Set the default country calling code

Read on to learn how to set the default country calling code. 


A country calling code, or country dial-in code, is a prefix dialed before the telephone number when placing an international call. For example +39 is the calling code for Italy. By default, the prefix will reflect the country code of your MultiLine number. 

Set the default country code 


  1. Open the dialer.
  2. Tap the current country code (example below: +39).
    screen of dialer with +39 country code visible at top of screen
  3. Tap from the list to select the desired country calling code.
    Screen showing list of countries and country codes arranged alphabetically


Desktop does not assume any given country code. You should always include the country code when adding contacts, dialing numbers, or entering numbers to text. 

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  • Created: 11/14/2023 3:55 pm EST
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