In that case, you would remove the leading 9's from the translation rules I gave you. Another question comes to mind, where are you located? The translation rules I gave are appropriate for a North America dial plan, but will need to be changed for dial plans elsewhere.
If you don't want to dial a 9, you could try changing your dial peers not to require a 9 in the dial string. You could also use a prefix command under the dial peer to prefix the 0. When you make changes like this, you system won't be CCA compliant anymore. It is very possible for it to work this way, you just have to plan more.
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