I know there are a couple of other threads on this topic, but I didn't see one that addressed my particular question.
Most European numbers I have seen are kind of like this French number: 33 (0)6 07 13 45 67
My question is about the "0."
I understand that if I am dialing from the US, I do not dial the 0.
If I am dialing the number from a French phone, I dial the 0.
But what do I dial if I am calling from my US phone while in France?
Dial it as if you are in the USA.
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vknowles, we want you to stay connected while you travel in France. This is the best place to start for your travel details. http://spr.ly/6589D5dFB I show that while you're in France, you need to dial plus sign, then country code (33), then local number with area code (if applicable). Does this help?
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