I've checked the country and exit codes, but am still a little confused about using the plus signs. Please help. Many thanks.
Cell calls from Ireland and Scotland to US(3 posts)
Once you're using the exit codes for example 00 and then 44 you don't need to dial the + sign in between.
Simply dial 0044 then the required number.
Yes, you don't actually dial the plus signs we use in our dialing instructions. For a US call from Ireland you would actually dial: 00 1 ??? ??? ????. However, when you see a US number in the format +1 ??? ??? ???? you can actually dial the plus (when using a cell phone to call), or you can replace the plus sign with your country's exit code (00 for Ireland and the UK). Below is a page where you can find more info on how the plus sign is used:
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