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    mfreeman
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    I have a cell phone but don't want to use the cell phone long distance charges. I know how to program in the 800-... toll free call, then the PIN into the cell phone using a hard pause. How do I then use "Contacts" to dial a phone number? Do I have to program the calling card and PIN into each of the long distance number? I'd like to use the programmed calling card and PIN, then select a number from my 'Contacts" list. Now, I have to hand dial the long distance number after calling the calling card number.


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    Re: Calling Card for all long distance calls

    Quote Originally Posted by mfreeman View Post
    I have a cell phone but don't want to use the cell phone long distance charges. I know how to program in the 800-... toll free call, then the PIN into the cell phone using a hard pause. How do I then use "Contacts" to dial a phone number? Do I have to program the calling card and PIN into each of the long distance number? I'd like to use the programmed calling card and PIN, then select a number from my 'Contacts" list. Now, I have to hand dial the long distance number after calling the calling card number.
    Some calling cards have a pinless dialing feature so you can register your mobile phone and whenever you dial with your mobile, you don't get ask for the pin. Others has online phone book too. With my Onesuite prepaid long distance service, I registered my mobile for pinless dialing and put the phone numbers on my Onesuite phone book online and assigned a 2 digit number. For example if I dial 19, its my mom because her birthday is on the 19th. You can put up to 50 phone numbers inyour phone book.

    So using Onesuite.com calling card, I only dial their access number then the 2 digit number to call someone.



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