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In order to call people abroad I use a discount service that offers rates far better than those offered by either Verizon or Skype. In order to use this service I have to dial their 800 number, than eneter my own PIN code, and then dial the international number I am calling. So a lot of my contacts are structured like this: 1-800-XYZ-ABCD; 123-456-7890; 011 country code, city code, number. I used this system for many years now and it worked fine on my old Droid Charge phone. My new and highly improved Galaxy Note 3 handles it well too, except when the dialing begins it displays not the number I dialed, but the first number in the phone book that has the 800 number. For instance if my phone book looks like this:
Friend 1:
Hom: 1-800-XYZ-ABCD; 123-456-7890; 011 F1Country F1Area F1HomeNumber
Mob: 1-800-XYZ-ABCD; 123-456-7890; 011 F1Country F1Area F1MobileNumber

Friend 2:
Hom: 1-800-XYZ-ABCD; 123-456-7890; 011 F2Country F2Area F2HomeNumber
Mob: 1-800-XYZ-ABCD; 123-456-7890; 011 F2Country F2Area F2MobileNumber

Relative 1:
Hom: 1-800-XYZ-ABCD; 123-456-7890; 011 R1Country R1Area R1HomeNumber
Mob: 1-800-XYZ-ABCD; 123-456-7890; 011 R1Country R1Area R1MobileNumber

Relative 2:
Hom: 1-800-XYZ-ABCD; 123-456-7890; 011 R2Country R2Area R2HomeNumber
Mob: 1-800-XYZ-ABCD; 123-456-7890; 011 R2Country R2Area R2MobileNumber

No matter which number I choose the Dialer application ALWAYS shows that I am calling Friend 1 home number. It does dial correctly what I chose, but it is very confusing when it prominently displays the wrong name.