The code to be use to enable the call blocking feature of your phone is: *67
The first three digits in a phone number represent the area code, which directs the phone call to a specific region according to population density. Lower numbers were typically used for denser areas (because they could be dialed faster on rotary phones), while higher numbers were used for less populated areas.
No you can't because once u call someone it automatically in the phone bill
Call your service provider, once the phone is registered they can provide you with this information
+52 55 (Phone Number, 8 digits) or +52 1 55 (Cell Phone Number, 8 digits)
Enterprise Rent-A-Car survey call.
Unless your telephone has a display or a redial button, you can't.
Unfortunately the phone number you have dialed is the only number available. Please keep trying to call or leave a voice mail if you cannot reach me at this number.
On a mobile phone, dial +65. On a landline (or on a mobile phone that doesn't allow you to put the plus symbol in a telephone number), dial 011-65. Then dial the 8-digit number in Singapore. On a landline, press # to signal the telephone switch that you've dialed all the digits.
we're sorry your call could not be completed as dialed please check the number and dial again or call an operator to help you.
yes it will show up on your bill is your dial numbers come on your bill.
Depends on the distance. 10 digits if in the states or the country you are from. But country to coutry could be 15 digits because all countries have their own codes.