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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.
Some international plans let you dial out the international number without having to dial 011 in the beginning. It seems from your records that you have copied, that you were not dialing 011 at all once you made successful calls.
Its better to call your service provider for further guidance to check if they let you dial the number without dialing 011 or not.
Thanks.. 🙂March 6, 2012 at 1:07 am in reply to: Please help! Daughter is studying abroad in South Korea #2407
Reason why people they can’t call her is because her number is International for them. It’s like calling America from South Korea for them. She should probably get a local SIM from there as well so that locals can call her there on her phone on that number.
But to call her local SIM if she decides to get one you will have to dial differently.
Wow, I just noticed Admin’s reply on Steve’s first post. lol. Must have missed it. Thanks, Dan.
I’m not exactly sure bout the rates. But what you just mentioned sounds like an expensive plan. It would probably be better to get cheap SIM cards from U.K once you guys get there.
You can actually make a search for U.K based prepaid SIM cards and get an idea what you might have to pay.
You can call AT&T for furthur clarification regarding the rates.
Looks like a cell phone number in Nigeria.
You can try nigerianyellowpages.com to see if you can get more information regarding that number.
Link above no longer working.
Is she going to have a U.S based cell phone with international roaming? In that case you have to dial her number normally just like you dial when you are in U.S.
You should dial the number starting with 011 if you’re dialing from U.S. This seems to be a cell phone number, not sure if this is a hotel line.
You have to dial the exit code for your cell phone network. I’m not sure about that software you’re using so not sure what exit code you will have to put on it.
But normally for Israel, you have to dial International Exit Code and it is different for each Israel carrier: 00 (Kod Gisha), 012 (Smile Tikshoret), 013 (NetVision), 014 (Bezeq), 018 (Xfone).
After the International Code, dial, 44 and then the cell phone number starting with 7. You have to drop the first and leading 0 in the start of the number.
You can use this page for details for Egypt, https://www.howtocallabroad.com/egypt/ basically you have to place your number in this format for calls/sms to a cell phone: 011 + 20 + 1? ??? ???? in Egypt.
For Pakistan you can use this page https://www.howtocallabroad.com/pakistan/ , and here’s the format for calls/sms to a cell phone: 011 + 92 + 3? ???? ???? in Pakistan.
Good luck. 🙂
011 is actually the International Dialing Code. 61 is the country code for Australia. If you’re trying to find a friend in Australia you can use the links for Australian directories that are listed on this page, https://www.howtocallabroad.com/australia/.
You can dial 001 + 54 + 9 + area code + number
Check this page to find the area code. 🙂
Does not seem to be the actual number where he’s calling from. The call could be routed through different services.
Have you tried calling your phone company maybe they would have a better idea.
Use this page for instructions. https://www.howtocallabroad.com/results.php?callfrom=australia&callto=united_states
Use this page to find the correct dialing codes. https://www.howtocallabroad.com/results.php?callfrom=norway&callto=united_kingdom
You can look up how to dial using that page. Check which type of numbers you’re dialing by using the drop down menu.October 7, 2011 at 8:05 pm in reply to: how to call by mobile phone from india to a mobile phone of germany #2263
You’ll be dialing this format for calls to a cell phone: 00 + 49 + 1?? ???? ???(?) from India to Germany.