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  1. #1
    Billy
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    Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked on an 3310 or a 6310 I
    lock my keys but still find I sometimes dial this number if I leave my
    phone in my pocket, is there anyway to block all the keys at once, or just
    the 999 combination. (I know it's a safety feature but it's one I can do
    without as I can always use an alternative)





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  2. #2
    Nick \(UK\)
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    Re: Can number can be blocked


    "Billy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked on an 3310 or a 6310 I
    > lock my keys but still find I sometimes dial this number if I leave my
    > phone in my pocket, is there anyway to block all the keys at once, or just
    > the 999 combination. (I know it's a safety feature but it's one I can do
    > without as I can always use an alternative)
    >
    >



    You may know an alternative number such as 112, but not everyone does.

    Chances are slim, but if something happened to you and you were unconcious
    and your phone was the only means of contact with the Emergency Services and
    the person who discovered you wasn't aware of an alternative, you could be
    in trouble.

    Therefore, the answer to your question is no.

    Nick.





  3. #3
    ski_power
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    Re: Can number can be blocked

    In short, no.
    If you want to block an incoming number then I think the nokia 2300 has got a number block feature.

    Originally posted by Billy
    Can anyone tell me if the 999 number can be blocked on an 3310 or a 6310 I
    lock my keys but still find I sometimes dial this number if I leave my
    phone in my pocket, is there anyway to block all the keys at once, or just
    the 999 combination. (I know it's a safety feature but it's one I can do
    without as I can always use an alternative)
    What you lookin' here for ehhh?



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