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Talk360 is the most suitable international calling solution for making reliable international or local calls to any feature phone or smartphone across the earth. With this app, you can call any landline or mobile phone in Egypt. What’s great about that? Only the caller needs to have the Talk360 calling app installed. The receiver of the call doesn’t notice that you call via an mobile app. Calling friends, family, clients, or business relations in Egypt with the Talk360 app is reliable & saves you a lot of money.

On this page, we tell you about informative tips on how to call Egypt with Talk360, the benefits of our app, why it’s different from other calling solutions, & finally, we offer you the fun facts about this wholesome country.

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How to Call Egypt with Talk360

Keeping in contact with people abroad means high call prices & difficult to understand calling criteria. For this reason, Talk360 makes calling Egypt simple & affordable. With Talk360, you can call Egypt at low per-minute prices.

To call a landline in Egypt from the United States, simply follow these easy to follow calling tips:

  • first dial 011, the U.S. exit code;
  • next dial 20, the country code for Egypt;
  • then dial the area code (1-2 digits. See a sample calling code list below);
  • and finally, dial the phone number (5–7 digits).

If dialing Egypt from any country in the world, you simply need to perform the following:

  • type the exit code: It’s also referred to as the IDD code (International Direct Dialing) or ISD code (International Subscriber Dialing). For most countries, it’s 00 or +. For the USA and Canada, it’s 011;
  • phone code: Each country has a unique dialing code;
  • area code: This is the code for a part of Egypt. It’s usually a simple area or a city;
  • local number: The local number you would like to call.

Here is a list of the largest area codes and town calling codes in Egypt:

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RegionArea Code
10th of Ramadan15, 554
Alexandria3
Assiout88
Aswan97
Banha13
Beni Suef82
Cairo/Giza/Qalyubia2
Damanhur45
Damietta57
El-Arish68
El-Tor69
Fayoum84
Ismailia64
Kafr El-Sheikh47
Luxor95
Mansoura50
Marsa Matruh46
Minia86
Monufia48
Port Said66
Qena96
Red Sea65
Sohag93
Suez62
Tanta40
Wadi El-Gedid92
Zagazig55

You now understand how to dial Egypt. With Talk360, you simply have to buy credit and enter the mobile number you want to call.

Fun facts about Egypt

  • Cairo is the most populated city in Egypt and it's also the capital city.
  • Looking for Egypt language facts? The official language of Egypt is Arabic, but some people also speak other languages like French and English.
  • The official name of Egypt is Junhuriyah Misr al-Arabiya, meaning “the Arab Republic of Egypt” in English. The Egyptians also refer to their country as Misr, which can be used as a substitute name for Cairo.
  • With a total estimate of about 92.1 million people, Egypt is the largest Arab country in the world. It ranks higher than Iraq and Saudi Arabia which ranks 2nd and 3rd respectively.
  • Egypt is the 15th country with the highest population in the world, with 99% of the country's people living on just 5.5% of the land.
  • Tourism is a major economic activity in Egypt, accounting for about 12% of the country's workforce.
  • By virtue of area, Egypt is the 30th biggest country in the world. It measures approximately 1,001,450 square miles, which is almost 10 times larger than South Korea.
  • The shape of the Egyptian pyramids is said to have been inspired by the sun rays. According to the beliefs of the ancient Egyptians, the king's soul ascended along the sun rays to the sun god.
  • The Egyptian Flag is tricolor consisting of red, white and black colors. The red color is a representation of the struggle against the British colonialists before their independence. White represents the 1952 revolution that ended the monarchy without a war, while black symbolizes the oppression of the Egyptian under the British rule.
  • Egypt has the most Facebook users compared to any other country in the Middle East. It ranks 21st in the world, with an average of more than 20.14 million internet users. This social network highly contributed and led to the success of the 2011 Egyptian revolution.
  • Gypsy is a short name for “Egyptian”.
  • Egyptian hieroglyphs have over 700 symbols. This ancient language was used by Egyptians to write down their history and communicate, making it one of the earliest languages to be used. Much of what people know about Egypt is as a result of hieroglyphic writing found in archeological sites.
  • Most Egyptian traditions and festivals trace their origin back to the time of pharaohs. The Egyptians also draw many traditions from their religion (Islam).
  • Located at Giza, the Pyramid of Khufu is the largest Pyramid in Egypt. Measuring 146.7 meters in height, it's one of the oldest historic sites that remain largely intact. This Pyramid is also known as the Pyramid of Cheops.
  • Egypt is largely covered by a desert, receiving only 20mm of rain per year.
  • Approximately 95% of Egypt's population lives along the banks of river Nile, which is known to be the longest river on the globe.
  • Though Egypt is 90% desert, approximately 30% of their workforce is in agriculture.
  • The ancient Egyptians mummified both human beings and animals as they believed it would allow the dead to pass safely into the afterlife.
  • Ramadan is a national celebration that runs for a whole month and is held annually. During this time, the people fast during the day when the sun is up and break their fast when the sun sets and they can party, eat and drink.
  • Id al Fitr is one of the biggest celebrations in Egypt. It comes immediately after Ramadan and the Egyptians bake special cookies and host parties.
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What is Talk360?

Talk360 is an affordable and reliable international calling app that you can use to call any mobile and landline number in the world. Unlike free calling services, the receiver of the call does not need internet, or the app installed.

With Talk360 it is easy to start calling and affordable to keep calling! Who will you call?

The benefits of Talk360

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Receiver does not need internet

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No subscription. No new SIM.

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What are the Differences with Other Calling Services?

When looking at Talk360’s competitors, Talk360 functions in a different manner. An amazing feature for new people is its free test call. Get the Talk360 calling app & directly start to make global calls. This way, you have the opportunity to see the quality of cross-border calls with the Talk360 international calling solution before you add call credit.

Another difference from most competitors other calling apps is that the receiver doesn’t need to be connected to the internet. An individual who receives a call does not need to have Talk360 installed & they don’t need to be online. This is a unique difference compared to some other calling apps! Besides, you can call landline & mobile phone numbers using the app’s affordable international dialing rates. Only the person who makes the call is in need of a Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G, or 5G connection.

In addition, Talk360 doesn’t require a contract or a new SIM card for it to be useful. You use your phone number as the caller ID. It is not necessary to get a different SIM. In addition, Talk360 has great training with a great helpcenter.

Now you know. Experience Talk360 right now. Your first 1-minute call is completely free! Also, if you share the Talk360 calling app, you both can get free credit as soon as the person you invited makes the first call credit purchase.

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