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#541 JmanA9

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Posted 08 November 2005 - 06:25 PM

The file that BlakeOPS posted is how it sounds from my end. Its nothing really special, just something interesting that I accidentally found.

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Posted 06 December 2005 - 07:05 PM

I like this a whole lot:

First use Free World Dialup to call the UK toll free #: +44 800-890-123. This is a direct dial from BT to Bermuda. (kinda)

The phone will ring, and an op will pick up. This op is subcontracted by Bermuda Telecom, and is in the Philippines. This op will then connect you to Bermuda, and ask how you would like to bill the call. (i must assume collect, charge, or calling card). I called the reefs hotel, in bermuda, collect, and the op talked to them. She came back asking if there was a particular guest i wished to talk to. I said no, thanked her, and hung up.

I just like the US->UK->Philippines->Bermuda routing.

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Posted 07 December 2005 - 10:11 PM

<edit> it has been over since 2002, i need to read things more carefully... retracted</edit>

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Posted 08 December 2005 - 05:35 AM

I came across these and though the project has been discussed, i dont think the #'s have been posted.

Blinkenlights Arcade installation:

Tetris:        +33 44-24-73-50
Pong:        +33 44-24-73-51
Breakout: +33 44-24-73-52
Pacman:  +33 44-24-73-53

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hasnt this been over since 2002?

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Posted 11 December 2005 - 06:17 AM


ahahah

god thats horrible :lol:

I like how the main flash is titled "yoitsme_bigBlackGuy"...

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DID ANYONE ARCHIVE THIS SHIT DAMMIT LOL

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Posted 11 December 2005 - 06:34 AM


ahahah

god thats horrible :lol:

I like how the main flash is titled "yoitsme_bigBlackGuy"...

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DID ANYONE ARCHIVE THIS SHIT DAMMIT LOL

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Im pretty sure blake did, he keeps eveything. :)

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Posted 11 December 2005 - 06:37 AM

1-800-444-4444


tells you the number that you are calling from... since it is an 800 number im guessing it should work anywhere cross the country

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Oh WOW, Thanks alot I really needed this number, I came across it a long time ago and forgot it. THANKS alot for finding it for everyone.

I give you mad props for passing this number out.

Everyone remember he found it. I wonder what it does..
heh :nono:


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Posted 11 December 2005 - 06:41 AM

The developers of God of War hid this deep in the game, check it

1-888-447-5594

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it dropped me to a dailtone after i waited a while after the recording finished.

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I'm unable to get the dialtone. Instead, it rings to an "All Circuits are Busy" recording.

Is the dialtone thing kinda like the old GTD5 Diverter bug back in the day?

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Try going thru a different carrier.
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Posted 11 December 2005 - 06:44 AM

what's so special about this number ?

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Nufone: 99-3 We're sorry the number you dialed is invalid please check the area code dialed or call directory assistance in the city you wish to reach. <ring> <reorder>
VoIPJet: We're sorry your call cannot be completed as d---you are check the number and dial again. <reorder>

Here's a recording of the VoIPJet call:

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yeah ones just using a different backbone provider than the next.
I havent called so I dunno who's who yet.

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Posted 15 December 2005 - 04:14 AM

Here are a few numbers for your listening pleasure.


907.296.8888
"Hi, you've reached a number that has been disconnected or is no longer in service. If you feel you have reached this recording in error, please check the number or try your call again. Good luck." x2 + fast busy . It's all real casual-like when the guy is talking, and the audio quality isn't so great. It's cool.

907.320.8888
"Welcome to Cellular One. The number you have called is no longer in service. If you feel you have reached this recording in error, please check the number and dial again. Message AK22." + hangup. Note that when you call this number, the recording could be like, half over by the time you hit it. It's like it's always looping in the background, and you're just patched into it. It reminds me of the older "bridges" that were made out of old test lines and error messages and such back in 'the day.'

907.295.8888
A sensaphone remote monitoring system. There are programming options for these babies, just so you know. You can find the docs online, maybe google for "1104 sensaphone" or something like that. They (Sensaphone) sent me a care package in the mail, so nice of them. :) Basically sensaphone systems are like, remote-alerting B&E or fire detection systems. If there's a fire or B&E, they are connected to an outgoing line, and they'll call up to four numbers (on smaller systems) and alert them that there's trouble. You can also program them remotely, like turn the machine on and off, and toggle the states of sensors and such. Try out *1 to *9 for programming options. Or check the docs. Whatever.

907.292.8888
SIT "We're sorry. Your call cannot be completed as dialed. Please check the number and try your call again. Or call your operator for assistance. Thank you. This is a recording." 999 999 051. (999 999 051, where the hell is that?)

907.284.8888
clickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEP + random odd sounds mixed in there.

907.286.8888

silence + ringCLICKring "We're sorry your call cannot be completed as dialed. Please check the number and dial again, or ask your operator for assistance. This is a recording." 907 + clickclick. This one is real rad, I think. You can hear it pick up partways as soon as you call in, there's a noticeable change on the line.Then there's a ring + click or a clickClick, and the message comes on. It's like it's thinking or something, or waiting for something. I don't really know. But it sounds rad.

907.278.8888 some kind of carrier

907.279.8888 some kind of carrier

800.555.3775
It's a PBX served by BTI that's got a problem. It's got a coded outdial, but the outdial will let you call the operator without entering a code. 5 digit codes. Enter the code, then a certain two digits to reach the long-distance operator. Also, when you call the operator this way, you don't have any ANI or billing info passed to the operator. So if you can SE her into placing a call for you, you're set. She won't do international, though. And it's not as easy as, "Can I get AT&T please?" Apparently it's a small-time deal, and they aren't connected up for equal access. Oh yeah, and if you use this thing more than like, once a month, the operator gets wise and won't place calls for you.

800.970.9891
Loopback number. Call it from inside of a company's PBX, and you'll end up connecting to the IVR's front end menu

800.855.1234 sprint relay op, passes your cpn clear through.

800.855.2800 sprint relay op, passes ani/cpn as 610.975.9600


610.558.4591 sensaphone demo


Again, I know 800.804.6666 is an old number, it's for the Bank of America. I played around with it a bunch, though, and found a few interesting extensions. *6 gives you a dialtone, altough I don't know what the heck the dialtone is for yet. *8 + 09 gives you this guy, "Dean", who picks up the phone. Some kind of banking representative, or something. I'm not sure. He always answers the phone with, "Hello Bank of America, this is Dean, how can I help you today?". Also, you can dial stuff in the 85xx range.


I've played with this number that got posted a while ago, I don't remember who or where. Something about NTE Networks. I couldn't find any info on them. This is just a follow-up. Whatevs, it's 800.555.0922.
You can enter a bunch of different 4-digit combinations to get a dialtone. I found that 1020, 2001, 2011 and 9999, and probably a million other give dialtone. Once you get the dialtone there are a few things you can do. Here are just a few.

9999+800.NTE.1994 ----> calls the number
9999+800.555.0922 ----> calls the number
9999+1020 SIT + "D9. Your call cannot be completed as dialed. Please call NTE customer service at 800.NTE.1994"
9999+555.1212 SIT + "C4. You have reached the NTE network. We could not complete your call as dialed.
If you require assistance, please call NTE customer service at 800.NTE.1994. Thank you."

Also, at the dialtone, if you enter "1111", you get forwarded to this Escage place. The recording goes like this:

"Thank you for calling (Escage?) Management central office. To speak with our operator, please press 0 now or remain on the line. To dial an extension...etc"





Those are some recent entries in my phone book scratchpad, I thought I'd post them here so someone could look at them, and maybe use them.

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Posted 15 December 2005 - 04:28 AM

Here are a few numbers for your listening pleasure.


907.296.8888 
"Hi, you've reached a number that has been disconnected or is no longer in service. If you feel you have reached this recording in error, please check the number or try your call again. Good luck." x2 + fast busy . It's all real casual-like when the guy is talking, and the audio quality isn't so great. It's cool.

907.320.8888   
"Welcome to Cellular One. The number you have called is no longer in service. If you feel you have reached this recording in error, please check the number and dial again. Message AK22." + hangup. Note that when you call this number, the recording could be like, half over by the time you hit it. It's like it's always looping in the background, and you're just patched into it. It reminds me of the older "bridges" that were made out of old test lines and error messages and such back in 'the day.'

907.295.8888
A sensaphone remote monitoring system. There are programming options for these babies, just so you know. You can find the docs online, maybe google for "1104 sensaphone" or something like that. They (Sensaphone) sent me a care package in the mail, so nice of them. :) Basically sensaphone systems are like, remote-alerting B&E or fire detection systems. If there's a fire or B&E, they are connected to an outgoing line, and they'll call up to four numbers (on smaller systems) and alert them that there's trouble. You can also program them remotely, like turn the machine on and off, and toggle the states of sensors and such. Try out *1 to *9 for programming options. Or check the docs. Whatever.

907.292.8888   
SIT "We're sorry. Your call cannot be completed as dialed. Please check the number and try your call again. Or call your operator for assistance. Thank you. This is a recording." 999 999 051. (999 999 051, where the hell is that?)

907.284.8888 
clickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEPclickBEEP + random odd sounds mixed in there.

907.286.8888

silence + ringCLICKring "We're sorry your call cannot be completed as dialed. Please check the number and dial again, or ask your operator for assistance. This is a recording." 907 + clickclick. This one is real rad, I think. You can hear it pick up partways as soon as you call in, there's a noticeable change on the line.Then there's a ring + click or a clickClick, and the message comes on. It's like it's thinking or something, or waiting for something. I don't really know. But it sounds rad.

907.278.8888    some kind of carrier

907.279.8888    some kind of carrier

800.555.3775
It's a PBX served by BTI that's got a problem. It's got a coded outdial, but the outdial will let you call the operator without entering a code. Also, when you call the operator this way, you don't have any ANI or billing info passed to the operator. So if you can SE her into placing a call for you, you're set. She won't do international, though. And it's not as easy as, "Can I get AT&T please?" Apparently it's a small-time deal, and they aren't connected up for equal access.

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yep this is already a project that is almost over for the PnG Phreak AK list,
all the sensaphone units in AK are on 8888 and another line. Theres some other systems that are going to be released as well.

Google sensaphone for the commands. We released those numbers in the PnG list back in october of last year but never made public public. Good job for finding them yourself as well. ;) :voteyes:

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Posted 15 December 2005 - 04:35 AM

well, you were talking about it so I thought I'd post some related stuff. I guess I should have known you already scanned it. :)

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Posted 16 December 2005 - 12:36 AM

This number has an awesome recording: 204-480-0000

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Posted 16 December 2005 - 12:36 AM

haha, I called up 1800wakeups thinking it was 1800freewak (for a free wakeup call) because I left my phone is lamer joes car and that was my alarm clock. The 1800wakeups is the one that you have to pay for but right after it ask for your cc number it goes and says for horney girls pls enter your cc number..? HAHA so ..like which one is it going to be girls or a wakeup call??? I think their IVR might be leaking into another context on their system. lol

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Posted 16 December 2005 - 03:42 AM

haha, I called up 1800wakeups thinking it was 1800freewak (for a free wakeup call) because I left my phone is lamer joes car and that was my alarm clock. The 1800wakeups is the one that you have to pay for but right after it ask for your cc number it goes and says for horney girls pls enter your cc number..? HAHA so ..like which one is it going to be girls or a wakeup call??? I think their IVR might be leaking into another context on their system. lol

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Personally, I'd like to have both, be waken up BY horney girls. ;)

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Posted 18 December 2005 - 10:58 AM

The toll-free ringback number (888-294-9681) is dead. Gives a reorder now. Actually it sounds more like normal busy signal than a reorder. Anyways, I've noticed this a few days ago.

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Posted 18 December 2005 - 11:03 AM

The toll-free ringback number (888-294-9681) is dead. Gives a reorder now. Actually it sounds more like normal busy signal than a reorder. Anyways, I've noticed this a few days ago.

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i'm sure that it was heavily abused.

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Posted 18 December 2005 - 11:06 AM

The toll-free ringback number (888-294-9681) is dead. Gives a reorder now. Actually it sounds more like normal busy signal than a reorder. Anyways, I've noticed this a few days ago.

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i'm sure that it was heavily abused.

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I don't really think so. Nobody seemed to know the number even though it was posted right here, plus there wasn't that much need for it cause the uses were limited.

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Posted 18 December 2005 - 10:27 PM

The toll-free ringback number (888-294-9681) is dead. Gives a reorder now. Actually it sounds more like normal busy signal than a reorder. Anyways, I've noticed this a few days ago.

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i'm sure that it was heavily abused.

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I don't really think so. Nobody seemed to know the number even though it was posted right here, plus there wasn't that much need for it cause the uses were limited.

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never underestimate the power of someone's boredom. :P also, it sounds like a busy signal to me. prehaps it's undergoing an upgrade. ;)

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Posted 19 December 2005 - 04:26 PM

541.334.0057
Oregon test announcement for the 'new' 541 area code.

541.713.4000
Old dialup for the OSU. Now reads, "The 713 4000 phone number is no longer in service."

541.713.4004
Old dialup for the OSU express modem pool. Now reads, "Your call cannot be completed as dialed. Please hang up and try your call again. If you feel you have reached this recording in error, please hang up and call Oregon State University at 713 0123 for assistance. This is a recording."

541.738.7659
The new dialup for the OSU.

800.403.6876
"The number you have dialed, is not correct. SVC 1."

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