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Old September 18th 05, 02:49 AM
daniel cairns
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Is there a way to block my # on outgoing calls? I use a Samsung A760.
Thank You,
Daniel Cairns


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Old September 18th 05, 04:22 AM
Lyle Walsh
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*67


"daniel cairns" wrote in message
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Is there a way to block my # on outgoing calls? I use a Samsung A760.
Thank You,
Daniel Cairns



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Old September 18th 05, 05:03 AM
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daniel cairns wrote:
Is there a way to block my # on outgoing calls? I use a Samsung A760.
Thank You,
Daniel Cairns


Lye is correct. Use *69. The keystroke sequence is:
*69 xxx-xxxx TALK
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Old September 18th 05, 05:18 AM
Notan
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DecTxCowboy wrote:

daniel cairns wrote:
Is there a way to block my # on outgoing calls? I use a Samsung A760.
Thank You,
Daniel Cairns


Lye is correct. Use *69. The keystroke sequence is:
*69 xxx-xxxx TALK


Well, you got the poster's name wrong (It's "Lyle") and the
sequence wrong (It's "*67").

Better luck, next time.

Notan
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Old September 18th 05, 05:25 AM
Steve Sobol
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Notan wrote:

Is there a way to block my # on outgoing calls? I use a Samsung A760.
Thank You,
Daniel Cairns


Lye is correct. Use *69. The keystroke sequence is:
*69 xxx-xxxx TALK


Well, you got the poster's name wrong (It's "Lyle") and the
sequence wrong (It's "*67").


*67 and *82 are standard in the US and work on at least three of the major
carriers -- Alltel, Sprint and Verizon, as well as SBC and Verizon landlines
(I speak from experience in all five cases :)

If your caller-ID is normally not blocked, *67 blocks it on the next call only.

If your caller-ID is normally blocked, *82 sends it on the next call only.
We have caller-ID blocked on our Verizon landline and I frequently use *82
when calling friends' cell phones, so they'll know it's me calling.

You need to prepend *67 or *82 to the number you're calling; for example,
*82-213-555-1212.

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Old September 18th 05, 06:12 AM
DecTxCowboy
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Notan wrote:
Better luck, next time.

Notan


My bad....was typing with one hand and pushing dogs away with the other.

Dogs (and cats) can't use a computer keyborad and will make damn sure
you can't either.
 




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