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Old 06-13-2009, 10:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, sorry to be so brainless. I am leaving for the UK and have a UK sim for travelling. I will need to be in touch with a friend who has a TIM italy mobile. I know I have to dial +39 and the number, but, someone told me that you dial a 0 before the phone number. example: +44 0123 4567 123. That seems to be too many numbers. Do I drop the zero? sorry to ask this, but, never used my BB 8300 in europe before.
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When you use +44 to call the UK you drop the Zero. I would imagine it also applies for the +39 Italian code.
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thanx so much for the response. much appreciated
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