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Dialing plus sign

I have hundreds of saved phone numbers with the plus sign for the international calling code. I now bought a CDMA phone from Verizon and find out that CDMA doesn't recognize the plus. Is there a solution. Is there an app that will translate plus into the code? Or at least a way to do a find/replace for all the plus signs? It's an Android phine.

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Get the support via website ONLINE chat for help and fix it.
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The plus sign is a symbol that is allocated to the "1" key. However, this can usually be left out when dialing internationally.

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You don't dial the plus. It's just there to indicate that what follows is a country code. So, for instance, North America is +1.NPA.NXX.XXXX ... but you don't have to dial +1, you just dial 1.

If you are dialing from North America to somewhere else (e.g. +44, the UK) you generally need to dial something first, like 011 to indicate an international call... I mention this only because it took me a while to figure it out the first time I had to call overseas.

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u really dont need the + sign for dialing international no.s just add 00 instead of the + sign

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you must contact to the manufacturer supplier website and get the support via ONLINE chat, and fix it.
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