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You do not have to dial the "+" sign...

people just put it the phone number to make it easier to read...

assuming you are dialing FROM the US,

Dial:

011

<country code>

<area code, or whatever they call it>

<number>

Example: to call Brazil (country code 55) in the Rio de Janeiro area (area code 21) to phone number 123-4567, i would dial:

011 55 21 1234567

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