Calling Thane From the USA
Try calling Thane today!
As close as you are to your Thane relatives, the costs associated with calling Thane makes them feel much further away. Up till now, you’ve used foreign phone services that promise a lot, but deliver very little. Your endless quest for cheap calling to Thane has looked more like a mirage than an actual mission – until now.
Check out Vonage’s most popular calling plan – Vonage World®!
You’re looking for unlimited¹ calling to Thane; Vonage World, for one low, monthly rate, has it covered. How about when you want to call Thane mobiles? This plan covers mobiles as well as Thane landlines, meaning you can call anyone in Thane, whether they’re at home or on the go, for however long you choose. So get Vonage World today, the only India calling plan that gives you free calls to Thane!
That’s the plan when you want to make a call to Thane, but what are the steps?
Check out our calling guide below.
How to call Thane from USA:
- Begin dialing with 011 – the U.S./Canada exit code.
- Then, dial 91 – the India country code.
- Next, 22 — the Thane area code (for landlines only).
- Finish with the Thane 7-digit landline OR 10-digit mobile number.
Vonage World allows you to call Thane unlimited¹, as well as the rest of India too! So when you’re ready to dial those dear to you on other parts of the subcontinent, check out our post on how to call India from the US.
The Thane truth:
Considered a suburb just northeast of Mumbai/Bombay, Thane is much bigger than just an outlying community – its got a 2012 population of nearly 2.5 million! Thane is also one of the oldest and most distinguished Indian cities, as it was the end point in the first Indian train journey in 1853. Possessing a rich past, Thane, like many cities in India, has become a modern mixing bowl of cultures from people all over the subcontinent. These communities are drawn to Thane due to its proximity to Mumbai, but decide to put down roots due to Thane being far enough away to distinguish itself as its own city.
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.