Calling Indore From the USA
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Calling Indore hasn’t always been easy. Or affordable.
Up till now, free calls to Indore have been out of your grasp, something seemingly impossible. You’re used to using foreign phone services that cost an arm and leg and never give you enough minutes. But now, Vonage says it’s time for a plan – an India calling plan – that takes away the stress and leaves unlimited¹ calling to Indore in its place.
That plan? Vonage World®.
Vonage World, for one low monthly rate, allows you to call Indore mobiles and landlines as much as you want, whenever you want, without restrictions! You’ve been on the prowl for cheap calling to Indore, and that search is finally over. Let Vonage World be the calling plan you choose when you want to call Indore unlimited¹ today! And check out our guide for dialing Indore below.
How to call Indore from USA:
- Begin dialing by dialing 011 – the U.S. and Canada exit code.
- Then, dial 91 – the India country code.
- Next, dial 731 — the Indore area code (for landlines only).
- Finish with the 7-digit Indore landline OR 10-digit Indore mobile number.
Vonage World allows you to connect with everyone in India without limits.
But before calling, you’ll need to know how to call India from the USA.
Indore, with a population of 3.2 million (as of 2011), is considered one of the wealthiest Indian cities with a strong economy and multicultural background. Indore’s economy is buoyed by the tech industry, as it hosts a number of large software firms as well as Tata Consultancy Services, India’s largest (and arguably, most prominent) software company. As mentioned before, Indore is a city with a kaleidoscope of cultures, and is often compared to Mumbai/Bombay due to its reputation as an Indian mixing pot and similar lifestyle.
¹Unlimited calling and other services for all residential plans are based on normal residential, personal, non-commercial use. A combination of factors is used to determine abnormal use, including but not limited to: the number of unique numbers called, calls forwarded, minutes used and other factors. Subject to our Reasonable Use Policy and Terms of Service.