COMPARE the DIGITONE CALL BLOCKER PLUS VS Model CT-CID803

Below is a comparison table outlining the key features that differentiate the DIGITONE Call Blocker Plus! and the T-Lock Call Blocker products.  For a full list of features, please refer to the product details links below:

Featurea

Call Blocker Model CT-CID803

DIGITONE Call Blocker Plus!

 

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Blocking Capacity

Up to 1,500 numbers & 10 area codes  /prefixes

Up to 140 numbers and/or area codes / prefixes1

Block Outgoing Calls

Yes

No

Line powered

Yes

No, requires external power supply

Name display/blocking

No

Yes

Initial setup required

No

Yes2

Size3 (see photo below)

4″ wide x
3.25″ length x 1.75″ height

4.75″ wide x 3.00″ length x 1.5″ height

Notes:

(1) The DIGITONE Plus device provides additional filters to allow/block calls showing as Out-of-Area and Private.

(2) According to DIGITONE Communications, the DIGITONE Call Blocker Plus! device requires no initial setup, however as per factory default, it will block all calls with missing or modified caller id information, including Out-of-Area, Private, Unknown, Anonymous, etc.  Therefore, it is important to know that right out of the box, this device will block legitimate calls from several carriers that send incomplete caller id information, especially cell phone carriers.  So, In order to avoid this, you will need to do some initial programming!

(3) Photo of 2 products side-by-side:
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What are the similarities among these 2 Call Blocker products?

·         Both can block incoming nuisance calls.

·         Both have non-volatile memory to retain blocked numbers even if unplugged form power line.

·         Both can block phone numbers from 7 up to 16 digits in length, and area codes.

·         Both can block calls with missing or modified caller id information including Private, Out of Area, Unknown, etc.

·         Both allow you to add numbers to the Blacklist manually.

·         Both require a phone handset to be programmed.



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