Years into the robocalling frenzy, your phone probably still rings off the hook with "important information about your account," updates from the "Chinese embassy," and every bogus sweepstakes offer imaginable.
Not if you have an IVR that makes you hit a button to get through. My robo calls are zero :)
Or a call screening app. Google's Call Screening on my Pixel has cut the number of calls I get in half.
Not on your life.
You realize how those work right?
Have you actually used the Google Call Screening? It actually plays a message if it doesn't recognize the number from your contacts list and tells them that you are using the Google Call Screening... If they actually "listen" to the greeting, then they can state why they called and you can answer the call if it's actually somebody you want to talk to, or let them leave a voicemail.
I was getting 3 or 4 calls a day about 2 months ago. Now I'm getting like 6 or 7 a week.
FFS, are you just stupid?
How can it decide what to do if you don't grant it access to all inbound CID?
What happens after it gets that information will be up to the app developer. But that has nothing to do with what I stated.
This is she same reason I never used Google Voice after giving it a trial and learning how it worked (it is jsut a call forwarding service). They absolutely don't need to know all the people that call me.