(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
From a UK mobile, dial +1 and then the US area code and number.
If you are calling a US-based cell phone that is at the moment physically in the UK, you just dial the US telephone number as normal. The physical location of the cell phone does not affect what you dial to call it. The cell phone user will pay any roaming fees that may apply.
If you are calling a US cell phone from the UK, use telephone country code +1, followed by the 10-digit US telephone number. If you are calling from a mobile phone, you should be able to enter the number in full international format, beginning with the plus symbol. Otherwise, substitute the UK's international access prefix 00 for the plus symbol.
Note that, unlike the UK, where mobile numbers are assigned to nationwide non-geographic codes, US cell phone numbers use the same geographic area codes as landlines, and are completely indistinguishable from landline numbers. Calls to US mobile phones are charged at identical rates to calls to US landline numbers.
The most reliable way to dial from a GSM mobile phone is to enter all telephone numbers in full international format. For a UK number, replace the trunk prefix 0 with country code +44. For a US number, insert country code +1 before the area code and number. The mobile network will automatically insert the appropriate prefix for you, no matter where you roam. For example, +447700900123 or +13115550123
Alternatively, while traveling in the US, you can enter a US number in domestic format, as either area code + number or 1 + area code + number. For example, 311 555-0123 or 1 311 555-0123.
Use the US dialer code (+1) the dial the number...
you shouldn't need to type in the dashes.
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00 1 then the full ten-digit American number.
Dial the number exactly the same way you do when the U.S. cell phone is in the U.S.
001 then their callphone number.
A cellular phone I think
From a cell phone, dial +1 at the start. From a landline, dial 001 at the start. For example: +1(XXX)-XXX-XXXX or 001(XXX)-XXX-XXXX
I think that the phone number is still the same so you would call it as if it is in the US. To answer my own question, (they have been here and now gone home again), you dial +1 followed by cell phone no.
depends what country you are in. For example, in the UK, you would dial 999 and in the USA you would dial 911.
Nope - it's a UK mobile (cell) phone number. All UK registered mobile (cell) phones start with 07. When you dial into the UK from abroad - you drop the initial zero. The actual phone could be anywhere within the UK.
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If the American cellphone has a UK SIM card, you dial the UK number associated with that SIM card. However, if the American cellphone is using international roaming, you need to call its U.S. number.
The same way they always would. I.E. if you were in UK and wanted to call your friend, you would dial the international code (011), then the country and city codes, and then their number. Yes..even though you might be a couple of blocks from their house.
Just dial it as you would normally do if both handsets were in England. Whenever you dial a mobile (cell) phone, the phone network automatically dials it as if it was an international call anyway. Although it may not show up in the phones memory, each number is automatically prefixed with +44 - which is the international access code for the UK. This will only work, if the English cell phone in America is logged onto the cellular system in America. The phone will have to be a tri-band, to use US frequencies and have an agreement by your service provider, to connect you. This known as 'roaming'.
In the UK - dial 1471
In the UK, 07547 is a mobile code, along with all codes from 07400 to 07999. From outside the UK, dial +44 7547.
If the US mobile phone is in international roaming mode, you may be able to dial its normal US number. If the phone has swapped in a UK SIM card, you will need to dial the UK number.
If it is an American mobile phone, you dial 00 1 then the full ten-digit American phone number. However, if you are trying to call a British mobile phone that somebody has taken with them while on holiday, you just dial it as you normally would.