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Nomorobo now lists Cox as a carrier for their service. However, I subsequently signed up for Nomorobo only to find out that simultaneous ring is only available in a few select Cox markets. Any idea when simultaneous ring will be available in the Hampton Roads, VA market? Thanks.
Well, it's now July 3rd, 2018 and still no Nomorobo on Cox here in Hampton Roads. Meanwhile, the info on the Nomorobo website is misleading new potential Cox phone customers. Ironic, when one considers that Nomorobo came about, in part, because of spoofing. Go figure.
Cox, a decades old, multi-billion dollar ISP, knows its network topology right down to the demarc at the customer prem. Therefore, in a nutshell, the actual timetable for rollout is based on design, testing, commitment, acquisition and implementation. By now, Cox should have a working migration timetable. However, instead of sharing the actual timetable, we get these vague notices of "We're coming". Well, so is Spring, eventually.
Time tables change. I was told one time table and I mentioned it to others. Turned out it was a few months late and the person got upset. It taught me never to quote a timeframe, so I can only imagine Cox's position.
This isn't rocket science. We're dealing with well-established metrics to get the job done. They could give a reasonable date range at this point in time and even qualify it with a disclaimer. I can only speculate as to why they won't. That speculation includes migration being given priority in those areas where they have competition with others ISPs such as Verizon FIOS who already have Nomorobo available to all of their customers. Of course, if you already have high-speed internet access, a VOIP/SIP provider can typically provide you with telemarketer blocking and call treatment features.
To be honest, your tone makes me no longer want to help. I am only here to help, and only when I find it fun. This conversation is no longer fun. I will let you have it with someone else on this forum. Good day.