What does a French mobile number look like?
French people usually state phone numbers as a sequence of five double-digit numbers, e.g., 0x xx xx xx xx (and not, for example, 0 xxx-xxx-xxx or 0xxx-xx-xxxx or 0xx-xxx-xxxx).
What is a +33 number?
+33 is the code for international direct-dial phone calls to France.
How do I call a mobile in France?
To call France, simply:
- Dial the international access code for your country: for North America, this is 011; for the UK and other European countries, dial 00.
- Dial country code: 33.
- Dial the phone number, excluding the 0 at the beginning of the number (9 digits)
How are French numbers written?
French Numerals Are Composed with a Conjunction (More Often than In English) In English, we don’t say twenty-and-one; we simplify it to twenty-one. … In French, the conjunction is used from 20 above when we have 1 in the number. You’ll say (and write) vingt-et-un, trente-et-un, soixante-et-un, etc.