How to call India from Canada?

Here’s what you can do if you need to call India from Canada. By simply using your mobile phone or landline, or buy a calling card or find an online long distance service provider. Whichever you choose, dialing the proper international number avoids extra charges. It’s easy to dial the wrong international number, but it can also be costly! Check out some options when calling India from Canada or the United States:


Using your mobile phone or landline is a convenient way to keep in touch, but it can also be expensive. It is important to research India calling rates and check with your provider for any special long-distance packages to avoid unexpected charges.

  • Step 1: Exit code – 011
    Your international phone number should start with North America exit code 011.
  • Step 2: Country code
    Followed by India Country code 91
  • Step 3: Area code and number
    Finally followed by area code and phone number: 91 9x xxxx xxxx
  • EXAMPLE: 011 91 9x xxxx xxxx
    A correctly dialed India city phone number will ensure your call will end up to the correct destination.

Call India from Canada


If you are currently a ttag customer, you will enjoy calling India using your mobile phone at cheap international calling rates! You no longer need to use the 011 prefix and then the number to make a long distance call internationally. You can use a 10 digit number we provide to your international phone number.  It’s that easy! Avoid operator fees too. Every new customer will get a $2.00 credit for using ttag! Check out how our cheap international calling rates below:

To get a ttag for your international phone number follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Go to
Step 2:
Enter the phone number you will be calling from.
Step 3:
Type in the international phone number you want to call starting 011
Step 4:
Enter the name of the contact
Step 5: Get a ttag (local phone number) and enjoy up to 333 minutes call India for free.

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