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Talk360 is the most suitable international calling solution for making affordable international or local calls to any phone without internet across the world. With the Talk360 app, you can call any landline or mobile phone in Italy. What’s good about that? Only the caller needs to have the Talk360 app on their phone. The receiver of the call does not even notice that you are communicating via an app. Calling friends, family, clients, or business relations in Italy with the Talk360 app is easy & saves you a lot of money.

in this blog, we tell you about helpful tips on how to call Italy with Talk360, the benefits of the Talk360 international calling app, why it’s different from other calling solutions, & finally, we give you the fun facts about this wholesome country.

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How to Call Italy with Talk360

To remain in contact with friends and family who are in a different country leads to high call prices & difficult to understand calling criteria. Now, Talk360 makes calling Italy easier & low cost. With the Talk360 VOIP solution, you can call Italy at affordable per-minute prices.

To call a fixed line in Italy from the United States, simply follow these easy to follow dialing tips:

  • first dial 011, the U.S. exit code;
  • next dial 234, the country code for Italy;
  • 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 Italy 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;
  • country code: Each country is assigned a unique phone code;
  • area code: This is the code for a part of Italy. It’s usually a simple area or a city;
  • local number: The local number you would like to dial.

Here is a list of major area codes and city calling codes in Italy:

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RegionArea Code
Agrigento0922, 0925
Alessandria13
Ancona071, 0731, 0732
Andria Barletta Trani883
Aosta Valley0165, 0166
Arezzo575
Ascoli Piceno735
Asti141
Avellino825
Bari80
Benevento824
Bergamo035, 0346, 0363
Biella15
Bologna51
Bolzano/Bozen471
Brescia030, 0364, 0365
Cagliari70
Caltanissetta933
Caltanissetta and Enna934
Campobasso874
Caserta823
Catania095, 0942
Catanzaro961
Como031, 0344
Cremona0372, 0373
Cremona/Monza362
Crotone962
Cuneo171
Fermo734
Ferrara532
Florence55
Foggia0881, 0882, 0884
Forli-Cesena543
Frosinone776
Genoa010, 0185
Gorizia48
Imperia183
Isernia865
L'Aquila862
La Spezia187
Lecce832
Lecco341
Livorno0565, 0586
Lodi371
Lucca583
Macerata0733, 0737
Mantua376
Massa-Carrara585
Messina90
Milan2
Modena59
Monza39
Naples81
Novara0321, 0322
Oristano783
Padova49
Palermo091, 0921
Parma521
Pavia382
Perugia75
Pescara85
Piacenza523
Pisa50
Potenza975
Prato574
Ravenna545
Reggio Calabria965
Reggio Emilia522
Rimini541
Rome06, 0774
Rovigo0425, 0426
Salerno089, 0974
San Marino549
Sassari079, 0789
Siena577
Sondrio0342, 0343
Taranto99
Trapani924
Trento461
Treviso0422, 0423
Trieste40
Turin011, 0122, 0125
Udine432
Varese33
Vatican City6698
Venice041, 0421
Verbano-Cusio-Ossola324
Vercelli161
Verona45
Vibo Valentia963
Vicenza0424, 0444, 0445

You’ve now learned how to call Italy. With Talk360, you simply have to buy airtime and enter the mobile number you want you want to reach.

Fun facts about Italy

  • Italy is the fifth most visited country in the world, welcoming some 46 million foreign visitors annually. It’s also the fifth most populous country in Europe.
  • Many musical terms are written in Italian because early composers from the Renaissance era were Italian.
  • Europe’s three active volcanoes, Etna, Stromboli, and Vesuvius are all located in Italy.
  • In the city of Turin, dog owners must walk their pooch at least three times a day or risk being fined. Woof.
  • La famiglia is very much a part of the Italian culture. In fact, it’s common for single children to live at home until their 30s.
  • Italy is home to the world’s oldest university, the University of Bologna founded in 1088.
  • Don’t be surprised if your hotel in Italy doesn’t have a 17th floor. Italians believe that this number is unlucky because when the Roman numeral for 17 (XVII) is rearranged it looks like VIXI, which means “I have lived,” a symbol that’s associated with death.
  • Italy is the fifth most visited country in the world, welcoming some 46 million foreign visitors annually. It’s also the fifth most populous country in Europe.
  • There are only 21 letters in the standard Italian alphabet. The Italian alphabet doesn’t have the letters J, K, W, X or Y.
  • Almost four-fifths of Italy is either mountainous or hilly.
  • Ballet originated in Italy during the 15th century and it was Catherine de Medici who introduced it to France later on.
  • On the beaches of Eraclea on the Venetian Lido, it’s illegal to make sandcastles or any other kind of sand structure.
  • Unsurprisingly, Italy is the world’s largest exporter of wine. However, it’s the second largest producer of wine after France.
  • On average, Italians eat half a pound of bread a day. What’s more, estimated pasta consumption is 70 pounds per person annually.
  • Bread is not meant to be an appetizer. Rather, Italians use it to wipe the remaining sauce off their plate.
  • When dining in Italy, don’t ask for salad dressing or other condiments. Olive oil is the only acceptable “condiment” in Italy.
  • From Cappelletti to Cavatelli, there are over 140 types of pastas. Some of these pastas are only native to specific regions.
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The benefits of Talk360

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What are the Differences with Other Calling Services?

When looking at Talk360’s competitors, Talk360 functions in a different manner. It starts with its free test call. Get the Talk360 calling app & directly start to make cross-border calls. This way, you can get an opportunity to experience the amazing call quality of global calls with Talk360 before you add call credit.

Another difference from most of the calling apps is that the receiver doesn’t need to have internet connectivity. A person who receives a call does not need to have Talk360 on their phone & they don’t need to connected to the internet. This is a unique difference compared to several other international calling solutions! Besides, you can call landline & mobile numbers using the app’s affordable international calling rates. Only the person who is calling has to have a Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G, or 5G connection.

Additionally, Talk360 does not 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 helpdesk.

Now you know. Experience Talk360 directly. 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 credit purchase.

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