How Can I Block a Number Calling My Mobile?

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You can block a number from calling your mobile by having the option of setting individual numbers to neither ring nor vibrate your phone, in which case you will still receive the call, but there is no danger of it interrupting you. You can also contact your cell provider as some companies offer call blocking as a centralized network service. Another option is to use the secondary incoming call number, as intermediary services give you a new number and allow you to straight control the circumstances under which every contact's calls are forwarded to your phone.
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To block a number from calling your mobile number; request the 'line block' from your cell phone carrier. This blocks the number permanently.
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