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Calling overseas from Australia to UK on a Uniden 9035 handset

I live in Australia.  Australia requires that you dial + before the country code instead of 00.  My phone does not have the + symbol on it, does that mean I cannot dial overseas or is there an alternative way?

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Just dial 0011 then the country code. The + is just a quick way of dialing 0011.
Also these can be used from Australia 0011 (Voice calls)
0015 (Fax calls - Telstra)
0018 (Telstra special rates)
0019 (Fax calls - Singtel Optus)

go to http://www.kropla.com/dialcode.htm full a full list of international codes

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

  • Steve F Sep 09, 2011

    Thanks for that tip... We have a Uniden as well, without the + symbol and ive used my mobile for international calls because I always thought that the Uniden couldnt do it because it didnt have a + symbol.... grrr bloody instruction book doesnt tell you about what its for...

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