How to call Afghanistan from Saudi Arabia || Dial AF from SA

In this article, I will discuss how to call from Saudi Arabia to Afghanistan. We will cover both landline and mobile phone calls. We will also provide some tips on how to make international calls more affordable.

How to call a mobile number in Afghanistan from Saudi Arabia

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When you make an international call from Saudi Arabia to Afghanistan, at first you need to dial the exit code of Saudi Arabia. Then the country code for Afghanistan, and then the local phone number.

Here is the quick dialing format to call to AF mobile phone number from SA:

To call a Mobile Phone Number in Afghanistan from Saudi Arabia, dial:+ – 93 – 9 digits Mobile Number

Here are the steps to follow when making an international call from SA to AF:

  1. Dial 0, the exit code for Saudi Arabia. Nowadays, the plus sign (+) can be used instead of the exit code.
  2. Enter 93 the country code for Afghanistan.
  3. Enter the 9 digits’ local phone number.
  4. Press the call button and wait for the call to connect.

How to call a Landline Number in Afghanistan from Saudi Arabia

To call Afghanistan landline numbers from Saudi Arabia, firstly, you will need to dial the Exit code of Saudi Arabia. Secondly, the ISD code of Afghanistan. Thirdly, the area code, and finally the landline number.

Here is the quick dialing format to call to AF Landline number from SA:

To call Afghanistan from Saudi Arabia, dial:0 – 93 – Area Code – Land Phone Number

To make a landline call to AF From SA, you need to follow the international dialing format given below.

  1. Dial 0, Exit code for Saudi Arabia.
  2. Enter 93, ISD Code, or Country Code of AF.
  3. Enter the Area Code of the regional location. Search here for area codes for Afghanistan.
  4. Then dial the recipient’s telephone number.

***If there is no area code, dial the Recipient’s Telephone Number after ISD Code.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. What is an Exit Code?

    The exit code (For Saudi Arabia- 0) is sometimes referred to as the International Access Code or the International Direct Dialing (IDD) code. These prefixes are set to redirect calls or text messages to phone numbers registered in other countries. Nowadays, exit codes and the plus sign (+) can be used interchangeably. The plus sign is preferred by many because it works regardless of the country you are calling from.

  2. What is Country Code?

    The country code identifies the home country (For Afghanistan, 93) of the number that you are calling. If you are calling a mobile number, it is that mobile subscriber's home country regardless of where they are currently located in the world.

  3. What is Area Code?

    An area code refers to the regional location of a phone number within a country.

If you are still having trouble calling from Saudi Arabia to Afghanistan, don’t hesitate to let us know by leaving a comment below.

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