When I search for a POI and use the dialing feature, the number sent to my cell to dial adds "011+1+area code" as it it dialing a long distance number. All the POI's I am dialing are local. How can I set it up so it does not dial the extra numbers?
You must leave a space after the description and add a greater sign, followed by the phone number, and include the "1" in front of it. If you don't it will dial "0117877650058" instead of "17877650058"
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The + sign indicates the international codes. Thus instead of 0091... being international code for India and 001... for the US and Canada, +91 and +1 are on the mobile. If my number is 9878472630 then the std code is 09878472630 and ISD is 00919878472630 on landline phones and +919878472630 on mobiles.
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Calling Liberia from the United States explained:
011 - US exit code; must be dialed first for all international calls made from the USA or Canada
231 - country code for Liberia
phone number - 6 digits, first digit is 2
US to Liberia international dialing format : 011 + 231 + 2?? ???
How to dial to Liberia cellular:
dialing format for calls to a cell phone: 011 + 231 + ???? ???(?)
first digit of cellular numbers can be 4, 5, 6 or 7