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    Amit Agarwal
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    Hello,
    I have a problem. I wish to send a number as a local number of the destination country itself, to a wholesale carrier who routes our calls to the third country.
    For example, I want to route a call from uk over IP to India and then to the uk but with a +44 prefix through a carrier.
    This works fine but the called party in uk sees the guy’s number without the +44.
    Any suggestions?

    Thanks,
    Amit Agarwal
    kahnoie@gmail.com

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    Amit Agarwal
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    I want to add something:
    If I am using ISDN signalling, then can the carrier change the calling party number too or can he just modify the called party number to reroute the number to the end destination operator?
    In my case, the calling party number is getting changed and I am not sure if its due to the intermediary carrier or the end operator

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