To verify your phone number, click on the "Call" button. You will receive the phone call in a few seconds, so you should have your telephone handy. If you don't receive the call, please make sure that the phone number fields have been entered correctly by you.
To make an international call, following 4 sets of numbers have to be dialed -
International Access Code - Country Code - Area Code - Phone Number
- International Access Code
This code has to be dialed to make any international call, and is always same for a given calling country, irrespective of the destination country. You are not required to enter this code in our system.
- Country Code
This is also called IDD or ISD code. This code is required only when dialed from outside a country, and is always the same for a given destination country, irrespective of the calling country. Here's a full list of country codes.
- Area Code
This is also called STD code. This code is required (for the most part) only when dialed from outside the local area.
- Phone Number
This is the actual telephone number.
- Extension (Optional)
Many companies have their own internal automatic PBX system to reach an employee. If you enter your extension number in our system, then our system will dial the extension once your company PBX system picks up the line. You can add lower case letter p in the extension for each 1 second delay, and have our system jump any hoops to reach you. Here are a few examples of valid extension numbers -
- 123 - Dial extension 123
- p123 - Wait for 1 second and then dial extension 123
- pp123 - Wait for 2 seconds and then dial extension 123
- pp8pp123 - Wait for 2 seconds, dial 8, wait for 2 seconds and then dial extension 123