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Call Cambodia from Qatar

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  1. foster

    I have a 9 digit cell phone # (077 477 ???) in Cambodia to call from Qatar. The first digit is 0, so I know this is a trunk # and don't use it when I dial. That leaves me with 8 digits and instructions seem to leave room for only 7 digits, after a 2 digit cell code #. Another thing is although there are only two cell phone code starter digits ( 1x and 9x), I can't sem to find the second digit for cell code for calls originating abroad.

    Any ideas? Thanks for listening.

    Posted 7 years ago #
  2. admin
    Key Master

    OK. First of all, we provide these starting digits for cellular numbers so our visitors can differentiate between a cell and a landline phone...but, it would make no sense for someone to provide you with an incomplete cell number. In other words, the number you have should include the first two digits (or 2 digit cell code as you call it). You have the correct number of digits (8 without the starting zero) which is how Cambodian mobile numbers are formatted. However, I am not aware of cell numbers in this country starting with 77. I'm not saying they don't exist - sometimes newly introduced calling codes take awhile to be announced to the international public. So, if this is a Cambodian cell you would dial 00 855 77 477 ???.

    There is another possibility I am seeing here: isn't this actually a Qatar mobile phone traveling to Cambodia? If this is the case, than you don't need to add any international calling codes to it.

    I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any further questions.

    Posted 7 years ago #
  3. foster

    I just got through. It is a Qatar mobile in Qatar calling Cambodia mobile phone. Just drop the front zero.

    Posted 7 years ago #

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