Can I use any telephone with The CPR Call Blocker?

Can I use any telephone with The CPR Call Blocker?

The CPR Call Blocker will work with a wide range of telephone equipment - cordless DECT phones, cordless analogue phones, corded phones and text message phones.

If you have any problems when using a particular handset, you can contact our Support Team on:

UK customers call 0800 652 7780 between 09:00am - 18:00pm Monday to Friday
and between 10:00am - 14:00pm on Saturday.

U.S customers call 408 872 6822 between 05:00am - 14:00pm (EDT) Monday to Friday.

Australian customers call 02 8005 5793 between 09:00am - 18:00pm (UK TIME).
This is usually 8-9 hours ahead in Australian Time 17:00pm/18:00pm/19:00pm - 02:00am/03:00am/04:00am.
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