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Post offices 

You can check the post offices at the following link:

www.sepomex.gob.mx/ServiciosLinea/Paginas/copostales.aspx

 

Letters and postcards

If you want to send a letter or postcard, we suggest you go to the post office. There you can request registered mail and receive an acknowledgement of receipt when your mail reaches its destination. Post offices are open from Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Another option is to use express mailboxes –which are red and located on the street–, but first you will have to buy stamps at a post office.


Use of telephones

Public telephones operate with pre-paid cards you can purchase at newspaper stands or in some convenience stores (outside of these stores you will see a sign that reads: LADATEL sold here). They can be purchased for 20, 30, 50 or 100 pesos. Telephones having a “LADA” sign, allow long distance calls; for local calls, those operated by TELMEX offer the best rates.

 

To call from the United States to Mexico:

To call from a local telephone from the United States to Mexico, you must dial the country code (52), followed by the “LADA” code of the city and the local number. All land lines have ten numbers after the 52 country code. Telmex, Axtel, Cablevisión, Movistar, Alestra, Maxcom and Megacable.

For example:

To call Cancun, Quintana Roo, from the United States:
52 + 998 + xxx xxxx

To call from a mobile phone from the United States to Mexico, you must dial the country code (52), followed by the number 1, and the LADA code for the city, and then the number of the mobile phone. All mobile phones have 11 numbers after the number 52 country code. Telcel, Iusacell and Unefon are the companies providing cell phone services in Mexico.

For example:

To call a cell phone number in Cancun, Quintana Roo, from the United States:
52 + 1 + 998 + xxx xxxx

 

To call from Mexico to the United States:

To call from Mexico to the United states from a pay phone or a land line, you must dial the code for international calls (00), followed by the country code for the United States (1), the code of the city and the local number. You must dial 13 numbers in all.

For example:

To call from Mexico City to Los Angeles,California:
00 + 1+ 213 + xxx xxxx 


To call from Canada to Mexico:

To call from Canada to Mexico from a local telephone you need to dial the code for international calls (011) + the country code (52) + the area prefix + the telephone number (7 digits). The major telephone companies are Telmex, Axtel, Cablevision, Movistar, Alestra, Maxcom and Megacable.

Example: To call Cancun, Quintana Roo, from Canada:
011+52 + 998 + xxx xxxx


To call from Mexico to Canada:

To call from Mexico to Canada from a telephone booth or land line, dial the prefix (00) + the country code (1) + the area code for the city + 7 digits of the number.

Example: to call from Mexico City to Ottawa, Canada:
00 + 1+ 613 + xxx xxxx