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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Download latest build of "PhoneNumber Dynamic Library" from my homepage. Extract contents of zip file into AppSupport.framework directory on your iPhone, overwriting the AppSupport file. Grab latest "Phone Number Templates" file from my homepage. Put it in AppSupport.framework/Support directory on your iPhone, overwriting the old one......
    OMG!!!! After spending HOURS/DAYS trying *every fix* before this for post - and following this thread for WEEKS looking for a fix for the "rest of us" (for Digicel in Haiti, which I need for my work down there, along with my US carrier when I'm home..)..

    YOU SIR - ARE AMAZING!!! IT WORKS!!!!

    Thank you, Thank you, thank you! You are now on my Christmas Card list!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Download latest build of "PhoneNumber Dynamic Library" from my homepage. Extract contents of zip file into AppSupport.framework directory on your iPhone, overwriting the AppSupport file. Grab latest "Phone Number Templates" file from my homepage. Put it in AppSupport.framework/Support directory on your iPhone, overwriting the old one.

    Only problem, "Phone Number Templates" file does not contain templates for Honduras. Therefore the following questions...

    1. Point me to a list of complete/up-to-date area codes for both landline and mobile phone numbers.
    2. Is NDD mandatory or optional when you dial "area code + subscriber number"? ie. do you need to dial "0" + area code + subscriber number or just area code + subscriber number.
    Honduras (HN)
    http://www.prozzone.com/phone/Honduras/index.htm

    Mobile
    (504) 9xxxxxxx (ej. 98582455)
    (504) 3xxxxxxx (ej. 33391145)

    Landline
    (504) XXX-XXXX

    From your Mobile you can call without the area code, to cellphones or landlines. When you recibe a call (and the number is not added to your contacts) it shows with area code and the "+ (plus)". Ej, +5049xxxxxxx. But you can add numbers without area code, and when they call you, it works.

    To call to other country you have to add "00+area code+number".
    Last edited by Sikaffy; 12-29-2007 at 08:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikaffy View Post
    From your Mobile you can call without the area code, to cellphones or landlines. When you recibe a call (and the number is not added to your contacts) it shows with area code and the "+ (plus)". Ej, +5049xxxxxxx. But you can add numbers without area code, and when they call you, it works.

    To call to other country you have to add "00+area code+number".
    You are confusing area code with country code. The "504" is the country code for Honduras, not area code. From what I've read Honduras no longer uses area codes, is this correct? When you dial a number without the "504" you have to dial "0" (the NDD) first, right? You can dial "
    +504 9xxxxxxx" or "0 9xxxxxxx" but not "9xxxxxxx", right?

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    No, Honduras no uses area codes.
    Yo can dial +5049xxxxxxx or 9xxxxxxx. But "0 9xxxxxxx" don't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikaffy View Post
    No, Honduras no uses area codes.
    Yo can dial +5049xxxxxxx or 9xxxxxxx. But "0 9xxxxxxx" don't work.
    I have found information on several sites, including the one that you gave me, that the NDD in Honduras is "0". Are you saying that there is no NDD and all of these sites are wrong?


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    I'm trying to call from my cellphone using "0+number" and it doesn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikaffy View Post
    I'm trying to call from my cellphone using "0+number" and it doesn't work.
    I've updated the phone number templates on my homepage. Try them (again) please.

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    Hi Tim, I have created the callinfo db for India. its available at http://rapid$hare.com/files/80023631/callinfo.db.html . Just thought it may be useful for others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis View Post
    Hi Tim, I have created the callinfo db for India. its available at http://rapid$hare.com/files/80023631/callinfo.db.html . Just thought it may be useful for others.
    Thanks. I looked at your callinfo table (http://users.skynet.be/ra045246/callinfo_india.sql) and noticed that mobile numbers start with a "9"? There are no templates for these in my PhoneNumberTemplates.txt file. Do all mobile numbers start with "9" and are they also 10 digits long?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Thanks. I looked at your callinfo table (http://users.skynet.be/ra045246/callinfo_india.sql) and noticed that mobile numbers start with a "9"? There are no templates for these in my PhoneNumberTemplates.txt file. Do all mobile numbers start with "9" and are they also 10 digits long?
    Most of the mobile numbers in India (>95%) start with 9 and are 10 digit long. Some weird mobile formats are coming up due to mess up in the telecom department. I will try to find about them. But I think it will be helpful if you can update your PhoneNumberTemplates.txt to include mobile phone numbers based on assumption that all mobile numbers start with 9 and are 10 digits long (at least for now) and the carrier code length is 5.

    One more thing to take care of here: it is possible to dial a mobile phone number without perpending NDD(0) or country code (+91) to the number; thus it is perfectly legal to dial 91234 12345 as well as 091234 12345 as well as +91 91234 12345. For an incoming call the phone-number shown will always be like +91 91234 12345.

    PS: I also create index on the area code in the sqlite db hoping that the lookup will be faster. If you don't see a problem with that you might want to update your standard SQL file to create an index on the areacode.

    thanks,
    gaurav
    Last edited by dennis; 12-31-2007 at 01:36 AM.


 

 

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