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Most of the telecom service providers offer call blocking features. In addition to this, most of the vtech cordless phone sets have built-in features through which you can block incoming calls from a specific number.
Create a "Call Block List" on the vtech phone and store the Caller ID information of unwanted callers in the list. The numbers you feed in the block list will get a busy signal every time they try to call you.
Ring up the customer service of the telecom company that is providing you the phone service. Tell the representative that you want to get your incoming calls blocked from a specific number. The company will then add that number to a list of blocked numbers for your particular phone number. In the future, every time an unwanted caller tries to ring you up, he will hear a recording saying the number has been blocked.
Visit the website donotcall.gov. Add your phone number to the website's list of phone numbers that cannot be reached by telemarketers and businesses.
You need to call up your telecom service provider. And tell them that your sim card is blocked and its asking for a PUK code. Then they will ask you some information and provide you with the PUK code. And yes you need to call them from other cell phone of the same service provider to get a code.
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Call diversion is always a telecom provider service and is not done by the phone itself which merely accesses and modifies the settings held by the service provider.
You must therefore contact your telecoms service provider to ask how to activate call diversion: not all service providers offer it, and the method varies according to the company and sometimes even the exact subscription plan.
Yes you can use that kind of phone in India. All you have to do to make it operable is to buy a sim card that belongs to India country Telecommunications company which offer services to your phone. Below is the list of India Mobile Service Providers.
Alternative to using a dial-up modem via the telecom system is to connect via an internet service provider. If this is your home, then you will need to have either DSL or cable piped in via a provider (either the French telecom company or another "ISP"). This service is usually considered "broadband" and is faster than dial-up modelm. If the place is managed by someone else, ask ahead if they have wireless or ethernet (wired) internet service. Your laptop likely has the connector for wired ethernet service, but check if it has wireless capability. If it doesn't you will need to purchase a wireless NIC. These are available in USB and PC-Card formats depending on what you have.
A final resort if the choices above do not work, is to get a PC-Card 3G data network card. These are 3G telecom modems that plug right into your laptop. They will come with a monthly access charge similar to a 3G cellular phone (uses the same network). But, it is very important that you check that there is service in the locale that you are going to use it in. These work well for remote locations, but again, you must check coverage first.