03-11-2012 06:02 AM
why are these questions delivered out here in "blog" form - (no offense to the person asking
It) - this is why we pay comcast. they are supposedly the experts. why are they not handling these
questions?? - not all of us have lives and jobs that center around "IT" pblms. i believe they "assume"
everyone is as technologically savvy as their "IT" people! - I'm a musician and medical technologist.
I don't "assume" they know what's wrong with a high B.U.N. LEVEL AND HOW THAT WOULD CORRELATE TO A LOW CREATININE LEVEL! -just like I don't "assume" they would know why I prefer heavy top strings and light bottom strings on my hollow-body GIBSON 335!!????-WHY IS IT "ASSUMED"THAT WE UNDERSTAND EVERY PIECE OF "IT" JARGON THROWN @ US AND HOW TO "EXACTLY" PERFORM THESE DIRECTIVES?? - (WHEN WE DON'T UNDERSTAND THE JARGON BEING CHUCKED AT US???
03-12-2012 11:40 AM
Are you asking why only 12 numbers are allowed in call screening (per the title of your thread) ?
That's fairly standard; AT&T only allows ten. Why not purchase a cordless phone that provides call blocking? Some Panasonic models block up to 20-25 numbers.
This is a user-to-user forum.
Errrm, if you have a question about the "IT jargon", why not ask the Comcast employee?
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