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I think you can block up to 5 numbers from calling/texting when you manage your VZW account online. It will block the numbers for 90 days only, though, at which time you have to reblock it. If you subscribe to Usage Controls, you can permanently block up to 20 numbers.
The user manual for the Moto Razr V3 is at:
"V3 GSM Motomanual"
http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/V3c_9496A74O.pdf Pages 68-69 of the manual (which correspond to pages 70-71 of the PDF file) state:
"Calling With 1-Touch Dial
To call phonebook entries 1 through 9, press and hold the single-digit
speed dial number for one second.
You can set 1-touch dial to call the entries in your phone memory
phonebook or the SIM card phonebook:
Find the Feature M> Settings > Initial Setup
> 1-Touch Dial
1 S scroll to the location you want
2 SELECT (+) select the location"
Page 8 (page 10 of the PDF file) indicates that the symbols
(represented by "M>", "S", and "SELECT (+)") mean the menu key, 4-way
navigation key, and SELECT.
Page 51 (pages 53 of the PDF file) explains how to store phone numbers
in the phonebook -- which you can then call with 1-touch dial.
Enter the last four digits of your phone number on your cell phone PIN screen. When setting up a cell phone PIN, the default number assigned is the last four digits of your cell phone number for most cell phones.
Enter 9999, and if that doesn't work try 1111. The number sequence 9999 and 1111 are other standard numbers assigned when choosing a cell phone PIN.
Shut off your cell phone, take off the back of your phone and pull out the battery. Record the IMEI number under the battery. Reinsert the battery and power on the phone. Enter the last four digits of the IMEI number on the PIN entry screen. The last four digits on your IMEI number can occasionally be the service provider's preset PIN for the cell phone.
Call your service provider and request the PIN. You will have to prove you are a customer by stating your cell phone number, address and Social Security number.
Turn off your phone. Hold the keys "3," "*" and "Call" and switch the phone on. Hold the three buttons down until the word "Formatting..." appears on the screen. This should reset the phone lock code.
Go to one of the links in the Resources section and have your IMEI number ready. These websites will ask for your phone model and IMEI number and then charge you a set fee for the unlocking PIN.