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How do i edit my speed dials?

Since we have to dial 1-714 now even if you are calling someone with a 714 area code i have to edit all my speed dials but i dont know how.

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Redial, speed dial enter the code(60- 99) for system speed dial
(10- 49) for personal speed dial. enter the phone number or the number you want to program then press redial.

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