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Answered 2009-10-01 20:59:42

First you have to see whether Bulgarian phone is on same network that Australia's mobile and you have to see also that you have services to send message from your mobile.

Or you may choose some internet website and browse them from your mobile and send txt message to world wide.

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To call an Australian mobile phone, you dial the Australian mobile number. It does not matter if the mobile phone is physically in Australia, Honolulu, or anywhere else.

If your talking about a text message then all you should have to do is this: Select send a message Then type in your message When it says To: All mobile phone numbers in Australia are ten digits long and start with 04. You must take out the 0 when calling in from outside the country. Therefore type in the international access code for the country you're calling from, then the country code for Australia which is 61 then type in the mobile phone number of the person you're calling but leave out the first 0 of the phone number. If your international access code is 0011 and the phone number of the person you want is 0418 123 456 the phone number you send your text to would be 0011 61 418 123 456.

The country code for bulgaria is +(00)359

In most cases, the phone number of a mobile phone remains the same. If you want to dial an Australian phone you use the same method no matter where the phone is physically located. You would dial the regular Australian phone number.

Sending a text message to an email address costs the same ammount of money it does to send a text message from a mobile phone to another mobile phone.

In 2006, it was reported that 90% of the Australian population owned a mobile phone.

On Bulgarian Phone is Telefon , have hard pronouncing typical for most words in Bulgarian Language.

turn your phone on and click send on the message,

To dial an Australian mobile phone from Australia, just dial the Australian mobile number. Most Australian mobile numbers begin with 04, and have a total of ten digits (including the trunk prefix 0).

no option available in this phone for forwarding.

The physical location of a mobile is irrelevant to how you dial its number. To call an Australian mobile phone, you always just dial the Australian mobile number the same way you would when that mobile is in Australia.If you are calling from a GSM mobile phone, the most reliable method is to dial the number in full international format. In the case of an Australian mobile number, that would be +61 4 (including the plus symbol) and then the 8-digit mobile number. (Omit the trunk prefix 0 from the Australian domestic number.) That way, the mobile network will automatically insert any needed prefix(es) for you, even if you are roaming internationally.

In Message/Settings activate Broadcast message.

To call from the US to an Australian mobile phone, dial 011 = international access prefix 61 = country code for Australia the Australian mobile number, omitting the leading 0 To call an Australian mobile that is roaming in the US, dial the Australian number as you normally would.

Yes, provided that the mobile user has enabled international roaming. You just enter the Australian mobile number exactly the same way you do when it is in Australia.

i think it means it means that a message will be sent to there phone or they are on line from there phone

mobile cell phone all circuits are busy message

It sure does, they'll get it when they switch their phone on.

Dial the regular Australian number. The network will redirect the call for you - after all, you can't be expected to guess where in the world a mobile phone might be each time you try to ring it!

It's like an email sent from a mobile phone.

you can't you listen to it and call that person back