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# Are These Numbers Really Diallable Or What Do They Mean?

What does it mean when they say we can dial numbers like 0803cateering, 0800carhiring, 0809firstbuilding and so on, are these numbers diallable.please i need someone to help me on this

I prefer toll free numbers than that rubbish fancy lettering!

@lysaa,

dat ur address fine o! How mush 4 half plot?

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I prefer toll free numbers than that rubbish fancy lettering!

@lysaa,

dat ur address fine o! How mush 4 half plot?

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Ok, you guys should help me work out my number 07039808808

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according to 08038252673 can u explain 080usureok ?

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Lol

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Dclique, mMm. . No qualms n u r ryt. .

Tonye-t, lyk dclique said, d availability of d numberz wuld'v been checkd. . .

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Yea True!. But most of these kind of numbers are used by business organisation and will be properly checked before its given out.

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I'v never believed that they hav such kinds of numbers at least not on mtn, glo or zain. I don't know about other networks

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@Drag, Yea i did, but it was too late to take back my comments.

Its good that you guys have explained it better to him.

My apologies to the poster.

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Nwa tisha

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Use this table

abc = 2

def = 3

ghi = 4

jkl = 5

mno = 6

pqrs = 7

tuv = 8

wxyz = 9

Usage:

080dualcore

from the above table, substitute the alphabets with corresponding number

for 080dualcore

d falls under 3

u falls under 8

a falls under 2

l falls under 5

c falls under 2

o falls under 6

r falls under 7

e falls under 3

therefore, 080dualcore (by substitution) = 08038252673

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yes u can dial those numbers,any number after the 11th digit is insignificant.

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Kidsam, dats harsh

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Dclique, did u read & reason wit d poster's reply to d explanation at all ?

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[center]08098[b]charge[/b] = 08098-242743[/center]

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I neva trip 4 dat tin b4! Load of rubbish

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For more info you can call 0808bushman.

This is really Funny.

No offence bro, but you are supposed to know this. Hope its been properly explained?.

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So funny! I guess this should be in the joke section, lol

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Then throw the blackberry away and get a normal phone

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so how does you explanation apply to BLACKBERRY Phones that have seperate keys for alphabets and seperate for numbers? which do you dial now?

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It simply means that you should dial the number that corresponds to the letters on the phone pads For instance a,b or c will mean that you punch 2; d,e or f will mean 3 and so on and so forth.

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