Land Phones's questions - Japanese iziqna

Best answer: We still have a landline, packaged in with cable and internet. And when the power goes out and you can't charge your cell phone, it's sure handy.

Their excuse used to be that not being listed caused more people to call for Directory Assistance, which used to be free. Once they started charging for DA, regulators should have made them stop charging for being unpublished, shouldn't they?

Best answer: 3 things.. first.. ask them not to call back again and to remove your name from their calling list (some countries do have laws in that regards).. second.. you either hang-up immediately or.. if you are on a land-line or if you have enough battery left on your mobile-phone (cellphone), simply mute the call and... show more

There s a "company" that s been calling around 200 times a day from various numbers which none are real, they never leave a name or contact info and refuse to tell me a company name. I ve added every number to my auto reject list but they still show up on my call log

Best answer: nope, I only answer from numbers I have in my contacts. If the call is important they can leave a message, so far very few have and those that did were scammers

Best answer: Turn off your phone at bedtime.

Best answer: Jussie Smolett is a POS.

Best answer: 1) Right now - I answer the phone "Hello". The person on the other end has 0.5 seconds to respond, else I hang up. If it's a real person, they'll call back. 2) I do a Turing test to see if the person on the phone is a real person or a computer. (They are programming uh's and um's in... show more

I get nervous when unknown numbers call me, I tried to call the number back but I got a repeating tone, does that mean it s a telemarketer or something?

How do I pay my land line BILL?

4 answers · 3 months ago

Does anyone else get calls where the first 3 numbers are the same as your phone number and when you answer the phone no one is talking and then it just hangs up? Like if it’s a scam what’s the point of calling someone and then just hang up without saying anything I stopped answering but now I get a call every... show more

Best answer: The infrastructure for a landline (the wires) to your house is already there. They just have to "turn it on". If you mean "fixed" wireless (instead of a mobile phone), then additional equipment is required to implement the fixed wireless - a dish.