And just to beat this topic a little further into the ground:'011' - prefix for direct-dial international dialing'010' - prefix for operator-assisted international dialingYes, because the last digit follows the same convention used to dial long distance here in the U.S.I suppose technically the code "01" is really the international dialing code, followed by the standard direct or assisted code, 1 or 0.Hmmm .. interesting. Can't think of the last time I dialed a long distance number with operator assistance -- 0 - area code - telephone #. Guess it was a long time ago -- probably in college when I was reversing the charges!CPAScott
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