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For Verizon smart phone users with Android Nougat, there is a native solution. Recents > touch the offending call > touch Details > touch the 3 dot icon (top right) > touch Block Number.I currently am blocking 60 numbers so no limit as yet.Previously I used Call Control-Call Blocker from the Google Play Store. No limit there either & works on earlier Android versions.
SailsAndTrails posted a topic in RV Accessories for SaleDue to unanticipated changes in our travel plans, we’ll be returning to our home base in September. Therefore, I have an excellent mobile internet setup for sale. – A Verizon 4G LTE Unlimited Data Line for $59.99/mo with 16 months remaining on contract (this is not a lease, you will own the line). This is business grade unlimited data, no throttling or data restrictions – Verizon MiFi 6620L Jetpack – Pepwave Surf On The Go router (broadcasts the Verizon internet or can relay Wifi) + 110V Power and 12V hardwire power for the router * All for $750! * Purchased brand new less than 3 months ago, everything was over $1000 (and well worth the investment). We’ve traveled over 7,000 miles with this setup and have yet to need campground WiFi because it works so well. I'm selling at such a reasonable price because the new owner will need to have the line transferred now, then we will pay you the monthly fee for the next couple months, upon which I will mail you the modem and router. Willing to receive half of payment now and half upon receipt of equipment. I will handle all the transfer details and can have the router arrive with your preferred WiFi network name and also provide limited tech support to help you get setup and running. Please let me know if you have any questions or are interested in this package. Thanks!
We have the following devices in our motor home: 1 - Lenovo Yoga, W10 1 - Apple MacBook Pro, latest OS 2 - LG tablets, Android 1 - iPad, iOS9 1 - iPhone, iOS 9 1 - Samsung S6, Android 1 - Nexus 7, Android 1 - Apple TV, who knows So we were gone for 2 months in the summer, everything except LG tablets, Lenova Yoga, iPhone and Samsung phone turned off. These were updated as we could while we were overseas. When I got back I turned my Verizon system back on. During the next 2 days, I used 3Gig of data just to update all the software. That does NOT include the 6G update to the latest MacBook OS! I actually deleted Pages, Numbers etc. on the iPad as they also used over 2Gig to update just those programs. Wasn't using it anyway. I am going to turn off all automatic updates wherever possible, go get some coffee at Starbucks, and use their data as much as we can. A side note, Verizon does not have a rollover data so I had 30G of monthly date that expired (15G per month) so the month I got back I was low on usable data very quickly. I have added a T-Mobil plan with rollover, works real well so far, and I'll do a side by side comparison for a month to see how it all shakes out (T-Mobil is much cheaper than Verizon, and has rollover). So far, it has worked well even in iffy areas, == John