How To Call Taipei From US

Get the technique for calling Taipei!

You used to complain about all the Taipei festivals (Dragon Boat, Ghost, Mid-Autumn, Lantern, etc.). But now you miss them terribly. And by ‘them’, we mean the festivals and your loved ones across the Pacific. But dab away your sadness, as Vonage has a plan to keep you connected: Vonage World®.

Sometimes you might feel like the distance between you and Taipei is wider than Taipei 101 is tall. If so, consider Vonage World your bridge back home, with unlimited¹ calling to Taipei (yes, really), which includes the ability to call Taipei mobiles whenever you want for one low monthly cost. Free calls to Taipei are included in Vonage World, so put this calling plan on your agenda today. And if you’re unsure on the dialing details, check out our calling guide below.

Steps for calling Taipei from USA:

  • Start off by dialing 011 – the US and Canada exit code.
  • Next, dial 886 – Taiwan’s country code.
  • Then, dial “2” – the Taipei area code.
  • Wrap things up with the local Taipei phone number.

Those are the four easy steps for calling Taipei from the US.
But what if some of my friends have moved to China?
Not to worry, check out our post on how to call China to learn how to dial them as well!

The topic of Taipei:

Founded in the early 18th century, Taipei boasts a population of 2.6 million and sits at Taiwan’s Northern tip. After developing into a key trade hub, Taipei was named capital of Taiwan in the late 1800s. Although not the largest city (by size), Taipei has quite the history. Less than ten years after Taipei was designated as Taiwan’s capital, the state fell under Japanese rule. In 1945, post-Japanese surrender, Taiwan (and thus, Taipei) came under the jurisdiction of the Republic of China.

¹Unlimited calling and other services for all residential plans are based on normal residential, personal, non-commercial use. A combination of factors is used to determine abnormal use, including but not limited to: the number of unique numbers called, calls forwarded, minutes used and other factors. Subject to our Reasonable Use Policy and Terms of Service.