WhitePages Current Caller ID now lets you block calls, texts

WhitePages Current Caller ID now lets you block calls, texts

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New The WhitePages Current Caller ID Android app, which displays not only the names of callers but also their location and social media updates, just received an update that allows you to easily block unwanted calls and texts. The app now features a “block” button when you get a call or...
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