There is no such code as 475 in France. French Postal zip codes have two digits for regions, or five for localities. The international dialing code is +33. The national area dialing codes (now included in the phone number) have… Full Answer
If dialing from the US or Canada you would need to dial: 011-679-fax number 011 is to dial internationally from the US or Canada. (If dialing from the UK or Germany, it would be 00 instead of 011, if dialing… Full Answer
Europe has many countries, each with their own individual international dialling codes. It would depend on which country you want to phone, as to what dialling code you would use. Check the site below for some.
Telephone country codes never begin with zero, so presumably 00123 is a country code with your local international dialing prefix prepended. Because different countries may use different prefixes, it can be confusing to quote an international number with the dialing… Full Answer
Mobiles in the Republic of Ireland have numbers beginning 08x, which becomes +353 8x in international format. From the UK, dial 00 353 8x and then the mobile subscriber number. There are no longer shortcut codes for dialing from the… Full Answer
There are 49 different telephone area codes in the Republic of Ireland. The telephone country code is +353, and you must drop the trunk prefix from the Irish domestic telephone number to put it in international format. Dublin is 01… Full Answer
601 is refering to telephone code. The (60) refers to Malaysia International Dialing Code. 601 usually refers to mobile phone services. There are various different codes such as 6012 (often refers to Maxis mobile service), 6013 (Celcom mobile services) and… Full Answer
The country code for the US, Canada, and various Caribbean-ish islands is +1. The plus sign indicates "insert your international access prefix here"; from the UK, that's 00. Colorado has four different area codes: 303, 719, 720, and 970.
Each country (or in a couple of cases, group of countries) has its own internal telephone numbering system. Country codes provide a uniform system of dialing out of your own country's system into a different country.