what to do about 12-14 unwanted calls on cell phone. already block each one

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nangib
nangib Posts: 1 Newcomer

Started this week getting 10-14 unwanted calls /day. I block each one but tired of getting them. They are from all over the country

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  • HT_Greenfield
    HT_Greenfield Posts: 734 Contributor
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    The frequency of political calls you'll receive during an election year will be impacted by:

    • Whether you included your phone number on your voter registration (even if not included in the public record, you have to realize that the volunteerism of registration volunteers isn’t necessarily limited to just turning the forms in.)

    • When the primaries take place in your state.

    • How contentious any races may be in your state as well as the congressional district that your area code and exchange are related to.

    • How much money campaigns and political action committees have to blow. 

    Rationale hopefully being obvious, the only thing you can do to try cut down on the frequency of the calls is to at least occasionally answer and quickly hang up. Bing-bang‼️ Especially when the various calling campaigns are averse to leaving a voice message when you don’t answer. 

  • HT_Greenfield
    HT_Greenfield Posts: 734 Contributor
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    Edit: Or should i say at least occasionally answer and listen to the pitch and/or engage the caller for as long as you wish before hanging up.