To call to France use the international country calling code +33 followed by the national phone number you want to call. France is located in Europe and uses Euro. It has around 66 217 509 inhabitants, 39 290 000 landlines and 62 280 000 cell phone users.
The country code +33 indicates that the phone number you are about to dial is to France in Europe. Before you call to France you should be aware of that they speak French (official) 100%, rapidly declining regional dialects and languages (Provencal, Breton, Alsatian, Corsican, Catalan, Basque, Flemish). You can see the exact location of this country code on the maps below.
Use the table below to find out from what city in France your missed call came from. The city dialing code is a prefix used before the local phone number and is indicating to what city you are about to dial. Keep in mind that cellphone numbers often don't have city prefix codes and therefore is not traceable to a city.
|Paris and Paris Region||+33-1|
|Southeast France and Corsica||+33-4|