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Response to IronLionZion (Original post)

Sat Mar 30, 2019, 12:58 PM

4. If you're still a landline user like me

... you can get a free ap for your landline called NoMoRobo and it basically shuts down all robo-dialed calls. I've had it since last year and it works miracles. Any call that isn't robo-dialed still gets identified as possible "spam" if there's no ID on the call, but it allows you to decide if you want to answer it.

Otherwise the call goes to your voice mail, and if it's legitimate you can add the number to your "accepted" phone numbers. If not you can add it to your "blocked" numbers. This NoMoRobo has really changed my life for the better. Thanks Verizon!

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