Country Code

The Country Calling Code (Country Code) or Country Dial-in Code is the prefix of the telephone number which indicates to which country the call will be routed. Country Codes were designated by the telephone numbering plan, and they were generally organized by geographic location. For example, Zone 1 are countries that are part of the North American Numbering Plan (NANPA), Zone 2 are generally African countries, Zones 3 and 4 are Euoropean countries, Zone 5 is the Central and South American countries, Zone 6 is Southeast Asia and Oceania, Zone 7 is Russia and parts of the former Soviet Union, Zone 8 is East Asia, and Zone 9 is the Middle East and Southern Asia.

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