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How to Call Hyderabad, Pakistan From the USA

Looking for super cheap calls to Hyderabad, Pakistan?

Some people don’t know the difference between Hyderabad, India and Hyderabad, Pakistan. And while the two are very different, they both have something in common — an affordable monthly plan with really low per-minute rates for calling to Hyderabad Pakistan: Vonage World®!

With Vonage World, you’ll be able to call Hyderabad Pakistan anytime. That’s right, an affordable international calling plan that includes mobile calling to Hyderabad Pakistan! Now you’ll be able to call Hyderabad Pakistan for less than you’d believe possible and without worrying about when you call, how long your call lasts or which phone you call: cell phone or landline. Vonage World comes with no hidden fees — just a basic monthly service charge that will let you connect to more than 60 nations at a super-small per-minute rate. It’s the plan that will put you in touch with Hyderbad or anywhere else in Pakistan.

And although people may still confuse your hometown for a city in another country, you won’t. And neither will anyone you dial back at home with such reasonably priced calls to Hyderabad Pakistan included in Vonage World. Now that we’ve established the best international plan for calling Hyderabad Pakistan, and the fact there are two Hyderabads, let’s discover the proper technique to call Hyderabad Pakistan:

Vonage’s four-step plan for how to call Hyderabad Pakistan:

  1. Start with 011 — the exit code for the U.S. and Canada.
  2. Next, enter 92 — the country code for Pakistan.
  3. Then, dial 22 — the Hyderabad Pakistan area code.
  4. Finally, finish dialing with the local Hyderabad 6–7-digit phone number.

Check out our piece on how to call Pakistan to learn about calling other major cities in Pakistan, as Vonage World offers truly affordable calls to the entire country!

The hype on Hyderabad, Pakistan:

As the sixth largest city in the country, Hyderabad’s economy conveys a sense of luxury and privilege, producing silver and gold work, ornamented silks and embroidered leather saddles. Hyderabad is also the world’s leading producer of bangles, the ornamental bracelets worn by women in Southeast Asian countries.

Hyderabad bears many marks of its colonial past, like the tombs of Talpur Mirs, the burial place of former Sindh rulers who were defeated by the British, and the Rani Bagh park, named for England’s Queen Victoria. (Rani means “Queen” in Urdu).