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Talk360 is the best calling solution for making low cost international or local calls to any feature phone or smartphone across the world. With Talk360, you can call any landline or mobile number in The Philippines. The benefit? Only the caller needs to have the Talk360 calling app installed. The receiver of the call doesn’t notice that you are communicating via an mobile app. Calling friends, family, clients, or business relations in The Philippines with the Talk360 app is easy & saves you a lot of money.  

In this guide, we tell you about interesting tips on how to call The Philippines with Talk360, the benefits of our app, why it’s different from other calling solutions, & lastly, we present you with the fun facts about this wholesome country.  

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How to Call The Philippines with Talk360

Staying in touch with connections abroad leads to high call prices & confusing calling criteria. For this reason, Talk360 makes calling The Philippines reliable & affordable. With Talk360, you can call The Philippines at low per-minute rates.  

To call a fixed line in The Philippines from the United States, simply follow these straightforward dialing tips:

  • first dial 011, the U.S. exit code;  
  • next dial 63, the country code for The Philippines;  
  • 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 The Philippines 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;  
  • dialing code: Each country has a unique phone code;  
  • area code: This is the code for a part of The Philippines. It’s generally a general area or a city;    
  • local number: The local number you would like to dial.  

Here is a list of major area codes and town calling codes in The Philippines:

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RegionArea Code
Abra/Benguet/Kalinga-Apayao/Ifugao/Mountain Province74
Agusan del Sur/Agusan del Norte85
Albay5221
Antique/Aklan/Capiz36
Batangas4396
Bohol38
Bukidnon8851, 8853
Bulacan4422, 4463
Camarines Sur5446
Cavite46
Cebu32
Davao del Norte84
Davao del Sur/Davao82
Davao Oriental87
Ilocos Sur/Ilocos Norte77
Iloilo33
Isabela/Quirino/Batanes/Nueva Vizcaya/Cagayan Valley78
La Union72
Lanao del Norte/Lanao del Sur63
Leyte53
Misamis Occidental8834
Misamis Oriental8822, 8842
Negros Occidental3461
Negros Oriental35
North Cotabato6422, 6423
Palawan48
Pampanga4593, 4594, 4597
Pangasinan75
Quezon4235, 4244, 4251, 4264, 4279
Sorsogon/Masbate56
South Cotabato83
Surigao del Sur8622
Western Samar55
Zambales4761, 4765
Zamboanga del Norte/Zamboanga del Sur65
Zamboanga del Sur62

You now understand how to call The Philippines. With Talk360, you only have to buy airtime and enter the mobile number you want to communicate with.

Fun facts about the Philippines

  • The Philippines Consists of More Than 7,000 Islands
    The official count is 7,641, which makes it among the largest archipelagos on the planet.
    The most interesting part, though, is that most of those islands are unnamed on international maps. Locals might know their way around the island they grew up on, but outsider knowledge of most of the islands is pretty limited.
  • The Philippines Is the Only Majority-Christian Nation in Asia
    This is a consequence of three centuries of Spanish rule. The vast majority of Filipinos — about 86 percent — identify as Roman Catholic.
  • There Are More Than 170 Languages Spoken in the Philippines
    More precisely, there are 175 languages, but four of those are tribal dialects that probably have no living speakers anymore.
    The official languages of the country are Filipino and English.
  • Early Human Ancestors Lived on the Islands at Least 700,000 Years Ago
    In 2018, a dig site in Luzon’s Kalinga province turned up stone tools and the fossils of butchered animals that date to around 709,000 years ago.
  • Boracay Has Some of the Most Gorgeous Beaches on the Planet. But the Island Closed for Tourists in 2018 Because of Environmental Degradation
    In 2018, the Filipino government closed the beach for six months for a period of redevelopment. The island is still closely monitored and protected to this day.
  • English-Speakers Should Have No Trouble Getting Around the Philippines
    This is the fifth largest English-speaking nation in the world, behind the USA, India, Pakistan and the United Kingdom.
  • The Philippines’ Biodiversity Is Some of the Richest on the Planet
    There are more than 1,000 vertebrate species on the land that include more than 100 unique mammals and 170 unique birds.
  • A Significant Portion of Filipinos Work Abroad
    About 11% of the Philippines’ population works overseas, many as nurses.
  • Consequently, Remittances Are Important to Many Families Still Living in the Country
    In fact, money sent home from overseas workers surpasses foreign direct investment as a source of foreign currency in the Philippines.
  • Most Filipinos Don’t Eat With Chopsticks
    Though people in most neighboring countries prefer chopsticks, Western cutlery is the norm in the Philippines.
  • Be Ready to Eat Plenty of Lumpia (Spring Rolls) If You Attend Any Kind of Celebration in the Philippines
  • Filipinos Love Basketball
    The country’s professional league, The Philippines Basketball Association, is the second oldest in the world after North America’s NBA.
  • The Island of Camiguin Has More Volcanoes Than Towns
  • The National Bird of the Philippines Is Called the Monkey-Eating Eagle
    Locally, it’s more commonly known as “the Philippine eagle,” but the other name is apt, too — this bird has a wingspan of around 2 meters and can weigh 8 kilograms.
  • Another Filipino Creature With a Great Name: The Stink Badger
    There are two species of stink badgers in the Philippines and Indonesia; all the other species of the Mephitidae family live in the Americas.
  • The Longest Snake in the World Lives in the Philippines
    It’s called the reticulated python, and it can grow to be nearly 9 meters (29 feet) long.
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What are the Differences with Other Calling Services?

When looking at Talk360’s competitors, Talk360 functions in a different manner. First is its free test call. Get the app & be ready to make global calls. This way, you can get an opportunity to experience the quality of global calls with the Talk360 international calling solution before you make a purchase.

Another difference from most of the calling apps other calling apps is that the receiver doesn’t need to have internet connectivity. An individual 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 some other international calling solutions! Besides, you can call landline & mobile phone numbers using the app’s affordable international dialing rates. Only the person who is calling is in need of a Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G, or 5G connection.  

Next to that, 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. No need for a different SIM. Additionally, Talk360 has sufficient training with a great helpcenter.  

Now you know. Experience Talk360 directly. Your first 1-minute call is totally free! Additionally, 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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