How to Call Hanoi from the USA

Call Hanoi and inexpensive? In the same sentence?

That’s a question you’ve posed time and time again, ever since you decided to move away from Hanoi for college. Hanoi calling cards? No way. Too expensive and not enough minutes to jot down grandmother’s legendary Banh Mi recipe. But now there’s a better way. And this new way makes calling Hanoi a snap.

Hanoi, say hello to Vonage World®.

Vonage World isn’t just another pretty calling plan. Vonage World includes unlimited¹ calls to Hanoi landlines and offers as much mobile calling to Hanoi as you want¹, all for one low monthly rate! Seriously. Read that again.

Affordable calls to Hanoi are here, and they’re at your disposal! You can finally call Hanoi landlines and mobiles without the nightmare of a big bill, as unlimited¹ calling to Vietnam is included in Vonage World. Now there’s no doubt about which plan to use when calling Hanoi, but do you know the procedure for how to call Hanoi?

How to call Hanoi from the U.S.:

  • Start with 011 — the exit code for the U.S. and Canada.
  • Next, enter 84 — the country code for Vietnam.
  • Then, dial 4 — the Hanoi area code (landlines only*).
  • Finally, finish with the local 5–7 digit Hanoi phone number.

*When calling mobiles in Hanoi, enter the U.S./Canada exit code, the Vietnam country code and then either:
a) “1” before the 9–digit mobile number or b) “9” before the 8–digit mobile number.

And that’s how you call Hanoi, complete with the Hanoi telephone code/Hanoi calling code. But Vonage World covers all of Vietnam, so check out our post on how to call Vietnam from the U.S. to learn how to call all the major cities.

The hoopla around Hanoi:

Although not the country’s biggest city, Hanoi is Vietnam’s capital and celebrated its 1000–year anniversary in October 2010. Hanoi can lay claim to being the first city in Vietnam with Western-style universities and is home to the heroic-sounding Temple of Literature. Some other historically relevant sites of Hanoi are the Flag Tower of Hanoi and the Hanoi Cathedral. Also, it’s said that Vietnam’s most popular dish, Pho, originated in this 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.