Local Access numbers (numbers listed across "country - city") include city codes. You may not need to dial city code. Please check the local dialing pattern: local, regional or national calls can be different. Payphones clearly give the instructions. All hotels have them. In case of business or private situations, customers should just ask.
Certain Payphones or Hotels may restrict access or require additional charges for access to local and toll free numbers.
% MOBILE ACCESS BLOCKED
# SOME MOBILE ACCESS AVAILABLE
^ PAYPHONES MAY REQUIRE CARD OR COIN
@ MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE FROM PAYPHONES
& MOBILE PHONE/UNLIMITED LONG DISTANCE CALLING ACCESS
+ MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE FROM HOTELS
~ NDD = CARRIER SELECTION CODE: (NDD + CITY CODE) NOT USED WHEN CALLING LOCAL ACCESS NUMBER FROM WITHIN THE SAME CITY
* NEED TO DIAL CARRIER CODE "300" BEFORE DESTINATION NUMBER After entering the access number, please wait for the 'long tone' and dial 300, then proceed with the instructions listed above. Service does NOT work from rotary phones!
Premium Number is premium, offering national access; please check rates imposed by the telephone provider for access to this number.
Some locations may not offer toll-free access.
Some phones need to be Toll-free enabled. Check with your local PTT.
Local Access Numbers include city codes. You may not need to dial city code if you call from the city itself.
Check with local Hotels to ensure additional charges are not incurred when using lobby or room phones.