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I've seen "Phone 12345", "Phone: 12345", "Tel. 12345", Tel.: 12345" and others, and am wondering which one to choose for letterheads.
Also, are country code, area code and own number just separated by a space, or would it be more correct to put a hyphen or slash in between?
Tel.: (044) 000 000000
We usually put the international code into brackets as it is not required nationally.
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I suppose when using the same letterhead for international correspondence a lot, this would also be fine?
Tel.: ++44 (0)111 2222222
AnonymousThanks, Feebs!Why the 2 plus signs?
Is it something which is not being done in English?
The plus sign (only one is required) signifies the international dialling code (00 in many countries).
Would you put +44 (0)111 2222222 then?
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