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novapcjau
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24/03/2020 12:13 pm  

Hello, this pattern for 0800 numbers is free. Is that correct?

Because when I make the call it says that the number entered is wrong.
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Or would you have another pattern to configure the 0800 output?

 


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mrivera
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24/03/2020 1:35 pm  

You have to make sure if your VoIP provider allows you to use such kind of pattern, or if you are sending in the right way. 


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novapcjau
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25/03/2020 7:25 am  

@ing-joserivera26

Hey, I saw that the VoIP operator told me it has to be 55800

would it stay that way?

 

 


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novapcjau
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26/03/2020 10:38 am  

I did a test with several types of patterns for free connections, but none worked.
Always the message that the number does not exist


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mrivera
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26/03/2020 11:10 am  

Or your provider is not allowing that kind of numbers, or your configurations are wrong, and the call is not going through the right trunk.

 


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novapcjau
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27/03/2020 6:57 am  

would I have the correct standard that I would normally use for 0800 so that I could use and test it please?


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