All phone customers have the ability to make an international call, or a call that is placed to anywhere outside the continental United States.
First, dial the IDD (International Direct Dialing Number). For example, the IDD to call from the United States is 011.
Next, dial the country code of the country you are trying to call. Every country has a country code, which you dial after the IDD. In some cases, the country code is shared among countries. For example, the United States, Canada, and much of the Caribbean and Guam use country code 1.
Lastly, dial the city/area code (if any) for the number you are dialing. Smaller countries may not use city codes or area codes, while larger countries have hundreds of them. Because of the tremendous growth of global telecommunications, city codes and area codes change or are added frequently.
Please note that if you attempt to dial a number more than 5 times in a 30 minute period, toll blocking will automatically be enabled which will prevent you from being able to make another call. Toll blocking can be disabled by accessing "My Phone" features and deactivating toll blocking.
For international rates, please visit our phone products page and view international rates Here.