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How can I reliably screen or block callers on a number-by-number basis?

I've been getting calls from a strange number recently, and it's not even a local area call. This caller has called me 20 times, and whenever I pick up the phone I am met with intimidating silence, even if I shout in it.

Naturally, I decided that I had enough, and tried to surf the internet finding ways to block certain phone number. However, the only methods I found were to either:

(1) Call your call service company to block a call,

(2) Install some apps to do it,

Now, I do not want to overcomplicate this situation, and I've had bad experiences with applications... so, any suggestions on how to deal with this?

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marked as duplicate by Al E. Oct 31 '11 at 16:10

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Try blacklisting the phone no. Long press the phone no. in the Call Logs and select 'Add to Blacklist' option.

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