Digitone ProSeries Call Blocker - Back Lighted Display, 1,000 Blocked Number List
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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. Optional reading of the ProSeries Blocker will help familiarize purchaser or a qualified telephone expert to operate the Digitone ProSeries model. 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.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful.
Yes, Setup Correctly, The CB Pro Works Great - One Month Review
After having the Call Blocker + for a while (140 memories) and filling up its memory, we had to add the Pro blocker with more number storage. This one will last a few years unless the FCC jumps on the phone companies to make a tiny software change and fix the whole problem. The Pro came quickly and was easy to set up since I'd already read the manual for the Call+ about 6 times. You MUST read the manual to set it up correctly. You SHOULD look up your answers to your questions in the FAQs for the product. If you look hard enough, the answers are there. We're really happy with our old CB+ and the Pro is working the same after one month. I did have to reset some of the primary settings more than once. I think this is because some settings are changed when you change the global settings. Took a couple of tries to get the Pro settings the same as his older CB+ brother. We get overseas calls and have some odd settings to block certain number groups. The CB+ and Pro are expensive but after trying a couple of the $40-50 versions of blockers and returning them, the CB models work. We let a wired house phone ring through so we hear the single ring when a call is blocked. Cheap grins. Yes, being a lifelong geek, I write down the blocked numbers and xfer them to a spreadsheet so I can later group block number sets. This saves memory space but now that I we have 1000 blocking memories, saving memory space is not so important. To get 5 stars, I'd want to be able to access the little box via computer to fill the memory fields and set up the control fields. Yeah, I know, cake and eating it too. Other than that, it performs at 5 stars AFTER rereading the manual a few times. Setting it up correctly may be a reflection more on me than the little machine? Naaaaaahhhh......
13 of 13 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.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful.
Reclaim your phone and silence the nuisance calls
After years of unwanted calls, and then spending a few weeks checking out Amazon and third party sites, purchased the Digitone unit. You will have to do the same to get the same fantastic silencing of daily double-digit phone calls every day. Being able to block by area code is the primary mechanism we are using to shut down the nuisance calls.
Our Panasonic phones allowed us to block up to 30 numbers, but the nuisance callers just changed (spoofed) the numbers so we could not really make a dent in restricting the calls. The Digitone model we purchased allows us to block up to 1000 area code and/or numbers. Just entering the 5-6 area codes has eliminated nearly all unwanted calls since we installed it a week ago. You can choose to block numbers individually as they come in by pressing the Block button twice.
Setup very easy: move the telco cord (coming from the wall) into the Digitone, connect your phone to the Digitone with the supplied cable, plug in the supplied power/plug. I jumped right to the instruction on how to block area codes (which we pulled from the current list of 30 on our Panasonic unit.) You use the Program button on the Digitone to start...programming it! It tells you to pick up the phone handset, enter 40xxx#, where xxx is the area code. 10 minutes of work, already a full week of peace and quiet! There are a large number of additional codes to add/delete/manage your block list. I will look those up when/if I need them.
I did pay the listed price, not an affiliate or rewarded reviewer.