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Introduction

With the Area codes you can define how the device dials a number. 

When your platform supports E.164 dialing, you need to change the settings like described below. (Use Area code = For local and National calls.)


N870SettingsAccess code = 0


DisabledIs added always
Use Area code = NO

International Prefix = 00

International Area code = 49

Local prefix = 0

Local Area code = 76


Outgoing call

1022 = 1022

xxxxxxx = xxxxxxx

085xxxxxxx = 085xxxxxxx

004985xxxxxxx = 0049185xxxxxxx

Outgoing call / Manual

1022 = 01022

xxxxxxx = 0xxxxxxx

085xxxxxxx = 0085xxxxxxx

004985xxxxxxx = 00049185xxxxxxx

Use Area code = For local and National calls.

Outgoing call

1022 = 0049761022

xxxxxxx = 004976xxxxxxx

085xxxxxxx = 004985xxxxxxx

004985xxxxxxx = 004985xxxxxxx

Outgoing call

1022 = 00049761022

xxxxxxx = 0004976xxxxxxx

085xxxxxxx = 0004985xxxxxxx

004985xxxxxxx = 0004985xxxxxxx


Use Area code = For local calls.

Outgoing call

1022 = 0761022

xxxxxxx = 076xxxxxxx

085xxxxxxx = 085xxxxxxx

004985xxxxxxx = 004985xxxxxxx

Outgoing call

1022 = 00761022

xxxxxxx = 0076xxxxxxx

085xxxxxxx = 0085xxxxxxx

004985xxxxxxx = 0004985xxxxxxx



The symbol ‚+‘ is to indicate the country code. It has to be replaced with the international dialing prefix used in the caller's location. This is usually 00. ‚+‘ is supported in the GSM network only.

‘+’ is not a “GAP-keypad Code”. (according GAP “#, *, 0 – 9” Relate to the feature dialed digits (basic) [N.4] and outgoing call [N.1], NG-DECT Part 3 (CAT-iq 2.0 ) states: “For sending digits NG-DECT Part 3 inherits the rules mandated by the GAP profile)


The digits mandated for GAP are currently editable for a number to be dialed. ‘+’ is not editable.

Currently vCards received for the local directory (e.g. via Bluetooth) with a ‘+’ within a number are converted:  “00”.

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