- Telephone / fax digits -what does it mean?
The number of digits in telephone/fax numbers: 10 (area code included)
This is the number of digits after the country code. In the US the country
code is 1 after that you should dial 10 digits for the telephone number.
From Norway to the US this will give you 13 digits, (International access)
00 - 1 - +10 digits. If the country you are calling has area codes that
start with a zero you have to delete it in almost all cases. We do not
include this zero when we list the amount of digits in the phone/fax number.
If you go to this country and want to use your cellular GSM, you will most
likely have to dial this zero in the area code. More info on cellular GSM
to come. You will always find some exceptions to this rule, like telephone
numbers to special services. E.g. an operator, information, etc. If you
see some info that is incorrect please let us know: E-mail.
Please read our "Help-pages" and our "FAQ" before you mail us any questions.
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