Verizon, the No. 1 cell provider within the United States, this week launched a free model of its robocall-blocking app, which can be commonplace on all new Android units. The firm additional introduced that it’s going to auto-enroll eligible Android customers to its Call Filter service and block what are seen as “high-risk” calls. This consists of calls from numbers which were reported as
fraudulent. Those calls can be despatched to voicemail, whereas the show on caller ID will point out “Potential Spam” to warn callers that it’s probably a robocall.