Do not call list
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A do not call list, do not call registry, or similar is a list of personal phone numbers that are off-limits to telemarketers in some countries. Specific examples include:
- Do Not Call Register (Australia)
- National Do Not Call List (Canada)
- New Zealand Name Removal Service
- Telephone Preference Service (United Kingdom)
- National Do Not Call Registry (United States)
- Do not disturb registry (India)
- Do Not Call Registry (Singapore) 
- Robinson list, a UK opt-out registry of people who do not wish to receive marketing communications
- Singapore Do Not Call Registry Guide, a quick summary of what the Singapore DNC Registry is about and how consumers can add themselves into this list.
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