What I would recommend would be to block long distance calling with the use of Partitions and Calling Search Space. For example, build a few Partitions: InternalPT, LocalPT, LongDistPT, IntlPT. Then build some CSS's: InternalCSS, LocalCSS, LongDistCSS, IntlCSS. Then inside each CSS put the appropriate Partition. For example: In the LocalCSS you might have InternalPT and LocalPT. In the LongDistCSS you would include InternalPT, LocalPT and LongDistPT. Now build your route patterns and assign the appropriate Partition. For example: 9.[2-9]xxxxxx = LocalPT and 9.1[2-9]xx[2-9]xxxxxx = LongDistPT. Now on each phone you want to block long distance assign a CSS of say LocalCSS. If you want no one to call long distance then just don't define the 9.1 route pattern.
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