This blog will include the most common ways to get rid of unwanted calls on your home telephone number. To be clear, no this method will guarantee that your number will be 100% free spam, but they can be very helpful. You can free your landline number with numberDock.
After applying this tactic to our business number, we reduce our spam calls more than 80%. How do we do it?
1. Check whether your service provider offers spam blocking features
2. Add your number to National Don't call the registry
1. Check whether your service provider offers spam blocking features.
The first place you want to check is with your provider to see if they offer anti-spam software.
Verizon has a good page with a step-by-step solution, all of which are borne later in this article.
On Tangline AT & T, you can block unwanted calls from up to 100 numbers by pressing * 61 after your unwanted incoming call. You can also report Robocalls here.
2. Add your number to do not call the registry.
Registry Don't call is a government managed, don't call a list. The purpose of this list is to protect people from unwanted telemarketers. However, this call is usually from a legitimate business (the only one who respects government guidelines). So while it can take care of some of your telemarketer calls, it won't do anything to prevent Robocall or foreign spammers.