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International Calling
Posted by Greeney, John on 18 September 2018 05:03 PM

When Dialing internationally, you will most likely need to dial the country code first.  This includes the "+" symbol.  To replicate that on our phones, you need to dial "011"

For example, the Country code for the UK is 44.  In order to dial to the UK, you would need do dial "7" "011" "44".  "7" for an outside line, "011" for the "+" symbol, and "44" for the country code, then the actual number. 

(As pointed out by AE3 in ticket number 65888)

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