Can anyone pls let me know which is right phrase,

'I will call to you' or 'I will call you' ?

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    With to it means you're within shouting distance; without to it means you'll get a telephone call. – deadrat Oct 7 '15 at 6:27
  • a typo in your question : *please – Jony Agarwal Oct 7 '15 at 6:47
  • If my daughter asks when she should come downstairs for dinner, I might say "I'll call you." It doesn't necessarily mean I'm going to make a telephone call (although that is a very common usage). – JHCL Oct 7 '15 at 8:39

"Call to" means:

to shout to get someone's attention. I called to Fred, but he didn't hear me. Did you hear me call to you?

Call simply means a "telephone call"

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