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How to Call Turkey from the U.S.

To call Turkey from USA doesn't need to be a hassle.

Check out the fast and easy “How to Call Turkey” guide below.

To call Turkey from the U.S., just follow these dialing instructions:

  • First dial 011, the U.S. exit code.
  • Next dial 90, the country code for Turkey.
  • Then dial the 3-digit area code (see sample calling code list below), followed by the 7-digit phone number.

Here‘s what the U.S. to Turkey international dialing format looks like:
011 + 90 + ??? + ??? ????

Need more help with How to Call Turkey?

Here is a list of some major city area codes and city calling codes:

Istanbul 212 or 216
Ankara 312
Izmir 232
Bursa 224
Adana 322
Gaziantep 342
Konya 332
Antalya 242
Diyarbakir 412
Mersin 324
Kayseri 352
Eskisehir 222
Denizli 258
Sanliurfa 414
Samsun 362
Adapazari 264
Kahramanmaras 344
Malatya 422
Van 432

Don‘t let calling Turkey overwhelm you.

Stay away from these dialing mistakes:

Blocked calls

Once in a while, a service provider will set a newly purchased phone‘s international-calling status to “blocked.” You can find this status in Settings and change it anytime. Please be aware that Vonage World®, which is described below, does not suffer from this issue.

Some cell phone numbers won‘t have area codes

Many area codes aren‘t addable to some international cell phone numbers -- most countries usually have a dedicated starting digit for international calling to them.

Look for the trunk code

For international numbers that start with 0, note that the first digit is referred to as the “trunk code” and is dialed only for calls to a small group of nations. Make sure the country you‘re calling is one of them or leave the 0 off.

Internet cell phones

Numerous Internet cell phones or VoIP‘s have made it possible for you to leave off dialing the 011 exit code when making an international call. If this is true for your provider, do not enter the 011 code.


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