How To Block Calls On A Smartphone ?


Are you affected by telemarketers calls? or want to block your ex-? Than by following the guide below you can block them with various ways. You can complete this task with the help of your carrier, smartphone apps or external device which will help to attain 100% block on unwanted calls.

Whether its US, India or any other country you will receive these spam calls anywhere. You will receive these calls from Insurance companies, Banks and even phone carriers continuously calls you regarding some offers. Actually, they all promote their products but they don’t know that we get autistic.

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In order to block calls on your smartphone or phones you can avail call block services from your carrier. Now we are figuring out some way in order to Block Calls On A Smartphone:

Call Blocking From Phone Carriers

This is the most trusted way to block unwanted calls on your smartphone or cellphone. Many companies have programs like anonymous call blockingcall blockinganonymous call rejection and priority ringing. Particularly in India Users can block unwanted calls and SMS using DND – Do Not Disturb on any network there.

Handset Specific Option

There many different types of phones available in the market. based on those phones many them have some inbuilt options or downloadable apps to block calls. These varies according to Operating System and we are listing some apps to block calls on popular OSes:

Android Call Blocking Apps:

iOS Call Blocking Apps:

Windows Phone Blocking Apps:

In case of iPhone or iOS you need to jailbreak your device to install above  mentioned apps as unlike with Android phones – Apple doesn’t allow third-parties to access the call-making capabilities of your phone.

Well above mentioned are only the ways to restrict any call on your smartphone. Well if these things are not working then you need to change your cell phone number.


Simranpal Singh
Simranpal Singh
Simran Singh lives in Chandigarh, India and has been an avid Android fan since its release. Beside from working as a writer at The Gadget Square, he also runs his own Android blog named GoAndroid.

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