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Calling different phones while in Italy

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I'm going to be in Italy with an Italian SIM card in my phone (+39 xxx-xxxx-xxx). My friend, will be bringing her US phone, which will still contain her US SIM card. My question is how do I call her when we are both in Italy? Do I need to use the +01 USA country code even though she's not in the US? Or do I simply dial her 10 digit number (xxx-xxx-xxxx)?

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