To make a telephone call to Canada from United Arab Emirates, you will have to dial the following way:
When dialling to Canada, you are required to drop the 1st digit of the phone number. This is simply because, telephone numbering plans in Canada implement a so called Telephone Trunk Code (Trung Prefix). This is generally the digit ’0‘ (zero) that is placed in front of phone numbers for calls originating inside the country. On the other hand, this particular digit needs to be dropped each time you are telephoning an overseas destination.
Generally there are occasions when an overseas telephone call may not go through. Some of the reasons are explained below:
Telephone area codes in Canada are usually often called Numbering Plan Areas (NPAs). It was previously called STD codes in Canada.
These telephone area codes are important only when dialling from outside the phone code number area. Yet it’s important when making a telephone calls from the mobile phones.
Telephone area codes or city codes in Canada usually show geographical areas within Canada that are covered by hundreds of phone exchanges.
The telephone area code number in Canada is often preceded in the dial string by the Canada country code or the international access code for Canada.
Telephone Area codes in Canada tend to be quoted together with the country access code for Canada.
To make an overseas call from Canada, first of all dial the IDD code which is “11″, followed by the country access code.
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