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Talk360 is the best calling solution for making low cost international or local calls to any phone without internet across the world. With the Talk360 calling app, you can call any landline or mobile number in Iran. The benefit? Only the dialer needs to have the Talk360 app installed. The receiver of the call does not notice that you are communicating via an app. Calling friends, family, clients, or business relations in Iran with the Talk360 app is easy & saves you a lot of money.

In this guide, we introduce you to interesting tips on how to call Iran with Talk360, the benefits of the Talk360 app, why it’s different from other calling solutions, & lastly, we give you the fun facts about this great country.

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How to Call Iran with Talk360

Keeping in touch with connections who are in a different country leads to high rates & difficult to understand calling criteria. To solve this, Talk360 makes calling Iran easier & affordable. With the Talk360 calling app, you can call Iran at affordable per-minute rates.

To call a landline in Iran from the United States, simply follow these straightforward dialing tips:

  • first dial 011, the U.S. exit code;
  • next dial 98, the country code for Iran;
  • 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 you’re dialing Iran from on the globe, you simply need to perform the following:

  • place 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;
  • dialing code: Each country has a unique dialing code;
  • area code: This is the code for a part of Iran. It’s generally a simple area or a city;
  • local number: The local number you would like to call.

Here is a list of large area codes and city calling codes in Iran:

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RegionArea Code
Ardabil province45
Bushehr province77
Chahar-mahal and Bakhtiari38
East Azarbaijan41
Hamadan province81
Ilam province84
Isfahan province31
Kerman province34
Kermanshah province83
Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad74
North Khorasan58
Qazvin province28
Qom province25
Razavi Khorasan51
Semnan province23
Sistan and Baluchestan54
South Khorasan56
Tehran province21
West Azarbaijan44
Yazd province35
Zanjan province24

You’ve now learned how to dial Iran. With Talk360, you simply have to buy credit and enter the mobile number you want to call.

Fun facts about Iran

  • Iran is not an Arab country and Iranians are Persians.
    Most countries in the Middle East speak Arabic but we, Iranians, don’t speak Arabic, we speak Persian, our language is also known as Farsi.
    61% of Iranians are Persians while the rest of the population in the country consists of Azeris, Kurds, Lors, Arabs, Baluchs and other ethnic groups.
  • In Iran has its own calendar
    One of the interesting facts about Iran is that Iranians use their own calendar which is a solar calendar, meaning that its time reckoning is based on the Earth's movements around the Sun.
    The first day of the year is the first day of spring and it is called Nowrouz. The first 6 months have 31 days, the following 5 months have 30 days and the last month normally has 29 days but 30 days in leap years.
  • Iran or Persia
    Persia is Iran’s old name. In 1935, Reza Shah, king of Iran, changed the name of the country from Persia to Iran. Iran means the land of Aryans.
  • Iranian food is delicious
    Iranian dishes usually come with rice or a variety of flatbread. Slow-cooked stews with rice are the most popular dishes in Iran but there are a variety of kebab dishes too. Iranians love to have side dishes like salad or fresh herbs for every meal.
  • The weekend in Iran is Friday
    The weekend in Iran is Thursday and Friday. Thursday is like Saturday, banks and shops are open but some offices are closed, while Friday is like Sunday.
  • A thumbs-up is bad, really bad, in Iran
    When you are in Iran don’t give the thumbs-up sign to anyone. Basically giving a thumbs-up is like holding up your middle finger.
  • Iran is home to Zoroastrianism, one of the oldest religions in the world
    The religion was founded by the prophet Zoroaster in the 6th century BC. There are still Zoroastrians living in Iran today. Even though the majority of Iranians are Muslims, some of the main Zoroastrian’s feasts are still celebrated by all Iranians. Some of these festivities are Nowruz, Yalda, Charshanbe Souri.
  • Iranians say things they don’t mean
    When we talk to friends or family members we normally say phrases like “Ghorbunet Beram” or “Fadat”, which mean ”I will sacrifice myself for you”, but we don’t really mean it. Sometimes we want to show our love but some other time we just use it to end a conversation in a polite way.
  • The unique culture of Taarof
    This is another example of the previous fact, but this one is a little more complicated. Taarof is a social principle where people tend to be really, really polite. For example, when you are a guest your host might offer you something, you should always reply with “Nah, merci”, which means “no thanks”. Don’t worry, they will make the offer again and you can then accept it.
  • Blowing your nose in public is rude
    Blowing your nose might sound natural but don’t do it when you are in public in Iran. If you do it, you will get some very ugly looks.
    Blowing your nose in public is considered gross and rude in the Iranian culture, so if you have to do it you should use the washroom or any other private space.
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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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Affordable rates

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Receiver does not need internet

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Easy to use

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Free test call

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No subscription. No new SIM.

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Local payment methods accepted

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What are the Differences with Other Calling Services?

When looking at different calling apps, Talk360 functions in a specified manner. It starts with its free test call. Get the international calling app & immediately start to make cross-border calls. This way, you can get an opportunity to experience the amazing call quality of global calls with the Talk360 calling app before you make a purchase.

Another difference from most competitors is that the receiver doesn’t need to have to be connected to the internet. Someone who receives a call doesn’t need to have the Talk360 calling app on their phone & they don’t need to connected to internet. This is a unique difference compared to several other calling apps! Next to that, you can call landline & mobile numbers using the app’s low-cost international dialing rates. Only the caller is in need of a Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G, or 5G connection.

Next to that, Talk360 does not need a contract or a new SIM card for it to be handy. You use your phone number as a caller ID. No need for a different SIM. Next to that, Talk360 has sufficient training with a great helpcenter.

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

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