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Talk360 is the #1 international calling solution for making reliable international or local calls to any phone without internet across the earth. With Talk360, you can call any landline or mobile number in Thailand. The benefit? Only the dialer needs to have the calling app installed. The receiver of the call does not even notice that you call via an app. Calling friends, family, clients, or business relations in Thailand with the Talk360 app is simple & saves you a lot of money.

In this guide, we inform you about interesting tips on how to call Thailand with Talk360, the benefits of our app, its differences with other calling services, & in the end, we offer you the fun facts about this great country.

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How to Call Thailand with Talk360

Keeping in touch with loved ones who are in a different country means high call prices & confusing calling criteria. To solve this, Talk360 makes calling Thailand simple & low cost. With Talk360, you can call Thailand at low per-minute rates.

To call a fixed line in Thailand from the United States, simply follow these straightforward calling tips:

  • first dial 011, the U.S. exit code;
  • next dial 66, the country code for Thailand;
  • 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 calling Thailand from anywhere in the world, you simply need to perform the following:

  • enter 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 Thailand. It’s usually a simple area or a city;
  • local number: The local number you would like to call.

Here is a list of major area codes and village calling codes in Thailand:

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RegionArea Code
Amnat Charoen/Si Sa Ket/Ubon Ratchathani/Yasothon45
Ang Thong/Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya/Suphan Buri35
Bangkok/Nonthaburi/Pathum Thani/Samut Prakan2, 10, 16, 18, 19
Buri Ram/Chaiyaphum/Nakhon Ratchasima/Surin44
Chachoengsao/Chon Buri/Rayong33, 38
Chai Nat/Nakhon Sawan/Phetchabun/Phichit/Uthai Thani56
Chanthaburi/Trat39
Chiang Mai/Chiang Rai/Lamphun/Mae Hong Son52, 53
Chumphon/Ranong/Surat Thani77
Kalasin/Khon Kaen/Maha Sarakham/Roi Et43
Kamphaeng Phet/Phitsanulok/Sukhothai/Tak/Uttaradit55
Kanchanaburi/Nakhon Pathom/Samut Sakhon/Samut Songkhram34
Krabi/Nakhon Si Thammarat/Trang75
Lampang/Nan/Phayao/Phrae54
Loei/Mukdahan/Nakhon Phanom/Nong Khai/Sakon Nakhon/Udon Thani42
Lop Buri/Saraburi/Sing Buri36
Nakhon Nayok/Prachin Buri/Sa Kaeo37
Narathiwat/Pattani/Yala73
Phang Nga/Phuket76
Phatthalung/Satun/Songkhla74
Phetchaburi/Prachuap Khiri Khan/Ratchaburi32

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

Fun facts about Thailand

  • Thailand is a relatively new name for the country. Thailand's name before 1939 was “Siam” and it was Siam again during the period from 1946-1948.
  • The official English name for the country is “The Kingdom of Thailand”.
  • The term “Siamese twins” originated here when the country was still known as Siam. Two brothers, Chang and Eng Bunker were joined at the chest and their life inspired the term, which has now been replaced by the preferred term “conjoined twins”.
  • The blue-eyed felines, Siamese cats, are native to Thailand.
  • The Southwest and Northeast monsoon winds are the key influencers of Thailand's climate.
  • Thailand has three “seasons” – wet, cool and hot. Typically, 6 months of rain, 3 months of dry, cool temps and 3 months of heat are seen annually.
  • While tap water is not safe for drinking in Thailand, local beer is. The high level of alcohol content in Thai beer kills the germs and it costs as little as a bottled water, making it a popular beverage around the country.
  • Thailand is the second-largest exporter of rice in the world, the most esteemed being Jasmine Rice which is indigenous to the country.
  • Rice is a staple at all meals, including breakfast and dessert. Rice is so important that in Thai, when one says they are hungry, the words literally translate to “I want to eat rice”.
  • Shaking hands is not common in Thailand. A typical Thai greeting is the “Wai”. Place your hands together and raise them upwards towards your face while lowering your head in a slight bow.
  • The higher you raise your hands during the Wai greeting, the more polite. It represents the status of the person you greet. For example, hands should be raised all the way to the bridge of your nose when greeting the elderly, but only to your chest for a peer.
  • Man-eating sharks are not native to the waters of Thailand, but poisonous jellyfish are.
  • The Tuk Tuk, an open air 3-wheel vehicle, originated in Thailand and is a common mode of transportation in Bangkok. The name “Tuk Tuk” is an onomatopoeia, mimicking the noise of the 2-cycle engines commonly used in the vehicles.
  • Bangkok is currently the world's most visited city, coming in first place in both 2016 and 2017.
  • The geography of the country is incredibly diverse, with mountains, rivers, plains, woodlands, waterfalls, beaches and islands all featured throughout Thailand's six regions.
  • In Thai, the word “ko”, meaning “island”, precedes the name of the island. When saying or writing the name of an island in English, either leave “ko” off (Phuket Island) or leave “island” off (Ko Phuket). If you say “Ko Phuket Island” it is redundant as it would translate into “Island Phuket Island”.
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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.

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The benefits of Talk360

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Receiver does not need internet

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What are the Differences with Other Calling Services?

Compared to other calling apps, Talk360 functions in a very specific manner. An amazing feature for new people is its free test call. Get the international calling app & be ready to perform international calls. This way, you can get an opportunity to see the amazing call quality of cross-border calls with Talk360 before you add call credit.

Another difference from most competitors is that the receiver does not need to have to be connected to the internet. A person who receives a call does not need to have Talk360 installed & they don’t need to connected to the internet. This is a unique difference compared to several other VOIP solutions! Next to that, you can call landline & mobile numbers using the app’s inexpensive international dialing prices. 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 handy. You use your phone number as a caller ID. It is not necessary to get a different SIM. Additionally, Talk360 has great training with a great helpdesk.

Now you know. Experience Talk360 right now. Your first 1-minute call is totally free! Next to that, 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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