RoboKiller VS.
Verizon Call Filter
See why thousands of people choose RoboKiller instead of Verizon Call Filter to block spam calls and spam texts
Verizon Call Filter
Why does RoboKiller
outperform Verizon Call Filter?
Unlike RoboKiller, Verizon Call Filter uses a community-based spam list that depends solely on its users to report spam numbers. RoboKiller uses predictive call-blocking algorithms to stay ahead of emerging robocalls without relying on user feedback, and updates the blacklist in real-time.
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Call blocking + identification Full Spam Call Blocking Limited Caller-ID Based Blocking Enhanced By Network-Level Integration
Global scammer database 335,000,000 100,000,000
Real-time call screening
Block and Allow Block Only
Voicemail Transcription, Visual Voicemail Visual Voicemail, Sends All Unknown Callers To Voicemail
Machine-learning Live Audio Fingerprinting
Spam-fighting robots
SMS protection
Answer Bots
RoboKiller doesn’t just block robocalls – we make it entertaining. Answer Bots answer your spam calls, mimicking a real person and driving telemarketers crazy. You can even listen to the recordings. Verizon Call Filter can't do that.
Audio Fingerprinting
In addition to blocking known spam numbers, RoboKiller can detect scammers based on their audio fingerprints. Scammers may change their numbers but they can’t change their voices. Verizon Call Filter can't do that.
Neighbor Spoofing Blocking
Robocalls can now imitate local phone numbers so you’re more likely to answer them – it’s called neighbor spoofing. RoboKiller knows the difference and protects you from spam calls. Verizon Call Filter can't do that.