Exit Code – This is the code you need to dial OUT from a country. Also known as IDD (International Direct Dialing) code or ISD (International Subscriber Dialing) code.
Country Code – Each country or region is assigned thier individual country code. You will need this code to dial IN to a country. There is a total of 249 codes worldwide. View all Country Codes
Area Codes – Area codes define a specific part of a country. This can be a whole city or a general region. Some countries are not big enough to have multiple area codes, so you would simply dial the country code and the direct dial number.
Local Number – This number is the local direct line to a home, business or cellphone.
How To Dial a German Local Number from the United States
Example #: Dial 011-49-030-5555-5555
How To Dial a German Toll Free Number from United States
Example #: Dial 011-49-040-5555-5555
How To Dial a German Mobile Number from United States
Example #: Dial 011-49-069-5555-5555
Information About Germnay
Germany’ telephone numbering plan is an open system which means numbers can be a variation of length except for some non-geographic area codes for which subscriber numbers use a fixed-length format. Cell phone numbers in Germany are not given geographic area codes but non-geographic codes. Thus they can easily be told apart from other numbers.
ISD Code or Country Code for Germany is 49
Area codes – Landline telephone numbers in Germany are a fixed length of 11-digits. Geographic area codes have a length of two to five digits. The maximum total length is eleven digits.
Germany Emergency Numbers
110 – Police
112 – Fire & Ambulance
115 – Civil Services
118 – Directory Assistance