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Samsung 7 edge adding + before incoming calls


Samsung 7 edge adding + before incoming calls

Hi- I switched from Verizon to AT&Tr and brought my phone with me. Ever since, I get international calls because a "+" is added to the beginning of all incoming and outgoing numbers, making it an international call code. For example, instead of having the regular area code of 607, it's making it +60 7. Help! I am being charged international rates at times for these! I can't use my contact list either, because even when I save my contacts without the + sign, it is still added when I send from my contact list.
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Re: Samsung 7 edge adding + before incoming calls

That's the issue with CDMA phones on GSM networks sometimes. Verizon programs their devices differently.


You'll have to use an app like Prefixer

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