Because the TEL3Dialer app dials the number for you and once the call is complete the iPhone dialer will close the application. All apps for iPhone work in the same way and until this feature is changed by Apple, dialing numbers with a "#" or "*" will be rejected for security reasons.
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- What languages are currently supported?
- What are the requirements?
- Why do I get an invalid number message when I try to place a call?
- How do you change the access number in case of an issue?
- How do I sync my speed dial numbers with the TEL3Dialer app for iPhone?
- How do you know if the call goes through with your service?
- Why can’t I redial a number automatically from the TEL3Dialer app for iPhone?
- How can I register my iPhone’s number?
- Can I place a call with TEL3Dialer when I’m in Canada?
- What if I place a regular domestic call with the TEL3Dialer app, will I be charged by TEL3?