2080 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: May 10, 2010 8:31 AM by ChrisJ4203
They did the same thing in my area some time back. Even calling long distance in the past did not require the 1 to be added to the number, you could just dial the area code and the number. One of the nice things about using the cell phone. However, since the amount of overlays has increased, from home, I have to dial 1 + area code + number, to call my next door neighbor!
With my iPhone, I have the area code entered in all of my numbers in the contacts, because Outlook adds them automatically. If I use the dial pad, I will get an error if I fail to enter the area code, but if I'm thinking when I use the dial pad and enter area code + number, it works, so obviously the iPhone is dialing all of the digits. This did not require any changes to any settings.