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Re: It actually MAY block them depending what callback service they're using

When we had a BT phone exchange we were able to do this, but when we upgraded we found out that it is in fact illegal to give a "false" number to the network, even if this is representative of where the phone really is, or indeed a contact number.

We now have all the numbers withheld because the outgoing number(s) have no way of being answered (combination landline out of the exchange and mobile SIMs) ...

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