How to Call Lima from the USA

You feel left out of the big events going on in the lives of your loved ones back in Lima.

Totally understandable. There’s no need to panic anymore, though, because Vonage World Plus Latin America 100 is here to help you reconnect with unlimited¹ calling to Lima landlines!

Vonage World Plus Latin America 100 comes with a Vonage BoxTM that allows you to enjoy affordable, high-quality calls anytime you need to connect with friends and family in Lima. The Vonage Box is a VoIP device that connects to your high-speed Internet service. Once that’s in place, you can start calling Lima from the USA right away. There’s a small monthly fee, but for that, you’ll not only get unlimited¹ calls to landlines in Lima (and the rest of Peru), but also unlimited¹ calls to landlines in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico and over 60 other countries — including 8 Latin American ones. We know you might need to reach loved ones on their cell phones too, so we set up the plan to include 100 anytime minutes for either mobiles or landlines. Once those 100 minutes are used up, it’s only a low per-minute rate extra to continue calling cell phones in Lima. And don’t forget that all Vonage-to-Vonage calls are always free. Get a loved one in Lima to sign up for Vonage World Plus Latin America 100, and you’ll both be able to talk to each other as much as you want¹ with no extra charges!

Cheap calls to Lima don’t have to be a fantasy anymore.

You may be having trouble with the actual process of dialing. If so, just review the following how to call Lima from the USA guide:

  1. Start with 011 — the exit code for the US and Canada.
  2. Next, enter 51 — the country code for Peru.
  3. Then, dial 1 — the Lima area code.
  4. Last, enter the local 6-7 digit Lima phone number.

If you need a hand with other major cities besides Lima, read up on how to call Peru from the US and we’ll fill you in!

The cheapest calls to Lima are finally here, so stop waiting and start calling!

About Lima:

Lima is the largest city in Peru and the fourth largest city in the Americas, with a citizenry of close to 9 million. Besides being one of the economic focal points for South America, it’s steeped in history. For example, Peru is home to the oldest still-active secondary education institution in the Americas, The National University of San Marcos, which was founded way back in 1551. The city has much more to offer than just history, however. Pay a visit and discover the eclectic mix of charming architecture, the multiple natural wonders surrounding the city or just traipse through the many plazas.

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.