How much would you spend to block telemarketing calls? How about less than ten bucks?
One Valley woman Let Joe Know about a cell phone app she uses.
Kayle Grayson bought Extreme Call Blocker for $5.99 and has had the app for a year.
Kayle says the app doesn't stop telemarketers from calling. But she says it has done what she wanted. When calls come in that she doesn't recognize, it quickly cuts them off.
I tried calling her phone with mine.
I'm sent directly to voice mail and my number stays in a kind of limbo until Kayle does some research.
"Out of habit, I'll Google to see if it's a telemarketer or somebody."
Then she decides if I'm put on the accepted or rejected list.
If my number is rejected, the call ends immediately.
This app even allows Kayle to give telemarketers a taste of their own medicine.
She can bombard any number with repeated calls.
Kayle hasn't done that... yet.
You've got a lot of call blocking app options. But I couldn't find any independent ratings or reviews.
So if you're looking, make sure to compare prices, research what you can, and let me know how it works.
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