How to Call Bangladesh From India
Given below is the dialing procedure to call Bangladesh From India. You will find information on how to make an international call from India to Bangladesh fixed line number or mobile number.
Calling Bangladesh From India - Direct Dialing Numbers
To make a direct call to Bangladesh From India, you need to follow the international dialing format given in the box below. The dialing format is same for calling Bangladesh mobile or land line from India.
To call Bangladesh from India, dial:
880 - Area Code - Land Phone Number
00 - 880 - 8, 9 or 10 Digit Mobile Number
Follow the above dialing format while making a call From India to Bangladesh
- 00 - Exit code for India, and is needed for making any international call from India
- 880 - ISD Code or Country Code of Bangladesh
- Area code - There are 287 area codes in Bangladesh. If there is an area code dial area code of the city in Bangladesh you are calling after dialing ISD Code. If there is no area code dial the Recipient's Telephone Number after ISD Code.
How to call a mobile number in Bangladesh from India:
Given below is how you call an international call to a mobile phone number in Bangladesh from India
• 00 + 880 + 1?? ??? ????
• 00 + 880 + 1 ??? ????
• 00 + 880 + 1? ??? ????
Bangladesh - Emergency Numbers
|999 - Police, Ambulance, Fire|
Bangladesh ISD Code :
The Country code or ISD code of Bangladesh is 880.
Bangladesh Area Codes
There are 287 area codes in Bangladesh. You need to know the Bangladesh Area Codes to make an international call to Bangladesh from India.
00 - 880 - 3022 - TEL #
* Ignore the number within bracket while calling Bangladesh from another country. The number within bracket is to be dialed along with area code only while calling within Bangladesh
|City / Region||Area Code|
When to call Bangladesh from India
Know the time difference between Bangladesh and India to schedule calls in order to avoid untimely calls.
Current time in India :
Fri, 31 Oct, 2014, 10:39 PM +05:30
Current time in Bangladesh :
Fri, 31 Oct, 2014, 11:09 PM +06:00
India time is 30 minutes behind Bangladesh time