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Re: getting unwanted text messages and call
The mobile network will not do the blocking for you, but if you have a handset that offers the functionality – in effect, hiding the incoming messages and calls (identified as originating from numbers on your black-list) from you, once ‘you’ got them, beneath your notice – then you can use that, without intervention by your carrier.
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