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My cell phone was receiving so many robocalls that I could not take it anymore.

 

So I broke down and spent $30 to add robocall blocker to my iPhone.

 

It has really worked since last night when I added it to my apps.

 

I was receiving at least two or three robocalls an hour, which made working difficult and driving very dangerous.

 

As of today, one day later, I have not received any robocalls and life is good.

 

Our land line is over 25 years old and may not qualify for the Verizon robocall blocking program so I have to call them and find out.

 

If you are being driven crazy by robocalls on your iPhone I suggest you consider adding the robocall block app.

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@Sam is that a one-time purchase or do you have to pay every month for the app? 

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5 hours ago, Gundog said:

@Sam is that a one-time purchase or do you have to pay every month for the app? 

Gundog, no, only the $30 one time payment for the year.

 

Now, I may be wrong but I do believe it is only $30 one time.


If it is different I will let all know.

 

 

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Fortunately for us, T-Mobile does it for "free".

 

Robocalls are an extreme nuisance.

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12 hours ago, Gundog said:

@Sam is that a one-time purchase or do you have to pay every month for the app? 

Gundog, I looked it up and it is $30 for the year starting after one free week.

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9 hours ago, Darren. said:

Fortunately for us, T-Mobile does it for "free".

 

Robocalls are an extreme nuisance.

Verizon becomes less attractive everyday.

 

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32 minutes ago, NYWayfarer said:

Verizon becomes less attractive everyday.

 

NY, you are sooooo correct.

 

If you miss your contract deadline they continue it for one more year and you have to pay a penalty to get out of it.

 

My best friend in New Orleans got tired of paying for the SEC channel and he dropped it. Now that the Fighting Tigers baseball team is doing well and he is tired of calling me to find out what is happening in the games, he called Verizon and got a new deal where the picked up the SEC and one other channel and saved $20 a month. Go figure.

 

And when your monthly bill comes out the first thing Verizon does is to send you texts on your cell phone that the bill is due when in actuality you have at least two more weeks to go before it is due.

 

But it is what it is and that is the way it is.

 

My cell phone has gone quiet since I got the Robocall app. At least that seems to be working.

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