How to Call the Philippines from the U.S.
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To call the Philippines from the U.S., just follow these simple dialing directions:
- First dial 011 – the U.S. exit code.
- Next dial 63 – the Philippines country code.
- Then the area code – 1–4 digits.
- And finally the phone number – 5–7 digits.
Does your number to call the Philippines start with a (+)? What does it mean?
Some international numbers have a plus sign before the country code. This (+) simply means that when dialing this number internationally, the country exit code needs to be used. In some cases, you can dial “+” on a cell or VoIP phone, or simply replace the plus sign with your country’s exit code. For calls to the Philippines from the U.S. using Vonage, you can replace the “+” with “011,” but they’ll both work.
Here is a list of major area codes and city calling codes.
|Bguio (Benguet Province)||74|
|ClarkField (Pampanga Province)||45|
|Dagupan (Pangasinan Province)||75|
|San Fernando Pampanga||45|
|San Fernando (LaUnion Province)||72|
|Subic (Zambales Province)||47|
Are there any international calling apps?
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