You can get nomorobo for iPhone too but it’s not free, it’s I think $1.99 a month, so I don’t do it, I don’t like monthly charges. I guess if it became intolerable I’d ultimately spring for it.TBillT wrote: ↑Wed Dec 19, 2018 10:58 amI've recently gone from zero to seems like 30 junk calls a day on my cell phone.
Home phone has gone from 10 calls a day to about 50 also.
The apparent reason for this increase (besides indifference of Congress) is that my wife and I became Medicare eligible.
The only good thing is we get so many Medicare calls, the other robo callers must get busy signals all the time.
Cox is finally giving us "no mo robo" capability, so we are in the process of that. iPhone I guess I have to start blocking, but they vary the number every incoming call almost.
I get about two spam calls a day to my iPhone, I just don’t answer them. This policy tripped me up a couple times though as I missed important calls that I thought were spammers.
We’ve got nomorobo for free with our VOIPo internet phone and it works very well.