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Author Topic: Annoyed at WGs taking phone calls during your punt? Solution here!  (Read 1739 times)

Ok it might contravene the Wireless and Telegraphy Act, but how funny would it be - every time the phone rang you would press the button and .... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

http://www.jammer4uk.com/mini-portable-cellphone-jammer-j260a-p-5.html

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That is brilliant, can you jsut leave it on???

Oh yeh you can get ones that are on when switched on - but they are more expensive and have a much larger radius so maybe the whole premises will be a mobile black spot while it is on...

Jams GSM, WiFi everything ...

Offline mac77

going to have to buy that, but different reasons  :D

Offline James999

Think how that would piss off some of them, but they'd never know  :hi:

going to have to buy that, but different reasons  :D

Oh haha - come on - what? !!

Offline k

Ok it might contravene the Wireless and Telegraphy Act, but how funny would it be - every time the phone rang you would press the button and .... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

http://www.jammer4uk.com/mini-portable-cellphone-jammer-j260a-p-5.html

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Do you need to put lube on it before use?

Offline AnthG

Knowing my luck it will end up with the WG spending all the entire booking playing with her phone trying desperately to get it to work again and me sitting there awkward thinking 'should I just tell her' while she does it

Your thinking about it from the wrong angle Anth G. While she pancs that her I phone is broken. You calmly tell her that you know how to solve it and offer to fix it. You take the back off remove battery. Unblock the jammer and let it work as normal.

She thinks your a genius and nice guy and let's you blast away in her mouth as a reward instead of the extra she claims it it.

Has anyone actually used this thing? Does it really work?

Would be pretty good to piss those annoying people off talking too loudly on their phones on public transport  :D

Offline akauya

Has anyone actually used this thing? Does it really work?

Would be pretty good to piss those annoying people off talking too loudly on their phones on public transport :D

That's exactly what I was thinking.  :thumbsup:

However, does anyone know how legit these things are? I'm sure they were not allowed to sell these jammers in the UK?

That's exactly what I was thinking.  :thumbsup:

However, does anyone know how legit these things are? I'm sure they were not allowed to sell these jammers in the UK?

I didn't think they were legal in the uk as they could block emergency services signals. Could you imagine gettig stopped by the met police with one of them. Honest sarge I am not trying to blow up the shard I was trying to get a decent blow job of a prossie.

Offline akauya

I didn't think they were legal in the uk as they could block emergency services signals. Could you imagine gettig stopped by the met police with one of them. Honest sarge I am not trying to blow up the shard I was trying to get a decent blow job of a prossie.

That's what I thought. Also that website looks very dodgy and I'm not only talking about the bad English. Just read this bit on one of their pages: "For frequent traffic violators, a gps tracking jammer is a useful tool to help them break traffic laws and become hidden from pursuing British law enforcement authorities."

So they are encouraging people to break the law and they want my money? Much as I would love to have a mobile phone jammer, no thanks  :thumbsdown:


Of course it is illegal to use one! My post was half tongue in cheek.

http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/enforcement/spectrum-enforcement/jammers/

I like the way the Ofcom website gives you an alternative: "It is understandable that the owners of theatres, cinemas, concert halls, restaurants etc may want to restrict the use of mobile phones within their premises but jamming is an inappropriate means of achieving this. The alternative, legal way to do this is by education and publicity in informing users to keep mobile phones switched off when requested to do so."

Seriously though, when you are in a session with an escort, do some really take calls?! I'd definitely add that to the time at the end sorry ...

Offline dilettante

Has anyone actually used this thing? Does it really work?

Would be pretty good to piss those annoying people off talking too loudly on their phones on public transport  :D

I wanna get something that blocks personal stereos too.  They say you're never more than 10 yds from a rat in UK - and that's certainly true on public transport, some w@nker will have their headphones on blasting their very special, admirable selection of music out within 3 rows of seats at the least.

I have in mind a very long, thin, speaker with microphone that picks up the tinny cacophony, magnifies it x10, and blasts it back at them in a lateral line so only they can hear it, destroying their eardrums in the process.

Tellingly - quite a while ago, a middle-aged gent on the London tube took the law into his own hands and cut the headphones with scissors after asking the chav to turn it down - he was prosecuted for criminal damage, and got away with it.
« Last Edit: July 27, 2014, 12:28:11 AM by dilletante »

Harry

I mainly do outcalls. So on arrival I show them that advert from the cinema reminding them to turn off the mobile and show then where the fire exits are.

Though I don't tell them about dodgy chinese bloke who is filming the punt to sell in the pubs on dvd

Offline punk

Harry you could always get your gun out, as Scorpio said :My! That's a big one:

hopefully it will have the same effect on her.

Offline smiths

Ok it might contravene the Wireless and Telegraphy Act, but how funny would it be - every time the phone rang you would press the button and .... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

http://www.jammer4uk.com/mini-portable-cellphone-jammer-j260a-p-5.html

 :thumbsup:

I ask WGs to turn their phones off when i am punting with them, i dont mind them checking them in the breaks i need though when i check my own phone sometimes. Works well usually.

Offline Dani

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Why not just ask the prossie to put her phone on silent in another room. There is no need to have it in the bedroom at all as she shouldn't be looking at it until you have left the place. I leave mine in the lounge as there is nothing worse than getting to the right point just in the edge and a phone vibrating puts you off

Why not just ask the prossie to put her phone on silent in another room. There is no need to have it in the bedroom at all as she shouldn't be looking at it until you have left the place. I leave mine in the lounge as there is nothing worse than getting to the right point just in the edge and a phone vibrating puts you off

Yep, agreed. All phones to silent or out of the way. Particularly if its the OH trying to get hold of you!

tcm

Ofcom have updated their site...

"It is understandable that punters may want to restrict the use of mobile phones within the incall or outcall location but jamming is an inappropriate means of achieving this. The alternative, legal way to do this is by education and publicity in informing the pro$$ie to keep mobile phones switched off when requested to do so."

Offline k

Harry

I mainly do outcalls. So on arrival I show them that advert from the cinema reminding them to turn off the mobile and show then where the fire exits are.

Though I don't tell them about dodgy chinese bloke who is filming the punt to sell in the pubs on dvd
That sounds like a really good idea.  After the first round, when she says "ok time's up" you tell her that that was just the adverts - the trailers are next (so she can see what's cumming next), followed by the main event.  Oh, and I suspect you're the bloke who likes to sit there throughout the whole of the credits at the end, just to see who made the tea.

Offline k

Ofcom have updated their site...

"It is understandable that punters may want to restrict the use of mobile phones within the incall or outcall location but jamming is an inappropriate means of achieving this. The alternative, legal way to do this is by education and publicity in informing the pro$$ie to keep mobile phones switched off when requested to do so."
Shortly to be rebranded Oftcum.

The legal way, of course is to stick the phone in a jar such as this for the duration of the punt:-

If she doesn't like CIM you can say that licking the phone clean is a good way to take away the after-taste.  A win-win situation.
« Last Edit: July 27, 2014, 07:55:31 AM by k »

Offline JB1969

Why not just ask her to switch her phone off or to leave it in another room?  just a though
Banning reason: Accused and highly suspected of being "DeliciousMsDee" prossie posing as punter

Offline Jimmyredcab

Maybe I have been lucky but I have never had a pro$$ie answering her phone during a booking although it did happen a few times in Bangkok.    :hi:

Phones should be put on silent as soon as the client arrives.   


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