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Make Calls to New Taipei From the U.S.

New Taipei deserves a new & improved calling plan.

Growing up in New Taipei, you frequented Fulong beach and remember the delicious box lunches that made the area famous. But now you’re far away.

Like across-the-ocean-and-three-time-zones-far away.

But Vonage has a plan.
No really, an actual plan: Vonage World®.

Since you moved to the U.S., you’ve got a lot to catch up on, so you’ll need unlimited¹ calling to New Taipei. Vonage World includes free calls to New Taipei so you can talk with everyone you love, plus you’ll be able to call New Taipei mobiles as well! That’s mobiles and landlines whenever you want, to whomever you want, at one LOW monthly rate. Now that’s the Vonage plan you need, and here’s your very own dialing guide.

How to call New Taipei from the USA:

  • Begin by dialing 011 – the U.S. and Canada exit code.
  • Next, dial 886 – the Taiwan country code.
  • Then, 2 – the New Taipei area code.
  • And finally, the local New Taipei phone number.

Interested in calling China?
Check out our “How to Call China” guide and find China country codes!

Some knowledge of New Taipei:

Taiwan’s most heavily populated city, New Taipei has a count of almost 7 million inhabitants (as of 2010). New Taipei surrounds the city of Taipei, and due to its location on the Pacific Ocean, gives the city a reputation as a gateway to other countries and allows the culture to be an amazing blend of East and West. Although constantly evolving and moving forward, New Taipei is mindful of its history, with a number of important and popular museums such as Yonghe’s Museum of World Religions and the Ping-Lin Tea Museum.

And don’t forget the beach. Fulong Beach, that is.
Located a mere hour from Taipei, this popular surfing and sunning spot is definitely worth the trip.

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.