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Country Area Code

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Novel Tourist

I am trying to create a Skype account on my Verizon Motorola Android but when I enter my cell phone number it says that I need to enter a country area code, I am located in Florida (USA) and when I enter "1" in front of my 10 digits number (that start with code 321), it still says that I need to enter a country area code. Which code is the one I need?

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Casual Adventurer
0 is America's code 013215551212, ....0 1 321-555-1212. Sometimes its 0013215551212
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Casual Tourist

Hi I am from South Africa an I dont see my area code for my area only the main city area codes

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Novel Tourist

I am trying to create a skype phone number. my area code is 01707 but i cant find it on the list. Any help?

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Novel Adventurer
Country Code for America is 001 do not use any plus. Or dashes or periods
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Novel Tourist
I use +01 plus my number and work for me
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Staff Moderator

TO ALL

When using Skype the correct dial string is + country access code > area code > telephone #.

e.g. To call to (or within) the United States +1 xxx xxx xxxx

       To call to (or within) UK                         + 44 xxx xx xxxx

 

Do NOT use any other sequence.

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