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Selective Calls Rejection (SCR)

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Why the small limit of 25 phone numbers that can be blocked through Selective Calls Rejection (SCR) feature?  The annoyance calls from pollsters, scammers, charities, and robo-call spoofed numbers are really forcing me to consider whether a landline is worth the hassle.  Why I am I paying to get bothered at home?  Wouldn't Comcast think it a worthwhile service to block even robo-calls?

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Why the small limit of 25 phone numbers that can be blocked through Selective Calls Rejection (SCR) feature?  The annoyance calls from pollsters, scammers, charities, and robo-call spoofed numbers are really forcing me to consider whether a landline is worth the hassle.  Why I am I paying to get bothered at home?  Wouldn't Comcast think it a worthwhile service to block even robo-calls?


There is already a free service that works in conjunction with Comcast Voice called NoMoRobo and you can view that information at their website here:   www.nomorobo.com




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