- I only get an automatic answering machine.
The international access code for Norway is 00, (this is valid most over Europe).
You get an automatic answering machine in the country you are calling
to, (not from the country you are calling out of), saying: This number
is not in use, (or the machine is saying something you do not understand?)
1 You can assume that the international access code and the country code are correct. You can also assume that the first digit in the area code exists in the country you are calling. Even if it might not be correct regarding the number you are trying to call.
2 The error is with a great deal of probability in your local telephone number. What you ought to do depends on where you got this number. Is it a number you used earlier, but some time ago, you should look for changes to the local area codes in our info-pages? (For this country).
3 If you got the number from somebody else, try to find it in the data base covering this country, and see if the number corresponds.
4 You can also try to call your international inquiry and have them check it out. They have a list over all changes concerning country codes and area codes. In Norway this service has the telephone number 181, and is open 24 hours.
Please read our "Help-pages" and our "FAQ" before you mail us any questions.
Wajens Internet Group will try to give you the information you need to utilize the different search-pages which are available. E.g. to find companies or persons in your own country or abroad in a time-consuming way.