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#761 ThoughtPhreaker

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Posted 21 April 2007 - 05:33 PM

406-362-9996 - The recording is pretty cool, but whatever makes up the connection to this office certainly isn't. My guess is that they're using some poorly-implemented softswitch nastiness..

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Posted 22 April 2007 - 12:36 AM

202-226-9996 - This is a decent conference system, but I think it's worth mentioning that it's on the AT&T Merlin PBX also used by the House of Representatives. Don't be fooled when it asks you for an extension. If you just wait for a few, it'll drop you right onto a conference, presumably the first one that's started.

#763 mabufo

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Posted 22 April 2007 - 06:57 PM

Does anyone have any scans in the 708 area code?

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Posted 23 April 2007 - 11:54 PM

508-551-9998 TDD + voice
508-551-9997 TDD + voice
508-551-9999 DTMF burst
508-310-9999 You must dial 1 or 0 before dialing this number


For 508-551-9999 those tones read as 5088B555 if I'm not mistaken.

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 05:01 PM

Voice response weather observations (for pilots)
877-484-2799

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Posted 06 May 2007 - 10:08 AM

What software do you guys use to scan?

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Posted 06 May 2007 - 11:41 AM

What is this software you speak of? :)

631-246-9905 - (encoded in GSM) The service to this telephone has been temporarily disconnected. You may still reach emergency service by hanging up and then dialing 911. If you are not a Verizon customer, please hang up and contact your telephone carrier directly. If you are a Verizon customer, press 0, and you will be transfered to Verizon's speech-activated system to obtain more information.

The system that it transfers you is similar to the softswitch you get in DC on 202-954-1212, as I mentioned earlier, but the options vary slightly.

843-661-0053 - Let me just put it this way; I think phreaks are the only people who might be able to appreciate a number like this.

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Posted 06 May 2007 - 01:11 PM

631-246-9905 - (encoded in GSM) The service to this telephone has been temporarily disconnected. You may still reach emergency service by hanging up and then dialing 911. If you are not a Verizon customer, please hang up and contact your telephone carrier directly. If you are a Verizon customer, press 0, and you will be transfered to Verizon's speech-activated system to obtain more information.


Why do phone companies put recordings such as this in the exchange? I could understand if every one was there they could just forward to that number when they needed a particular recording, but it seems like there are just a few in most exchanges.

757-484-9999 "You must first dial a one or a zero...."

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Posted 06 May 2007 - 07:09 PM

Why do phone companies put recordings such as this in the exchange? I could understand if every one was there they could just forward to that number when they needed a particular recording, but it seems like there are just a few in most exchanges.

To make people ask why.

253-539-0012 says "You have reached the Qwest Linux DMS100." Switchmen like to have fun too!

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:46 AM

1-888-334-2527 all it will say is "test" then if you wait a while it drops the line and then comes back and it sounds like a dial tone but goes straight to intercept. I got this number when I redeemed a free Dialbug coupon "TRANSITBUG$5" which phones you to confirm the account from 1-888-334-2528.

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 01:22 PM

after i got unlimited minutes after 7pm ive been calling dial a story to pass the time here are some of the numbers

6509036771 mountain view C.A.
7077464339 benicia place C.A.
4154374880 san francisco C.A.
5105776067 san leandro C.A.
4087307333 sunnyvale C.A.
5105975054 oakland C.A.
4154996051 marin county C.A.

remember long distance charges may apply so use your cellphones when its free

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Posted 20 May 2007 - 02:31 AM

How not to maintain an AIS:

989-561-9987

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Posted 20 May 2007 - 02:21 PM

800-752-9995 - not quite sure what this is. It's a scratching/staticy/clicking sound.
800-370-9997 - same as above.
800-364-9996 - dial-a-mate

Edited by signull, 20 May 2007 - 02:40 PM.


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Posted 22 May 2007 - 12:35 AM

800-266-0007 - Verizon's Voice Messaging Service
800-266-0048 - weird tones
800-266-0049 - Says 858-458-1995 has been temporarily disconnected. It's been like this since at least March of 2005.
800-266-0057 - *weird chime, then busy signal* "sorry, this number is not available at this time. thank you, goodbye"
800-266-0085 - no answer, but a strange chugging noise can be heard faintly on the line.

800-325-8263 - beep beep
800-883-0016 - some store's "backdoor" menu
800-883-0032 - recording that says, "disconnect"
800-883-0080 - some recording in Chinese?
800-890-0170 - "please enter your driver log ID"
800-892-0130 - "hello, please enter your 6-digit passcode now"
800-892-0152 - "this mailbox does not exist" (well obviously it does!)

Edited by signull, 22 May 2007 - 12:37 AM.


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Posted 22 May 2007 - 01:24 AM

800-883-0080 - some recording in Chinese?


Yup, Chinese it is. It says hello, this is our time, blah blah. Its a message for after business hours it seems.

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Posted 01 June 2007 - 05:56 AM

504-523-8426 - Payphone located on Bourbon St. in New Orleans

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Posted 03 June 2007 - 11:28 PM

714-761-9864 Payphone at Knott's Berry Farm, at the line for funnel cakes next to Boomerang. It rings softly, but still very much audibly.

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 08:02 AM

got an exchange mixed up here at first. (;

Key Used in this Post:

[a] Automated Answering
[s] Service Announcement
[?] Unknown


Here's a number that features a voice over from the same guy who does the SIPPhone service announcements:

800-846-4700 [a] "Due to the high cost of inbound toll free calls from your location, we must call you back to allow you access your Teams Game. The phone number you are calling from is 1-NPA-xxx-xxxx, if this is correct, press 1, if this is incorrect or you would like to enter a different phone number press 2."

If you let it loop that message four times, afterward you'll get a recording of a woman asking for a conference PIN.
So, it could be used as an ANAC. It even reads back SIPPhone numbers (not directly routable from the PSTN).


Some interesting items from a recent scan of 800-848-81xx:

800-848-8103 [a] "Thank you for calling the Real Estate Information Line. Please enter the 4 digit ID number of the special report you are interested in."
800-848-8135 [a] "Please enter your prepaid card number"
800-848-8136 [a] "Please enter your prepaid card number"
800-848-8147 [a] "Thank you for calling Crazy Fart" (probably not, but that's what it sounds like?)
800-848-8149 [s] (A few notes of intro music, Busy Tone that fades out into "Sorry this number is not available at this time. Thank you. Goodbye")
800-848-8155 [?] (: Pleasant-sounding dual frequency tones. (440hz and 620hz) Low-High-Low-High-Low-High-Low-High)
800-848-8157 [a] (VMB, Very bad audio/interference. Sometimes without greeting. * gets "Enter PIN")
800-848-8166 [a] "Thank you for calling Credit First National Association. Please enter your 6 digit score number"
800-848-8186 [a] (VMB of a lady who works for Marina Telecom, sometimes she actually answers)
800-848-8193 [a] "Welcome to the Church-is-Life Benefits Enrolement System" (asks for Social Security #)
800-848-8199 [s] (Very strange service announcements)


About 8199's service announcements, most commonly you'll find that it takes the following format:

"Your call cannot be completed as dialed, please check the number and dial again."

Followed by one of the following codes (there may be more, but I haven't heard them yet):

21E
21L
23E
2AL
2BE
2BG
2BJ
2CF
2CX
2ED

Then the female recording will often repeat, sometimes it is skipped, followed by a guy:

"Due to unusually high call volumes, we are unable to process your call at this time. Please try your call again later, we apologise for any inconvience and thank you for calling."

And then it hangs up, some alternatives to that format are just a reorder, or more interestingly:

(reorder for a few seconds)
"We're sorry we cannot continue processing your call, please hang up"

Edited by Inode, 07 June 2007 - 12:58 PM.


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Posted 07 June 2007 - 09:14 AM

317-622-9901 - DMS 500 message, CLLI= IPLTINMADS1
317-622-9960 - milliwatt
317-622-9961 - VMS
317-622-9970 - really slow busy/"all circuits are busy now, please try your call later."
317-623-9900 - "for english, please press one." and then, when you press 1, "please enter your card number"
317-623-9902 - conference
317-623-9903 - "please enter your pin #"
317-623-9914 - "for english, please press one." and then, when you press 1, "please enter your card number"
317-623-9918 - "for english, please press one." and then, when you press 1, "please enter your card number"
317-623-9948 - "please enter authorization code"
317-623-9950 - "please enter authorization code"
317-623-9961 - "please enter authorization code"
317-623-9962 - "please enter authorization code"
317-623-9964 - "please enter your pin #"
317-623-9965 - "please enter your pin #"

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Posted 09 June 2007 - 06:52 AM

This may have been posted before but here it is:

212-968-9999

"Good morning, you reached the Bell Atlantic North Help Desk. Since Monday May 25th the Bell Atlantic North Help Desk has has been unable to access games. This includes solitaire and minesweeper...."

I thought it was comical. :blush:




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