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So apparently to stop robo calls or spam calls, you will need to buy a Call Blocker for 69.00, or a caller shield for 99.00, from of course, Verizon... I recently switched from Cox to Verizon. I never had this many robo calls as I do now. And again, the only way to stop them is to buy equipment from the company that lets the spam calls through. Sounds about right.
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I sign up on https://www.nomorobo.com/ and it is free.
Seems to work for me.
I just started with Verizon and hope this does not happen, but will report here if it does and consider switching back to OPtimum immediately.
I don’t know if you both are referring to verizon home phone services. If so verizon offers a 100 free call blocking service. Or better today per the FCC