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Received an unwanted nuisance call lately? Rogers and most Canadian telephone service providers will implement Universal Call Blocking (UCB) as part of a new CRTC mandate to reduce them.


Malformed numbers can appear in many different forms, but caller IDs 000-000-0000 or 111-111-1111 are common examples. Applied at the network level for all Rogers’ customers, UCB will block any incoming call with a caller ID that does not comply with North American or international numbering plans. UCB will not block incoming calls with compliant caller IDs.


Want more info on how UCB may impact voice calls? Click here.


To learn more, take a look at our How to Protect Yourself from Caller ID Spoofing and Spam Calls support article.


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