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NEW DIALING FORMAT FOR CALLING MEXICO

Residential and Cellular or Mobile

AT&T reminds callers to Mexico to take note of the new dialing format that will become effective February 17. The change requires callers to dial two extra digits after the International Access Code (011) to complete their calls to Mexico. The new format is a result of the reduction in the number of Mexican long- distance codes, from a total of 1,464 to 401, to consolidate service areas.

For the past three months callers to Mexico have been able to dial the 10-digit or 12-digit numbers to connect to their friends and family. Starting February 17, however, the old 10-digit numbers will not work.

"Our records show that 50 percent of our callers to Mexico are already dialing the new 12-digit numbers, said Maria Suarez, AT&T international consumer long distance director. "We want to make sure that the other 50 percent know how to keep in touch with their families in Mexico after February 17.

Following are the new dialing instructions for the three most frequently called regions in Mexico from the United States:

  • Mexico City: (011) 52-55, plus the 8-digit telephone number.
  • Guadalajara: (011) 52-33, plus the 8-digit telephone number.
  • Tijuana: (011) 52-664, plus the 7-digit telephone number.

To get new area codes or more information about the new dialing format, AT&T customers can call 1-800-869-1707. For a complete list of dialing instructions for regions in Mexico, visit the AT&T global website at www.att.com/global.

To dial a mobile or cellular phone number, add a 1 after the country code and before the city code. For example:

  • Chihuahua City, Chih: (011) 52-1-614, plus the 7-digit cell number from wireless companies Telcel, Movistar, Iusacell, or another mobile company in Mexico.

 

 

 
 
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