Use Call Rejection when you want to block specific phone numbers. To do this, you create a list of the phone numbers that you want to reject. Then, anyone calling from a number on your list can't get through.
For instance, you might use Call Rejection if an old boyfriend (or girlfriend) won't take the hint, a market research company has you on their speed dial or a political campaign thinks you're the Bank of Big Bucks. In these cases, you add the offending phone numbers to your "rejection list." Then, when someone calls from a number on that list, he/she hears a message saying you're not accepting calls.
Calls from numbers not on your list ring through to your home as usual.
You must order Call Rejection and have it added to your account. When it's initially installed, it's turned OFF, so you need to turn it ON. Here are some specific instructions for using and configuring Call Rejection.
With Call Rejection, you can block more than 10 numbers. If you need to block additional numbers (up to 25), Enhanced Call Rejection is available in some areas.
If neither of these calling features sound like they're going to do what you need done, we have other calling features available that may block the particular calls that you don't want getting through.