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Using Caller ID Per Line Blocking
Last Updated: Mon, 15 Dec 2014 > Related Articles
Block your name and number from being displayed to others.
Caller ID Per Line Blocking prevents your name and number from being permanently displaying. Learn how to create and disable a block. To set up per-line blocking, contact a Cox customer support representative and ask for Caller ID Per Line Blocking.
Temporarily Suspend Caller ID Per Line Blocking
To temporarily suspend per-line blocking and allow your name and number to be displayed, press *82 prior to each call.
- Calls to 911, 800, and 900 numbers cannot be blocked. Visit the National Do Not Call Registry for information on preventing unwanted calls.
- Caller ID Per-Line Blocking is free of charge, but you must notify Cox that you want the per-line rather than the per-call blocking option.
- If no option is chosen, Caller ID Per-Call Blocking is assigned.
- Once a blocking option is selected, you can change the blocking option one time, free of charge.