CPR Nuisance Telephone Call Blocker = £39.99 delivered @ Argos
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CPR Nuisance Telephone Call Blocker = £39.99 delivered @ Argos

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Found 18th May 2013
The amount of nuisance calls i'm received at the moment is becoming a joke and I didn't know anything like this existed.

The CPR Call Blocker is preprogrammed with 200 known numbers which have been allocated as nuisance callers and will block any call originating from any of these numbers. The CPR call blocker will also reject any caller that is witholding their number, so you will minimise any sales calls immediately. - A unique ‘Block Now’ button is located on top of the unit which when pressed, cuts off a caller in their prime with the number logged into its memory and permanently blocked.

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Only 200? =/

Note: Caller ID must be enabled on your phone line for this product to work effectively.

Same price on CPR's own website, here is the link if you want some more info and the 30 day money back guarantee

cprcallblocker.com/

User Guide

cprcallblocker.com/use…tml
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 18th May 2013

Just be wary argos aren't supplying older versions for the same price as the latest 106 version.

Amazon selling at same price.
Edited by: "ScubaDudes" 18th May 2013

We are on post office home phone we have a small silver box at the side of the phone which shows callers number ie withheld international etc we are sick of cold callers etc would this work on our old normal phone which isn't cordless ? Thankyou for your help

Banned

Was worrying as it only blocks 200 known number. But read on, to find out it also blocks private numbers, so that would cover most nuisance calls.

Heat for the invention of blocking nuisance x

Original Poster

Yeah it's pre-programmed with 200 but you can keep adding to it using the "Block Now" button.
Amazon & Maplin are the same price but limited stock.

@loughboro guy - I'm 99% sure it will, shouldn't matter if it's cordless or no but it must have caller ID.

It can always be sent back if doesn't meet expectations.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51g-S1QYLDL.jpg

Edited by: "esclad" 18th May 2013

Cold. Unknown brand.

I have a Truecall unit that I picked up from Cash Converters for £25.
It has to be one of the best things I have ever bought.
We were getting a couple of nuisance calls a day and now don't get any.
You can go online to do the setup (allowed/blocked numbers) and also review who has called and failed to get through.
Mine also came with the ability to record calls which has also been useful a few times.

Don't the true call units require an ongoing subscription to access the website to make set up changes?

aerotec

Don't the true call units require an ongoing subscription to access the … Don't the true call units require an ongoing subscription to access the website to make set up changes?



Yes to access the website, currently £20 per year (it went up from £15) the first year was free.
You can do the setup through the unit itself though via the telephone handset so you don't have to subscribe.
I was happy with £15pa but not so sure about £20pa
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