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What is call blocking? When we talk about blocking calls, we are talking about technologies or devices that can stop many unwanted calls - such as fraudulent calls and illegal robots - before they reach you. Mobile, landline and home telephones using the Internet (VoIP) have their own call blocking options. Just know that call blocking services can block some legitimate connections. Some companies also offer connection labeling. Call labeling services show categories such as "spam" or "probably fraud" on the phone display for incoming calls. Then you can decide whether to answer the call. Block calls on your mobile phone Graphic showing how to stop unwanted calls on a mobile phone Download the call blocking application One of the best ways to block unwanted calls on your cell phone is to download a call blocking application. The call blocking application works like a filter. The company responsible for the application uses connection data or reports from users to predict which connections are illegal or possibly fraud. The app then intercepts these connections before they reach you. Some applications are free, but others have to be paid for. To obtain a call blocking application: Go to the application store for the phone's operating system (iOS, Android etc.) and check the ratings of the various applications. Browse expert reviews online about call blocking applications. A list of mobile call blocking applications can also be found on ctia.org, the website for the US wireless industry. The site contains a list of applications specific to devices with Android, BlackBerry, iOS (Apple) or Windows. Applications usually allow you to choose how to respond to calls marked as fraud. Connections can: be detained call quietly go directly to voicemail The applications also allow you to perform such activities as: block calls based on the geographical location or area code of the incoming call allow you to create black lists of numbers to block or white lists of numbers to pass send a pre-written text message to the caller file a complaint to the FTC (which can also be done at ftc.gov/complaint) Some applications access your contact list, so know if it's important to you. The application's privacy policy should explain how it obtains and uses your information. See what built-in functions your phone has Many cell phones have menu options that allow you to block calls from certain numbers, although there may be a limit to the number of blocked numbers. Cell phones also typically have features such as Do Not Disturb, during which you can set the times at which calls will go directly to voicemail. See what services your operator offers Check the telephone operator's website or call customer service to find out which call blocking services it offers or recommends. Some services are free, but others may charge a fee. For links to company information on call blocking, go to FCC call blocking resources. Watch this video on how to stop calls on your mobile phone: Block calls on your home phone using the Internet (VoIP) Graphic showing how to stop unwanted calls when using VoIP First check if your phone is using the Internet (VoIP) It is possible that you have VoIP service on your home phone and you do not know it. VoIP means Voice over Internet Protocol and simply means that the phone is making calls over the Internet, not over the phone lines. If you are not sure what you have, contact the operator. But if you use a telephone service through a cable company or use the telephone / internet / cable package, you probably have a VoIP service. If you find out that you do not have an internet telephone service, go to the advice on blocking calls on a traditional landline. Read expert reviews on internet call blocking services Internet call blocking services can block unwanted calls on phones that use the Internet. Your operator can recommend a specific service. But you can also search online for expert reviews. Some services are free and some charge monthly. Some Internet services and mobile applications require all connections to be routed through their service, where they are immediately analyzed. You can choose how to handle unwanted calls. For example, unwanted connections can: be with

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