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With T-Mobile Name ID, you can block unwanted calls from scammers, telemarketers, political groups, and more questionable callers, and block or manage any phone number. Name ID also identifies callers—even if they’re not in your address book—letting you choose who you talk to. Reverse number lookup is included as well, so you’ll never have to wonder who called you. <br><br>T-Mobile Name ID features:<br><br>- Identify and block likely scam calls <br>- Identify and block unwanted callers<br>- Identify and send call categories to voicemail—telemarketers, surveys, political callers, and more <br>- Identify unknown callers<br>- Report call violations <br>- Reverse number lookup
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Great start for giving consumers control over there phone calls however i think you can do even more. I would like to have this expanded to text messages as well. Also I would like to have it where the system can identify where the call originated from or where the call is regastered to like where the person lives. Also add a report option to report that the a call was categorized incorrectly or the caller id info is wrong. This way theses issues are fixed and new calls made by that phone number would show up correctly to other users. Also add a option to record phone calls for calls that come in that are not on my contacts list. This way if a call is spam legal authorities would have something to use agenst thesss people to put a stop to unwanted calls.
In my experience, T Mobile seems to be better at blocking unwanted phone calls than Verizon or AT&T. They are also better at blocking calls than the NoMoRobo service. I would give T-Mobile and the app 5 stars if they could add one key feature: the ability to block calls that display as “Unknown” or “Unavailable”. The explanation they give for not including this is that a doctors office might be trying to reach me. My doctors do not block their numbers. Why can’t I decide who to block?
If you have T-Mobile service and get scam, and Robo calls, this is the app for you. I have tried everything to stop Robo calls. Everything was unsatisfactory. Until I tried the T-Mobile call ID App. It stopped Robo and scam calls in there tracks. T-Mobile already identifies a good percentage of scam calls free. With this app there a long gone memory. You can have scam call not even reach your phone. There’re blocked on the network before ever reaching your phone. You also have the option of sending them straight to voicemail if you feel that they may be mislabeled. The app also identifies callers by name like your home caller ID. The app works fantastic. Easy to use and very practical. I recommend to anyone with a high volume of scam or Robo calls.
The nameID service by itself works great. It identifies spam calls at the network level and blocks them. If you choose Premium service you also get to select various options like blocking nuisance calls, blocking telemarketing calls etc. however, as I previously said, Service works at the network level. The app by itself does nothing. It doesn’t use the Apple call kit and doesn't integrate with the stock iPhone dialer. But I must admit that it's not an issue. You still see the caller name and calls get blocked or sent to voicemail directly. But they could have just integrated the nameID option in the mail TMobile app and not have needed the nameID app at all.
I get a lot of local spamming calls and this app didn’t do much to stop or block them. I just had another one come through and I see it listed 6 times in the ID App - all with the same date and time stamp and it says “local spam” - so why did it get through if it classified it as spam?! And why does it show 6 entries at 8:11 pm when they are all the same call! And why does T-Mobile want more money to give me more features when I already pay them over 200 bucks a month for 4 lines .... come on T-Mobile , this shouldn’t be free to only those on some “certain plan” or those willing to pay an extra 4 bucks a line when I’ve been with you well over 10 years and am already paying you for quality phone service!
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T-Mobile Name ID is ranking in Utilities
Last update was at Dec 23, 2019and the current version is 1.8.
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