said by leggo2:
I am sure this is probably not a revelation to folks that use TeleBlend....
News Flash --- Just about every single one of the popular, reasonbly priced VoIP providers offers Selective Call Blocking (aka Black Listing): CallCentric, Voip.ms, VOIPo, PhonePower, ViaTalk, Future-Nine (coming soon), etc.
This feature allows one to block incoming calls, using optional wild cards to block a specific number, a block of numbers, a specific exchange, an entire area code ... for both Toll Free and non-Toll Free numbers.
blocks only that number.
blocks all 401-555 numbers in the 1000 to 1999 range.
blocks all numbers in the 317-555 exchange.
blocks all 401 area code numbers.
And if one is a relatively low monthly volume (minutes) user, some of the above mentioned providers are much less expensive and provide many more features than the provider mentioned in this thread's title ... not to mention other factors such as Call Quality, Reliability and Tech Support. Hmmm! TB seems to be absent from the »/gbu