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Telephone in Thailand

Thailand’s country code is 66. Area codes begin with ‘0,’ which you drop when calling from outside the country. However, when making a
local call, dial the area codes first (e.g.. 02 for calling Bangkok area), then follow by the number.
In Thailand, assistance numbers are 100/233 2771 when making an international call and 100/183 (Thai) or 1133 (English) for local calls. You can make direct international calls from private phones, via hotel switchboards in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, or from central post offices in these and all other towns. Bangkok’s 24-hour overseas telephone center is next to the GPO on Charoenkrung Road. There are also international telephone shops in popular tourist centers. Dial 001 to get out of Thailand, the country code, the area code and then the number.

Public telephones accept 1, 5 and 10-baht coins. When dialing long distance, dial the area code (with the zero) and then the number. You can reach an AT&T operator on a number of AT&T USADirect phone boxes situated around Bangkok.

There are also 108 Pin Phone Cards that give access for both local and international calls from any telephone, even in the hotels. The prices of the card are 100, 300 and 500 baht, available at Seven Eleven and any major convenient stores throughout Thailand.