How can I block/make private my numberSupport


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  1. Evil Sports

    Evil Sports Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    The one thing I miss from black berry is I could make my # private, I use my phone for business and take calls for after hours issues, there are times where I dont want people to have the #, I cant figure out how to do this on my Incred, is there an App
     

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  2. Evil Sports

    Evil Sports Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    The one thing I miss from black berry is I could make my # private, I use my phone for business and take calls for after hours issues, there are times where I dont want people to have the # when I call them back, I cant figure out how to do this on my Incred, is there an App or is it in the settings
     
  3. sdrawkcab25

    sdrawkcab25 Well-Known Member

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    Dial *67 then the number
     
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    sdrawkcab25 Well-Known Member

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    Put *67 before the number.
     
  5. Shorte85

    Shorte85 Well-Known Member

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    Does it cost extra to do the *67? Just curious.
     
  6. sdrawkcab25

    sdrawkcab25 Well-Known Member

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    No, it's a free service. verizon will also block your number by default for free and *67 would unblock it.
    There is an option for it if you manage your account online.
     
  7. patichuelis

    patichuelis New Member

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    Who would know what's the code for Venezuela? Thanks.
     
  8. euph_22

    euph_22 Well-Known Member

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    I'm guessing that would depend on your provider.
     

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