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    Re: Solutions for dealing with unwanted calls/voicemails?

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    PM me and I'll give u a GrandCentral account, u get a new phone number that will block unwanted calls.
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    Re: Solutions for dealing with unwanted calls/voicemails?

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~I have used Berry Blocker but just switched to Blacklist/Whitelist and it is much easier to use. You can block all private or unknown calls in one step. You can block a known number off the "view contact" screen. I had some problems when I first loaded it but their tech support responded almost immediately. I have 250 employees and an unknown number of customers who have my cell # and I use 5000 minutes a month. I've become very good at screening out unwanted calls! If you want to disable voicemail, it sounds like you know where to find your #. Just go into edit and remove the last number. No more voice mail.

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    Re: Solutions for dealing with unwanted calls/voicemails?

    Hell, that guy hasn't been here since he posted this back in march.
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    Re: Solutions for dealing with unwanted calls/voicemails?

    I was getting a LOT of unsolicited calls at home on both my fax and voice numbers. Then they created the National Do Not Call registry. To test it, I registered my fax number and the calls dwindled down to just a few, and when I answered the few that came in and told them I was registered and did they want me to file a complaint, they stopped all together! I now have both phones and four cell phones and my work phone registered!

    Here's where you register your number: https://www.donotcall.gov/default.aspx
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