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Description of Oi 9º Dígito
It was much faster and easier to update your agenda! With the free app Hi 9 Digit you format your contacts to make calls when traveling out of your city or outside Brazil, organize your calendar and enters the ninth digit in all contacts of the regions that have adopted this new numbering format.
You can also standardize the numbers of its agenda to the long-distance code Hi.
The Hi complete you.
By 2016, all mobile numbers in Brazil, except Radios will win the ninth digit. This change is being made gradually, as determined schedule by Anatel.
The contacts saved on the Sim Card are not upgradeable for this application. If you want to upgrade, we recommend that you import the contacts stored on the chip to the memory of your device before updating contacts.
For your safety we recommend that you make a backup of your schedule before making the changes.
You must be connected to the Internet when using the application for the update of the 9th digit rules file is carried out every time a new area receive the ninth digit. The download of the rules file (approximately 7kB) and is free of charge traffic in cellular data network Hi.
Now the user can program the inclusion of +55 in the phone book entries to place calls while traveling abroad. To do this simply select the proper application settings the probable end of the trip. On that date the application will issue a notification reminding the user to re-address book to the original standard without +55.
The initial settings screen (Setup screen that appears after installing the application) now identifies the client source DDD automatically.
User chance to choose what the DDD that the application will add the phonebook entries that are saved without the DDD. For example, one of Rio de Janeiro (area code 21), who lives temporarily in another region, São Paulo, you can choose to include DDD 11 on the phones of your schedule that are without the DDD.
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