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Which international format should I use?
Which international format should I use?
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Based on your country, calling an international number may require dialling an exit code first, followed by the country code.

An exit code alerts your telecom carrier that you will be placing a call outside your home country. For example, the exit code in the USA and Canada is 011. In this case, you need to dial 011 (the exit code), followed by the country code and the phone number you are trying to call.

For example, to call the United Kingdom from the United States, dial 011 (exit code) - 44 (country code) - Mobile or landline phone number.

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