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International Number formats

On the TEL.mobi system you must always enter your all phone numbers in the International Number format in all fields. The International number format is as follows:


Mobile Numbers – For Calling and Texting

  1. Firstly, enter the International Access Symbol, which is a "+" (not an International Access Code like "00" or "011").
  2. Secondly, add the Country Code for the country where your Mobile Phone contract is (i.e. where you live). The worldwide list of Country Codes can be seen by clicking here 
  3. Thirdly, add your own Mobile Phone Number – without the first 0.
  4. For example, the UK Mobile Phone Number 07123 456789 would be entered as follows:
  • +  (the International Access Symbol), then
  • 44  (the Country Code for the UK), then
  • 7123456789 (the Mobile Phone Number 07123456789 without the first 0), to look like this -
    +447123456789

Landline Numbers – For Calling

  1. Firstly, enter the International Access Symbol, which is a "+" (not an International Access Code like "00" or "011").
  2. Secondly, add the Country Code for the country where your Landline Phone is. The worldwide list of Country Codes can be seen by clicking here
  3. Thirdly, add the City Code / Area Code of your Landline Phone – without the first 0.
  4. Fourthly, add your Landline Phone Number.
  5. For example, the UK Landline Number for a number with the London Area Code of 020 and the Landline Number 81234567 (i.e. 020 81234567) would be entered as follows:
  • +  (the International Access Symbol), then
  • 44  (the Country Code for the UK), then
  • 20  (the London Area Code 020, without the first 0), then
  • 81234567 (the Landline Phone Number), to look like this -
    +442081234567