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Now it is very easy to make an international phone call to Kyrgyzstan. Our online shop offers cheap calling cards to call Kyrgyzstan from the USA as well as from any other country in the world. more

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Rounding: 1 minute
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Rounding: 3 minutes
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How to make an international call to Kyrgyzstan from USA:

Dial the Access Number + Enter your PIN + 011 + Country Code + City Code + Phone Number

For example, if you want to make an international phone call to Bishkek here is how your dialing sequence will look:

Access # + PIN + 011 + 996 + 312 + Tel #

Country Code for Calling Kyrgyzstan: 996

Dialing Codes for Kyrgyzstan Cities
(Telephone Area Codes):
Batken O6, Bishkek 312, Issyk Kul 39, Jalal Abad 37, Naryn 35, Osh 32, Talas 34

Country Information

A Central Asian country of incredible natural beauty and proud nomadic traditions, Kyrgyzstan was annexed by Russia in 1864; it achieved independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Nationwide demonstrations in the spring of 2005 resulted in the ouster of President Askar AKAYEV, who had run the country since 1990. Subsequent presidential elections in July 2005 were won overwhelmingly by former prime minister Kurmanbek BAKIYEV. The political opposition organized demonstrations in Bishkek in April, May, and November 2006 resulting in the adoption of a new constitution that transferred some of the president's powers to parliament and the government. In December 2006, the Kyrgyz parliament voted to adopt new amendments, restoring some of the presidential powers lost in the November 2006 constitutional change. Current concerns include: privatization of state-owned enterprises, expansion of democracy and political freedoms, reduction of corruption, improving interethnic relations, and combating terrorism.

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