|Re: '80' Country Code|
|Mark Crispin (MRC@CAC.Washington.EDU)|
Tue, 21 Jun 2005 13:44:11 -0700
For what it's worth, I've received international calls in which the|
*last* two digits were truncated in caller ID.
For example, my Japanese cell phone (dual W-CDMA/GSM, roaming on US
That number does not belong to any of my friends in Japan who would
So, it's most likely a "wangiri".
"Wangiri" is a common form of spamming mobile phones used in Japan.
Japan is a country in which the caller pays both to call a mobile
In sending me a wangiri, the spammer just wasted the resources of NTT
Vodafone Japan's instructions quaintly state the following about
I wonder if Europe has similar problems, since they also practice
-- Mark --
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