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#1 pilcheck

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Posted 02 March 2005 - 10:37 PM

so I came across this number while scanning, 800.423.0116, it reads a series of 15 digits and then plays the DTMF and then gives me a busy signal, any ideas?

they all seem to start with either 900 or 800 whenever I have called it,
900157114000728 dtmf busy
800897114000729 dtmf busy
800907114000729 dtmf busy

Edited by pilcheck, 02 March 2005 - 10:37 PM.


#2 TelcoBob

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Posted 02 March 2005 - 10:40 PM

have you decoded the dtmf?

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Posted 02 March 2005 - 10:58 PM

negative, perhaps i should do that.

well, I just tried and the decoder off of bells mind came up with 700070, which can't be right. well I have the .wav if anyone is interested. or know of another place wher i cen decode?

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Posted 03 March 2005 - 12:08 AM

Check out 2600 Vol. 21 #3. On page 48 there were a couple letters, one from t3st_s3t, describing this same exact occurence, with a mixture of varying and constant dtmf tones in the pattern upon each call. This is also mentioned in 20:4 too.

In 20:4, Mike inquired about phone numbers that had a recording of someone reading off some numbers. Try this number: 1-800-789-6324. I came accross it while scanning. A male voice reads the numbers: 200(xxx)7113267347, then there are tones that translate into (xxx#xx#)711(x)267342#02, then a busy signal. ("x" represents numbers that change each time you call.) If you want more info on other nnumbers visit bellsmind.net


And their reply:

The numbers in the letter prior to yours [1-800-506-3553] came out to: 800(xx)7114086584. Incidentally, the 200 and 800 that begin both sequences are actually attached to the (xx). In other words, when 800(47) is spoken, it really means 847. We saw that sequence go up past 900 as well.


Interesting indeed. It reminds me of Bernie S.' panel at the fifth HOPE about HAM radio frequencies that spies use to send code. It had voices reading off numbers in much the same manner.

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Posted 03 March 2005 - 04:46 PM

Interesting indeed. It reminds me of Bernie S.' panel at the fifth HOPE about HAM radio frequencies that spies use to send code. It had voices reading off numbers in much the same manner.

yeah... number stations. I almost bought a scanner a while back because I was so intrigued by those. Here are some recordings of number stations.
It's weird that they both have the same pattern with the 7114, etc. and that only three of the numbers change between calls. Any way to find out who owns an 800 number?

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Posted 03 March 2005 - 05:36 PM

Oh those recordings are awsome, I totally dig that kind of stuff! There is a way called a resporg (responsible organization) the number I know of, didnt know who owned to line.

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Posted 07 March 2005 - 10:11 AM

I've found a couple of these myself... and I have no idea what they are either... :\

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Posted 07 March 2005 - 10:15 AM

I heard many say these types of numbers are some sort of test number by Sprint...




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