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Hi there, thanks for your question. Call block and anonymous call rejection are possible when using this device.
However, it really isn't a function of the device, but rather a service made available by the carrier.
Alltel for example does allow this functionality when the huawei is used with their service.
You'll likely find though that discount service providers like tracphone will skimp on some of those extra features.
So to summarize, yes it is possible, but dependent on the service provider.
Do you know about US Cellular?
If this function is important to you, you should check with your intended carrier before purchasing the device or registering for the service, and especially before committing to any long term contracts.
ok, thanks. It is essential
I don't know off the top of my head, as I've never researched their offerings before,
Since this is a landline replacement, even if you couldn't get this service from the carrier,
many telephone systems (at least many newer panasonic cordless systems) will have a built in function to block any calls that come up with missing or restricted caller ID tags.
So that could be a backup plan for you perhaps.
ok, thanks for your answer. i have talked to them but they just started carrying it I will get a definite answer before i commit. THAnK YOU
You're very welcome. I'm sorry I can't be more specific on the US cellular policies. I'd rather tell you I'm uncertain though than to guess and end up doing harm to you if they've changed.