If you are looking for TrapCall sign up page, look no further and head straight to www.trapcall.com/. There are 3 packages available for you, the Bug Trap, Mouse Trap and Bear Trap.
The very first time I read the TrapCall review on CNET, I was really intrigued by the services offered by the company. Lately, I have been getting a lot of unwanted sales calls from telemarketers. Honestly, I have no idea how they got hold of my number.
But for some reason, they have the ability to know when I am just about to have dinner, and then my mobile phone will ring. Worst of all, they are using blocked numbers and I can’t see who’s calling on the caller ID.
When I answer the call and there goes the annoying sales pitch. It’s driving me crazy!
Can I really unmask the caller number using TrapCall or is it just a scam product?
My curiosity got the best of me and I decided to check out their web site.
TrapCall Review – The Personal Experience
The very first question that popped into my mind when I visited www.trapcall.com was, how does it work?
I did some research and read up on the technical aspects of the service. In a nutshell, here’s how TrapCall works.
The company made special arrangement with some of the mobile carriers such as AT&T Wireless, Alltell Wireless, Boost Mobile, Cricket, Metro PCS, Nextel, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, Virgin Mobile etc which allow them to unmask blocked numbers.
When you get an anonymous call on your mobile, you’ll have 2 options. You can either:
- Answer the call and risk it being another telemarketer.
- You can chose to redirect it to your TrapCall account special number.
When you do that, through their technical wizardry, they’ll send to you the ID and phone number of the caller. If you recognize the number is from a pesky telemarketer, you can just end the call.
Simple and easy, no more saying “No” to salesman that doesn’t know how to quit and no more feeling guilty for hanging up on them.
There’s more, since TrapCall is linked to the mobile carrier, you can have the number blacklisted.
If someone that you don’t want to talk to is calling you, ie your ex-boyfriend, ex-girlfriend, ex-boss, mother-in-law etc, you can just enter their number into your blacklist list and TrapCall will automatically block their call from ever reaching your mobile phone.
They will be forever redirected into a voicemail with a message asking them to stop calling. Well, until they change to a new number which you can blacklist also. Pretty neat ehh…
TrapCall in actual fact can do more than just unmask blocked numbers and blacklist numbers, it can also do voicemail transcription, call recording with online account management. It’s a very useful feature if you are a lawyer or a globetrotting business executive.
Of course, all the additional features come with a price.
If you need only the caller ID unmasking and blacklist unwanted caller features, you can opt for the most affordable plan, the Bug Trap package which is $4.95 per month.
If you need other features such as the transcription service, missed call alerts, name & address caller ID, you can select their most popular plan, the Mouse Trap which is $9.95 per month.
If you need everything under the sun from TrapCall, by all means, go for their Bear Trap plan which is $24.95 per month.
You can actually make your payment using Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express and even PayPal. I actually bought the Mouse Trap package and I had them auto bill my Paypal account.
When you’ve made your payment, you will then be directed to your personal account which you have to create with TrapCall.
Next, you have to follow a couple of instructions to setup either your iPhone, Android, Blackberry etc to link with their server. Not to worry, the setup process is actually quite simple.
If you have been looking for ways to reveal anonymous blocked numbers on your mobile phone, look no further, head over the TrapCall main web site and sign up for one of their plans.
It’s a small investment for your peace of mind.