Phone Prefixes

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This page will eventually include all the prefixes you use for your countries in /etc/phone-utils.conf.
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This page will eventually include all the prefixes you use for your countries (and service providers) in /etc/phone-utils.conf.
  
 
At first it'll be useful for other users, but when it'll be big enough we'll be able to set it up automatically according to your country.
 
At first it'll be useful for other users, but when it'll be big enough we'll be able to set it up automatically according to your country.
  
Just dump the content of your /etc/phone-utils.conf
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Just dump the content of your /etc/phone-utils.conf and add your country and service provider.
  
 
('''NOTICE:''' don't forget to add a single space before each line of the file when you dump it here so it'll show nicely inside a box in different lines)
 
('''NOTICE:''' don't forget to add a single space before each line of the file when you dump it here so it'll show nicely inside a box in different lines)

Revision as of 18:01, 3 October 2009

This page will eventually include all the prefixes you use for your countries (and service providers) in /etc/phone-utils.conf.

At first it'll be useful for other users, but when it'll be big enough we'll be able to set it up automatically according to your country.

Just dump the content of your /etc/phone-utils.conf and add your country and service provider.

(NOTICE: don't forget to add a single space before each line of the file when you dump it here so it'll show nicely inside a box in different lines)

Contents

List of countries

Israel

Orange

international_prefix = 00
national_prefix = 0
country_code = 972
area_code = 0

Germany

international_prefix = 00
national_prefix = 0
country_code = 49
area_code = 0

Poland

international_prefix = 00
national_prefix = 
country_code = 48
area_code =
Personal tools

This page will eventually include all the prefixes you use for your countries (and service providers) in /etc/phone-utils.conf.

At first it'll be useful for other users, but when it'll be big enough we'll be able to set it up automatically according to your country.

Just dump the content of your /etc/phone-utils.conf and add your country and service provider.

(NOTICE: don't forget to add a single space before each line of the file when you dump it here so it'll show nicely inside a box in different lines)

List of countries

Israel

Orange

international_prefix = 00
national_prefix = 0
country_code = 972
area_code = 0

Germany

international_prefix = 00
national_prefix = 0
country_code = 49
area_code = 0

Poland

international_prefix = 00
national_prefix = 
country_code = 48
area_code =