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Old 01-10-2008, 01:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there an easy way on the blackberry to store and dial via calling cards?

I remember on nokias, you can save the calling card info. Then when you want to dial from it, hold down the call button, and it will dial the calling card first, enter the pin, then dial the # you are trying to reach.

The way I have to do it now is to look at the # in my address book, then call my calling card, then enter the # back in by hand. Not really a big deal but I'm wondering if there's a way through the blackberry
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You could create an entry in your address book for 'Calling Card' and have the number something like this:

8885551212pp12345

Where the p's are actually pauses to allow for the system to ask for the PIN. Enter pauses by pressing the Menu key (make sure you don't actually type the letter p).

I think that's the best you can get....you'd still have to enter the number you're calling manually.
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Old 01-12-2008, 07:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
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what juwaack said is correct. you can enter the entire thing in your address book, put in pauses, enter the code on the back, more pauses, then the number you wish to dial
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I don't know if it would be too many characters in the number field, but as long as it would be a number you would normally be calling with a calling card, couldn't you just add another number under the contact entry with the calling card number, pauses, password, pauses, then the number of your contact?

Would that be possible?

edit - Wait, I just re-read Sith's post and I think that's what he just said, oops
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you can also try the "w" (wait) instead of "p" to have better control of the timing in between every number input. Wait works better for me.
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I does work even with an 800 number to access the card system. The pauses work although you may have to experiment a bit with the number between each segment to get the timing correct.
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Google for "BerryDialer". It's a Blackberry applicaiton for using mutiple calling cards directly from the address book.
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check out IsaDial at isasoft.com, handango or the appworld .It s a very simple application, easy to use and a lot cheaper then others.
Ibeleve it is cheaper on app world.

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check EasyDialer. Calling Card Dialer -- Free Trial Version BlackBerry Dialer, BlackBerry Google Voice Dialer, Callback Dialer, Prefix Dialer.

Very flexible to define rules to dial with/out calling card, or block calls.
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There is a dialer at the AppWorld - BlaCaDa. It has a completely free version that can be used unlimited number of times. Check blacada.com.
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