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How to Call Vancouver, British Columbia

dmyb587.cn provides detailed information for making international long distance telephone calls to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from any country in the world.

Canada phone numbers are highly standardized, so Vancouver phone numbers follow the same format used throughout Canada. Mobile numbers and landline numbers have identical 10-digit formats.

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Vancouver Dialing Codes

og东方集团网址To make an international phone call to Vancouver, BC, the following dialing codes will be required.

Canada phone numbers are highly standardized and are always 10-digits long. They are almost universally written to include all 10-digits. This makes dialing Canada phone numbersa bit easier than in some countries.

Type of Dialing Code Dialing Code Format Find Dialing Codes
International access code
(specific to your originating country)
ddd  Lookup international access codes
Canada country code Lookup other country codes
Vancouver area code
(3-digits; always included in written phone numbers)
aaa  Find Vancouver area codes
Vancouver landline subscriber numbers
(7-digits; always included in written phone numbers)
nnn nnnn  Find Vancouver phone numbers
Vancouver mobile subscriber numbers
(7-digits; always included in written phone numbers)
nnn nnnn  Find Vancouver phone numbers

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Phone Number Format for International Calls

To make an international phone call to Vancouver, you generally will need to dial a phone number formatted as follows:

International Phone Number Format
to Call Vancouver, BC

ddd aaa  nnn nnnn 
international
access code
country
code
area
code
local subscriber
number

Taking this general format, you need to plug in the outbound international access code for your originating country and the complete 10-digit phone number in Vancouver.

In Canada, landline numbers and cell phone numbers have identical 10-digit formats.

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Landline vs. Mobile Phone Number Formats

In Vancouver and throughout Canada, landline phones and mobile phones have identical phone number formats. Both types of phone numbers are 10-digits long, including a 3-digit area code and a 7-digit subscriber number.

og东方集团网址The complete international phone numbers you should use to reach the two types of phones are shown below.

Landline vs. Mobile Phone Number Format
Vancouver landline phone numbers ddd 1 aaa nnn nnnn 
Vancouver mobile phone numbers ddd 1 aaa nnn nnnn 

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Call Vancouver from Any Country

To make an international call to Vancouver, BC, Canada, you first need to dial the international access code (aka 'IDD') for your originating country. You can lookup the international access code for your country in the widget below.

Find an International Access Code / IDD
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Insert your IDD at the maroon x'sog东方集团网址 below to create a complete international phone number for dialing Vancouver.

  • Phone number format to call a Vancouver landline number:
    'ddd 1 aaa nnn nnnn '
  • Phone number format to call a Vancouver mobile number:
    'ddd 1 aaa nnn nnnn '

Notes:

  • Some countries, e.g., Australia, France, Singapore, use more than one IDD to designate specific carriers, specific countries, or other purposes. Be sure to use the correct code for your carrier or calling plan.
  • A '~' symbol indicates a dialing pause. Dial any numbers before the '~', then wait for tone before continuing to dial.
  • Dial only the numerical digits shown - any other characters are informational only.

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