07-18-2009, 11:28 PM
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It shouldn't matter what prefix you are putting in front of your numbers your calling out. Most wireless carriers determine long distance based on the location of the number that is dialed in relation to which cell tower & switch are receiving the request for call out.
An example, is GSM carriers often recommend that there subscribers put +1-area code in front of all their numbers as to prevent issues when in a long distance area and/or roaming.
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