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My grandson,s phone,cell phone #262-203-4980 is blocked from calling my home#, 262-882-5088. when he calls my phone rings one time and a message pops up on my phone,caller blocked. could this be caused by the national no call service and if so how do I fix it. thank you David Cain. email- dcn383@aol.com.

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How do i block a number on my alcatel one touch pixi 3


Block Calls & Messages:

  1. Open the apps drawer and launch "Contacts"
  2. Tap the name of the contact you want to block calls and messages from
  3. Tap "Edit" > "Menu" and enable "All calls to voicemail"

Unblock Calls & Messages:

  1. Launch "Contacts"
  2. Tap the contact you want to unblock
  3. Tap "Edit" > "Menu"
  4. Disable "All calls to voicemail"

Forward Calls (Unconditional):

  1. Tap "Phone" on the home screen
  2. Tap "Menu" > "Settings"
  3. Tap "Call settings" > "Call forwarding"
  4. Choose to "Always forward" and if necessary, enter the phone number to forward calls to
  5. Tap "Enable"

Forward Calls (Conditional Forwarding):

  1. Open the "Phone" app
  2. Tap "Menu" > "Settings"
  3. Go to "Call settings" and tap "Call forwarding"
  4. Select to forward calls "When busy", "When unanswered" or "When unreachable"
  5. Enter the phone number you want to forward calls to and tap "Update" or "Enable"

Turn Off Call Forwarding:

  1. Open "Phone" and tap "Menu"
  2. Tap "Settings" > "Call settings" > "Call forwarding"
  3. Select "Always forward", "When busy", "When unanswered" or "When unreachable"
  4. Tap "Disable"


Read more: http://cellphoneforums.net/general-cell-phone-forum/t381553-alcatel-onetouch-pixi-3-block-calls-messages%3B-forward-calls.html#ixzz4TXeusLlT

Dec 22, 2016 | Alcatel Cell Phones

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How do I block a number?


Call your provider.

If your provider doesn't block numbers, what has worked for me in the past is sending a text message along these lines every time you get a text

Error 23: SMS Not Delivered - Sender blocked by intended recipient

They might not believe it the first few times, but it gets the point across and the texts usually stop. As for calls, just let them ring through and never answer them.

Jun 22, 2015 | Samsung Intensity II SCH-U460 Grey Verizon...

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Hi i want to block number to call me ,my phone is nokia 1280


You can not block that number.Your mobile will not support for that.
* You can do one thing.You can add that number to the screened list.
* If you add means your mobile will not ring if that person calls you.
* Their you will see the miss call information.
* If they send you message means it will be stored in the screened message.
* If you want to add that number means you should follow this steps.
* If you have miss call from that number means select that number there you will be having option select that option.
* There scroll over to add to scrn.list select that one.
* Then it will ask do you want to add this number to screened list.
* Select it.
* From now you wont get ring if that person call you.
* Message will be stored in screened message.Select message scroll over to screened message.In that you will find the message.


Thanks for your question.

Jun 27, 2011 | Nokia 1280 Cell Phone

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Our phones only ring 4 rings before going to message bank. We have a telstra wall connection, and 3 panasonic KX-TG1840AL


Hi,

You can change the number of times the phone rings before the unit answers calls.
You can select 2 to 7 rings, or “Auto”.

“Auto”: The unit answers after 2 rings when new messages have been recorded, and
after 5 rings when there are no new messages. If you call your phone from
outside to listen to new messages, you will know that there are no messages when the phone rings for the 3rd time. You can then hang up without being charged for the call.

1 Press OK.
Select Answer System, then press >(Right navigation button).
2 Select Settings, then press >.
3 Select Number of Rings, then press >.
4 Select the desired setting, then press >.
5 Press End button

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Aug 10, 2010 | Cell Phones

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I need to block an incoming number on my Motorola SLVR L7 cell phone on the ATT network. Can that be done on the phone itself? Will it block incomingtexts from the same number?


This will block the call, I am really not sure about the text messages although my guess is it should

Settings >>> Security >>> Restrict Calls

If that doesn't work, you can always assign a ring tone for the number, and select silent as the ring tone, but that will not block text

Nov 26, 2009 | Motorola Mobility SLVR L7 Cellular Phone

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LG Vu calls coming in that are anonymous/restricted numbers


to reject calls you need to go to the main menu then go to your settings and touch call then scroll down and you will see the call reject icon then enter that icon and then go to the call reject list and touch new so that you can block the number

good luck

Mar 22, 2009 | LG Vu CU920 Cellular Phone

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I need to retrieve my home phone messages from cell phone


Activating Call Forwarding

You can activate Call Forwarding whenever you want your calls to be sent to another phone, including a mobile phone. Once activated, all your calls will be sent to the forwarding number you request. Each time a call is forwarded, you will hear one short reminder tone on your home phone, but you will not be able to answer the call from your home number.

1. Lift your telephone's receiver and listen for a dial tone.


2. Press *7 2.
In some areas you must use 72#
Dial 1172 on rotary or pulse-dialing phones.


3. At the tone, dial the telephone number where you want your calls transferred.
You will hear the number you entered ring. When the number is answered, Call Forwarding is activated.


4. If the call is not answered or the line is busy, hang up and call the number again within two minutes.
You will hear two short tones telling you that Call Forwarding is activated.


5. Hang up the receiver.

Deactivating Call Forwarding

Turn Call Forwarding off when you want to receive calls on your home phone.

1. Lift your telephone's receiver and listen for a dial tone.


2. Press * 73.
In some areas you must use 73#
Dial 1173 on rotary or pulse-dialing phones.


3. Listen for two short tones.
Call Forwarding is now off and you will receive your calls at your home number.

Dec 01, 2008 | Uniden Cordless Phone

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Bellsouth answering machine


TS stands for "Toll Saver"
It will ring 4 times if there are no new messages waiting, it will ring 2 times if there are new messages waiting.

This has two effects:

1) If you are calling home to check your messages, you can wait 2 rings. If there are new messages to check, then it answers immediately. If you make it to 3 rings, you know there are no new messages and you can hang up before you are billed for your call. This was more useful when you would use a pay phone or hotel phone to make a long distance call home. With a pay phone you would get your "quarter" back as long as there were no messages. With cell phones,it isn't as useful.

2) If you not home (which is implied by the fact that there are new messages waiting), it answers faster, so people calling you don't have to wait as long. This could also be viewed as a security risk... it tells your callers whether you are home or not.

- Ben

Mar 13, 2008 | BellSouth Digital Answering System 2006C...

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Samsung E900


set all call barring and set call divert you can choose what you want!

Oct 02, 2007 | Samsung SGH-E900 Cellular Phone

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