International Search Frequently-Asked Questions

How do I call the Caribbean and Canada?

Some countries outside the United States need to be dialed using 1+ area code, rather than 011+ country code +city code. This is because they belong to the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) Area which organizes telephone dialing. Use 1+ the following area codes to dial these countries:

  • United States and its territories
    (including 671 Guam, 787 Puerto Rico, and 340 Virgin Islands)
  • Canada
  • 441 Bermuda
  • 264 Anguilla
  • 268 Antigua and Barbuda
  • 242 Bahamas
  • 246 Barbados
  • 284 British Virgin Islands
  • 345 Cayman Islands
  • 767 Dominica
  • 809 Dominican Republic
  • 473 Grenada
  • 876 Jamaica
  • 664 Montserrat
  • 670 Northern Mariana Islands
  • 869 St. Kitts and Nevis
  • 758 St. Lucia
  • 784 St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • 868 Trinidad and Tobago
  • 649 Turks and Caicos

To dial countries within this area (Canada, the U.S. territories and the above Caribbean islands):

  • Use 1+ the area code + the local number
  • Do not use the international access code 011
  • Do not use a separate country code