Quick Answer: Do I Need A Country Code To Call A Mobile Abroad?

International Calling Via Mobile

Most mobile phones and smart phones have the “+” sign on the same key as “0”.

To call internationally from most mobile or smart phones simply dial the “+” sign, followed by the country code, city code and local phone number as shown above.

Do you need to dial country code for mobiles?

Simply dial 1, the area code, and the number you are trying to reach. To call a phone in another country, dial 011, and then the code for the country you are calling, the area or city code, and the phone number. Countries employ varying numbers of digits for area/city codes and telephone numbers.

How do you phone a UK mobile from abroad?

Replace the leading ‘0’ of a UK mobile phone number with ‘+44’ to get the full international number. For example, the UK number 07700 900900 has the international equivalent of +44 7700 900900. For full instructions of how to dial a UK phone number from any other country, see the international dialling pages.

Will I get charged if someone calls me from another country?

Receiving International calls and texts does not charge international rates to the receiver, only the sender. Receiving international calls/texts will simply come out of your allotted minutes/messages bank, the same as a local call does.

Does tmobile charge for international calls?

WHILE YOU ARE IN THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, and/or MEXICO making calls to the Netherlands you will be charged $3 per minute for ALL CALLS (LandLine & Mobile) unless you add the Stateside International Calling feature to your current plan then all of your calls would be unlimited and at no charge to you.