A new line of defense againt robocalls

FCC grants permission for phone companies to automatically block robocalls.
0:50 | 06/07/19

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In today's tech by a new line of defense against those annoying robo calls the FCC has given phone companies permission to automatically block those calls without getting customer's permission. The carriers don't have to offer this service they could even start charging for. And Wal-Mart is launching a new self will win the online delivery wars. Retail giant is now offering to deliver groceries to your house and have the delivery person placed perishables in your refrigerator if you're not home. And her Friday one week using a flip phone. Could earn you 1000. Dollars at Utah based company called frontier bundles which sells. Bond packages at issued a flip phone challenge if you're chosen company with thousand dollars to document how long it takes to text and check emails. Using out flip phone. It's out of a Smartphone. It'll take forever reviewed that binds.

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