A caller ID with call screening function will do. You can customize this function to cope with your answering rule. You can create a list of contacts preset in your system so that all numbers not included in the list will be automatically directed to your voicemail.
Yes.Go to donotcall.gov and register your telephone number. After a period of time, you will have most call stopped. If they do continue to call, you may be able to sue them. This doesn't apply to charities, surveys, or businesses with which you have an estbalished relationship, or bill collectors. When they call, ask them to remove you from their calling list and to cease calls to your number. They are required by law to do so.
The phone providers can block 1-800 calls on your telephone. However, if you are using a VOIP service, you can set the 1-800 numbers in the call block settings and stop receiving those calls.
That depends on your phone company. Contact your customer service, or check the company's website.
no there is no charge to block unwanted calls
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Just dont answer
This can be done via the Boost website. There will be a prompt to enter the mobile number from which one wishes to view the calls, followed by a request for the passcode. This will enable the user to view their incoming calls from the past month.
Your phone carrier will block it for you, you just have to go to the store and ask them to block it or you could call them depending on the network
*77 to activate *87 to turn off
Duct tape and bollistics.
Pretend to be someone else
I am not sure what you mean. You need to block calls to your land line from cell phones only? I don't think it's possible. You can call your phone company and ask them to block a particular phone number (for a fee), or you can buy one of those devices that let you block calls from 'unknown' numbers. Another option is to find out who calls you and ask them to stop. You can enter the number that calls you at 800notes.com, http://800notes.com , to see if other people have reported calls from it. If yes, then you might find our who the caller is and how to stop the calls.