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Thanks Superhero. I agree, but I still would like to know if its possible I can dial a + (plus) with the 202 cordless phone.
The + sign cannot be called from a Landline.
This is a mobile only feature and is used in mobile software as a worldwide identifier for international dial prefix.
Even if you were to call a regular Australian number from a mobile, and you call 07[number], your mobile would automatically convert this to international format - that being +617[number].
Essentially, the + is replacing the need to call 0011 on a mobile, so even if you were to call an international phone number (lets use NZ as an example) you'd call 64[number] and this would automatically be converted to +64[number] to meet standard international format for the country you're in.
If you were to call from another country, your mobile would automatically adjust the + to be the correct international dial code for that country.
I hope that makes sense.
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