Option 2: Do not call Most critical, You have to
initiate Do not call Registry ! You have to choose 'don't call registry' to stay
far from such calls, also this choice comes free of expense to all portable or phone
users ! (give the link of DND article)
Option 3: Filter CallsOther way to buy the software
to filter calls,SMS. The application may give you a choice to block the calls in
view of numerous courses, as craved by the clients like beginning number, promoters,
Overseas calls, and so on...
Option 4: Last caller barring perhaps unsurprisingly,
this feature blocks the number of the last person to call you. It’s useful if you
take a call from a salesperson or other nuisance caller, and know from that first
conversation that you’ll never want to speak to them again. Once selected, the caller
will hear a busy tone the next time they call. Of course, they have to call you
at least once before you can block them. Last caller barring is available on some
phones, as well as via your phone provider or through most call blockers.
Option5:International call blocking
if most of your
calls from abroad are from a man in Mumbai trying to offer you an upgrade on your
broadband, then you might be tempted by the option to block international calls.
Only UK-based phone numbers will be able to get through to you, although the trueCall
call blocker will also let any friends or relatives abroad enter a special code
to bypass the block.
International call blocking is available on some phones or through most call blockers.
Option6: Silence/Night mode
If you don’t get too
many nuisance calls, or simply don’t want to speak to anyone when you’re settling
down to watch Eastenders, then Silence/Night mode gives you the option to set a
time period when your phone won’t ring. It essentially mutes the ringtone, meaning
that the call is getting through – you just won’t hear it. You can select numbers
from your phonebook to bypass this if there are people you don’t mind talking to
at any time.