National and International Format

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sharaz
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National and International Format

Post by sharaz » Fri Jan 16, 2009 8:27 pm

Hi,

What is the format to call out in xlite configured with exetel voip?

National?

International?


CHeers,

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Re: National and International Format

Post by Dazzled » Fri Jan 16, 2009 8:32 pm

VoIp uses the same formats as your PSTN phone. 8 or 10 digits in your home state; always add 2 digit state codes for other states; 0011+country code+number for o/s.

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Re: National and International Format

Post by sharaz » Fri Jan 16, 2009 8:40 pm

Dazzled wrote:VoIp uses the same formats as your PSTN phone. 8 or 10 digits in your home state; always add 2 digit state codes for other states; 0011+country code+number for o/s.
you re saying that the format is like this 001165XXXXXXXXX for the international?

and for national is 00423xxxxxxxxx?

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Re: National and International Format

Post by Dazzled » Fri Jan 16, 2009 8:56 pm

National is like 0898765432 (SA) or 0212345678 (NSW)
International to UK: 0011441707777777

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Re: National and International Format

Post by sharaz » Sat Jan 17, 2009 1:43 am

Dazzled wrote:National is like 0898765432 (SA) or 0212345678 (NSW)
International to UK: 0011441707777777
thanks for that.

how about for national mobile?

is it something like this 040xxxx 0r 0042xxxx?

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Re: National and International Format

Post by samarium » Sat Jan 17, 2009 2:26 am

National and national mobile are the same: 10 digits, leading digit is 0.

This is exactly the same as you would use in a mobile and have it work anywhere around Australia.

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Re: National and International Format

Post by sharaz » Sat Jan 17, 2009 4:52 pm

samarium wrote:National and national mobile are the same: 10 digits, leading digit is 0.

This is exactly the same as you would use in a mobile and have it work anywhere around Australia.
i think this is right one after consideration your post.

0040374xxxx for national (mobile or land line)

001165678xxxxxx for international.


Thank you guys for your help.



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Re: National and International Format

Post by jokiin » Sat Jan 17, 2009 6:34 pm

sharaz wrote:
samarium wrote:National and national mobile are the same: 10 digits, leading digit is 0.

This is exactly the same as you would use in a mobile and have it work anywhere around Australia.
i think this is right one after consideration your post.

0040374xxxx for national (mobile or land line)

001165678xxxxxx for international.


Thank you guys for your help.


cheers,
the dialing rules replicate those of your regular PSTN home phone service, no area code for calls in your state, add the area code for out of state calls, 0011 prefix for international, dial Australian mobiles just like normal 0412xxxxxx etc

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Re: National and International Format

Post by sharaz » Sat Jan 17, 2009 11:40 pm

jok11n wrote:
sharaz wrote:
samarium wrote:National and national mobile are the same: 10 digits, leading digit is 0.

This is exactly the same as you would use in a mobile and have it work anywhere around Australia.
i think this is right one after consideration your post.

0040374xxxx for national (mobile or land line)

001165678xxxxxx for international.


Thank you guys for your help.


cheers,
the dialing rules replicate those of your regular PSTN home phone service, no area code for calls in your state, add the area code for out of state calls, 0011 prefix for international, dial Australian mobiles just like normal 0412xxxxxx etc
hi jok11n,

thanks for that.

i hope can noted about this.

cheers,

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