Read the forum guidelines
They haven't complied with the full intent of stopping robocall calls with spoofed numbers. To do so they need to verify the incoming call is not a spoofed number,and stop it from ringing through. They have failed to do this.
I have nomorerobo,I pay extra for my 30 blocked number feature,I am on the National do not call registry, I have a $100 Panasonic call blocking device,
Cox has the resources to stop this, and their alleged "compliance" results in my getting 6-8 spoofed robocalls a day, 7 days a week for the last 18 months.
Your suggestion of hooking up to computers will never be done by 98% of people over 65.
My suggestion is superior to anything mentioned herein.
You sound like a Cox employee.
You're not 98% of people. You're 1 person. Connecting a computer is easy. If you'd like, I could easily explain how. If you won't do it, please spare me the effort to explain.
I'm not a Cox employee. I control who can ring my phone.
Hello Bruce, Could you care to give more information on the required software and setup information ( a Web page URL ) on connecting a computer as mentioned in your post, Thank You.
I would gladly help but I think it should be a different post. This was about the effectiveness of STIR. Perhaps "Call-Blocking Recommendations" in the Phone Forum.