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The new ProSeries Blocker was designed by Digitone Communications for those who want a way to block unwanted calls, yet allow all others to ring their phones. It comes from the factory preset to allow all callers with a valid phone number to ring through and then screens your calls based on a Blocked Caller List you prepare. More information can be seen at digitone.com or call 1-877-610-5693. Terms of sale which the customer agrees to with purchase: Our support requires the ProSeries Blocker be connected to viable telecom equipment that is network standardized and FCC approved. 1 year warranty with optional repair options available thereafter. Guaranteed to work with your telephone service and phones or request a refund within the 30 day trial period. Purchase of a ProSeries Blocker from unauthorized Amazon Warehouse Deals will not be supported by Service or Warranty. Domestic & Extra Delivery Costs are Non-Refundable including the original shipping costs to your delivery location. There are no refunds after the 30 day trial period. Customer must pay for shipping for all returns, exchanges and repairs. Once delivery is made by the carrier's status: "Delivered" to the address the customer provides, that completes the transaction and any lost delivery is not refundable. Orders shipped that are returned to Digitone as "Undeliverable" or "Return to Sender" will be refunded and the shipping costs are not refundable. Make sure you have a secure delivery location. Contact Digitone at 1-877-610-5693 before purchase of the Digitone ProSeries Blocker to discuss your plans to connect it to your phones.
Most helpful customer reviews
46 of 46 people found the following review helpful.
Say Goodbye To Unwanted Calls
By James D. White
OK, I only have it operating for 5 days but my phone has become totally quiet except for my friends & family calling. Also, I use this with a Panasonic wireless system which I have diligently progammed with calls I want blocked. The Panasonic, however, allows one ring before blocking my defined calls I want blocked and the Digitone allows no ring so it has cleary blocked calls the Panasonic may have blocked but now with no single ring. The Panasonic also allows calls without caller ID t ring through which was the nuisance I really bought the Digitone for. The elimination of single rings and more comprehensive bad call lists make the Digitone worth having. If you don't have a Panasonic phone system or a Digitone, you have no idea how unobtrusive your life can be. The Digitone is all you need to
keep whoever you don't want calling you away and most telemarketers/scammers are already pre-programmed into it. I can't imagine
living w/o a call blocking system because these effective ones really work and the scammers are so annoying, yet now easily eliminated from your life.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Works for the most part right out of the box, but can benefit from some user customizing.
By The geeks shall inherit the earth
Telemarketers and scammers have become more aggressive despite our being on the National Do Not Call List. But now we have peace and quiet with this Digitone call blocker. he first few pages of the user manual discuss basic operation such as cabling and definitions of the color-coded buttons. It worked right out of the box and appears to differentiate most nuisance calls from real calls that you want to receive without you having to program anything, but it is not perfect and so it does benefit over time from tweaking and customizing. It keeps a log of received calls so you can review calls that have come in and using the color-coded keys you can issue instructions to block a number, keep it blocked if it was blocked, or allow it to call through. Also, you can use the Digitone program button and device codes in combination with your telephone key pad to enter numbers on your invite list or VIP list, or blocked list, etc. It is versatile, and after the basic pages, the user manual instructs on using these advanced features. The writing could have been enhanced with better explanations about what the different caller ID labels mean. For example, "Out of Area": does that mean it is coming in from outside your local area code, even though the telemarketers may have spoofed a local area code? A detailed taxonomy of types of Caller ID labels would be helpful, along with how the Digitone handles them by default. Other than that suggested improvement, I am glad that Digitone provides this device, it has been a blessing.
UPDATE: I got a call from a person with a local number for her cell phone, but she was traveling out of state, and the call got blocked as "Out of Area" probably because it was coming in from out of the area. After bringing up the number in the call log I used the green button to add it to the VIP list, and her subsequent call rang through to my phone. So it is good to review call log numbers to "train" the call blocker, or program really important numbers into the VIP list.
UPDATE: I had an issue of invited calls having Caller ID info displayed on the DPB, but not on the LCD screens of my Panasonic phones. It just says "Incoming Call". My workaround was to program the DPB with Code 71 "PASS 1ST RING". Now invited calls will show their Caller ID info on my phones immediately, but blocked calls will display only for the duration of 1 ring, after which the DPB hangs up on them. It is a minor inconvenience but I still give the DPB high marks.
UPDATE: After a call comes in and gets blocked, the red LED flashes to let you review what was blocked and decide whether you want to keep it blocked or put it onto the invite/VIP list. The LED usually stops flashing after reviewing the recent call log. However, the LED sometimes continues to flash even after reviewing the recent call log. Other times it doesn't. Whatever. Clearing the entire call log by holding down the red button for 3 seconds until it says "release" will start the log over again and turns off the flashing LED, at least for a while. It is in my opinion a very minor inconvenience compared with the benefits this call blocker provides. BTW, clearing the call log does not affect your VIP, invited, and other caller lists that you program in.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Great Product, Great Service. It works!
Great product! Works extremely well, as described. Not complicated to set up and program if you read the instructions. I like the flexibility that the various program options allow. Since I don't want to miss any "real" calls meant for me, I use the Business mode. That allows all calls to come through, but, if they are nuisance calls, a few button presses banish them forever. When they call back, the phone doesn't ring at all. The customer service from Digitone - a telephone call away - is prompt, friendly and capable.
I have a Panasonic wireless phone system that has a call blocker built in, but the 250 number limit filled. Hooking up the Digitone ProSeries Call Blocker in series with the Panasonic base station has retained the Panasonic's ability to block calls that have been stored in it previously as well as numbers that are now blocked by the Digitone device. Caller ID shows on all five Panasonic phones and the Digitone when the phone rings.
I looked at a lot of other devices and chose this one for its small size, full features, flexibility and high ratings. I couldn't be more pleased with how the Digitone has worked out for me, and I have recommended it to others unhesitatingly.