You must be very young!
In the old days (before Touch-Tone and long before cell phones/mobile phones), phones communicated the dialed number to the Central Office by briefly interrupting the circuit.
To dial a "1", the phone interrupted the circuit one time. To dial a "2", twice. To dial a "0", the phone interrupted the circuit 10 times. This was usually done by turning a spring-loaded mechanical dial which then turned back to the home position at a governor-controlled rate. As it turned back, it interrupted the phone circuit the necessary number of times to dial your intended digit of the phone number. (And while the dial was turned away from the home/resting position, so called "off normal", it also muted the earpiece so you didn't loudly hear the "click-click-click" of the circuit interruptions.)
Now we finally get to the answer to your question:
Most dials interrupted the phone circuit at a rate of ten pulses per second, so "10 pps dialing".
A very few dialing systems operated twice as fast at twenty pulses per second; I think this was more-widely used on trunk line signaling.
I don't know whether or not your average Central Office could accept 20 pps dialing interchangeably with 10 pps dialing from a subscriber's phone.
get a new phone or get it looked at
the international dialing code is +61, there are local dialing codes depending on the state
Say a command
Pretty much any phone (even feature phones) can be configured to use pulse dialing. Some phone companies (e.g. VoIP providers) do not recognize pulse dialing, though.
An international phone call is made by first dialing the country code, followed by the phone number. An international call is received by dialing the ok button.
Hesitation dialing in PBX has something to do with a second thought of dialing particularly on Mobile phones. The phone hangs up and then the user will have to redial it again.
7 or 10 digits in the US. While much of the US has moved to ten digit dialing, rural areas still use seven digit dialing, omitting the common area code.
Press ##786. Be careful as your phone will be completely reset. Once it reboots you will have to reprogram your 10 digit phone number into the phone. This can be done by dialing ##000000# on your phone and then select the edit mode and in both fields enter your 10 digit cell phone number. Enjoy!
by dialing the phone number!
The company that connects you to the mobile phone network will have a detailed explaination
Touchscreen, dialing is where it is only touchscreen when you dial a number. I, had a phone with Touchscreen Dialing. Hope, I helped. Have, a Merry Christmas.