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How to Call Busan from the USA

Looking to keep in touch with cheap calls to Busan?

Your favorite memory of Busan is its beaches. Even now, you still think back to the days you had your toes in the sand and your Busan friends on speed dial. Since moving across the ocean and over a few time zones, calling Busan has become a chore. Vonage World® didn’t cover calls to Busan, so Busan calling cards were your only choice. But Vonage now believes it’s time to give you another, more affordable option, as Vonage World now covers calls to South Korea landlines and mobiles!

Put down the calling cards and pick up the receiver, as unlimited¹ calls to Busan are included in Vonage World. For one, low monthly rate, you’ll be able to call your friends and family whether they’re at home or relaxing on one of Busan’s many beautiful beaches because you can now call Busan mobiles and landlines affordably. And you’ll be able to talk as much as you want¹! No more big, bogus bills to bother you! Let’s recap: Vonage World includes unlimited¹ calling to South Korea landlines and mobiles, so you can call whomever you want, whenever you want, as much as you choose¹. That’s the Vonage plan for calling Busan, but do you know the steps for how to call Busan?

How to call Busan from the US:

  1. Start with 011 — the exit code for the U.S. and Canada.
  2. Next, enter 82 — the country code for South Korea.
  3. Then, dial 51 — the Busan area code (landlines only*).
  4. Finally, finish with the local 6–8 digit Busan phone number.

*For mobile calling to Busan, enter the U.S./Canada exit code, the South Korea country code and then “1” before dialing the 6–12 digit mobile phone number.

Now you know the Busan calling code/Busan telephone code, but for calling codes to all the major South Korean cities, check out our post on how to call South Korea.

The briefing on Busan:

Busan (or, as it used to be called, Pusan) is considered an economic and trade powerhouse. With 3.6 million residents, Busan has the largest port in the country, which is also one of the busiest in the world. The city also headquarters a number of prominent companies, such as Renault-Samsung and Air Busan.

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.