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Registered: ‎12-05-2011
My Device: Bold 9700
My Carrier: Rogers

Callstopper- Stops your phone from calling or Texting

Callstopper- Stops your phone from calling or Texting



Item Description

Outbound Call Stopper and Text Stopper: Stops your phone from calling or Texting 1-900, long distance, or any numbers you choose.
There are lots of call blockers that stop spam calls TO you. CallStopper stops calls and/or Texts FROM your phone.
CallStopper is a fun way to stop your kids, co-workers, or pub companions from calling or Texting numbers you have prohibited. If you have to lend your phone in an emergency, CallStopper can stop the person you're helping from calling long distance or Texting (if you pay per Text).
Type in a list of full or partial phone numbers to prohibit. The list of prohibited Phone numbers and Texting numbers can be different.
Just enter your password to call any number, even ones you have prohibited. You can completely turn off Texting, and turn it on temporarily by clicking a button.
Note: When your BlackBerry asks for permissions to run this app, enter ALLOW, and select "Don't ask me this again" if the option is presented.
1. Your BlackBerry will ask for some permissions right after installation. 
2. When starting CallStopper for the first time, the application may also ask for permissions.
3. Enter your prohibited numbers for Phone and Texting. Also, enter a test number (such as a friend's) that you can call to test that CallStopper is working. You can remove it from the prohibited list after.
4. Try calling/Texting a prohibited number.
From now on, calls and Texts to numbers on the prohibited list will be disallowed. When you need to call a prohibited number, just open CallStopper and click "Don't Block Next Call". If you want to Text, open CallStopper and click "Allow Texting"-- Texting will be allowed until you turn it off again.
If you're having trouble getting the App to work:
a) Ensure that you've given the App the permissions it needs. Start it up- if it displays a message asking for correct permissions, and you don't know how to do this, please contact us for assistance.
Feel free to try CallStopper Trial, fully functional and free to use for 10 days, to see if CallStopper is right for you. You may then upgrade to the full version, or uninstall. Search for "CallStopper" to locate the trial version.
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