Ddd and Ddi – How to Do Each of the Links?

Well, come on: many still get pretty confused on how to make a DDD connection, between different regions or states of Brazil or a DDI link, from those we do to other countries. There are many doubts because cell phone connections were different in the past, the connection model before the operators entered the scene was also different and today all of them are confused with the different models. But let’s make this clear.

Ddd and Ddi – How to Do Each of the Links?

First, to call other states or regions of different DDD code, you will need to enter the following numbers:

  • Inter-district out of State / Other DDD : 0 + Telephone Operator’s Code + DDD Code of destination destination + Telephone No..
  • Interurbanas to Charge : 90 + Telephone Operator’s Code + DDD Code of destination location + Telephone number.

Remember that in order to use the second option, the destination phone must be on the account or have credits to receive your calls. And to help you, maybe you should have the DDD of the main cities in Brazil:

  • Rio Branco – 68
  • Maceió – 82
  • Macapá – 96
  • Manaus – 92
  • Salvador – 71
  • Ilhéus – 73
  • Juazeiro – 74
  • Fortaleza – 85
  • Juazeiro do Norte – 88
  • Brasília – 61
  • Vitoria – 27
  • Goiânia – 62
  • São Luís – 98
  • Cuiabá – 65
  • Campo Grande – 67
  • Belo Horizonte – 31
  • Uberlândia – 34
  • Poços de Caldas – 35
  • Belém – 91
  • João Pessoa – 83
  • Curitiba – 41
  • Londrina – 43
  • Maringá – 44
  • Recife – 81
  • Teresina – 86
  • Rio de Janeiro – 21
  • Volta Redonda – 24
  • Natal – 84
  • Porto Alegre – 51
  • Caxias do Sul – 51
  • Porto Velho – 69
  • Boa Vista – 95
  • Florianópolis – 48
  • São Paulo – 11
  • São José dos Campos – 12
  • Santos – 13
  • Ribeirão Preto – 16
  • São José do Rio Preto – 17
  • Campinas – 19
  • Aracaju – 79
  • Palmas – 63
  • Now, to make DDI calls we need an extra number, which is the DDI code of the destination country. Let’s see the correct order of numbers in a DDI call:
    • International – DDI : 00 + Telephone Operator Code + DDI Code of Destination Country + Area Code (if applicable) + Telephone Number.

    Unclogging the regional area codes of the destination country, when they occur, is a bit difficult to put here in this article. To begin with, we have listed the main IDD codes used by Brazilians:

    • Spain – 34
    • Italy – 39
    • Portugal: 351
    • France: 33
    • Switzerland: 41
    • Japan: 81
    • China: 86
    • Australia: 61
    • USA and Canada: 1
    • Ireland: 353
    • United Kingdom: 44

    As you have seen, there are many codes and there are many others that may be necessary. They are all available online and there are many international network simulators that will help you make your calls quickly and practically. You can also call your telephone operator’s service and ask for help with the call or until the operator makes it for you. We hope we have helped!