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you cant block anyone on any phone my advice next time he,she calls tell them if they call text again you will file a formal complaint of harrasment to the police
if you dont want to do that change your number and dont give them your new number good luck
You have texting blocked on your phone. The owner of the account setup the block & needs to call your provider to have the block removed. A good idea is to get a texting plan & watch your usage. Texting costs can add up fast.
Call your provider and ask about blocking incoming calls from a certain number, I looked into it and there is no such function in the phone, you can restrict outgoing calls and you can get a accept calls service which only allows phone numbers you select to call you, but thats not really that good of a service, how will new people call you? you will always have to add their number into the list. Better to ask the provider for a call block on a certain number or just keep pressing the busy button or turn the phone off, or maybe use a prepaid sim card for few days so you have another phone number and the caller won't know the number.
good luck, let me know how it turns out,
If the same SIM card works well in another phone ie. your calls come through OK, then the problem must be with the actual phone set.
If not, ie. your calls are diverted to your voice box (answering service) then cancel the divert.
Get the manual here: http://www.phonedog.com/cell-phone-research/sony-ericsson-z300a_user-manual.aspx
SMS are not always delivered immediately that is down to the 'works overload'