International Telephone Input with Vuetify.



Example Repository

You might want to follow and use the basic example usage of this library in this repository Example

OR try from scratch with below steps


  • create new vue project using vue-cli:
  vue create my-app
  cd my-app


  • install vuetify to newly created vue project
  vue add vuetify


  • install vue-tel-input-vuetify to newly created vue project
  npm install vue-tel-input-vuetify

Install the plugin into Vue:

With vuetify loader:

  // src/plugins/vuetify.js

  import Vue from 'vue';
  import Vuetify from 'vuetify/lib';


  export default new Vuetify({

// src/VueComponent.js

import VueTelInputVuetify from "vue-tel-input-vuetify/lib/vue-tel-input-vuetify.vue"


export default {
  components: {

// src/main.js

import Vue from 'vue';
import vuetify from "@/plugins/vuetify";

new Vue({
  render: (h) => h(App),

Without vuetify loader:

  // src/plugins/vuetify.js

  import Vue from 'vue';
  import Vuetify from 'vuetify';
  import 'vuetify/dist/vuetify.min.css'


  export default new Vuetify({

// src/main.js

import Vue from 'vue';
import VueTelInputVuetify from "vue-tel-input-vuetify";
import vuetify from "./plugins/vuetify";

Vue.use(VueTelInputVuetify, {

new Vue({
  render: (h) => h(App),

View all available options in Props.

Use the vue-tel-input-vuetify component:

  <vue-tel-input-vuetify v-model="phone"></vue-tel-input-vuetify>

export default {
  data() {
    return {
      phone: null



Property Type Default value Description
messages String | Array [] Displays a list of messages or message if using a string
success-messages String | Array [] Puts the input in a success state and passes through custom success messages.
error-messages String | Array [] Puts the input in an error state and passes through custom error messages. Will be combined with any validations that occur from the rules prop. This field will not trigger validation
hint String undefined Hint text
suffix String undefined Displays suffix text
prefix String undefined Displays prefix text
background-color String undefined Changes the background-color of the input
rules String Array Accepts an array of functions that take an input value as an argument and return either true / false or a string with an error message
loader-height Number | String 2 Specifies the height of the loader
loading String | Boolean false Displays linear progress bar. Can either be a String which specifies which color is applied to the progress bar (any material color or theme color - primary, secondary, success, info, warning, error) or a Boolean which uses the component color (set by color prop - if it's supported by the component) or the primary color
hide-details String | Boolean undefined Hides hint and validation errors. When set to auto messages will be rendered only if there's a message (hint, error message, counter value etc) to display
clearable Boolean false Add input clear functionality, default icon is Material Icons clear
filled Boolean false Applies the alternate filled input style
full-width Boolean false Designates input type as full-width
flat Boolean false Removes elevation (shadow) added to element when using the solo or solo-inverted props
light Boolean false Applies the light theme variant to the component.
validate-on-blur Boolean false Delays validation until blur event
outlined Boolean false Applies the outlined style to the input
persistent-hint Boolean false Forces hint to always be visible
readonly Boolean false Puts input in readonly state
error Boolean false Puts the input in a manual error state
success Boolean false Puts the input in a manual success state
shaped Boolean false Round if outlined and increase border-radius if filled. Must be used with either outlined or filled
single-line Boolean false Label does not move on focus/dirty
rounded Boolean false Adds a border radius to the input
value any '' The input's value
label String 'Enter a Phone Number' Native input 'label' attribute
autocomplete String 'on' Native input 'autocomplete' attribute
autofocus Boolean false Native input 'autofocus' attribute
defaultCountry String '' Default country, will override the country fetched from IP address of user
disabled Boolean false Disable input field
disabledFetchingCountry Boolean false Disable fetching current country based on IP address of user
ignoredCountries Array [] List of countries will NOT be shown on the dropdown. ie ['AU', 'BR']
inputId String '' Custom 'id' for the input
inputOptions Object { showDialCode: false, tabindex: 0 } Options for input, supporting showDialCode (always show dial code in the input) and tabindex
maxLen Number 25 Native input 'maxlength' attribute
mode String '' Format number to 'international' (with + dial code) or 'national' (with 0...)
name String 'telephone' Native input 'name' attribute
onlyCountries Array [] List of countries will be shown on the dropdown. ie ['AU', 'BR']
placeholder String 'Enter a phone number' Placeholder for the input
preferredCountries Array [] Preferred countries list, will be on top of the dropdown. ie ['AU', 'BR']
required Boolean false Required property for HTML5 required attribute
validCharactersOnly Boolean false Only allow valid characters in a phone number (will also verify in mounted, so phone number with invalid characters will be shown as an empty string)
wrapperClasses String | Array | Object '' Custom classes for the wrapper


Event Arguments Description Notes
input String, Object Fires when the input changes with the argument is the object includes { number, isValid, country } onInput deprecated
validate Object Fires when the correctness of the phone number changes (from true to false or vice-versa) and when the component is mounted { number, isValid, country } onValidate deprecated
blur Fires on blur event onBlur deprecated
space Fires on event onSpace deprecated
enter Fires on keyup.enter event onEnter deprecated
open Fires when the flags dropdown opens
close Fires when the flags dropdown closes
country-changed Object Fires when country changed (even for the first time)