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How do I make calls when roaming?

If you’re calling from another country using your UK Vodafone mobile, you’ll need to enter an international dialling code at the start of every number. Each country has its own code, starting with +. For example, it’s +44 to call the UK, and +33 to call France. You’ll also need to drop the first ‘0’.

So instead of calling 01632 960123, you’d call +44 1632 960123.
And instead of calling 07700 900123, you’d call +44 7700 900123.

Note: if you’re roaming and want to call a number within the country you’re visiting, you’ll still need to use its international dialling code. For example, if you’re in Paris, calling a local number, you’ll have to begin dialling with +33.

For more international dialling codes take a look at the full list BT has published online. Please note that as this information isn’t provided by us, we can’t guarantee its accuracy.

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