In my country, we have to use a prefix before dialing an international number, depending on which provider we use. For example, I use an international calling company for which I have to dial 019 before dialing the international number.
Now, having to edit each and every international phone number in my address book to add a 109 would be annoying. And when I move providers, having to do the whole process again would be very annoying.
Is there a way to tell Android, "every time you see a +, just dial 019 instead"? Or any other solution?
(I use Cyanogenmod.)