Why is call blocking limited to a mere 30 numbers?
Why is the call blocking and call accepting features limited to a mere 30 numbers? I get SO MANY unwanted "sales" calls that I quickly filled up the 30 limit and then the rest can get through. This is 2019. A 3000 number limit would not take up any space what-so-ever on a modern day hard drive, for example. This 30 number limit dates back to the 1990s as far as I know. Why has it never been increased? 100 numbers even would help. 30 is just far too limited.
It's not just Spectrum either. My son's cable company phone has the same limit and it seems utterly arbitrary and carpricious at this point in time. I had to switch to accepting only 30 to block all the other numbers. Now I'm quickly approaching the 30 accepted limit and so it's the same in reverse, not to mention it blocks emergency services as well. But that seems to be the only solution to almost unending daily robo, charity and sales calls that routinely ignore or get around the government's "Do Not Call List", which has only limited effectiveness.