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  1. #1
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    Verizon Anonymous Call

    Hey all!

    Verizon Anonymous Call was enabled on my phone by pressing *77. I thought I could shut it off the same way. I can't. Does anyone know how to turn it off? I thought I would ask here before I had to call the phone company. I was thinking there may be another * number?

  2. #2
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    *87 should do it.

    -Shaun
    Shaun Ewing
    http://shaun.net

  3. #3
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    Golden! Worked great...Thanks. Do you know where I can get a list of the * numbers? like what their functin is?

    Ex. *69 - Replies with last caller's number.

  4. #4
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    See the other thread,it has them all listed......Hell,ill save you the trouble or finding them

    *82 Disable Caller ID Blocking
    *69 Call back
    *57 Call trace...

    Feature Activate Deactivate
    *69 *69 *89
    Anonymous Call Block *77 *87
    Busy Redial *66 *86
    Call Block *60 ..
    Call Forwarding *72 *73
    Call Forwarding - All Calls *41 *43
    Call Forwarding - Busy *90 *91
    Call Forwarding - Don't Answer *92 *93 (I wondered why i got a re-order when i dialed these from my house)
    Call Trace *57
    Cancel Call Waiting *70 Hang Up
    Complete Blocking *82
    Do Not Disturb *64
    Priority Call *61
    Selective Blocking *67 Hang Up
    Select Call Forwarding *63

    COMPLETE LIST..........1/2 OF THESE I DIDNT KNOW EXISTED!!!!!!

    The Dude

    Tinyurl is the answer for posting long urls!!!

  5. #5
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    In texas anynomous calls are made with the numbers *67.
    Kerry Jones

  6. #6
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    YES,

    I thought *67 was country wide,no difference in it..........

    I dunno.......

    The Dude

    Tinyurl is the answer for posting long urls!!!

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