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Hi, I purchased a Blackberry 8100 phone from the US and got it unlocked and started using it in India.

However, when I make calls the phone adds +1 to all numbers and SMS texts messages.

Is there something that needs to be changed on the device itself. Please let me know!

Thanks! Have a great day!

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Click the phone (green) button
Hit the menu key and go into Options, then select Smart Dialing
Change the Country Code from +1 to your local country code and it should work fine now.

Good luck!
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