aaah - that's an incorrect statement from you Shaw, and is false advertising for you to say so. Your system is completely unable to block robo scam callers, it's a total joke this so called algorithm of yours. I get at least 2 fake calls a day. Shaw needs to do like Telus' anti scam and have a caller required to tap an additional key to be connected. That system works. I'm in the process of leaving Shaw because of this.
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Tell the Shaw programmer to look into what Telus offers its landline customers, because it works and Shaw's "Spam Blocker" doesn't work. Shaw's system blocks out legitimate calls, like one s from from my doctor calling me for an appointment, but lets through many calls from fake Amazon or fake CRA or fake credit card companies trying to scam people. Telus has a simple system that actually works, as described above
Yes I totally agree Shaw needs to take a lead from Telus and get ahead of the curve, they are way behind on this feature. Very very disappointing that they are unwilling to adopt this!
@Mavon -- at this time, I cannot find any information on Shaw's web-site about the "challenge" option that Telus offers that forces each "live" caller to tap a digit to connect. But, given the April 2023 purchase of Shaw by Rogers, you could try to check the Rogers web-site, after you migrate your phone-service from Shaw to Rogers.
How can you tell that Shaw is "unwilling" ?
What "insider" information do you have about Shaw/Rogers plans for not-yet-announced services?