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Blocked Incoming Calls

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by News, Dec 10, 2003.

  1. Harry Krause

    Harry Krause Guest

    Real Estate Agent wrote:

    > "brianric" ...
    >> I have two cell phones. Only 10 people have the number to one of them, so

    > I
    >> always answer that one. The other cell phone, if you are not on my contact
    >> list, you go straight to voice mail.

    >
    > Ah.....another TWO phone subscriber! Actually, I suspect there are quite a
    > few of us with dual handsets.
    >
    > I should have realized something when posting, previously. When discussing
    > this, it is significant to know whether a phone is used for "business" or
    > "personal". My perspective is from the "business" side, so I take all calls.
    >
    > The distinction is important. I can see that a phone used 100% for personal
    > calls gives folks more latitude in choosing whether to accept. I still stand
    > by my caution that family members might call from a blocked phone, on
    > occasion. Never mind how I know. (grin).
    >
    > -Paul-
    >
    >


    We have three cell phones...my wife has one with Verizon, I have one
    with ATT and one with Verizon. The two Verizon phones are "work" related
    cells, and we give the numbers out to work-related folks. In fact, I
    have the Verizon number on my business card.

    The ATT line is personal. Only family and friends get the number; I
    block it outgoing.


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    Email sent to piedtypecase@yahoo.com is never read.



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  2. DevilsPGD

    DevilsPGD Guest

    In message <<YaIJb.233958$I53.10487722@twister.southeast.rr.com>> "Real
    Estate Agent" <spamblockCaryRealtor@nc.rr.com> did ramble:

    >The distinction is important. I can see that a phone used 100% for personal
    >calls gives folks more latitude in choosing whether to accept. I still stand
    >by my caution that family members might call from a blocked phone, on
    >occasion. Never mind how I know. (grin).


    Teach them how voicemail works, and check your voicemail frequently.
    Very few unwanted callers seem to leave voicemail, at least in my case.

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    A cheap shot is a terrible thing to waste.

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