Block dialing costly numbers
by: H E D • 8
Version 2.0 beta 2013 May 22
Support for Betamax VoIP providers added.
Betamax VoIP Callback service
2 independent accounts
Shape for phone numbers called by Betamax VoIP callback service follow blocking schema
if the phone number matches a shape the call is routed through Betamax Callback Service
New permission for Internet added
DialAddOn blocks expensive national service numbers as well as international numbers.
The settings of the app offer flexible options to specify the dialing figures to be blocked. International numbers starting with 00 or + and are equivalent, for example Germany 0049 or +49, Switzerland 0041 or +41.
sets the local or SIM card IDD. Like Germany 0049, Switzerland 0041 or Grait Britain 0044
Important: In case all international numbers are blocked, ownIDD is free to call.
** For the following examples it is assumed the ownIDD parameter is set to 0041.
The parameter >>blocking<< defines the blocked numbers (ranges) called figures. Additional figures are separated by commas.
All numbers starting with a defined figure are blocked. For example
0180 blocks national dialled numbers starting with 0180 or 0041180
0900 blocks national dialled numbers starting with 0900 or 0041900
furthermore the parameter blocks dialled numbers ending with a given figure like
%552 blocks all dialled numbers end with 552
%991 blocks all dialled numbers end with 991
additional the parameter blocks dialled numbers containing a given figure like
%123% blocks all dialled numbers contain 123
%987% blocks all dialled numbers contain 987
all blocking figures can be combined, separated by comma like
blocks national dialled numbers starting with 0180 or 0041180
blocks all dialled numbers end with 552
blocks all dialled numbers contain 123
In addition to the block of numbers, the app offers 9 speed dial numbers, speed dial.
The speed dial is marked * 1, * 2, * 3 .. * 9 The numbers of short codes are defined in the app's settings.
The app's setting dialog can get through dial *#25625#*, *25625* or open app itself.
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