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moi_aussi
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When will Verizon support "nomorobo" ?  It works on all landlines and wireless servers who support it.

Robo calls are an intrusion on our personal cell phones.

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Robocalls can be an annoying interruption. We do have options to help minimize: http://www.verizon.com/about/news/there-are-options-for-blocking-robocalls.

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rcschnoor
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moi.aussi wrote:

When will Verizon support "nomorobo" ? It works on all landlines and wireless servers who support it.

Robo calls are an intrusion on our personal cell phones.

It appears you do not know much about Nomorobo. Nomorobo does not work with ALL landlines, only with VoIP landlines and it only works because those VoIP providers have simultaneous ring as part of their service.

Furthermore, the Nomorobo website states that it is not available on ANY wireless carriers although I am unsure if that is 100% correct as Google's Project Fi offers simultaneous ring as part of their service and therefore SHOULD work because of that fact. No other wireless carrier offers simultaneous ring for good reason, you have your cell phone on your person. With a VoIP landline, simultaneous ring is a useful feature because you are not always at your home and would possibly like to answer your phone at another location. With simultaneous ring, you are able to do so. What possible benefit is it to a cell phone to have simultaneous ring. If you go to another location you bring your phone with you, there is no need for simultaneous ring to answer your phone at that new location since you would STILL have your phone on your person.

With that in mind, why should ANY wireless carrier pay for the infrastructure for that feature when it does not offer a function other than providing something ANOTHER company needs in order to work???? Why shouldn't Nomorobo pay that cost if they want to provide that service OR change their technology in order to work without simultaneous ring if they want to provide service on wireless carriers where simultaneous ring is not a worthwhile feature for wireless carriers?

CURRENTLY, Nomorobo is running a beta program for wireless carriers which would allow their service to work. Unfortunately, Nomorobo is charging a $5 monthly fee for this service on wireless carriers as they have had to come up with a way to provide their service without simultaneous ring being offered by the wireless carriers. Click the following link for more information.

Sign up for the Nomorobo Mobile Preview :: Nomorobo

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