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One last question, if I may.

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One last question, if I may.

I have an "international roaming chip" in my iphone. I need to ring someone in Venice when I arrive at Marco polo airport, to have them meet me at my accomodation. Can anyone tell me what numbers I must enter before the actual mobile number? So confusing for an old duck...

1 more sleep.

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1. Re: One last question, if I may.

On my cell phone I dial +0 39 041 and the local number

(Italy country code) ( Venice city code)

I hope this helps.

Edited: 05 October 2013, 03:06
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2. Re: One last question, if I may.

You dial +39 then the full Italian phone number, including the leading zero if there is one.

Land line phone numbers in Venice are all shown as starting with 041, so you would not add another 041.

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3. Re: One last question, if I may.

If calling a cell phone there is no 0before the number so 0039. Then 348 or 330 o331 or whatever the number starts with.

i have found with mine but it is european that I don't need to country code . So youcan try combinations!!!

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4. Re: One last question, if I may.

Thank you everyone. Feel more confident now.

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5. Re: One last question, if I may.

But not necessarily 0039. This is right in Europe, but an Australian SIM would need 001139, a USA SIM 01139, and so on. It is safer to use +39 with a mobile phone.

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