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NEED THE CODE FOR A SINGLE NUMBER BLOCK,LOST BOOK............

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NEED THE CODE FOR A SINGLE NUMBER BLOCK,LOST BOOK............

How do I block a phone nuber from calling my house?
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Re: NEED THE CODE FOR A SINGLE NUMBER BLOCK,LOST BOOK............

i don't know that there's a simple block number feature.  But there is call screening.  See the sticky post near the top of this forum area (the Quick Reference Guide <--- clickable link).  Also see this link to forum search results for "block number".
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Re: NEED THE CODE FOR A SINGLE NUMBER BLOCK,LOST BOOK............

Use   *67 
 it is good for that one call...  so you would have to use it before entering your
next number, if you want to block your number again....
  Jeannie
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Re: NEED THE CODE FOR A SINGLE NUMBER BLOCK,LOST BOOK............

Bluejeans, *67 is for preventing YOUR phone number from being sent in caller-ID. It has nothing to do with blocking incoming calls.



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Re: NEED THE CODE FOR A SINGLE NUMBER BLOCK,LOST BOOK............

See this thread for how to use Call Screening to block up to 12 numbers.



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