|From||David Drummond||3:640/305.0||Date Write||2018-06-28 08:57:24|
|To||Michiel van der Vlist||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-06-28 02:20:26|
|Subj||The 000 country phone number hoax|
On 27/06/2018 21:42, 2:280/5555 wrote:|
MvdV>>> See above.
BF>> I did. It can never dial 000.
MvdV> It can't? Why not? I would say any number starting with 0 will be
MvdV> dialled without applying any translation.
MvdV> What do you think will happen with numbers that start with 0?
When 000 numbers were introduced into the nodelist that model was not accepted
here in Z3 (by Malcolm if I recall correctly). All 000 number in the nodelist
were "overseas". All diallers had to put 0011 on the front of such phone
numbers to get out. 0011 000 produces nothing when dialled here.
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