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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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Telephone users can use webpages such as AT&T's International Dialing Guide to double check telephone country codes. They can also use country code tables to look up codes alphabetically. More »

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Some popular country calling codes include 1 for the United States and Canada, 86 for China, 81 for Japan, 44 for United Kingdom and 61 for Australia. Other popular country calling codes are 7 for Russia, 55 for Brazil, ... More »

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To search for a country's telephone dialing code, visit CountryCode.org and type the name of the desired country in the Select a Country box at the top of the page. You can also scroll through a complete list of country ... More »

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