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Calling Iraq cell from South Korea

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  • Started 9 years ago by bettyrubble
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  1. bettyrubble
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    I am in South Korea trying to reach someone in Iraq (cell to cell). I am using a calling card on my cell phone, and dialing 001+964+780+ ??? ????. I haven't been able to get through. Any suggestions?

    Posted 9 years ago #
  2. admin
    Key Master

    Hello,

    The only possible dialing error could be in the exit code you've been dialing (001). According to my sources South Korea has 2 such exit codes, the second being 002. I believe this depends on the carrier used to dial out. Try using 002 to see what happens. Or you can replace the exit code (whatever it is) with the plus (+) sign when calling from a cell. With many phones you achieve this by pressing * twice. Some may work in a different way.

    If this still doesn't work there could be a problem with the calling card you are using or your cell may be blocked for placing international calls. You can try using a different line/way to place this call.

    If you still have questions please reply to this post.

    Dan

    Posted 9 years ago #

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