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  1. #1
    Asterisk
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    Is there anyway to use this feature on Sprint PCS?

    I ask because some idiot from the same phone number (612-208-1212)
    keeps calling me. I never answer it and simply let it roll to
    voicemail. They *have* to know they have the wrong number by now, but
    once a day at utterly random times the number calls me. I'd love to
    block it and avoid the whole thing. But if I can't do this, I guess
    going and filing a police report will be my only recourse.




    See More: Selective Call Rejection?




  2. #2
    mikeyhsd
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    Re: Selective Call Rejection?

    might answer it one time and find out who/what it is
    request that they CEASE calling you.

    number is registered in roseville ,mn


    [email protected]



    "Asterisk" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    Is there anyway to use this feature on Sprint PCS?

    I ask because some idiot from the same phone number (612-208-1212)
    keeps calling me. I never answer it and simply let it roll to
    voicemail. They *have* to know they have the wrong number by now, but
    once a day at utterly random times the number calls me. I'd love to
    block it and avoid the whole thing. But if I can't do this, I guess
    going and filing a police report will be my only recourse.




  3. #3
    Asterisk
    Guest

    Re: Selective Call Rejection?

    I'm not answering my phone at 5am. I've been wise enough to turn my
    ringer off at night. I identify myself in my voicemail message, if
    they are too damn dumb as to not comprehend they have a wrong number,
    **** em.

    On Sat, 25 Nov 2006 23:36:00 GMT, "mikeyhsd" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >might answer it one time and find out who/what it is
    >request that they CEASE calling you.
    >
    >number is registered in roseville ,mn
    >
    >




  4. #4
    ojo-malformed
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    Re: Selective Call Rejection?

    On Sat, 25 Nov 2006 13:10:19 -0600, Asterisk wrote:

    > Is there anyway to use this feature on Sprint PCS?
    >
    > I ask because some idiot from the same phone number (612-208-1212) keeps
    > calling me. I never answer it and simply let it roll to voicemail. They
    > *have* to know they have the wrong number by now, but once a day at
    > utterly random times the number calls me. I'd love to block it and avoid
    > the whole thing. But if I can't do this, I guess going and filing a
    > police report will be my only recourse.


    I don't know if it will work on all models, but on my Sanyo SCP-3100, I
    would add the number to my contact list under something like "****head"
    and set the ringer to "none". If they leave a voicemail, that will still
    be a problem, but it will keep your phone quiet for the usual roll-off
    delay.




  5. #5
    Scott
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    Re: Selective Call Rejection?

    Asterisk <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]
    4ax.com:

    > I'm not answering my phone at 5am. I've been wise enough to turn my
    > ringer off at night. I identify myself in my voicemail message, if
    > they are too damn dumb as to not comprehend they have a wrong number,
    > **** em.
    >
    > On Sat, 25 Nov 2006 23:36:00 GMT, "mikeyhsd" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>might answer it one time and find out who/what it is
    >>request that they CEASE calling you.
    >>
    >>number is registered in roseville ,mn
    >>
    >>




    And if it is an automated dialer doing the calling, are you expecting the
    computer to recognize the wrong number?

    Based on your last post, it would seem that it's not really that big a
    problem for you. You're not willing to answer the phone once to solve the
    problem- it would appear that you are looking for the lazy way out as
    opposed to solving the problem.



  6. #6
    dafydd
    Guest

    Re: Selective Call Rejection?

    Sprint does not offer the feature per se, but a few phone models have
    it as part of their make up. A once over of your fine manual should
    answer any questions as to whether your particular model supports it.
    If it does not, you might want to think about registering your number
    with donotcall.gov. It takes about 31 days to circulate your number to
    the various telemarketing places and get removed from their lists, but
    if it is a private individual calling this will not work. Of course as
    you are unwilling to answer the call to find out, you may never know.



    Asterisk wrote:
    > Is there anyway to use this feature on Sprint PCS?
    >
    > I ask because some idiot from the same phone number (612-208-1212)
    > keeps calling me. I never answer it and simply let it roll to
    > voicemail. They *have* to know they have the wrong number by now, but
    > once a day at utterly random times the number calls me. I'd love to
    > block it and avoid the whole thing. But if I can't do this, I guess
    > going and filing a police report will be my only recourse.





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