How to Call Algeria from the U.S.
If you need to call Algeria but you feel like having to look through one more website on international dialing protocols is going to make you lose your mind, then we‘re glad you found us in time.
We have a handy and, more importantly, brief “How to Call Algeria” guide that you should check out below.
To call Algeria from the U.S., just follow these dialing instructions:
- First dial 011, the U.S. exit code.
- Next dial 213, the Algeria country code.
- Then dial the 2-digit area code (see sample calling code list below), followed by the 6-digit phone number.
The U.S. to Algeria international dialing format will look like this:
011 + 213 + XX + XX XX XX
Need more help with how to call Algeria?
Here is a list of some major city calling codes:
|ALGERIA CALLING CODES
|Sidi bel Abbes
You might still be stuck, though, with your attempt to call Algeria. To be blunt, there are a lot of strange and not so well-known rules to international calling you are probably not familiar with, so double-check and make sure one of the following isn‘t causing you grief:
International calls get blocked
Some cell phones come with the manufacturer‘s default settings. If your phone is one of these, it may be set to auto block any incoming or outgoing international calls.
Trunk codes and you
If you are trying to dial a number that has a zero as its starting digit, you‘ll need to drop it. When a zero is the first digit of a phone number, it‘s referred to as the number‘s “trunk code,” and it‘s used in few circumstances, in particular when calling within a handful of countries. Chances are you should leave the trunk code off.
Some VoIP or Internet phones make it possible to skip using 011 as your exit code altogether. So if you‘re calling from one of these, go to Settings and find out if this feature is on... and dial accordingly.
Are you finding, though, that while it‘s great to be able to call to Algeria, it would be even better if your relatives back there could call you?