Does anyone have insight as to why the iPhone doesn't have the ability to block anonymous calls? I know there are apps for JB iPhones, but why aren't there any App Store apps, or why AT&T doesn't allow blocking these calls on mobile phones, when they offer it to their landline customers?
I know there is a number screening option, but i requires a specific number to be blocked. The problem is when a person wants to block an anonymous call.i wounder if there is a code that represents an incoming private call that way we could insert that code on the number to be screened.
I have a S2 on UK Vodafone contract even though I am currently living in NZ. My phone is a UK model.UK Vodafone have terminated the Passport service as of 1st November which means I now go on to NZ roaming which at ´┐Ż1.65/NZ$3.30 a minute is somewhat steep - I also pay that amount for the incoming call.I now need to block all incoming calls on my phone so as I am not tempted to answer calls at odd times of the day or night (quite hard when we are 13 hours ahead of UK and totally out of sync with them) and pay extortionate amounts of money BUT I need to leave the phone available to make and receive text messages.It is not as easy as to just get a NZ phone contract as this was my life line with friends and family in UK until my provider pulled the passport service so need to disable the phone I have.how to do this so as I can still send/receive text but NOT receive voice calls on my S2?
In spite of registering with "do not call" I still get calls I would like to block.Ideally I would like to just mark a recent call number as "Block" for when the same caller tries again. What's the best way to get this done on my iPhone 4?
When I use my iPhone and safari to access the apple store an annoying pop up appears that tries to get me to download the apple store app. clicking the cross doesn't get rid of this and I can't navigate around the site properly. I don't want to download the app, my pop up blocker is switched on. how to surf around the site without this annoying pop up occurring.