Mexico Codes

Mexico Codes

Mexico Codes

Codes of Mexico

+52 MX - Country Code for Mobile Phones and Whatsapp
Mexico Codes (+52) MX / MEX - Country Code for Mobile Phones, Telephone Calls, Whatsapp Messages and SMS. List of International Dial Code by City. Mobile Phone Companies.
(+52) Mexico Country Code. International Dial Code. Search by city. Find phone, address, and contacts
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List of Area codes in Mexico
Mexico Country Code: +52 is the Country Code for Mexico - How to dial to Mexico? Use the Country code for Mexico (+52) and the dialling instructions
List of Area code, City or metropolitan area in Mexico
55 - Mexico City
81 - Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
33 - Guadalajara, Jalisco
656 - Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
614 - Chihuahua, Chihuahua
81 - Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
999 - Mérida, Yucatán
222 - Puebla, Puebla
442 - Queretaro, Queretaro
443 - Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
664 - Tijuana, Baja California
661 - Rosarito, Baja California
646 - Ensenada, Baja California
686 - Mexicali, Baja California
667 - Culiacan, Sinaloa (668)
687 - Guasave, Sinaloa
722 - Toluca, Mexico
998 - Cancun, Quintana Roo
871 - Torreon, Coahuila
744 - Acapulco, Guerrero
444 - San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosi
833 - Tampico, Tamaulipas
961 - Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas
962 - Tapachula, Chiapas

Telephone numbers in Mexico


Dialing a cell phone in Mexico from abroad -
How to call to Mexico from US? Dial to Mexico from United States or Canada To reach a mobile phone from outside Mexico a 1 must be added before the area code:

011 + 52 + area code + phone number (From US or Canada)
00 + 52 + area code + phone number (From Europe)
Mexico - Phone numbers and area codes - Phone numbers in Mexico are made of ten digits with either two-digit area codes (for Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey and their respective metropolitan areas) or three-digit area codes for the rest of the country.
List of the area codes of major cities or metropolitan areas

Other service numbers
020 - Operator-assisted domestic collect call
030 - Local time
031 - Wake up service
040 - Information / directory
050 - Phone company hotline
060 - Police
065 - Red Cross
066 - Emergency services
070 - City hotline (not available in some cities)
071 - CFE hotline (electric company)
080 - Emergency services
090 - Operator-assisted international collect call
Mexico Country Code: +52
International Call Prefix: 00
Trunk Prefix: 01
00: international direct dialing (00 + country code + national number) - including USA and Canada.
01 : domestic direct dialing (01 + area code + number)
02 : domestic operator dialing (02 + area code + number)
09 : international operator dialing (09 + country code + number) - including USA and Canada.
International calls to Mexico: These local prefixes are not when calling Mexico from other countries. Such calls should be dialed using whatever international call prefix (such as +, 00, or 011) is required when making international calls from the country where the call originates.
Mexican area codes are 3 digits long, except for Mexico City (55), Monterrey (81), Guadalajara (33) and their respective outlying areas.
Likewise, local numbers are 7 digits long, while Mexico City, Monterrey, and Guadalajara use 8 digit numbers. 8 digit numbers are commonly written two ways:

xxxx xxxx
xx xx xx xx When dialed within its local area, calling-party-pays mobile phone numbers have a designated prefix: - 044 - - mobile phone (044 + area code + number) For example, when calling within area code 33, a Guadalajara mobile phone would be dialed as: - 044 33 - xxxx xxxx This prefix is dropped when the number is dialed from another city in Mexico and the domestic prefix - 01 - is since calling-party-pays calls can only be made when the mobile subscriber is being called from the same local area. This regulation changed since November 8, 2006, enabling calling-party-pays nationwide (prefix - 045 - ). However, some telco operators have refthe new scheme. Outside the country, mobiles are dialed with a "1" prefixed before the area code effective from 4 November 2006: - +52 1 33 - xxxx xxxx
It is common to see businesses with multiple lines on the same telephone exchange list their alternate lines without repeating the common numbers. For example, "(55) xxxx xx - 10, 19, 22 y 24 - " would signify a series of lines in Mexico City:

(55) xxxx xx - 10 -
(55) xxxx xx - 19 -
(55) xxxx xx - 22 -
(55) xxxx xx - 24 -
List of Dialing prefixes - Dial prefix is available for use from within Mexico
Prefix, Use, Format, Digits after prefix
00 - International direct dialing - 00 + country code + phone number
01 - Domestic direct dialing - 01 + area code + phone number - 10
02 - Domestic operator dialing - 02 + area code + phone number - 10
09 - International operator dialing - 09 + country code + phone number
044 - Local cell phone from a land line - 044 + area code + phone number - 10
Local area code - Local
cell phone from a cell phone - area code + phone number - 10
045 - Domestic cell phone from a land line - 045 + area code + phone number - 10
01 - Domestic cell phone from a cell phone - 01 + area code + phone number - 10
Mexico - Phone Numbers

Telephone numbers in Mexico

Dialing a cell phone in Mexico from abroad - How to call to Mexico from US? Dial to Mexico from United States or Canada To reach a mobile phone from outside Mexico a 1 must be added before the area code:

 011 + 52 + area code + phone number (From US or Canada)
 00 + 52 + area code + phone number (From Europe)
Mexico - Phone numbers and area codes Phone numbers in Mexico are made of ten digits with either two-digit area codes (for Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey and their respective metropolitan areas) or three-digit area codes for the rest of the country.

List of the area codes of major cities or metropolitan areas

Mexico - Phone Numbers - List of Area codes in Mexico by code
Code 100 - Area Codes (0-99) - Metropolitan areas of Mexico: Guadalajara, Monterrey and Mexico City
Code 200 - Area Codes (200-299) - Puebla, Tlaxcala, Oaxaca and Veracruz.
Code 300 - Area Codes (300-399) - Colima, Jalisco, Michoacán, Nayarit and Zacatecas.
Code 400 - Area Codes (400-499) - Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Estado de Mexico, Michoacán, Nuevo León, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí, Tamaulipas, Veracruz and Zacatecas.
Code 500 - Area Codes (500-599) - Estado de Mexico and Hidalgo.
Code 600 - Area Codes (600-699) - Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Durango, Sinaloa and Sonora.
Code 700 - Area Codes (700-799) - Guerrero, Estado de Mexico, Michoacán, Hidalgo, Morelos, Oaxaca, Puebla, Tlaxcala and Veracruz.
Code 800 - Area Codes (800-899) - Coahuila, Durango, Nuevo León, San Luis Potosí, Tamaulipas and Veracruz.
800 are for toll free numbers.
801 numbers to be for premium-rate telephone numbers (such as 1-900 numbers in the United States) . Nowadays 900 numbers are premium-rate telephone numbers.
Code 900 - Area Codes (900-999) - Campeche, Chiapas, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, Veracruz and Yucatán.
Area codes in Mexico by code General Information and References
Telephone numbers in Mexico General Information and References
Prefixes: In 1999 Mexico introduced the following dial prefixes for use when making long distance calls from telephones in Mexico

ITU International - National Numbering Plans : Mexico
To call Mexico City dial:

011 (international access code) + 52 (country code) + 55 (Long Distance) + phone number to dial.

Key long distance from major cities in Mexico are:

Mexico DF / Mexico City: 55

Acapulco,State Guerrero: 744

Cabo San Lucas,State Baja California Sur: 624

Cancun,State Quintana Roo: 998

Chihuahua,State Chihuahua: 614

Ciudad Juarez - 656

Cuernavaca,State Morelos: 777

Durango,State Durango: 618

Ensenada - 646

Guadalajara,State Jalisco: 33

Guanajuato,State Guanajuato: 473

La Paz,State Baja California Sur: 612

Manzanillo,State Colima: 314

Merida,State Yucatan: 999

Mexicali,State Baja California Norte: 686

Monterrey,State Nuevo Leon: 81

Morelia,State Michoacan: 443

Nuevo Vallarta,State Nayarit: 322

Oaxaca,State Oaxaca: 951

Pachuca,State Hidalgo: 771

Puebla,State Puebla: 222

Puerto Vallarta - 322

San Jose del Cabo - 624

San Miguel de Allende - 415

Queretaro,State Queretaro: 658

Tijuana,State Baja California Norte: 664

Tuxtla Gutierrez,State Chiapas: 961

Veracruz,State Veracruz: 229

Villahermosa,State Tabasco: 993

Zacatecas,State Zacatecas: 492

Dial 040 for updated information as these these regional telephone prefixes may change.

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The population of Mexico is 103 100 000 (according to the count INEGI 2005),which makes it the 11th place worldwide in this category.

The Largest City Mexico City is the Capital: Mexico City (DF) which has a population of 13 million people.

Vicente Fox Quesada is the current Chairman of the Federal Democratic Republic of Mexico,who was (1 chosen from December 2000 to 2006,and represents the PAN - National Action Party.

The Mexican northern border with EE.UUtiene 3117.9 km of extension. It also limits the southeast by Guatemala (960 km) and 176 km border with Belize

Area: Total 1,972,550 km2 Since 14th worldwide - Area: Water 2.5% The length of the mainland of Mexico is 11,122 km,treat the second in America,after Canada

Mexican states and Capitals
Aguascalientes - Aguascalientes
Baja California - Mexicali
Baja California Sur - La Paz
Campeche - San Francisco de Campeche
Chiapas - Tuxtla Gutierrez
Chihuahua - Chihuahua
Coahuila de Zaragoza - Saltillo
Colima - Colima
Durango - Victoria de Durango
Guanajuato - Guanajuato
Guerrero - Chilpancingo de los Bravo
Hidalgo - Pachuca de Soto
Jalisco - Guadalajara
Mexico - Toluca de Lerdo
Michoacan de Ocampo - Morelia
Morelos - Cuernavaca
Nayarit - Tepic
Nuevo Leon - Monterrey
Oaxaca - Oaxaca de Juarez
Puebla - Puebla de Zaragoza
Queretaro - Santiago de Queretaro
Quintana Roo - Chetumal
San Luis Potosi - San Luis Potosi
Sinaloa - Culiacan
Sonora - Hermosillo
Tabasco - Villahermosa
Tamaulipas - Ciudad Victoria
Tlaxcala - Tlaxcala de Xicohtencatl
Veracruz - Xalapa-Enriquez
Yucatan - Merida
Zacatecas - Zacatecas

Mexico Phone Book Search for Free by Name, Business, Address or Phone Number.
The country code for Mexico is 52.
If calling from the U.S. or Canada, dial 011 + 52 + area code + phone number.
Area Code: Mexico City = 55
Area Code: Guadalajara = 33
Area Code: Monterrey = 81 Area Codes In the three largest cities of Mexico (Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey), the area code is two digits and phone numbers are eight digits, whereas in the rest of the country area codes are three digits and phone numbers are seven digits.
Long-distance calls from within Mexico For national long-distance calls (within Mexico) the code is 01 plus the area code and phone number. For international long-distance calls, first dial 00, then the country code (for the U.S. and Canada the country code is 1, so you would dial 00 + 1 + area code + 7 digit number). Country Codes U.S. and Canada 1 United Kingdom 44 Australia 61 New Zealand 64 South Africa 27 Calling Cell Phones If you're within the area code of the Mexican cell phone number you wish to call, you should dial 044, then the area code, then the phone number. Mexican cell phones are under a plan called "el que llama paga," which means that the person who makes the call pays for it, so calls to cell phones cost more than calls to regular phone numbers. Outside of the area code (but still within Mexico) you would first dial 045 and then the 10 digit phone number. To call a Mexican cell phone from outside the country you would dial as if to a land line: 011-52-1 then the area code and number. Phone cards Phone cards ("tarjetas telefonicas") for use in pay phones can be bought at newstands and in pharmacies in denominations of 30, 50 and 100 pesos. Pay phones do not accept coins. When buying a phone card for pay phone use, specify that you would like a "tarjeta LADA," because pre-paid cell phone cards are also sold in the same establishments. Calling from a pay phone is the most economical way to call, though all long-distance phone calls are more expensive from Mexico than from most other countries. Other options include calling from your hotel, or calling from a "caseta telefonica," a business that has telephone and fax service. Emergency and Useful Phone Numbers Keep these phone numbers close at hand for any emergencies that might occur. You do not need a phone card to call 3-digit emergency numbers from a pay phone. * Emergency 066 * Red Cross 065 * Police 060 * Directory assistance 040 * Tourist protection and information 01 800 903 9200 or 01 800 987 8224, from the U.S. and Canada 1 800 482 9232 or 1 800 401 3880 The telephone network in Mexico is quite efficient but still some disadvantages compared with communication services from other countries.

Public telephony is widely available in public payphones located in all major cities. The public telephones can use calling cards or coins, to allow for national and international calls; The public telephone booths are also common in villages and rural areas.

To call abroad from a public booth requires a LADATEL prepaid card that can be bought in shops and supermarkets.

In general, local calls are relatively inexpensive, however the cost of international calls are much more high compared to rates prevailing in other countries. If you want to save on calls abroad is recommended to use the reverse charge system.

The majority of hotels and accommodations in Mexico offer phone calls from the rooms offering privacy, to make international calls outside your hotel, however this service has an additional cost.

The cellular services widely practiced and offers a very wide coverage. There are many companies engaged in the sale and rental of equipment mobile telephones.

To call Mexico City tag:

011 (international access code) + 52 (country code) + 55 (Long Distance) + phone number to dial.

Key long distance from major cities in Mexico are:

Mexico DF / Mexico City: 55
Acapulco, State Guerrero: 744
Cabo San Lucas, State Baja California Sur: 624
Cancun, State Quintana Roo: 998
Chihuahua, State Chihuahua: 614
Ciudad Juarez - 656
Cuernavaca, State Morelos: 777
Durango, State Durango: 618
Ensenada - 646
Guadalajara, State Jalisco: 33
Guanajuato, State Guanajuato: 473
La Paz, State Baja California Sur: 612
Manzanillo, State Colima: 314
Merida, State Yucatan: 999
Mexicali, State Baja California Norte: 686
Monterrey, State Nuevo Leon: 81
Morelia, State Michoacan: 443
Nuevo Vallarta, State Nayarit: 322
Oaxaca, State Oaxaca: 951
Pachuca, State Hidalgo: 771
Puebla, State Puebla: 222
Puerto Vallarta - 322
San Jose del Cabo - 624
San Miguel de Allende - 415
Queretaro, State Queretaro: 658
Tijuana, State Baja California Norte: 664
Tuxtla Gutierrez, State Chiapas: 961
Veracruz, State Veracruz: 229
Villahermosa, State Tabasco: 993
Zacatecas, State Zacatecas: 492

Dial 040 for updated information as these these regional telephone prefixes may change.

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