The Office of Communications (Ofcom), London, announces that communications service providers in the United Kingdom (country code + 44) have been allocated the following mobile service number ranges.
When calling England (like the whole of Great Britain) the code to use is +44. Specifically, you must dial your number as follows: 00 44 XX XX XX or +44 XX XX XX. The X stands for the phone number of your English correspondent, without the leading 0.
For example, to call France from abroad, dial the country code +33 or 0033 in front of the number of your correspondent without the leading 0 (for example, to call a number starting with 01: +33 1xx… or 0033 1xx…).
Phone. – From France to Great Britain: 0044 + city code (but without the “0”) + number of the correspondent. – From the UK to France: 00 + 33 + 9 digit correspondence number, whether landline or mobile (do not dial the leading 0).
To call from another UK mobile phone you must dial the number as it is displayed, but if you are calling London from abroad you must replace the leading zero with 0044.< /p>
How do you replace the +33? The 33 is the beginning of the cell phone number. You must replace 33 with 0. Hello To call a number that starts with +33, just warmly dial 00 33.
The numbers in 09 are no surcharge and are billed at the local rate regardless of where the call is made (France, Metropolitan France, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana, Mayotte or Réunion).< / p>
Call to a landline or mobile phone in France: to reach a correspondent in France, the number to dial is slightly modified: to reach 01 xx xx xx xx, dial + (or 00 ) < b>33 (international code for France) 1 xx xx xx xx.