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Using a calling card and access numbers for long distance
Chaimyt
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I have a calling card from my company so I can call oversees. How do I set up speed dialing so I don't have to dial all 48 digits each time?

I have to call a local access number, then put in my account number, then the oversees phone number.

There has to be an easier way.

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Re: Using a calling card and access numbers for long distance
sprmankalel
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Are you calling the same international telephone number every time?

You can set a contact with pauses by inputting the number you are dialing then +*# (2 second pause I believe) you may have to enter the +*# to increase the length of the pause. Keep your string going to add the next set of number you need to dial then add the required number of +*# sequences then the final number.

I don't know how this will work in practice but this is the theory.

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Re: Using a calling card and access numbers for long distance
sprmankalel
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Are you calling the same international telephone number every time?

You can set a contact with pauses by inputting the number you are dialing then +*# (2 second pause I believe) you may have to enter the +*# to increase the length of the pause. Keep your string going to add the next set of number you need to dial then add the required number of +*# sequences then the final number.

I don't know how this will work in practice but this is the theory.

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