Liberate your phone from unwanted calls and texts

Mysterious callers on off hours, Noone wants a phone call distracting them.

A secure line

Avoid getting interrupted and stressed about mystery callers and fake text messages.
Reclaim your phoneline as a vital means of communication.
Ensure that your incoming calls and texts are from your real contacts.

Check your number for free

Easy setup

Give you a complete account of the system and expound the actual teachings of the great explorer of the truth the master.
We will do the "legwork" for you, and make sure your number is fully removed from the spammers' lists.

Check your number for free

For (almost) all providers

Our service works with all major providers in the US, UK, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy and Portugal.

List of providers covered

Simple Pricing

Our service is simple and to the point, and so are our prices.
We accept all major credits cards, like Visa, MasterCard, CBS and American Express.
No hidden fees or recurring charges.

Standard Plan

A plan for anyone
Pay once - Enjoy forever

$15 $10/device

  • Complete protection
  • Monthly checkup
  • iPhone/Android agnostic
  • Alert notifications
  • Speech & Text Analytics
  • Free risk reports
  • Ticket support

Enterprise solution

For accounts with 5+ phones

$10 $5/device

  • Alert notifications
  • Monthly checkup
  • iPhone/Android agnostic
  • Phone coverage management
  • Multiple accounts
  • Landline protection
  • Invoiced billing
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How It Works

Mobile spammers and callcenters don't call completely random numbers in the hopes to reach you. Most of them work off what are called leadsheets, huge lists of files containing phone numbers, often with some personal data attached. The main goal of these sheets is to calculate wether or not a specific number is viable for a sale or a scam.
We will work to get you off these lists, or flagged in a way that demotivates them to call/text you.

Analysis

The first thing we do is to measure the scope of how many places your phone number appears. When you sign up for our service, you get a free rough analysis on how many generic lists your number appears in. Once you deploy our services, we do a much more detailed scan, so we can target each network accurately.

Civil leadsheet unlisting

The first and simplest step is for us to contact all the white-hat lists, and simply demand removal. This can be cumbersome, but many of these operators knows that it's easiest just to remove the number from their list, since it is a drop in the ocean for them. We then follow this up with additional follow-up scans, making sure that the number indeed disappears from the lists.

Darkweb registry removal

Should your number have leaked to the more darker sides of the web, we have solutions to that as well. We work with various contacts that can help to remove your number from the leaked lists, as well as flag your number as "bad convertion", which indicates that calling you is simply not worth their time. This is in our experiencee the most effective method with dealing with both spammers and phishers, and it has given our clients nothing but positive results, while keeping everything legal.

“Having my phone with me everywhere, even meetings, it kept frustrating me to get sales calls in at the most critical moments.
Since I onboarded with Uncall, it all went away, and I quickly onboarded the rest of my team as well.”

Michel
Lead Developer

“A part of my job is to answer the company phone, whenever it rings.
I used to laugh when people were calling to scam us, but it grew to become absolutely frustrating.
Uncall converted my incoming calls to purely calls I cared about.”

Che
Branch Manager

“I recieved a lot of strange texts in the pasts, claiming I had won prizes or got job offerings. Obviously fake, but it really stole my focus.
3 months with Uncall so far, not a single annoying text or robo-call.”

Aniston
University Teacher