While the information you provide may help you should also let everyone know if the feature is a paid feature or free feature, I find that information very important and from reading the above posts I would say it's essential. It alleviates frustration when information is given in its entirety.
Just a thought!
This number 123-456-7890 could also be someone sending a text message from a computer based texting site. I sent a text to my sister's Bell Mobility phone and this number came up on her cell. Also, if someone is using Skype to call this is also a number that will show up.
I find it interesting that all of the Rogers employees are more than happy to provide you with a solution that costs YOU more money.
Why doesn't ROGERS do all of their CUSTOMERS a favour and include the call manager free of charge?
Wait, that sounds like good customer service, forget it.....
I am continually getting many calls from a phone number that I do not want to receive.
My questions is if there is a way to block numbers? I'm not sure if there is a default feature for this or one I would have to add on.
Thank you for your time.
With Rogers One Number you can use the Reach Me Rules to block numbers from calling your cellular phone. With Rogers Home Phone, you can add the Call Screen feature.
It's unfortunate that the DNCL only really applies to calls coming from organizations within North America. Most telemarketing agencies are now located overseas and therefor cannot be fined by the CRTC. In most cases the numbers are falsified and can't even be tracked so they know where the calls are coming from. The DNCL is only a tiny bandaid over a huge problem.