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Sounds like that station is programmed to restrict certain digits (like 1 in the prefix) -- this is usually done by the tech because the owner doesn't want unauthorized calls to take place from a publicly accessible phone. To confirm this, swap the phone with another identical working phone and see if it's still restricted. Good luck!
if you want to block your own number dial *67 before you dial... to block someone else try dialing
To activate Call Block or add a telephone number to the rejection list, dial *60. If you dont know the number to be blocked, dial *60 immediately after hanging up from the call. To turn off Call Block, dial *80. Call Block cannot block calls from some cellular phones, pay phones or business lines. It also cannot block most long distance numbers.