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My phone automatically inserts the number 1 prior to the area code being dialed but do to the fact that i am in mexico, this is not needed but my phone inserts the 1 automatically which keeps me from

I am in mexico and i am using my htc touch but my problem is that here we do not use the number 1 before the number dialed by my phone inserts this automatically before every number dialed. how do i remove this

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You should go into your number edit and remove it from the prefix selection.

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