call (at) 12345678

GeogeHalin

Senior Member
Japanese
Hello members!

There's a number a person can call if he needs help. So I say to him:
1. You can call 12345678 if you need any help.

I think we don't add 'at' before the number.
Unless it's "You can call me at 12345678 if you need help."

Is that correct?
Thank you!
 
  • tomtombp

    Senior Member
    Hungarian
    Hello members!

    There's a number a person can call if he needs help. So I say to him:
    1. You can call 12345678 if you need any help.

    I think we don't add 'at' before the number.
    Unless it's "You can call me at 12345678 if you need help."

    Is that correct?
    Thank you!

    Absolutely.

    Or should it be 'on' instead of 'at' in sentence 2??

    I think both "on" and "at" can be used. May be a BrE/AmE difference or a personal preference. I'm not a native though.
     
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