Block call

Block call

In the context of general equities, conference meeting during which customer indications and orders, along with the traders' own buy/sell preferences, are conveyed to the entire organization. See block list.
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accept or block call, identify call with distinctive ring); have a single phone number that goes with him everywhere and rings on any phone he selects; use an "address book" to store contact information for provisioning; drag and drop phone numbers from the address book into call-preference fields; access a unified messaging screen displaying new messages; and establish parental control of 900, 976 and international calls.
It can include, but is not limited to:home-installed equipment that filters and blocks calls,the use of a central database to block calls from known problem sources,a network-level solution that will filter and block calls before they reach the end user
Blacklist feature is integrated to block calls and messages from unwanted contacts.
a rule can be created to block calls from your co-workers if there's an active entry in the specified calendar entitled 'annual leave' or 'weekend' etc.
Also, PrivacyStar's app allows users to quickly block calls and texts and easily file complaints to help stop offenders.
UK-wide legislation was passed in December allowing prison bosses to monitor and block calls in and out of jails.
Direct marketing took a hit in 2004 when the new "Do Not Call' legislation allowed consumers to block calls from telemarketers.
Even better, universal call managers from major service providers let you schedule call forwarding and screen and block calls from wherever you are.
More than 25 mobile phone service carriers have agreed to record the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) numbers of stolen handsets and block calls to those handsets across all national networks.
1, and Oregonians seeking to block calls from telemarketers have until Sunday to sign up for the first phase of the federal program.
BT Cellnet is to introduce a new computer system to block calls from stolen handsets, while Vodafone is bringing in a six point anti-theft plan.
MOBILE giants Vodafone and BT Cellnet today responded to government pressure with measures to combat phone crime, BT Cellnet with a computer system to block calls from stolen handsets, and Vodafone with a six-point anti-theft plan.