New Zealand country code
International phone number New Zealand: +64
|Dialing code for New Zealand is +64. It is the national prefix to be used to dialing to this country from another country.|
|International phone number||+64|
|ISO code 2:||NZ|
|ISO code 3:||NZL|
|Number of inhabitants:||4 252 277|
|Continent:||Australia and Oceania|
|Internet domain of country::||.nz|
|Languages:||English (New Zealand)
New Zealand - areas
|Auckland||+64 - 9|
|Dunedin||+64 - 3|
|Hamilton||+64 - 7|
|Howick||+64 - 9|
|Christchurch||+64 - 3|
|Invercargill||+64 - 3|
|Napier||+64 - 6|
|Nelson||+64 - 3|
|New Plymouth||+64 - 6|
|Palmeston North||+64 - 6|
|Rotorua||+64 - 7|
|Tauranga||+64 - 7|
|Timaru||+64 - 3|
|Wellington||+64 - 4|
|Westport||+64 - 3|
Phone area codeEach country area has its own local phone prefix. This phone prefix is added after IDD and international phone number. In case of local call (call just between areas not countries) you don't need to add IDD and international phone number.
Example: International call
+64 - 9 (Telephone number)
If you are calling inside country New Zealand , you don't need to dial IDD and international phone number (country code) of Auckland +64. Just dial phone area code of 9 and call number.
Example: Local call
0 9 (Telephone number)
Power plug in New ZealandIn New Zealand are used power plugs and sockets of type I 230 V and 50 Hz.
Traveling and New ZealandIf you are planning a business trip or vacation to New Zealand, you need to know the following information:
- New Zealand uses the phone code +64
- Type of electrical sockets in New Zealand is I 230 V and 50 Hz. You can see photos of electrical sockets above this article.
- If you plan to travel, you can book accommodation in New Zealand here.
Many hotels are ready for tourists and have electrical outlets of various types. You can use the area code +64 for New Zealand, call the hotel and find out which electrical outlets they have.