"home zone" functionality

Matthias Lohr matthias_e_lohr at web.de
Thu Apr 17 10:20:11 CEST 2008

Sorry for the unprecise question...
I know about the "home" announcing when you begin a call, I used it because my imported mobile phone doesn't have the house symbol. But it would be nicer to get the house on the phone, although it's just an unimportant feature. I have no idea how it works. But it shouldn't be a problem for a phone company to get the specs.


> Hi,
> > I'm german and using o2. It offers the so called "Homezone" which is a
> > area you can define the center. When in this area (depending on GSM
> > cells) you can give and receive calls with a additionaly provided
> > fixed line number at lower charge. So my question is: is this feature
> > already in the todo list?
> As far as I know, homezone is independet from the mobile phone. I used
> 02 some years with a mobile phone with non-special software. The only
> difference is (if you use o2), that you have this nice little house on
> the display, when you are inside your homezone.
> Regards,
> Ricky.
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