My customer has one of the branch offices in the US . There is a weird problem with international calls. I expected it to work with 9.@ route pattern but it didn't. I can see the correct number being sent to Telco. Bellsouth told me this call is unseccesfull because it's identified twice. It has 011 and "international" id in the call setup.
Could somebody please explain the meaning of the above sentence to me ?
I believe that the telco is saying that if you are attempting a call, you either identify the call as international by prefixing the 011 digits OR by sending the numbering type as 'International'. I don't think you can do both.
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