How to Call Mumbai From the USA

Never forget your roots. Or how to call home.

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Check out the details on how to dial Mumbai:

  • Start off with 011 — the U.S. and Canada exit code.
  • Next, dial 91— the India country code.
  • Then, enter 22 — the Mumbai area code (for landlines only).
  • And finally, the 8-digit Mumbai landline number or 10-digit cell number when you want to call Mumbai mobiles.

Got that? Good. In a nutshell, that’s how to call Mumbai.
And don’t forget Vonage World — the calling plan Vonage recommends when calling Mumbai from the USA. And even though you now know the Bombay area code, Vonage still has more details on calling India, so check out how to call India here.

Some background on Bombay/Mumbai:

Home to more than 20 million, Mumbai (known as Bombay until 1996) is one of the most heavily populated and important cities in India and the world. The infrastructure of Mumbai has improved so steadily that by the mid-19th century the city had become a major Arabian seaport. Known as a city of contrasts, Mumbai is recognized the world over for the depth of its poverty as well as its financial power, as a number of large multinational (as well as Indian) companies call Mumbai home. Mumbai is also home to Bollywood (India’s Hollywood) – which cranks out many more movies per year than its American cousin and is known the world over.

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