How to Call Piura from the USA

If you’re reading this article, you’re probably in the market for cheap calls to Piura. Keep reading because Vonage can help you!

We have a plan called Vonage World Plus Latin America 100, and it can make unlimited1 calling to Piura a reality while still helping your budget.

For a low monthly rate, you’ll get unlimited1 calling to all the landlines in Piura (as well as all the rest of Peru of course). That unlimited1 calling also applies to landlines in Canada, Puerto Rico and the United States too. Not to mention the other 60-plus countries also included in our Latin America calling plan, 8 of which are based in Latin America. We’re not even close to done yet, because you’ll also get 100 included minutes to cell phones in Piura. Once you’ve used those up, you’ll still be able to connect with Piura mobiles for some of the lowest per-minute rates out there. Try it out for a month, and if you find this isn’t the right plan for you, you can take advantage of our 30-day money-back guarantee. That’s how sure we are that you’ll love what Vonage World Plus Latin America 100 can do for you.

For more on how to call Piura from the USA, we’ve put together a brief guide below:

  1. Start with 011 — the exit code for the US and Canada.
  2. Next, enter 51 — the country code for Peru.
  3. Then, dial 73 — the Piura area code.
  4. Last, enter the local 6-7 digit Piura phone number.

For assistance reaching destinations other than Piura, read our how to call Peru guide for a more detailed walk-through.

About Piura:

If you’re looking for a city with an interesting history, you’ve found it. Thanks to abundant irrigation, Piura is home to much of Peru’s agriculture. Our advice is to enjoy the charming cobbled streets and colonial-era architecture in the cooler months, so you won’t have to spend every free minute searching for air conditioning.

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.