New Zealand Country Code
For data processing and communications and New Zealand and it's dependent areas is represent by a New Zealand Country code. New Zealand country code is a short numeric geographical code (geocodes) developed by the ISO 3166-1 system. New Zealand country code is freqently refered to as New Zealand dialing codes or New Zealand E.164 calling code.
New Zealand Country Code is used when dialing to New Zealand from outside New Zealand. New Zealand Country Code is however not used when dialing within New Zealand.
To call New Zealand from outside New Zealand, you have to dial the your own country's International Direct Dialing prefix (IDD), New Zealand Country Code, City/ Area Code, and then the subscriber telephone number as:
Your Countries International Direct Dialing Prefix (IDD) +64 (New Zealand Country Code) + City Area Code + Number you wish to call.
When dialing from a mobile phone outside New Zealand into New Zealand, Dial '+' +64 (New Zealand Country Code) + City Area Code + Number you wish to call. (The "+" can be reached by holding down the "0" key until it turns into a "+". The "+" is universal prefix for all international mobile telephone calls including New Zealand)
New Zealand International Direct Dialing prefix (or IDD) is used when dialing from the New Zealand to outside the country (Refer to international dialing New Zealand code or New Zealand international access code). Do not use New Zealand IDD when dialing within New Zealand.
New Zealand National Direct Dialing prefix (or NDD) is used when dialing to a destination within the New Zealand (Refer to dialing New Zealand code). Do not use New Zealand National Direct Dialing prefix when dialing from outside New Zealand into New Zealand. New Zealand NDD is only used as long distance dialing within the country.
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