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Amazon Prime Day Deal: 60% OFF CPR Call Blocker V202 for $59.99 + Free Shipping was $149.99 (Save $90)

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60% OFF CPR Call Blocker V202 for $59.99 + Free Shipping was $149.99 (Save $90)

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I bought this blocker Nov. 2015 for $59.95 and have NEVER regretted its purchase.
You get two things in my view with this call blocker; peace of mind and revenge by being able to block the phone numbers of these SOB's!
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Gad, that was a quick deal for a $20 discount.
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Gad, that was a quick deal for a $20 discount.
Not sure what you mean?
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Not sure what you mean?
On my system it showed It was only open for 15 minutes, not normally enough time for me to do a thorough research on competing products.
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Get yourself a new system. Deal is still running, no problem ordering,
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60% OFF CPR Call Blocker V202 for $59.99 + Free Shipping was $149.99 (Save $90)
The regular price has been $80 for months. No need to exaggerate the savings. Savings is $20 not $90.
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Bought one, Been wanting one of these and I shopped for a Call Blocker on Amazon just yesterday. Happy I waited for Prime Day!
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If this blocks just strictly based on numbers, then it wouldn't be very effective. They call with new numbers every few days. Since now they all originate from local area code, can't block based on area codes. I have a Panasonic phone with built in blocking, 300 capacity. Think it'll be full soon..

I have a feeling all those junk calls are from the same place. They come in bursts - one day I'd get none, then the next day I'd get 4-6 in a day.

Please correct me if I'm missing something that this blocker provides. I actually want to get rid of the home phone altogether, but it'd actually cost me more on my cable bill to cancel it because of the bundle discount.
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The regular price has been $80 for months. No need to exaggerate the savings. Savings is $20 not $90.

He's stating the savings based off Amazon's price listed.

List Price: $149.99
Price: $139.99
Sale: $79.99
With Deal: $59.99 Free Shipping for Prime Members
You Save: $90.00 (60%)

He's obviously going off the list price, with a quick copy and paste from Amazon, more than likely on a phone or tablet. That's not an exaggeration. It's not like he is trying to hide anything. The List price is $149.99, accurately listed as 60% off. I think we all understand Amazon and other merchant's overstating savings, but what, is someone going to get tricked by this?
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If this blocks just strictly based on numbers, then it wouldn't be very effective. They call with new numbers every few days. Since now they all originate from local area code, can't block based on area codes. I have a Panasonic phone with built in blocking, 300 capacity. Think it'll be full soon..

I have a feeling all those junk calls are from the same place. They come in bursts - one day I'd get none, then the next day I'd get 4-6 in a day.

Please correct me if I'm missing something that this blocker provides. I actually want to get rid of the home phone altogether, but it'd actually cost me more on my cable bill to cancel it because of the bundle discount.
It also blocks calls by type i.e. private callers, unavailable calls etc. You can also set it block any set of numbers, for example entire area codes or particular countries.
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If this blocks just strictly based on numbers, then it wouldn't be very effective. They call with new numbers every few days. Since now they all originate from local area code, can't block based on area codes. I have a Panasonic phone with built in blocking, 300 capacity. Think it'll be full soon..

I have a feeling all those junk calls are from the same place. They come in bursts - one day I'd get none, then the next day I'd get 4-6 in a day.

Please correct me if I'm missing something that this blocker provides. I actually want to get rid of the home phone altogether, but it'd actually cost me more on my cable bill to cancel it because of the bundle discount.

"it'd actually cost me more on my cable bill to cancel it because of the bundle discount."


Sounds like you have Optimum....I'm in the same trap - but highly recommend this blocker. You can either immediately hit the red button to block the phone number or you can (if not at home for the incoming call) manually enter the number using a code - I believe it's **7# - enter the number to be blocked on your handset and then # blocks the call. As I said above...no regrets!
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It also blocks calls by type i.e. private callers, unavailable calls etc. You can also set it block any set of numbers, for example entire area codes or particular countries.
Thanks. I'll do a bit more research on this. What'd be useful for me is block all numbers by default, and let me allow a set of numbers based on area code plus prefix.

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"it'd actually cost me more on my cable bill to cancel it because of the bundle discount."


Sounds like you have Optimum....I'm in the same trap - but highly recommend this blocker. You can either immediately hit the red button to block the phone number or you can (if not at home for the incoming call) manually enter the number using a code - I believe it's **7# - enter the number to be blocked on your handset and then # blocks the call. As I said above...no regrets!
Yeah lol. So it wasn't BS they were feeding me. I called to remove the phone portion, and the rep told me my bill goes up. There's a $6 discount that I'm seeing on the bill. The phone portion is $35/mo, so I would think my bill would go DOWN $29/mo even when forgoing the measly $6 discount, and not go UP by $10/mo which makes no sense. I was going to go to the Cablevision office and ask in person again to see if it was a mistake.
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Thanks. I'll do a bit more research on this. What'd be useful for me is block all numbers by default, and let me allow a set of numbers based on area code plus prefix.


Yeah lol. So it wasn't BS they were feeding me. I called to remove the phone portion, and the rep told me my bill goes up. There's a $6 discount that I'm seeing on the bill. The phone portion is $35/mo, so I would think my bill would go DOWN $29/mo even when forgoing the measly $6 discount, and not go UP by $10/mo which makes no sense. I was going to go to the Cablevision office and ask in person again to see if it was a mistake.

I live about 1/2 mile North of their Hicksville office and tried to change my contract after I bought an Ooma, which I love, but the "bundle" killed it.


Maybe if I bring some coffee and donuts or better yet a case of Bud they'd be more willing to help me out. lol
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With GoogleVoice and an ObiHai box, I prefer the unlimited call blocking/screening that Google offers. Landlines are old, unless there is a natural disaster that knocks out the internet.
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