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# 29520 10-Jan-2009 12:59
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How do you block caller id per call on telstra?

Have tried 0197 and 197 and all I get is overloaded continous beep noises, it use to work where it would go beep, beep and then the normal dial out tone.

Only thing I could find on their web site said that 0197 should work, or 197 if toll bar.

http://www.telstraclear.co.nz/residential/homeplan/phone-line/features/number-block.cfm

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  # 188565 10-Jan-2009 13:48
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I assume you are on a TCL On Network connection?

*32 blocks it and there is also a link to a full guide on the same page which you can view here

I am positive 0197 used to work but I've been VoIP only for ~3 years now so don't have a line to test it on.



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  # 188569 10-Jan-2009 14:27
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Thanks, it's on a friends phone, got messy one time when called person and they used caller id for who they were talking to instead of information told!

*32 did two beeps and then went to normal dial tone so looks promising, though I can't find any reference to it on telstra or even document you referenced, word search for *32 didn't find anything.

Thankyou, again.

 
 
 
 


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  # 188576 10-Jan-2009 15:01
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You were in the HomePlan area of the TCL site.

The InHome area has the details if you are an On Network customer.



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  # 188592 10-Jan-2009 15:58
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Thankyou, found it.

So it looks like one code if resold through telecom wholesale or other, and the *32 code if directly connected to telstra.

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