Subscribers may choose not to receive promotional or marketing telephone calls or postal mailings regarding the Covered Services by contacting us at 1-888-425-2088 for placement on Cablevision’s “Do Not Call” list or by contacting us at 1-888-425-2090 for placement on Cablevision’s “Do Not Mail” list. Please note, any Subscriber requests after May 1, 2010 to be placed on the “Do Not Mail” list will only be effective for the 12-month period following such request. If Subscribers wish to continue to remain on the “Do Not Mail” list, Subscribers will need to make another request upon the expiration of the previous request. Please also note, “Do Not Call” and “Do Not Mail” requests may take up to thirty (30) days to become effective.
I would not advise calling that number: the experience is not pleasant. I have yet to make it successfully through to the end of the process, to no-call Nirvana. And if I ever do, they’ll just start calling me again after 11 months anyway. Basically, never give Cablevision your phone number, because once you do, you’ll never get them to stop calling you.

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  3. brianvan said: Is their policy even legal? The resumption of marketing calls after a 12-month period? The burden is on the consumer to not be harangued by a private company? Why isn’t Chuck Schumer all over this?
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