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How do you ignore a call can you. that's about all I wanna know.

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You can double tap the sleep/wake button to take immediately to voicemail. And I think a single tap is to mute the ringer. This is of course when someone is calling you

I don't know exactly what the settings on the iPhone are like, but if there's an option to set a particular phone number to go only to voicemail, that will work too.

And I also think you can call up AT&T and ask to block a number.

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You can either hit the sleep button once to stop ringing/vibrating. Hit the sleep button twice to send directly to voicemail. You can also touch the side volume buttons to stop ringing/vibrating.

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