To make a telephone call to Djibouti from Nigeria, you actually will need to dial the following structure:
When phoning to Djibouti, you are expected to drop the 1st digit of the telephone number. This is because, telephone numbering plans in Djibouti use a so called Telephone Trunk Code (Trung Prefix). This is usually the digit ’0‘ (zero) which is usually placed in front of phone numbers for calls originating inside the country. Having said that, this specific digit needs to be left out every time you are dialling an overseas destination.
Generally there are instances when an international phone call may not proceed through. Some of the reasons are explained down below:
Telephone area codes in Djibouti are usually referred to as Numbering Plan Areas (NPAs). It had been previously identified as STD codes in Djibouti.
These telephone area codes are crucial only if dialling from outside the phone code number area. However it is critical when making a telephone calls from the mobile phones.
Telephone area codes or city codes in Djibouti generally indicate geographical areas inside Djibouti which are covered by hundreds of telephone exchanges.
The phone area code in Djibouti is by and large preceded in the dial string by the Djibouti country code or the international access code for Djibouti.
Telephone Area codes in Djibouti tend to be quoted along with the country access code number for Djibouti.
To make an overseas phone call from Djibouti, first dial the IDD code which is “00″, then the country code.
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