In this article, we will provide information about the Lebanon Key and how to use it from various countries around the world, in addition to the method of international calls to landlines and mobiles in Lebanon.

Are you thinking of making a phone call to Lebanon but you are not sure of the Lebanon calling code or you want to know the local phone codes for cities in Lebanon?

How to call a Lebanese phone number from abroad?

• The country calling code for Lebanon: 961
• International dialing prefix for calling from Lebanon: 00
• Local dialing prefix for local phone numbers in Lebanon: 0

Lebanon key

Lebanon key

To call a phone number in Lebanon, follow these steps:

1. Dial your country’s international dialing code (from North America you will need to call 011; from the UK and other European countries you will need to call (00-

2. Call Lebanon Key: 961

3. Dial the phone number in Lebanon, except for 0 at the beginning of the number.

To call the landline number in Lebanon from abroad, the form of the connection must be as follows:
The international access code -961, then the area code, then the landline number

To call a mobile phone number in Lebanon from abroad, the form of the connection should be as follows:
The international dialing code, -961, then the mobile phone number

How do we call Lebanon from Australia?

To call a phone number in Lebanon from Australia, simply:

1. Dial the international code to call Australia:
0011
2. Call the country code for Lebanon: 961
3. Dial the phone number in Lebanon, except for the 0 at the beginning of the number

How to call Lebanon from Canada?

To call a phone number in Lebanon from Canada, simply:

1. Call the international access code for Canada: 011

2. Call the country code for Lebanon: 961

3. Dial the phone number in Lebanon, except for the 0 at the beginning of the number

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How do we call Lebanon from the United States?

To call a phone number in Lebanon from the US, simply:

1. Dial the US international access code: 011

2. Call the country code for Lebanon: 961

3. Dial the phone number in Lebanon, except for the 0 at the beginning of the number

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How to call Lebanon from Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

To call a Lebanese phone number from Dubai (UK):
•Dial the international prefix for calls from Dubai (United Arab Emirates) This is 00 (or +) from mobile phones.
• Call the country code for Lebanon -961
• Dial the subscriber’s number, omitting the first zero if there is one.

How to call Lebanon from abroad by landline and mobile

Land line numbers in Lebanon consist of the area code and the subscriber’s number, and the area code consists of two digits.

For example, a number from Beirut is written as -01XXXXXX
Where 01 is the area code for Beirut.

The 0 prefix is ​​not dialed when calling from abroad to a Lebanese number, it is only used for calls within Lebanon. For example, to call a subscriber in Beirut on XXXXXX from abroad:

Dial the international prefix 00 (/+) and the country code for Lebanon (961) then the area code without a dependent zero and then the subscriber number eg 00961-1XXXXXX or
+961-1XXXXXX

The mobile number in Lebanon starts with the following numbers: 03,070,071,076,078,079,081,
The mobile number consists of nine digits, for example 03XXXXXXX

When calling a Lebanese mobile number from abroad, do not dial the prefix zero.

To call a mobile phone number in Lebanon from abroad, dial the international exit call prefix (00/+) and the Lebanese country code (961) then the subscriber number, for example-

-00961-3XXXXXXX or +961-3XXXXXXX

Brief information about Lebanon and its history

Lebanon key

Lebanon borders Palestine to the south and Syria to the north and west.

The East Lebanon mountain range forms long stretches of the border between Lebanon and Syria in the east, and the country shares a maritime border with Cyprus.

It is one of the smallest countries on the Asian mainland, covering an area of ​​10,400 square kilometres, compared to about a third the size of Belgium or about a third the size of the US state of Maryland. Lebanon has a population of 6.1 million (in 2019) including nearly 1.5 million refugees from Syria and Palestine.

Lebanon has made progress towards rebuilding its political institutions since 1991 and the end of the devastating 15-year civil war.

Under the Taif Agreement – a blueprint for national reconciliation – the Lebanese established a more equitable political system, particularly by giving Muslims a greater role in the political process, while institutionalizing sectarian divisions in the government.

Since the end of the war, the Lebanese have held several successful elections, most militias have been weakened or dissolved, and the Lebanese Armed Forces have expanded the central government’s authority over about two-thirds of the country.

During the civil war in Lebanon, the Arab League, in the Taif Agreement, embarked on the deployment of Syrian forces numbering about 16,000, mainly stationed east of Beirut and in the Bekaa Valley.

Damascus justifies its continued military presence in Lebanon by citing Beirut’s demands and the Lebanese government’s failure to implement all constitutional reforms in the Taif Agreement.

However, Israel’s withdrawal from southern Lebanon in May 2000 encouraged some Lebanese groups to demand that Syria withdraw its forces as well.

The adoption of Security Council Resolution 1559 in early October 2004 – a resolution calling for Syria to withdraw from Lebanon and end its interference in Lebanese affairs – has emboldened Lebanese groups opposed to Syria’s presence in Lebanon.

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