How to Call Vancouver from the USA
Vonage knows just how much you need unlimited¹ calling to Vancouver.
That’s why we developed our US & Canada Unlimited plan. Your love for your friends and family has no limit, so why should your calls to them have any?
It’s simple. Once you sign up with us, we’ll send you our Vonage Box™ which you’ll then hook into your high-speed Internet connection. There’s no per-minute rate to worry about at all, just one flat fee of $9.99 for the first 3 months — plus taxes and fees — then $24.99 per month after that. US & Canada Unlimited provides unlimited¹ calling to Canada landlines and mobiles. In today’s interconnected world, calling Vancouver from the USA shouldn’t cause you any stress, so let Vonage ease your mind and keep you connected with loved ones back home.
Now if you’re a bit fuzzy on the process of how to call Vancouver from the USA, take a look below for our walk-through:
- Your first step is to dial 1, Canada’s country code.
- Then, dial 604 or 778, the 3-digit Vancouver area code.
- Last, dial the 7-digit local number.
A US to Vancouver call should appear as follows:
1 + 778 + XXX-XXXX
And for help with reaching Canada’s other burgeoning metropolises, we put together our comprehensive guide on how to call Canada. Just click on the link to get going.
Several Canadian cities are well known for their linguistic plurality, and Vancouver is firmly rooted in that group. English is not the primary language for over half its residents. A relatively young city, Vancouver has become one of North America’s top locations for film and TV shoots. Talk to a working actor these days and they’ve probably spent quite a bit of time in Western Canada’s biggest city.
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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.