teddysmum wrote: »
BT will probably get people hooked, then start charging.
Our Panasonic phones have caller blocker, but we have not needed to use the facility.
Teapot55 wrote: »
(I would like to have added a link here to the clip on the BBC website, but was unable to find one: if anyone else manages to find it, that would be really good. The interview lasted only a few minutes & was broadcast at about 8.50 this morning - Mon 16th Jan 2017).
Mister_G wrote: »
I find that my BT8500 does the job just as well.
Not one nuisance call has got through since I installed it about 18 months ago. And it works with any provider that has Caller ID.
Ectophile wrote: »
Try http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b088b853 and it's about 02:49:00 into the programme (near the end).
Doc_N wrote: »
Free, no device to purchase, and available to all BT customers.
The new service allows you to block all nuisance calls, even if they change their numbers to avoid call blocking devices."BT Call Protect helps to prevent unwanted nuisance calls. By managing your settings, you can decide which calls you want to send to a junk voicemail."
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