Our global data network has connected us all, for better or worse. And in the case of automated calls, texts, and comments, it's definitely worse. Fortunately, you can send those annoying calls and texts packing with a 3-year subscription to RoboKiller, and it's now 50% off as an early Black Friday deal.
How AI Blocks Spam
RoboKiller's AI turns the prank call on its head. While number blocking helps, spammers are constantly switching numbers. So instead of blocking the number, the spammer is fed into an automated system called AnswerBots that pretends to be interested, keeping them on the line.
The AI then uses voiceprint technology to identify the spammer and blacklist them. It won't matter how many numbers they use or how they change their script. Once they're in RoboKiller's system, they're identified and blocked for good.
As an added bonus, you can pick your AnswerBot, and hear spammers waste their time trying to get through.
The Right Amount Of Protection
RoboKiller is also highly customizable, part of the reason it has 4.5 out of 5 stars in the Apple App Store. You can set your level of call blocking so you can let only approved numbers through, or numbers that meet certain criteria. Block and allow lists give you a velvet rope to only let certain people into your ears. And if there's an emergency or another need, you can pause the call blocking as well.
You can also use a personalized AI call screener to catch out more elaborate spammers, or just route unwanted calls to a voicemail box. And if you do get a spam call at any point, it's easy to report and block, adding it to the database and making spammers' lives just that much harder. If you're sick of fake calls, RoboKiller will give you a little peace of mind.
Get a RoboKiller Spam Call & Text Blocker 3-Year Subscription for $59.99 (reg. $119).
Prices subject to change.
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