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23 July 2006 @ 04:00 pm
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I have caller ID on my home phone and, obviously, on my mobile.
I am instituting a policy of screening calls that come up with no number, because I am tired of dealing with unsolicited calls (I get tonnes of them, although that's at least partially my own fault).

I have an answering machine and voicemail respectively.
If you call me from an unlisted or otherwise caller-ID blocked phone, leave a message or you will NEVER get on to me.

That is all.
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Jacobyak_boy on July 23rd, 2006 07:51 am (UTC)
Contact your phone provider. I think they should be able to do that for you. Since it comes under the category of 'nuisance calls' they should do what they can to help you out.
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Jacobyak_boy on July 23rd, 2006 01:40 pm (UTC)
Hey, I used to work in Optus mobile customer care.

And, in fact, one of the reasons I hated the job was that everything was set-up just right so that it wasn't possible for me to actually help a customer.

Also, did you know that Optus customer care funnels you to different call centres based on your contracted monthly spend?

Maybe if you sign up for a mega big monthly account you'll get some better service.