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Phone company electronic switching systems use international country codes to route calls to their proper destinations. A phone number serves as a map for different switching offices. Phone companies may route calls thro... More »

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The International Telecommunication Union sets a one- to three-digit code for each country, and those codes serve as part of the telephone number for long-distance calls. Examples include 48 for Poland, 677 for the Solom... More »

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A comprehensive list of international dialing codes of all countries is available at CountryCode.org. Users can either use the drop-down menu at the top or the list below to find out the international dialing code of a c... More »

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CountryCallingCodes.com and NationsOnline.org list internationally recognized country codes issued by the International Standards Organization. CountryCallingCodes.com lists the Alpha-2 and Alpha-3 code for each country,... More »

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There is no specific number for one international operator, rather each country differs in calling codes and procedures. For example, to reach an international operator in the United Kingdom, one would press 155, but thi... More »

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