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#894 by corbinzak
Tue Nov 11, 2008 9:39 pm
trim81 wrote:
corbinzak wrote:On my Ooma line I get 7,10 and 11 digit dialing.



i dont think 10 digit is rolled out yet for true no landline version


On my Ooma line which there is no landline I get 7,10 and 11 digit dialing. IE If I am in the 123 area code or dialing 123 area code (except for #3 in the latter if I am not in area code 123) I can dial
1. 1-123-456-7890
2. 123-456-7890
3. 456-7890
the call would be completed to the same recipient.
#961 by Dennis P
Thu Nov 20, 2008 12:29 am
Some area codes allow you to make local calls via 7 or 10 digit dialing (we simply follow the national numbering plan rules). All area codes currently require 11-digit dialing to make a long distance call. We plan to add 10 digit dialing for local and long-distance calls, although this will increase the post-dial delay if you make 7 digit local calls.
#969 by corbinzak
Thu Nov 20, 2008 4:09 pm
Dennis P wrote:Some area codes allow you to make local calls via 7 or 10 digit dialing (we simply follow the national numbering plan rules). All area codes currently require 11-digit dialing to make a long distance call. We plan to add 10 digit dialing for local and long-distance calls, although this will increase the post-dial delay if you make 7 digit local calls.


As I stated I can dial long distance calls using just the area code (10 digit dialing) Dennis maybe others can't do 10 digit dialing but I have been able to do so.
#972 by Dennis P
Thu Nov 20, 2008 7:09 pm
You're right, my mistake. If your local dialing plan (which depends on your area code) allows 10 digit dialing, then you can dial local and long-distance calls with just 10 digits. Thanks for pointing that out.

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