How to Call Pune, India provides detailed information for making international long distance telephone calls to Pune, India from any country in the world.

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Pune, sometimes known as Poona, is one of India's largest cities with a metro area population of over 5 Million people. It is located in western India about 100 miles inland from Mumbai. After Mumbai, Pune is the second largest city in the state of Maharashtra. Pune has a large student population and many educational institutions. Pune also has a growing industrial base, including IT businesses, manufacturing, glass, and sugar production. more on Pune >>

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Phone Number Format for International Calls

To make an international phone call to Pune, you generally will need to dial a phone number formatted as follows:

General International Phone Number Format
for Calling Pune

xxx 91  20  nnnn nnnn 
access code
local subscriber

Taking this general format, you need to plug in the outbound international access code for your originating country and the local subscriber number in Pune.

Note: this format applies to dialing Pune landline phone numbers. See below for dialing codes for calling Pune mobile phones.

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Landline vs. Mobile Phone Number Formats

In Pune, landline phones and mobile phones have different phone number formats. Both types of phone numbers are 10-digits long, but Pune landline phones include the 2-digit Pune area code (' 20 ') whereas Pune mobile phones do not require a separate area code.

The complete international phone numbers you should use to reach the two types of phones are shown below.

Landline vs. Mobile Phone Number Format
Pune landline numbers
(2-digit area code + 8-digit landline number starting with '2', '3', '4', or '6')
xxx 91 20 nnnn nnnn 
Pune mobile numbers
(10-digits starting with '9' - no separate area code)
xxx 91 9x nnn nnnnn 

Note: 11-digit mobile numbers have been announced and may be implemented at some point. As and when that happens, you will need the updated 11-digit mobile number to complete your call.

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Call Pune from Selected Countries

Follow the country links below for dialing codes, phone number formats, and step-by-step dialing instructions for calling Pune, India from these selected countries.

If your country is not listed, you can lookup international access codes / IDDs here and you can lookup country codes here.

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Some countries, e.g., Australia, Brazil, France, and Singapore, have more than one international access code (or 'IDD') to designate specific carriers, specific countries, or other purposes. Be sure to use the correct telephone code for your carrier or calling plan when calling Pune. Follow the country links above to find these codes.

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Call Pune from Any Country

To make an international call to Pune, India, you first need to dial the international access code (aka 'IDD') for your originating country. You can lookup the international access code for your country in the widget below.

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Insert your IDD at the maroon x's below to create a complete international phone number for calling Pune.

  • Phone number format to call a Pune landline number:
    'xxx 91 20 nnnn nnnn '
  • Phone number format to call a Pune mobile number:
    'xxx 91 9x nnn nnnnn '


  • Some countries, e.g., Australia, France, Singapore, use more than one IDD to designate specific carriers, specific countries, or other purposes. Be sure to use the correct code for your carrier or calling plan.
  • A '~' symbol indicates a dialing pause. Dial any numbers before the '~', then wait for tone before continuing to dial.

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