From the point at which we began designing our very first G-mee Connect, our goal was to provide greater control over different areas of the Smartphone experience. At the heart of every smartphone is the ability to make and receive phone calls. As such, the plan was to give customers the ability to take back control of their inbound and outbound phone call traffic.
For parents, it means their kids who they have provided a G-mee Connect can set rules around who the handset can call and who can be called. A parent can set the G-mee Connect to ring Mum and Dad, or receive calls from Mum and Dad, but won’t be able to make any other calls (beyond calling emergency services) outside of that shortlist. Parents can from time to time check the inbound call log and see what numbers have been blocked from ringing on their child’s phone.
For older Australians, call block will assist in gaining control over who can call in and when. Don’t want calls interrupting your dinner, or to receive calls while you are asleep? Easy, set a timeframe when all calls go to voicemail. Don’t want to receive calls from overseas numbers? Yes, you can block any number that does not start with the domestic number dialing prefix. You can even configure G-mee Call Block so the only people that can ring you are those that are on your contact list.
The list of features provided within G-mee Call Block is extensive, and we are really proud to offer this app at no extra charge for our G-mee Connect customers.
To take advantage of G-mee Call Block, download the app from our website to your G-mee Connect and install it to the handset. The app is not included on the Google Playstore, but it is safe to download and install directly from us.
We have put together a video to provide you guidance on the installation process. Please post any questions you might have to G-mee Support so we can help you make the most of the G-mee Call Block service.