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Topic # 242877 18-Nov-2018 15:19
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If you have a Polycom device can you share your digit map for local NZ calling and 111 service?

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  Reply # 2128923 18-Nov-2018 15:25
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Ex JohnR VodafoneNZ 17 years 4 days



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  Reply # 2130276 20-Nov-2018 14:02
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The link only included the dial tones. The digit map I ended up using:

 

111|0[23456789]xxxxxx.T|01x.T|0011xxx.T|*xx.T

 

Explained as follows:

 

  • 111 - calls emergency
  • 0[23456789]xxxxxx.T - dials a NZ number, minimum of six digits
  • 01x.T - dials an operator number
  • 0011xxx.T - dials an international number
  • *xx.T - dials the feature codes

Used with 2talk, tested on 111, and a few 027, 09, 020 numbers.


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