a ‘0’. The exit code and country code are not needed when calling within the U.K., however the trunk prefix ‘0’ is needed.

This number should connect if called from the United States or Canada. Only dial the leading ‘011’ once when calling from these countries as ‘011’ is the exit code (and not the country code).

If this number was dialed from most of Europe, especially France, Germany, Spain, and Italy, as well as China or India, the leading ‘011’ would be replaced with ’00’.

If this number was dialed from Australia, the leading ‘011’ would be replaced with ‘0011’.

If this number was dialed from Japan, the leading ‘011’ would be replace with ‘010’.

If this number was dialed form Russia or many of the former countries of the U.S.S.R., the leading ‘011’ would be replaced with ‘8 – wait for the dial tone – 10’.

What country code is “001”?

Question: I am calling a country with the country code “001” – what country is it? The phone number I was given is ’00-1-212-873-xxxx’. How do I dial this number?

The structure of the phone number appears to be for the United States, specifically a New York phone number.

’00’ is an international exit code used by many countries in Europe and Asia. It is the code used to access the international switchboard.

‘1’ is the international country code for the United States and Canada.

‘212’ appears to be the area code for New York. The structure of the remaining numbers (seven remaining numbers, grouped into three and four) confirm that this is likely an American number.

If this number was dialed from the United Kingdom, France, India, China, or any country with the ’00’ exit code, it would work.

To dial this number from Canada or elsewhere in the United States, eliminate the ’00’ from the call sequence. The leading ‘1’ can be used within the North American Numbering Plan to call within Canada, the United States, most of the Caribbean, and U.S. territories (including those in the Pacific).

To dial this number from Australia, replace the ’00’ with Australia’s exit code of ‘0011’.

To dial this number from Japan, replace the ’00’ with Japan’s exit code of ‘010’.

To dial this number from Russia and many of the countries of the former U.S.S.R., replace the ’00’ with dialing ‘8’, wait for the dial tone, then dial ’10’.

For a list of international exit codes, we keep a list of all countries.

What country is country code “0033”?

Question: I am calling a country with country with country code “0033” – I do not recognize this number – what country is it? The phone number I was given is is “0033 1 51 66 xx xx”.

Answer: The number you are trying to call looks like France. The phone number is likely in Paris.

“00” is an international exit code (the number used access the international switchboard) for most European countries. If ’00’ is dialed from a country that does not use that as its exit code (the U.S. and Canada use ‘011’, Australia uses ‘0011’, Japan uses ‘010’, many countries of the former U.S.S.R use ‘8’ – wait for the dial tone – ’10’), the call will not work.

“33” is the country code for France. It is the number that is dialed to reach France from the international switchboard.

The remainder of the number appears to be the format for a French phone number. The ‘1’ signifies the area code for Paris within the French numbering system. The remainder of the phone number is sepearated into eight numbers (two blocks of four digits).

See our “how to call France” page for details on how to call France from anywhere in the world.

 

 

Dialing from a (US) cellular phone to Sweden

Question: Hello, I am looking to dial from my cellular phone in the United States to Swedish number 04090xxxx how do I dial this number?

Answer: Thank you for your question.

To dial from an American mobile to Sweden first dial the international exit code for the US (‘011′), then add the Swedish country code (’46’), then remove the leading ‘0’, then dial the rest of the phone number.

011464090xxxx
American exit codeSwedish country codearea code for Malmölocal phone number

When calling from a mobile, you can also dial “+” instead of the international exit code “011” – it helps to save numbers in your phone this way as if you are travelling in different countries the phone will automatically adjust the exit code to the location you are currently roaming in.

What country code is 0064?

Question: Hello, I am trying to dial a phone number listed as 0064 4 39x xxxx. The call is not connecting. I am dialing from Australia. Can you please help?

Answer: Thank you for your question.

It looks like you are trying to call New Zealand (country code 64).

’00’ is commonly used as an international exit code for many European and Asian countries, as well as New Zealand. The exit code you dial depends on the country you are calling from.

To dial this number from Australia, replace the ’00’ with ‘0011’ (Australia’s exit code).

The dialing sequence should be:

001164439x xxxx
Australian exit codeNew Zealand country codearea code for Wellingtonlocal subscriber number

If this call was dialed from the United States or Canada, the exit code would be ‘011’.

01164439x xxxx
American exit codeNew Zealand country codearea code for Wellingtonlocal subscriber number

If this call was dialed from Japan, the exit code would be ‘010’.

01064439x xxxx
Japanese exit codeNew Zealand country codearea code for Wellingtonlocal subscriber number

If this call was dialed from most of the European or Asian countries (including the UK, France, Germany, India, and China) the exit code would be ’00’ (as listed in your current number)

0064439x xxxx
British exit codeNew Zealand country codearea code for Wellingtonlocal subscriber number

How to call from a French mobile to a French mobile while both in Germany

Question: My husband and I are travelling in Germany and we both have mobiles based in Paris, France. How can we dial each other’s mobile? and what will the costs be?

Answer: To dial a French mobile (while the user is in Germany) from a French mobile (while the user is in Germany) the call sequence will be the same as calling a French mobile from Germany.

00336 or 7seven numbers
German international exit codecountry code for Francearea code for mobile phonesmobile subscriber number

The cost incurred to the user placing the call will be the same as dialing an international roaming call from Germany to France.

The cost incurred to the user receiving the call will be the same as receiving a call while roaming in Germany.

See individual carriers for current rates.

How do I call from India to Dallas?

Question: I am attempting to call Dallas phone number 214 521 5XXX from India. How do I dial this phone number?

Answer: To dial from India to Dallas, Texas, United States, you will need to dial:

001214521 5XXX
India's exit codeUSA country codeDallas area codelocal phone number

First: ’00’ – dial to an international location from India by dialing the exit code.

Next: ‘1’ – dial the country code for the United States. ‘1’ is the code shared with Canada as well as other countries in the Caribbean.

Next: ‘214’ – dial the area code for Dallas. Dallas phone numbers also have area codes “469” and “972”.

Last: ‘521 5XXX’ – this is the local phone number within area code “214”.

How to dial a call from New Zealand to Singapore?

Question: I am attempting to dial Singapore phone number 6808 7XXX from New Zealand. I am dialing “0011 65 6808 7XXX” as instructed by the people I’m calling but the call is not completing.

Answer: You need to replace “0011” with “00” in the call sequence. That call sequence looks like the one that would be used when calling from Australia.

The call sequence should be:

00656808 7XXX
exit code from New Zealandcountry code for Singaporelocal phone number in Singapore

“0011” is the exit code for Australia. “00” is the exit code for New Zealand.

The exit code is the number needed to dial an international number from the country you’re calling from.

What is the mobile phone code for Canada?

Question: I can not find details on what the mobile phone code is for Canada – I only see details about area codes. Do you know what it is?

Answer: Canada does not use mobile phone codes – mobile phone numbers are intermixed with the regular landline phone system.

Some countries have an “area code” or “regional code” dedicated to mobile phone numbers. For example, in the Australian phone system, Sydney is part of area code “02”, Melbourne is part of area code “03” and mobile phone numbers are part of area code “04”.

In the French phone system, Paris numbers being with ’01’, southeastern France numbers being with “04”, and mobile phone numbers being with “06” or “07”.

In Canada (as well as the United States), there are only area codes – for example Montréal has area codes “438”, “450”, “514”, and “579”. All types of phone numbers (landline, mobile, VoIP, etc.) are present within these area codes. Calgary has area codes “403” and “587” – local landline, mobile, and VoIP phone numbers are all present in these area codes as well.

There is no additional cost when calling to a Canadian mobile phone number (the person receiving the call may have extra phone costs based on time of day or whether they are roaming).