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We get so many unwanted calls; how can I block that number? Do I do it while I have them on the line, or after I have hung up?
Selective Call Rejection will be a monthly fee. If you're interested in Nomorobo, we can help configure it.
Another option to consider, if you happen to be in the market for a new cordless phone or cordless phone system, is to look at cordless phones at offer call blocking. Most Panasonic cordless phones, for example, offer call blocking of complete numbers and number patterns (i.e. 1-757-555-XXXX or 1-757-XXX-XXXX). You can even set the phone to not ring on the first ring, therefore when a received call comes from a number on the list or the number is blocked by Nomorobo, you'll never hear your phone ring. The display will light up showing the call and that it was blocked. But, again, you'll hear no ring if it is set to wait for the second ring. Also, some Panasonic cordless phone systems offer power backup whereby a cordless phone left in the main base will power your cordless phone system during a power outage. If you're on the newer system, your eMTA modem would have to have a backup battery or your eMTA modem is powered by a UPS system during a power outage. Good luck.
A phone with a call-blocking feature could be handy but you'd have to buy the new phone. Also, a phone with a call-blocking feature is just that...a phone. Although some can store 250 numbers on its block list, the displays are tiny, navigation is extensive and once you reach block-number 250, you'll have to assess which number(s) to remove. It could be more frustrating than handy.
I bought a cheap tablet with a USB port, a USB modem and the PhoneTray call-blocking program. All for under $100. I have unlimited blocking, easy navigation and control of my phone. Nomo, SCR and tiny phones are a joke.
You had me all the way up 'till you called Nomorobo a joke. As long as Cox can get it to work, it should work great. Not fool proof mind you, but considering it's free, I would call it a good deal. I had it with Verizon and I had no complaints.