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    I am wanting to put my mobile number on a letter for some one in Florida to ring the UK.
    If my mobile number starts 0876...... what numbers do they put in front of this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isafari, post: 32786
    I am wanting to put my mobile number on a letter for some one in Florida to ring the UK.
    If my mobile number starts 0876...... what numbers do they put in front of this?

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    011 44 then drop the 0 from your mobile.





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    Thank you John ..... I can get my SW letter posted off now :p015:

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    Thanks John Im making notes of this, good question too Isafari. I'd completely forgotten to ask



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    Guys, the UK code from the US and the rest of the world is 00 44.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cathydisneynut, post: 33021
    Guys, the UK code from the US and the rest of the world is 00 44.
    :shocked025: I've already posted my letter off....

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    I have 011 coded in my cell phone and it has worked for me. Is it perhaps different from a UK cell phone?





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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 33102
    I have 011 coded in my cell phone and it has worked for me. Is it perhaps different from a UK cell phone?
    I've phoned using both landline and cell, it has shown as 0044 or +44. Could be different on the US mobile networks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cathydisneynut, post: 33107
    I've phoned using both landline and cell, it has shown as 0044 or +44. Could be different on the US mobile networks.
    Interesting because I have to use the 011 on my land line also. And if you do a search for international calls it says to dial 011





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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 32884
    011 44 then drop the 0 from your mobile.
    ok.....I got a pal in Tampa to just ring my mobile using the above to see if it would work....and it worked :p015:
    So....the number I put on my letter should be fine.

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