Caller ID with Phone Ring Control, A Computer to Stop Unwanted Calls and a Completed IT System to Control Phone Ring
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- Keep tracking 100 numbers as normal Caller ID, and able to stop unwanted phone Ring.
- Store up to 270 phone numbers and names in 3 level (A-Important, B-Normal, and R-Reject).
- A mini Computer to Block unwanted calls. Phone will ring only to who you want talk to.
- Hour by hour control, group B- which is callers you only want to talk to at certain times.
- Four line LCD with Backlight, your personal phone book directly connect to your phone.
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A MINI COMPUTER FOR YOUR PHONE______ Normal caller ID only can display incoming phone number and telephone company will charge you $5/month to BLOCK unwanted caller____The Phone Ring Controller is a completed IT system, It does normal caller ID work: keeping track of up to 100 phone numbers. It has database: You can store 100 names and phone numbers into your important A-list, which is anyone you want to talk to any time. You can also store 150 phone numbers into your B-list, which is you only want to talk to at certain times. Which phone only ring at certain times, the time you allow them to call. Finally, you’ve got the R-List (20 names and numbers), which stands for reject callers. ____visit www.jfteck.com____ Over a 24 hour day, you can set up “Ring List A only”, “Ring List A and B only” or “Ring all except List R” hour by hour.____ You are absolutely in control of your phone now! ____The result: No more annoying interruptions! You do not have to know which calls are unwanted, you only need to know who you want to talk to and the machine will handle the rest! ___jfteck.com for detail___Stop junk faxes save your money and protect your Fax Machine.
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Anyway, decided to keep it and enter the numbers since I figured there wasn't that many. Well just family and a few friends, home, cell and office numbers gets to be a lot, especially when entering each number requires the use of up or down arrows to scroll through number 0 through 9 to choose the value needed. Also, each number has 14 digits, the area code must be entered, and the typical 4 extra digit locations must be blanked out to work. Even that wouldn't be too bad but the up/down arrow buttons are poor quality so they are bouncy frequently causing the digit desired to be missed. Ever use a TV remote or calculator when the buttons were going bad? You got it. Also there are about 6 or 7 other keystrokes to get the needed number into the desired category of block, always through, or through at certain times.
Also the categories need to have the times to let calls through entered in one hour increments to 24 hours, otherwise it doesn't work.
Anyway after hooking it up and not entering my cell so I could try it, I called the house and it still rang one ring before blocking. Finally I was going to return it, but left it hooked up that night. The next day I needed to reach the house and dialed the number several times thinking the one ring would still be answered. Well it turns out that no ringing occurred. Somehow it had started to block all rings and not let the one get through, so I kept it.
Now with all that is bad about the unit, it does a GREAT job not letting the troubling calls through. I am sure this is made in someone's garage and larger companies won't touch the concept because of what it means, so if you want to get rid of those annoying marketers and survey takes and debt collectors, hook this up! Just be prepared to spend some time with it.
One interface aspect that was good was that when the call is block it shows up on a caller ID panel and with a couple keystrokes you can then save the number to the category you want it. That is a MUCH faster process.
Our phone has been so quiet now that I have checked it a few times to make sure it's working. The concept of what this does is great! Especially with all the markets using computer dialing now. This is pretty much indispensable. I will definitely not be without something like this again, but would gladly pay more for better quality, easier interface and more features.
After using this for a month or so now I feel the hassle to get it set up is well worth it. Now when our phone rings I know it's someone I want to speak with and don't even bother checking the caller ID anymore. Once it's in and working this is really great to have.
After about six weeks the unit was not displaying all the incoming calls. I contacted customer service and their standard answer applies, "if you re-set memories, that problem will be clearn. Thank you for choosing caller ID with ring controller."
When you clear its memories, the unit forgets everything, and you have to start over and re-enter all the phone numbers and settings! I hate that! My question is, how often will the memories need to be cleared? Every month?, Every 6 weeks?
The only reason I haven't returned this thing yet is that it is still blocking junk calls. But the main reason is that I don't know of anything else like this unit on the market. I may still send it back.
I hope that JF Teck fixes the bugs in this thing and makes it more useable. I would like it to have a numeric keypad, and/or a USB connector so that the customer could program it on a computer.
I'd pay more for a unit like that.
However, I decided to clear it's memory and re-enter all the A-list phone numbers and settings. It took about an hour :-[ ! When I was done, the unit worked better than ever. I found that the first time I entered phone numbers, the unit did not recognize them because it's number field is 14 digits. The phone numbers I had entered were only 10 digits (Area Code + number). The remaining digits in the number field were zeros. That should be ok, right?
Wrong! If the number you enter is less that 14 digits, you must fill the remainder of the number field with spaces! (Not in the "manual")
Long story short, with a careful reading and re-reading of the manual, and some correspondence with Customer Service, I think that I have nailed it. I set it to only ring A-list numbers, and that is precisely what it does.
In order to get the maximum utility from this approach, you need to subscribe to caller id from the phone company. In addition, I have the phone company's voicemail (Verizon), which picks up and takes messages after 6 rings. Therefore, I can still get a message from callers who aren't on the A-list. Telemarketers seldom leave messages on answering devices.
Together with my home answering machine that picks up after 4 rings, I think I have my landlines under control. If you use this approach, remember that the ring blocker uses one ring to decide whether or not to let a call thru. Thus, the caller will hear one more ring than the answering machine gets.