Regular landline phone numbers in Buenos Aires consist of the city code (11), followed by an 8-digit number.
Cell phone numbers consist of the code (15), followed by an 8-digit number.
To call a landline in Argentina from outside the country, dial the country code (54), followed by the entire phone number with city code.
To call a cell phone in Argentina from outside the country, dial the country code (54), followed by the number (9), followed by the city code (11), and then the 8-digit number.
To make either international calls or calls to local cell phones from a Buenos Aires landline with limited service, buy an “Habla Más” card from your nearest kiosko, login to the service and then dial as if you are making a normal international call. This means that if you are trying to call a Buenos Aires cell phone with the “Habla Más” card, you will need to dial the cell phone as if you are calling from outside of the country as described above.
Useful country codes from around the world:
|UK: 00-44-number||Ireland: 00-353-number|
|US: 00-1-number||Israel: 00-972-number|
|Canada: 00-1-number||Italy: 00-39-number|
|France: 00-33-number||Netherlands: 00-31-number|
|Australia: 00-66-number||New Zealand: 00-64-number|
|Germany: 00-49-number||South Africa: 00-27-number|
|Sweden: 00-46-number||Belgium: 00-32-number|
|Bhutan: 00-975-number||Finland: 00-358-number|