Verizon, the No. 1 mobile carrier in the United States, this week introduced a free version of its robocall-blocking app, which will be standard on all new Android devices. The company further announced that it will auto-enroll eligible Android users to its Call Filter service and block what are seen as “high-risk” calls. This includes calls from numbers that have been reported as
fraudulent. Those calls will be sent to voicemail, while the display on caller ID will indicate “Potential Spam” to warn callers that it is likely a robocall.
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