Call New Delhi, India

This page provides in-depth information for making international telephone calls to New Delhi, India from any country in the world. New Delhi is also known as just Delhi.

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Delhi is the 2nd largest metropolitan area in India with a population of 18.3 million people. New Delhi, the capital of India, is located near Delhi and houses many government buildings. Both Delhi and New Delhi are located within the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT of Delhi). Delhi is located in state of Punjab in northern India. more on New Delhi >>

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Phone Number Formats to Call New Delhi

To make an international telephone call to New Delhi, you need to dial a phone number formatted correctly for either a landline or mobile phone as follows:

Call a New Delhi Landline Phone

ccc  91  11  nnnn nnnn 
access code
local subscriber

Call a New Delhi Mobile Phone

ccc   91  9x xxx xxxxx 
access code
mobile number

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How to Make an International Call to New Delhi

To make an international call to New Delhi, India, follow this international dialing procedure.

1. Dial your international access code / IDD:  ccc

Note that some mobile operators do not require dialing an IDD and/or allow use of substitute characters (such as '+') in lieu of an international access code.

2. Dial India country code:  91 

Dial country code +91 to reach any location in India. Country codes are also known as ISDs or international subscriber dialing codes.

3. Confirm that you have a 10-digit New Delhi local subscriber number

All India local subscriber numbers are 10-digits long. If you don't have a 10-digit number, then the next steps may correct the problem. If not, you will need to get a valid 10-digit number somehow. More on local subscriber numbers, including differences between landline and mobile numbers.

4. If you have an 11-digit New Delhi number starting with '0', remove the '0'

If your New Delhi destination phone number starts with a '0' - e.g., 011 45481800 or 094 451 23456, delete the '0'. The '0' is required only for domestic long distance calls (NLD calls).

5. Determine if calling to a landline or a mobile phone

India landline and mobile phone numbers are formatted differently. Landline numbers contain both an area code and a local subscriber number. Mobile numbers are always 10-digits and do not require a separate area code. Check here to learn how to tell landline numbers from mobile phone numbers.

6. If calling a New Delhi landline phone number...

New Delhi landline numbers consist of a 2-digit area code and an 8-digit local subscriber number (10-digits total). When written, sometimes there's a space separating the area code, sometimes not. If you have a 10-digit number, you can simply dial it. If not, use the area code below.

a. Dial New Delhi area code:  11 

New Delhi has just one 2-digit area code.

b. Dial the local subscriber number:  nnnn nnnn

New Delhi landline subscriber numbers are all 8-digits. You can lookup BSNL and other phone numbers here.

7. If calling a New Delhi mobile phone number...

Simply dial the 10-digit mobile number:  9x xxx xxxxx

All mobile phones in India have 10-digits and start with '9'. No area code should be dialed.

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Some countries, e.g., Australia, Brazil, France, and Singapore, have more than one international access code (or 'IDD'). These codes designate specific carriers, specific countries, or for other purposes. Be sure to use the correct international telephone prefix for your carrier or calling plan when calling New Delhi.

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