Prefixes 01, 044 or 045 to call any landline or mobile phone within the country will disappear. Yes, it is enough to dial 10 digits from next August 3rd, when the new telephone dial starts in Mexico.
Now, you will only need the long distance key and local number.
For example, to call Mexico City will be dialed 55 and the local number eight digits.
This new dial ingess won’t mean any extra cost on calls, nor will you have to change your phone equipment or do any paperwork
According to the Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT), it is no longer paid for the long distance.
In the cities of Mexico, Guadalajara and Monterrey the long distance keys are double digits and the local numbers of eight, but in the rest of the country the long distance keys are three digits and the local numbers of seven.
Cell phone calls
Forget dialing 044 to call local cell phones and 045 to call those in another state of the Republic. Everything will be 10 digits.
Whether you’re calling from a cell phone or landline, you no longer have to dial 01. Just include the long distance key and the local number of the national fixed number.
How to dial abroad?
To talk about Mexico abroad you first have to dial 00, then the country code, the city code and finally the number you want to call.
For example, to dial Paris, France, it would be 00-33-1 and eight-digit number.
How to dial from abroad to Mexico?
To talk about another country to Mexico you have to dial the access key to the international long distance service of the country from which it is called, then the country code and the 10 digits of the number you want to call.
That is, 011-52 and then the 10 digits.
How to call the 800?
To call 800 and in general all non-geographical numbers will also not be dialed the prefix 01 before.
For emergency numbers there will be no change and will continue to dial as before, i.e. 066, 911.
What we do in Animal Político requires professional journalists, teamwork, dialogue with readers and something very important: independence. You can help us keep going. Be part of the team.
Subscribe to Animal Politician, receive benefits and support free journalism.#YoSoyAnimal