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    A little info that might help: I bought this device from Amazon. It's an ID and rejection devise. It has 5000 marketing and other unwanted numbers program in it, plus you can reject another 1500 numbers. I have had it for two days now and received no unwanted calls where I would get 15-20 a day. worth every penny. Also it recognize the number and the phone won't ring.


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    What's that device next to it


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Malkinson View Post
    What's that device next to it
    My phone I assume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Malkinson View Post
    What's that device next to it
    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Malkinson View Post
    What's that device next to it
    LOL! It has some sort of cord on it.

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    Not many folks would need that device because most folks don't have a house phone anymore. If you call me and your number isn't programmed in my cell phone then I just don't answer it. If you want me to return your call and your number isn't in my phone you best leave me a text or voice message. I am sure this is how 90 percent of folks operate these days.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Malkinson View Post
    What's that device next to it
    I think it's called a land line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMVCAJUNS View Post
    Not many folks would need that device because most folks don't have a house phone anymore. If you call me and your number isn't programmed in my cell phone then I just don't answer it. If you want me to return your call and your number isn't in my phone you best leave me a text or voice message. I am sure this is how 90 percent of folks operate these days.
    Well I don't get folks asking donations, or to buy this, not even a ring. Your phone rings and you don't answer it? From your post. (If you call me and your number isn't programmed in my cell phone then I just don't answer it). I guest to each his own. And by the way, I am assuming that most drop their land line to save money. I'm not that destitue yet.

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    very cool Frenchie


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    Quote Originally Posted by JMVCAJUNS View Post
    Not many folks would need that device because most folks don't have a house phone anymore. If you call me and your number isn't programmed in my cell phone then I just don't answer it. If you want me to return your call and your number isn't in my phone you best leave me a text or voice message. I am sure this is how 90 percent of folks operate these days.
    That's good policy JMV, however us oldern dirt peeps have lot's of doctors calling us and I think they git their jollies messing with us 'cause they have four or five numbers for their office other than the one they talk to us/you on. Sooo when we get this call we have no way to know whether its the doc or not. So we can't just get an app that blows a train horn in their ears or something like that we mostly just have to go ahead and take a chance on getting Lucy at the car warranty place...or missing our appointment then getting rescheduled for May of 2096 or something like that.... Gettin old ain't for pu**ys ....knowadimsayin..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenchie35 View Post
    Well I don't get folks asking donations, or to buy this, not even a ring. Your phone rings and you don't answer it? From your post. (If you call me and your number isn't programmed in my cell phone then I just don't answer it). I guest to each his own. And by the way, I am assuming that most drop their land line to save money. I'm not that destitue yet.
    It is not to save money, I only have one phone and it is a cell phone there was nothing to drop. I would be truly shocked if the percentage of people under the age of 35 that have landlines is greater than 15%. Maybe because it is bundled with their cable service, but that age group also doesn't have a high utilization of cable services, so doubtful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman66 View Post
    It is not to save money, I only have one phone and it is a cell phone there was nothing to drop. I would be truly shocked if the percentage of people under the age of 35 that have landlines is greater than 15%. Maybe because it is bundled with their cable service, but that age group also doesn't have a high utilization of cable services, so doubtful.
    Under 35 with a land line is probably <5%.There is just no use for it anymore. It's almost as useful as the beeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Localyokel View Post
    Under 35 with a land line is probably <5%.There is just no use for it anymore. It's almost as useful as the beeper.
    I can't remember the last time that I have seen a land line at any of my friends or family's house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenchie35 View Post
    Well I don't get folks asking donations, or to buy this, not even a ring. Your phone rings and you don't answer it? From your post. (If you call me and your number isn't programmed in my cell phone then I just don't answer it). I guest to each his own. And by the way, I am assuming that most drop their land line to save money. I'm not that destitue yet.
    I only answer if your number is already in my phone. Most places including doctors office send text messages. If you leave a voice message I will listen to it and will call you back if I want. Most scammers will not leave a voice message. A land line was included in my cable package for no extra cost and I turned it down. Just don't have a need for it.

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    I actually would have more use for a beeper
    than a land line


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