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2013-05-25 06:27:00
2013-05-25 06:27:00

Outgoing calls should be itemised on your bill. Incoming calls are not usually listed (because you're not charged to receive calls !) If that's not your number - you have no right to access the calls information !


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You are to apply before the Telephone Authority for outgoing and incoming calls list of your telephone number against a nominal charge.

Tricky one as mobile phones differ according to the model. On my Sony Ericsson, there is a 'green selection key' which, if I press it, shows me a list of recent incoming and outgoing numbers.

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Yes - you are blocking their incoming calls - not your outgoing number ! There are ways to withhold your own number when dialling out.

Do not call them. This way they will never be able to learn your number. So SIMPLE !

Yes. From the US, dial *67 before the number. From the UK, dial 141 before the number.

If you want to find the mobile owner of an incoming call you might want to check, you will probably find what you are looking for there

If you're in the United States, dial *67 before you type in the number (example: *67123-456-7890)

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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.

Just that - incoming calls. When someone calls your mobile phone number, this also eats up your 'anytime' minutes during peak use times.

You will have to contact your toll-free service provider for instructions on how to do this. It varies from company to company.

Phones differ slightly, but you should be able to enter the menu, go to Call History, and check "Incoming" or "Outgoing" which ever is appropriate for the last call. It will give you the number (as long as the incoming was not blocked), date, and time of the call. Most phones also give the duration of the call.

You can not have two devices having the same number, what you can do instead is transfer incoming calls to the landline to your mobile. In other words, when someone is calling your landline it will instead be redirected to your mobile device.

A typical job in a call center would be to answer incoming calls or dial out for outgoing calls. They are often responsible for customer service or answering questions from a 1 800 number.

Unless it's your number - you have no right to access that information ! Your service provider should be able to supply a list of outgoing calls. However - they'll probably charge you for supplying the information.

Unfortunately, nTelos does not keep the verbiage to your text messages for privacy issues. You can however view date, time, number, and whether it was an incoming or outgoing message.

Yes. Someone can listen in to you cell phone conversation. There are spy things out there that you can buy that will let people put in your cell phone number and listen in to conversations or read incoming and outgoing text messages.

It means either outgoing or incoming calls have been stopped. People calling the number will get a message saying you're not accepting calls at the moment. If you try to dial out, you will get a recorded message telling you your service is restricted.

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