A new version of an innovative call blocker that puts an end to unwanted communications at the touch of a button has been launched. The simple to use device – available exclusively through the channel from Nimans – now features a large ‘Block Now’ button and built-in caller display screen, for more user friendly performance. It also has the ability to block nuisance calls using DECT extension handsets.
The enhanced device comes pre-programmed with 200 numbers of the worst known offenders and has the facility to block an additional 1000. It is ideally suited for elderly or visually impaired users. The compact unit is also fax compatible and has been developed by CPR Global (The Call Prevention Registry) which is the UK’s leading anti-nuisance call service provider.
Nimans’ Purchasing Director, Andy Winfield says there’s nothing quite like the device on the market, although Nimans stocks a range of different solutions. “The CPR Call Blocker is an easy to set-up all-in-one everyday product which helps retain privacy in the home or office, providing Caller ID is active. Silent calls, recorded messages, harassment, malicious and calls from overseas call centres can all be stopped in an instant along with PPI calls, international, unavailable and withheld numbers as well as automated robo calls.”
He added: “Call blocking technology is becoming big business and offers resellers a great way to add to their existing revenue streams. A larger ‘Block Now’ button is located on top of the unit which when pressed, cuts off a caller in their prime with the number logged into its memory and permanently blocked. The device can also reject any caller who withholds their number.”
The latest Call Blocker version comes complete with a 30 day money-back guarantee, as Andy concluded: “85% of people receive nuisance calls. It’s an area of the market too big for resellers to ignore.”
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