How to Call Bangalore From the USA

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A quick guide on how to call Bangalore:

  • Start by dialing 011 — the U.S. and Canada exit code.
  • Next, enter 91 — the India country code.
  • Then, key in 80 — the Bangalore area code (for landlines only).
  • Finish dialing with either the 8-digit Bangalore landline or 10-digit Bangalore mobile number.

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A blurb on Bangalore:

The headquarters of India’s Information Technology (IT) industry, Bangalore is India’s third largest city, with a population of just over 8.5 million (as of 2011). Bangalore continues to grow, and is renowned for its sparkling academic reputation. Due to the supply of highly educated and talented labor, plus the presence of the IT industry, it’s no wonder Bangalore is one of the best cities in the world for entrepreneurs.

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