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How To Call Hangzhou

No more hang-ups when calling Hangzhou!

Living far from Hangzhou has a couple advantages.
You get to explore a new, exciting and mysterious city while ‘spreading your wings’. At least that’s what they say. But what they don’t tell you is how much you’ll miss talking to everyone in Hangzhou. And if home is where the heart is, Hangzhou is your pulse. So get to talking by getting the one plan that lets you talk, talk and talk some more: Vonage World®

Not only does it have a snappy name, but Vonage World gives you unlimited¹ calling to Hangzhou.
Let me rephrase that for emphasis — Vonage World includes free calls to Hangzhou mobiles and landlines! So when you call Hangzhou with Vonage World you’ll get to catch up with everyone you care for. And, as we said before, you can call Hangzhou mobiles with Vonage World. Call cell phones without having to jump through any hoops – a real game-changer in the long-distance calling game. Need a few tips for calling Hangzhou?
Check out the dialing guide below.

A guide for calling Hangzhou from USA:

  • Start by dialing 011 – the US and Canada exit code.
  • Next, dial 86 – China’s country code.
  • Then dial 571 – the Hangzhou area code.
  • Complete dialing with the local Hangzhou phone number.

And that’s how you call Hangzhou.
But maybe there’s other cities in China you’d like to call, so check out our post on how to call China from the USA to start dialing today!

Some Hangzhou knowledge:

Located in Eastern China, Hangzhou has a population of 8.7 million people (as of 2010) and is a short flight (110 miles) southwest of Shanghai. Hangzhou contains a number of important industries, such as: auto parts, electronics and heavy equipment. Despite its commitment to industry, Hangzhou is considered one of the most scenic cities in China. The city’s West Lake is its most popular attraction and an essential component of Hangzhou’s economy.

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.