No. This is a wise tale started by e-mail chain letters. There are no 'master lists'. Each carrier has the numbers registered, but not centralized. Often times - they have multiple database systems for different areas of the country. This system makes it impossible to print or provide a list of all registered numbers.
For cell phones call from the cell phone 888-3821222
A no call list is intended to stop unwanted telephone calls from telemarketers. You can register your phone number in a directory to eliminate these calls.
In order to be off a telemarketing list, you need to register your phone number with the "Do Not Call" list. This is a government service. Once you are on the list, it is illegal for telemarketers to contact you.
Telemarketers and people who do telephone research or charities are not allowed to call any cell phones by law. If they accidentaly call your number, just tell them it's a cell phone and they won't call you again.
Yes, depends on the type of account these telemarketers have.
It is not nearly as common as telemarketer calls to landline phones since it is usually illegal for telemarketers to call wireless phone numbers. It does still happen, though users can register their number with the national do-not-call registry.
No, they are not. And even so, you can add your number to the Do Not Call list at any time. There is no deadline. Read the story at this link: http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/cell411.asp
No it is not true. This rumor comes around every year but the truth of the matter is that cell phone records are not public records and cannot be published. The number you provided is for the National Do Not Call Registry and they add your numbers to the list for Telemarketers not to call.
Here's a great article that tells you how to get rid of all telemarketers for good. There's tips on how to register for the National Do Not Call List as well as how to handle telemarketers on the phone effectively.http://www.ehow.com/how_5424691_block-telemarketing-calls-forever.html
It depends on the phone. Be specific.
she has a stupid phone
you forward your house phone number to your cell phone because if you forget your number then you can have it on your speed dial list.
Out of Area are usally bill collectors or telemarketers.
You can either call: (888) 382-1222 or go to the website: www.donotcall.gov to put your phone number in so that telemarketers are not allowed to call you.
They get their information from large phone companies who we believe are selling on our numbers for extra cash to third party companies such as telemarketers
Generally not. Phone books list land line phone numbers.
You should compile a list of things you want out of a cell phone plan and things you don't want out of a cell phone plan. Then, you should compare all the offers you see with your list. The plan that most closely correlates to your list will be the best plan for you.
The do not call list could help you cut down on the calls you get. You do have to keep updating it. You can register your phone number at do not call gov.
Well u have to take your boyfriends phone and check the call reject list
You can go to: http://cellphones.about.com/od/plans_bystate/a/st_california.htm It has a list of all cell phone service providers in California
Ask them nicely to stop. Another more effective way to stop on unwanted phone solicitiors is to instruct them to put you on the "Do Not Call List". The "Do Not Call List" is regulated by each state and makes telemarketers stop.
Preferred Roaming List. A list of the frequency bands a phone can use or roam on outside of their home area.
Have your number placed on the national do not call list. Do not give out your phone number. Bark at them like a dog when they call. Ask for their home number so you can call them later. Answer the phone and act like you can't hear them; they'll give up.
A good place to find a list of cell phone plans that compare Verizon to AT&T would be on www.mashable.com. There, if you run a search, you can find information on the comparisons over the last year, and possibly this year.