is there a way to call some one with out my # coming up

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Charlie Chan

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Timo Tuokkola, Mobile Master

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There should be an option to hide your number under call settings->call display. I don't have an Android phone to hand right now, so it's hard to be more precise. You can also dial #31# in front of the number you're too block outbound call display on a per call basis.
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*67 before the phone number in Canada / USA on a per call basis. Here's settings on a few phone manufacturers :


On iPhones: go to Settings > Phone > Show My Caller ID. Then turn off caller ID. This will work for many carriers but not all; for example, Verizon requires that you change these settings on their website rather than on the phone itself.[7]

On Samsung phones: go to Apps > Settings > My Device. Then select Call, and from there Call Settings > Additional settings > Caller ID. Then select Hide Number.[8]

On HTC phones: from the Menu, select Settings > Call > Additional Settings > Caller ID. Select Hide Number.[9]

On LG phones: from the Phone application, select Call Settings. Find and select Caller ID, and then select Hide Number.[10]

On Blackberrys[guessi g bbos]: from the Phone application, select the Blackberry button > Options > In-Call Settings. Under Restrict My Identity, select Always. Press the Blackberry button > Save


http://m.wikihow.com/Block-Caller-ID#...
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Timo Tuokkola, Mobile Master

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*67 won't work on HSPA, you would need to dial #31# instead.
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This will not work if you are calling a 1-800 number or an emergency service like 911.
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