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How to Call Peshawar From the USA

Proclaim your love for calls to Peshawar!

Peshawar is thousands of miles away from your current residence in the U.S., but has always been close to your heart. Hence, the need for the lowest rate calling to Peshawar — to catch up with everything and everyone back home. You’re looking for a calling plan that’ll allow you to call Peshawar for a lot less than what you’re currently paying, and not be restricted to who or when you can call. Well, your wishes/dreams/prayers have finally been answered, because Vonage presents to you our most popular calling plan, Vonage World®!

For a low monthly rate, you’ll be able to call over 60 countries all over the world, plus you’ll be able to reach both cell phones and landlines in Peshawar for however long you choose1 for an unbelievably low per- minute rate. Imagine, calling your Peshawar pals without worrying about the call length or bill, because Vonage World lets you call Peshawar as much as you want! Landline AND cell phone calling to Peshawar? Covered. The ability to call many other destinations around the world included as part of the plan? Definitely. The steps for how to call Peshawar? You may need a refresher, so check out our calling guide.

Your guide to calling Peshawar:

  • Start with 011 — the exit code for the U.S. and Canada.
  • Next, enter 92 — the country code for Pakistan.
  • Then, dial 91 — the Peshawar area code.
  • Finally, conclude dialing with the local Peshawar phone number (6–7 digits).

Now you know the plan for low-priced calling to Peshawar (Vonage World), and even the Peshawar dialing code, but we’ve still got more to show you. What about those relatives and friends in other Pakistani cities? Do you know how to dial? Don’t worry, if you need a reminder, we’ve put together a whole post on how to call Pakistan from the US.

The press on Peshawar:

Located near the Durand Line on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, Peshawar has long been considered a “gateway” city. Peshawar acts as an access point for those traveling not only to Afghanistan but also to Central Asia. Once ruled by the British Raj, Peshawar was granted independence from Western Rule in 1947, when it was absorbed into newly-formed Pakistan.