TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: dpphone 211 dpphone 211
21 Mar 2005 10:14:26 -0800

You get what you pay for. If your lucky enough not to get a busy
signal, you can actually make a U.S. call.

But wait; if you forget to dial 1 for U.S. coutry code and you dial a
10 digit number that belongs to an international country, it's going
through. Ex. 847 xxx-xxxx goes to Vietnam.

It conveniently masks the 011 for you. No thanks. And there's no way
to set the dpphone 211 to require the 011. This is from their tech

I've had Dialpad for almost a month. Way to many problems. Dropping
them ASAP.

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