Billing Rate Matching Prefix = Rate Prefix + Area Prefix
The reason for distinguishing between two prefixes is to allow a number with a special prefix to display the region name based on the region prefix.
The specific example is as follows:
According to the usage rules just mentioned, the current billing rate is 135010. In the popular version, directly input 135010 can meet the billing requirements, but we can find that there is a disadvantage, directly look at the billing rate of 135010. I can’t see that he was sent to the Beijing area, then the name of the area behind it has no meaning, as shown below:
The area name at this time is blank.
(Note: The regional prefix and the regional name are also the data imported in the VOS client. The regional information in the number management of the menu item must have corresponding information, because the regional prefix and the regional name in the tariff table are from the regional information. Get matched
This screenshot is taken from the regional information. The regional information can be provided by our company, but the accuracy is also subject to the customer’s own discretion.
The rate prefix is mainly for the special treatment when the customer sends a special prefix. For example, the prefix given by this customer is the 135+ area code. For the average customer, it is not necessary to be so troublesome. The customer may only send 010. Now, as shown below:
(Note: The area is required. If you fill in 010 separately in the rate prefix, it cannot be applied.)