There are many districts, talukas and villages in New Delhi. Each region will be allotted its unique STD code no. Mostly people prefer a fixed landline number instead of mobile phones for commercial purpose. Many a times you need to make enquires of certain commercial commodities, in such a situation you may need the New Delhi STD code number along with the phone number to make a call. When we plan to visit a new place we make all the reservations before-hand. Now a days we just surf internet to find the contact information to make these reservations but many of them do not provide the STD code along with the contact info. Here you can find all the New Delhi STD code numbers. All the STD codes of New Delhi are provided for your convenience in the table alongside.
To find STD code in New Delhi, use the STD code finder presented by stdcodein.com. When you select New Delhi from the drop down box in the table alongside you will get STD code list of all the districts/talukas in the state. Further narrow down you search by selecting the desired city. This STD code locator tool will provide you with the New Delhi STD number you are searching for. If you know the STD code and want to find out to which city and state it belongs, use our search by STD code tool.
Here are some STD code details for New Delhi STD codes. Metro cities have shorter STD codes i.e. 2- digit numbers. Tier-2 cities in India have 3 digit STD codes. A telephone number is of 10 digits, it consist of 2 or 3 digit STD code and the phone number. When we are dialing from a landline phone in one STD code area to another area, a prefix of “0” is added to STD code. When we are dialing from a mobile phone in India to any landline then also we need to add “0” before the STD code irrespective of the area. A code of four or more digits, other than those comprising a subscriber's local telephone number determines the routing of a call. If dialing from outside India, a prefix of “+91” is required with the STD no. to connect a call.