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13:30 Jun 26, 2007
German to English translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Telecom(munications) / Is it simply "prefix" ?
German term or phrase:Rufnummergasse
I don't have a context (Excel sheet), but there are plenty of references on Google, e.g. Testbericht: Die mobile 032 Rufnummergasse - Preise, Routing und ...- [ Translate this page ]Testbericht: Die mobile 032 Rufnummergasse - Preise, Routing und co Voip-mobil.
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Dialer- [ Translate this page ]Im Zeitraum vom 05.01. bis zum 09.01.2002 wurden über das Telefonnetz der Beklagten zwei verschiedene Mehrwertdienste über die Rufnummergasse 0190 angewählt ... www.ra-kotz.de/dialer18.htm - 24k - Cached - Similar pages
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verschiedene Mehrwertdienste über die Rufnummergasse 0190 angewählt. ... über die 0190er Rufnummergasse ein Vertrag zwischen den Beklagten und der T (. ...
If there is an English equivalent, it doesn't seem to be a literal translation! Can anybody help? Or could it just be "prefix"? Thanks a lot
Explanation: From a bit of googling, it appears that Rufnummergasse is popularly used to refer to any combination of an access code, country code, and/or area code. Although I'm not an expert in the field, I doubt that there is an equivalent term in English, and especially in your case, it would be a good idea to ask the client for clarification of the intended meaning.
Ken Cox Local time: 07:29 Works in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 90