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  • Started 5 years ago by DavidAudrey
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  1. DavidAudrey
    Member

    I have been trying to call my sisters in the UK with a calling card from my cell to theirs. I keep getting a busy signal from the London # (0114471791523???)and an incorrect number message from the Glasgow # (01144107818898???). I am using a walgreens International card. The # I'm dialing from is 7573102???, am I dialing wrong or what? Thank You.
    BTW-all phones are cell

    Posted 5 years ago #
  2. admin
    Key Master

    Hi David,

    Yes, it seems you have been dialing these numbers incorrectly.

    UK cell phone numbers are 10 digit with the first digit beeing 7. No area codes are added to cell numbers. You have 11 digits in the first case and 12 in the second (the UK cell number is what comes after 44). My suggestion for the Glasgow number: leave out the 10 and dial 011 44 7818898???.

    I'm not sure what advice to provide for the London call - you have 11 digits starting with 7. It seems there's one extra digit in this number.

    Posted 5 years ago #

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