There is a new service available to intercept and block robocalls. Several phone service providers now provide access to this service but Cox does not yet. I am requesting that such access be provided. The service is called "Nomorobo" and a brief description, as I understand it, is as follows. All incoming calls to my number are intercepted and routed to a different number where a sophisticated algorithm makes a very quick determination of the probability that it is a robocall. If the determination is that it is NOT a robocall, my phone is then allowed to ring and the delay is less than a second. If the determination is that it IS a robocall, then a voice requests the caller to press a particular key and, if there is a correct response, the call is allowed to proceed normally. My understanding is that the success rate of the algorithm is very good. Probably 90% of the calls I receive are robocalls, many of which are silent, and there is a GREAT need for a service of this kind.