Communications in Brazil
- Official Language
- Other Languages Spoken
- Spanish is generally understood by the Brazilians. French is still spoken among the university elite, due to the tradition of its being "the language of culture".
- Business Language
- Portuguese and Spanish; English is not used very much.
- Getting Some Knowledge
- Use travlang.
- Free Translation Tools
Lexilogos : Dictionnaire en ligne
Eurodicautom : Dictionnaire de l'UE
- Quality of Communications
- Good quality; telephone boxes in all urban areas, and the mobile telephone network covers all the inhabited areas of the country.
- Telephone Codes
To Make a Call From Brazil, Dial 00
To Make a Call to in Brazil, Dial +55
- Number of Digits of National Telephone Numbers
- Use the operator code (021 or 023), then the State code (unless you are phoning inside the State), then the 8 digit number.
- Mobile Telephone Standards
- The network accepts bi-band telephones. You can buy a local chip without a subscription.
- National Mobile Phone Operators
- Tim, Claro, Vivo, Oi.
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