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If you don't mind leaving your computer on, there's a really cheap alternative to Vonage for phone service altogether. It's called Magic Jack (www.magicjack.com) - unlimited calls to the U.S. & Canada for a year for $39.95 plus s/h (not per month, per year!). That's $3.33 per month. But after the first year the price becomes $19.95 for the year ($1.66 per month). It's been featured on CBS news & won a PC Magazine Editor's Choice award. You just plug their device into your USB port & then your phone into this device. Although it has the major features (caller ID, call waiting, call forwarding, voicemail, etc.) I don't think it has anonymous call rejection or any type of incoming caller block feature... yet. In that case I think the call block/night mode features of the actual telephone would be invaluable. I'm not sure the exact technology behind it so I'm not sure if the phone tray software would be compatible with it.

Anyway, you're right that a potential disadvantage to using the phone to block numbers is that it may have a limit on the number of phone numbers you can enter. On my phone I can only enter a maximum of 20. However, in my case I don't really consider this a disadvantage...yet. In my lifetime I've never had more than a handful of problem callers to deal with at a time. At this moment I am only blocking 2 numbers. So in my case 20 is more than enough. If you think you'll be blocking more than 20 individual numbers then perhaps the phone model I have won't be sufficient, although it is better than nothing. Also, I'm only speaking for my model, other models may have a larger capacity.

To tell you the truth, I value the phone I just got much more for the call quality than for the call block feature. My old cordless phone set was still a Panasonic, but I don't remember the model number (I just gave it away this weekend). I do remember it was 2.4 GHz. Don't get me wrong, the call quality was still ok & I could still communicate. It's just that I'd hear some occasional static & also slight echoing. Even as I was talking to the Vonage customer service rep, she heard it too & she said that it wasn't normal. But again, it wasn't so bad that we couldn't communicate with each other. It was just irritating. I do have a wireless router here & it's possible that it could have had something to do with the wireless signals. The new cordless phone set I just bought & am happy with now is the Panasonic KX-TG9334 but it's the same as the KX-TG9331, KX-TG9332, & KX-TG9333 (the last digit refers to how many phones are in the set). As I mentioned, this new phone has the DECT 6.0 technology and I'm not 100% sure if I can attribute it to that, but my call quality is crystal clear now - no static or echoes. Supposedly, this new technology prevents interference from wireless networks so a reasonable deduction would be that this newer technology is making the calls much clearer. I have 30 days from the purchase date to return it but I will definitely be keeping it.

If anyone else tries using a phone with DECT 6.0 (whether it's this model or any other model) please share your experiences.



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Feature Request: Incoming number blocking The ability to maintain a list
Thanks for bringing this one up. I have a friend who won't switch to Vonage
I have brought this up before but it went ignored. I am glad that there are others
I've been reading this forum for a while in hopes that I can find this very information
AT&T Advantage has a feature called 'do not disturb' where no calls come
People have been asking for Anonymous Call Rejection as well. All that can be gotten
I do this with asterisk. I put the phone number in of the person I dont want them to
Well I just found out that AOL's new Total Talk is now in operation and it has call
So far 100% of us want it out of the ones that voted. Now if it can only become a feature.
The only thing I've missed since moving to Vonage is "caller privacy". Close enough. We

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