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Telephone Country Codes

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The telephone Country Code is the national prefix to be used when dialing TO that particular country FROM another country. It is often written in the following format, +1 for the United States, +44 for the United Kingdom. If you are unsure of the telephone country code for your country, please click the following link;

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National Direct Dialing (NDD)

Please enter the local number as you would dial it from within the country, including the NDD prefix in brackets.
The NDD prefix is the access code used to make a call WITHIN a country from one city to another (when calling another city in the same vicinity, this may not be necessary). The NDD Prefix is followed by the city/area code for the place you are calling. Phone numbers are often written in the following format: +44 (0)1628 123456. This expresses the numbers used for both international and national long-distance calls. In the example, +44 indicates the Country Code, while (0) indicates the NDD Prefix. When dialing from outside the country, the NDD Prefix would not be used after dialing the Country Code; when dialing from within that country, the NDD Prefix would be used, but the country code would not.

International Direct Dialing(IDD)

The IDD prefix is the international prefix needed when dialing FROM a particular country TO another country. This is followed by the Country Code for the country you are calling (see above). The IDD situation in many countries is regularly changing. Some countries have multiple IDDs, with each one used by a different long-distance carrier.

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Telephone Country Codes

Please enter the telephone Country Code without the + sign.
The telephone Country Code is the national prefix to be used when dialing TO that particular country FROM another country. It is often written in the following format, +1 for the United States, +44 for the United Kingdom. If you are unsure of the telephone country code for your country, please click the following link;

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National Direct Dialing (NDD)

Please enter the local number as you would dial it from within the country, including the NDD prefix in brackets.
The NDD prefix is the access code used to make a call WITHIN a country from one city to another (when calling another city in the same vicinity, this may not be necessary). The NDD Prefix is followed by the city/area code for the place you are calling. Phone numbers are often written in the following format: +44 (0)1628 123456. This expresses the numbers used for both international and national long-distance calls. In the example, +44 indicates the Country Code, while (0) indicates the NDD Prefix. When dialing from outside the country, the NDD Prefix would not be used after dialing the Country Code; when dialing from within that country, the NDD Prefix would be used, but the country code would not.

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