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If you dial *67 over and over again, does it open up a new circuit for each call, or does it just set a flag that says, "No CID". As well, if you dial 1167 and then *67 does it open up a second circuit, or is the 11 just interpreted as a * and then sent through the same circuit as a *67 call? It seemed to me that there was a shorter wait (no ringing) when I called *67 [wait] *67, but there was ringing when I called 1167 [wait] *67

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i actully tryed doing this some time ago once i *67ed and tried agian it told me the number was invailded or something to that effect.

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Like I said, try *67 then 1167. They are, numerically different, but they both do the same thing.

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Whether you dial *67 twice in a row, 1167 twice in a row, *67 then 1167, 1167 then *67, *82 twice, 1182 twice, or *82 then 1182, or 1182 then *82 it all causes the same error condition, or whatever you want to call it. And, it goes to the error message letting you know your call can't be completed, or whatever standard fare error message that was. Well, at least that's how it works here. And, yes, don't forget that 1182 and *82 work exactly the same as 1167 and *67. Well, once again, at least here anywayz.

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Thats what I am saying. There is no error message here, it just lets your call go through when you dial *67 1167 *67 1167 ...

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