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Well, there still is no local phone number for nomorobo, and I think this mess is about to go big and wide. I received a mailer this week from Cox, aimed at the entire Tucson market no doubt, announcing the switch to Cox Voice and the availability of nomorobo. Following the instructions provided, everyone will get the same long distance number I was given. So the calls to customer service are about to go way up. Still think it is acceptable to ignore my request for a local number? You will get my phone service disconnected next month before I will call again (that will be the third) to get LD charges taken off the bill.
Yes, even I have reached out to them, and I don't even have Cox Voice phone service. All they provided was a 1-866 number but the Cox UI doesn't allow any change from the default number given by the Nomorobo system. My question is there separate options for Sim. Ring besides the one for Nomorobo?
PS. Do any of the moderators(or anyone else here) have Cox Voice that they could try out suggestions?
I reached out several times. The one time they did contact me, they said they would reach out to Cox because "Cox shouldn't be charging for that call anyway." Like I said, Cox just mailed out notifications to every customer that nomorobo was now available. One can only imagine how many angry customers will be calling billing next month... Both Cox and Nomorobo say it isn't their problem, but I say it is up to both to solve this easy fix. I kept my landline only on the promises of "nomorobo will be here soon", and now this. It works great, by the way, but not worth the hassle of calling every month to get LD charges credited back to the account.
Just know that I am rooting for you. Though honestly I am also watching and considering getting Cox Voice when it becomes available here, so thank you for pushing through the early bugs. I think you are starting to get some traction on your DSLReport thread which is great. Good luck!