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Old 07-13-2006, 11:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So... I got my BB yesterday and... IM SOOOO HAPPY WITH IT! And first of all - guys, u rule, this forum has answered all my questions so far, great amounts of info!

And about the issue, I couldnt find anything about it...
My BB is 7100T, T-Mobile, UNLOCKED (my aunt got it for me from Canada from TigerDirect.ca). I'm using it with one Bulgarian local operator - M-Tel, but thats not important...

So, I started to enter some buddies in my Address Book. Everything fine so far. But... when I put a mobile number of a friend to his profile in the address book in the format 0886 473 XXX when I try to dial it I get +10886 473 xxx on the display and then I get automated reply, that the number does not exist... But if I type directly 0886 473 xxx and dial - everything fine and on the display, there is his name...!? I tryed to enter the number in the address book as +359 886 473 XXX AND IT WORKED.

So why is it doing like that, whats that +1 that I get...


EDIT:
LOL LOL I found it - by mistake I found the smart dialing options and there was the country code, I removed it and its fine now... Someone del my thread! ;)

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you need to set the smart dial function to your local area, its probiblily still set to USA.

go to PHONE screen

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