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  Reply # 75430 20-Jun-2007 22:13
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tr3v: I tried both formats and got the same result.... pip-pip-pip-pip, pip-pip-pip-pip...


Looks like it's 0064 for you then Wink.

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  Reply # 77258 7-Jul-2007 16:32
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+ code dialing is really handy for roaming. Does anyone know if the Telstra CDMA network supports it so I dont have to change my numbers for aussie?





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Reply # 77260 7-Jul-2007 16:37
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+ code dialing is really handy for roaming. Does anyone know if the Telstra CDMA network supports it so I dont have to change my numbers for aussie?



No Telstra does not support this feature.

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  Reply # 77261 7-Jul-2007 16:44
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Well there goes the advantage in that. Its only ever really going to be an advantage for those people with the Dual CDMA/GSM phones then isnt it?




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  Reply # 77263 7-Jul-2007 17:10
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adamj: Well there goes the advantage in that. Its only ever really going to be an advantage for those people with the Dual CDMA/GSM phones then isnt it?


Yes or you can use easyroam if you have a CDMA handset to convert your contacts to the local dialing format.

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  Reply # 77267 7-Jul-2007 17:39
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I've used Easy roam and found it to be somewhat of a pain. Its screwed up 0800 numbers that ive had in my phone.




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