Digitone ProSeries Call Blocker - Back Lighted Display, 1,000 Blocked Number List, Last Call Remote Entry
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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.
Most helpful customer reviews
35 of 35 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.
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful.
Best Call Blocker
By Mike B
I have used 3 call blockers in the past and this is the best, by far. Some have commented on unclear/complicated instructions, however, this device's versatility justifies the details necessary to explain the functions available. The user simply decides which features they desire and ignore the rest. I approached my need to block calls fairly simply because I get desired calls from about 3 area codes and 800 numbers. I used the "Global Block" feature that blocks all incoming calls and then invited the 4 area codes I want to receive calls from.
Although some telemarketers use my primary area code (that is allowed to pass through), I either block those calls individually or block the area code and exchange and use the "wildcard" feature for the last 4 digits of that blocked exchange and this does the trick.
I mentioned I had 3 call blockers in the past and the second one was also a Digitone (Call Blocker Plus model) but that model had issues and appears to have been taken off the market. By all appearances, this model seems to have resolved the problems the previous model experienced.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
Total incoming call control.
I have used CPR Call Blocker, Telebouncer, and Digitone Pro. The Digitone is the only caller ID based blocker that works as advertised. It does not mysteriously stop working like the CPR unit (I've had three fail for no reason.) It has a comprehensive booklet included and although the learning curve is steep, it has nearly every feature you could want. I feed its TEL output to a Telebouncer TB1000 (in telemarketing mode), to add distinctive ringing and forcing the caller to input a digit to proceed; the Telebouncer output connects to Line 1 of the cordless system (I use a Uniden DECT4096-2). Since the Telebouncer eats the caller id data, I also connect the raw tel line to Line 2 of the Uniden system. This allows a displayed record of all incoming calls, blocked, bounced or otherwise, from each cordless system handset. Obviously, all Line 2 ringers are turned off. The Telebouncer answering machine output is connected to the FAX machine which answers all unbounced unkeyed calls after 8 rings with FAX tone.