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Old 10-25-2008, 06:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have just done the Bold 9000 4.6.0.298/4.6.0.167 OS upgrade as stated in the sticky thread at the top of this page and all seems to have gone ok apart from the following:

I use Vodafone UK and live in the UK. Now whenever I ring a UK number in my contact list it automatically puts +44 in front of the number and flashes up the message CALL FORWARDING CONDITIONAL on the display of my Blackberry Bold.

Surely this can't be right as I'm dialing a UK number from the UK.

Can someone please advise how to correct this?
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Have you gone in and edited your smart dialing prefs??

Phone - options - smart dialing

Then put in your country code, etc.
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Have you gone in and edited your smart dialing prefs??

Phone - options - smart dialing

Then put in your country code, etc.
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