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Following is a quick and convenient guide to telephone dial codes for individual countries.
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When calling a phone number in another country, there is usually a prefix you have to dial to indicate that you're placing an international call; this varies by country.  After that international prefix, you must dial the '''international country code''' for the country you are calling, followed by the local number.  This is a list of those country codes.
  
''For those who are interested, a far more detailed treatment of these codes, their history and employment can be found in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Country_calling_codes Wikipedia]''.
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Note: The [[United States]], [[Canada]], and several [[Caribbean]] nations technically share the international calling code ''+1'', with each state, province, territory, or island nation given its own three-digit "area code".
  
 
*[[Afghanistan]] 93
 
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*[[Zambia]] 260
 
*[[Zambia]] 260
 
*[[Zimbabwe]] 263
 
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When calling a phone number in another country, there is usually a prefix you have to dial to indicate that you're placing an international call; this varies by country. After that international prefix, you must dial the international country code for the country you are calling, followed by the local number. This is a list of those country codes.

Note: The United States, Canada, and several Caribbean nations technically share the international calling code +1, with each state, province, territory, or island nation given its own three-digit "area code".

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