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AT&T Mobile Phone Calls within Paris and Rome - How to?

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It 's been a while since I was in Europe but we do use our AT&T mobile phones in the Bahamas without issue. However, how do we call a # in Paris, WHILE in Paris?

For example, if I need to call my hotel for something, while I am in Paris? what do I dial? Same question for Rome. Again, these are US AT&T, with international plans. It's just been a while. I know in the Bahamas, we just dial the #, but to dial back to the US, we have to dial +1 and the 10 digit number.

Also, to dial from one US AT&T phone to another, roaming in the same country, do we still use the +1 and 10 digit #?

Thanks!

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