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Calling Kolkata From the USA

Kolkata is only a call away!

You need unlimited¹ calling to Kolkata to catch up with everyone you care about. But in your search for free calls to Kolkata, you’ve had no luck. All your previous calling plans have had too few minutes or been too expensive. Until now.

Enter Vonage World®.

With Vonage World you’ll be able to call Kolkata for free, meaning you can call Kolkata mobiles and landlines whenever you want for however long you want without having to worry about taking out a loan to pay the bill. Vonage World® allows you to call India unlimited¹ for one low, monthly rate — yes, it’s very real and very Vonage. And take a look at our simple calling guide to Kolkata below.

How to call Kolkata from the USA:

  • Begin dialing by dialing 011 — the U.S. and Canada exit code.
  • Then, dial 91 — the India country code.
  • Next, 33 — the Kolkata area code (for landlines only).
  • Finish with the 8-digit Kolkata landline OR 10-digit Kolkata mobile number.

With Vonage World you’ll be able to connect with loved ones all over India.
But before you call, you’ll need to know how to call India to dial properly!

Some Kolkata knowledge:

Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) is home to nearly 4.5 million people, and behind Mumbai and New Delhi, is considered, by GDP, the third-richest Indian city. Kolkata’s economy is buoyed by a duo of trade milestones, as the city has the only river port in India as well as the country’s oldest seaport. Kolkata is also the current home of India’s Bengali film industry. On the flip side, Kolkata is also known for the depths of its poverty, as the late Mother Teresa and her charities continue to work tirelessly to help the city’s poor and disadvantaged.

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.