Forums Questions answered United States to UK

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  • #263
    ronb
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    When a call is made, some numbers have the plus (+) sign in them. Are these used as a number sequence or just a notation to include the number?
    thanks

    #1643
    admin
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    Hello,

    The plus sign replaces the exit code (011 for US and Canada) when dialing from a cell phone. In other words this is an alternative to dialing 011. So for UK when calling from the US and using a cell phone to dial you either enter 011 44 or +44, never both.

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