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    *69 doesn't work, any alternatives?

    I've been getting a couple of calls at weird hours of the day and unfortunately i don't have caller id. *69 doesn't work, is there any alternatives? I have an old Razr, if that's any help.
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    if the calls bother you, you can contact the police and they will contact Rogers and ask for info that you as a person could obtain.

    or....just ask for free CallerID...its not that hard to get it added.

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    Do you use a rotary phone at home? lol

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    Only alternative is subscribing to Call Display. Howwever if you wish to block your number, dial #31# before the number.

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    blocking number is #31#xxx-xxx-xxxx

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