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Just last week, 9,891 people got Nomorobo protection!
Love it! If you don't have it--get it!!— Jane, Nov 29th, 9:35am
You're wonderful.— Bonnie S, Nov 29th, 9:42am
Thanks for making Nomorobo an important and useful option. It is a shame that Verizon (Mid Atlantic Maryland) no longer provides a similar service as they once did.It seems the phone company has a preference in favor of commerical interests over residential customers regarding robocall blocking. I have benefited by the 'one ring cut-off' of robocallers but wish it was a "no-ring". You provide a customer service that easily surpasses the phone company or government protection against such increasing intrusions on privacy.— Jeff W, Nov 29th, 9:46am
Great! I love it!— Paul B, Nov 29th, 9:52am
I don't get as many calls, but I'm still receiving them. Would like to stop them ALL!— Norma, Nov 29th, 10:26am
Nomorobo has been a blessing in our house where we watch 2 young boys. One ring and gone, no chasing the phone instead of the boys.Only issue is some other Time Warner Customers hear only one ring at their end and assume they lost a connection. The phone in our house keeps on ringing. Regular callers have been informed of this issue and they wait us out.— Francis H, Nov 29th, 10:32am
I was never able to install Nomorobo with my Comcast provider. I communicated with both your tech support, and Comcast's, but no one could give me a solution.— Denney, Nov 29th, 11:27am
This is the greatest thing EVER!! Every time the phone rings only once, we break into a big smile and say "Another one bites the dust!"— Cindy, Nov 29th, 11:57am