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How to Call Faisalabad From the USA

Affordable calls to Faisalabad? For sure!

Growing up in Faisalabad, you never had to worry about communication. Your entire family was either down the hall or down the block, giving you no need to ever learn the Faisalabad dialing code. But now, things have changed. You’ve moved to the U.S., and have a new sensation you’re not fond of: homesickness. But it’s time to get in touch with your loved ones with Vonage’s most popular calling plan — Vonage World® — which gives you rock-bottom priced calling to Faisalabad! And when we say rock-bottom, we mean it: the plan includes calls to more than 60 different countries around the globe but will also allow you to reach Faisalabad landlines and cell phones for a low per-minute rate! You’ll never again feel like home is a thousand miles away. Just pick up the phone and start dialing whomever you want, no matter where in Pakistan they call home! Now you know the plan — Vonage World — for low rate calls to Faisalabad, but do you know how to dial Faisalabad?

Learn how to call Faisalabad:

  • Start off with 011 — the U.S. and Canada exit code.
  • Next, enter 92 — the country code for Pakistan.
  • Then, dial 41 — the Faisalabad area code.
  • Finally, wrap up with the local 7–digit Faisalabad phone number.

Now you know how to dial, and that Vonage World includes affordable calls to Faisalabad, but maybe some of your old relatives and friends have moved away also. No sweat, check out how to call all the major cities in Pakistan with our post on how to call Pakistan.

The facts about Faisalabad:

As Pakistan’s third largest city, Faisalabad (formerly Lyallpur) is an agricultural and industrial powerhouse in the province of Punjab. Faisalabad has incredibly fertile soil, producing a number of valuable crops for export such as veggies, fruit, wheat, sugar and cotton.

In terms of tourism, the city center of Faisalabad has plenty of architecture dating back to The British Raj, including the picturesque Faisalabad Clock Tower. And don’t forget the eight markets of Faisalabad, which when seen from above, form a makeshift Union Jack (the flag of Great Britain). After you’ve taken enough pictures to last three vacations, grab your swimsuit and head to one of Faisalabad’s many water and amusement parks.