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Converting plus sign to international dialing code

I got a CDMA android phone from Verizon. All my international numbers are prefaced with the plus sign. I am told that this doesn't work with CDMA. Is there a fix for this? Is there an app that will convert the plus sign. Or an app that will allow me to do a find/replace on all the plus signs?

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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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SOURCE: plus sign

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 need the plus sign the phone will add it after you enter the number just type in all the numbers without plus sign or spaces

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SOURCE: Why is there a plus sign before certain phone

The + signals to dial your international access code.
These are the digits that signify that a country code (rather than area code) follows.
On a mobile phone you can actually dial the + and the phone system will sort out the right code.

Another explanation

The plus sign (+) is a shorthand code for the International Exit Code when dialing an international number. So for example, depending on the country you are in, you would dial the exit code for your countr (replacing the plus sign) and then the country code, area code and local number. For example, if the number was a number in the Netherlands +44 18 9342 1011 and you were dialing from the US, you would dial: 011-44-18-9342-1011 where:

011 = US exit code (saying use international lines)
44 = Country Code (call the Netherlands)
18 = "Area Code"
9342-1011 = Local Number

If the number shows up with on your cell with a plus sign, it just means it was an international (overseas) call.



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