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Exit Code for Italy

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Someone in Italy has asked me for my cell phone number. I would like to be able to tell them what the "exit" code is for their Italian phone, which should preceed my cell phone number. This individual does not make international calls, and is in the dark as I am.

I've checked on the Internet, but I'm not fully convinced I have the right information. This is what I've found out: Exit Code for an Italian phone is 00. The country code is 39. Therefore, the Italian resident would have to dial 00-39 before my area code and local phone number.

We want to be able to get in touch with each other when we are traveling in Italy.
Can anyone verify if this is correct?

I'm all set on my end with calling Italy.

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