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#61 av1d

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Posted 11 January 2004 - 06:59 AM

cool, glad you could use it!
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Posted 11 January 2004 - 05:01 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

Edited by av1d, 15 July 2004 - 12:19 AM.


#63 natas

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Posted 11 January 2004 - 05:48 PM

what kind of systems are those carriers? or what do u get for a prompt

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Posted 11 January 2004 - 08:40 PM

Usually the carriers that answer with a dialtone are a Netpath 100 - Frame Relay Service Unit.

Edited by vox, 11 January 2004 - 08:42 PM.


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Posted 13 January 2004 - 04:47 PM

OK here come next numbers

something like your milliwatt :

S-12 +48-22-631-00-99

5ESS +48-22-834-02-99

EWSD +48-22-812-08-99

EWSD +48-32-8888888

Pentaconta +48-22-679-00-99

EWCB +48-59-833-19-97

Interesting payphone on EWCD switch (non digital, no dtmf and CID), this line is VLF with SSB so sounds very nice

+48-59-833-19-76

You may also remember this interesting payphone number:

on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower +33-1-47-53-75-68

at the base of the Eiffel Tower

+33-1-47-53-73-68
+33-1-47-53-74-24
+33-1-47-53-73-86

And now something american, Dial-A-Buoy and ask sea-gull for weather

1. Call the National Data Buoy Center's Dial-A-Buoy service at +1-228-688-1948

2. If you know the station identifier, enter 1 and then enter the five-digit (or character) identifier, followed by the # sign, in response to the prompt.

3. The system will ask you to confirm that your entry was correct by pressing 1. After a few seconds, you will hear the latest buoy or C-MAN observation read via computer generated voice.

4. If you do not know the identifier, choose option 2 for the nearest stations to a latitude and longitude entry. Or, choose option 3 to receive a map by fax showing station locations, just enter your fax number.

Please be patient and wait for the system to finish prompting you; Dial-A-Buoy will not understand your entry if you are too fast.

GoMOOS Buoy and Location NOAA Station Identifier

A Mass. Bay/Stellwagen 44029
B W. Maine Shelf 44030
C Casco Bay 44031
E Central Maine Shelf 44032
F W. Penobscot Bay 44033
I E. Maine Shelf 44034
J Cobscook Bay 44035
K Saint John 44036
L Scotian Shelf 44038
M Jordan Basin 44037

Edited by Havoc, 13 January 2004 - 04:49 PM.


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Posted 13 January 2004 - 10:16 PM

Havoc, you always have the coolest numbers, man!

here's a few from the decoder archives:

1-800-424-0214 - US Dept. of Education broadcast news service
1-800-368-5642 - Nuclear Regulatory Commission operator
1-877-TELLFOX5 - Fox NY
1-866-286-4230 - (D 241) test successful
1-631-473-9902 - DATU
1-914-372-9988 - Milliwatt

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Posted 14 January 2004 - 07:59 AM

800-635-6301 - Rekey a STU phone

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Posted 14 January 2004 - 10:34 AM

what kind of systems are those carriers? or what do u get for a prompt


http://testing.ttlc.net/locations.php? Thier dialup lists

Edited by av1d, 15 July 2004 - 12:20 AM.


#69 lokey

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Posted 14 January 2004 - 11:17 AM

1 888 nuance8- a demo line for nuance voice authentication

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Posted 15 January 2004 - 02:27 PM

"You have reached an invalid pager number, MCLL327" - 714-794-1111

This was referred to on a Group Bell conference call (the famous 052 conference, part 2 recording). It used to be a weird "Your call did not go through" line.

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Posted 17 January 2004 - 04:30 PM

damn i want some l33t carriers! keep postin numbers people!!

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Posted 17 January 2004 - 05:21 PM

I have a list with tons of carriers. A lot of them are local, and many of them are toll free. Should I post some??

Edited by vox, 17 January 2004 - 05:21 PM.


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Posted 17 January 2004 - 05:23 PM

hell yea man post em! or PM them to me! unless its most of the ones that are on your site, otherwise just post a link to your site

Edited by natas, 17 January 2004 - 05:30 PM.


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Posted 17 January 2004 - 05:50 PM

OK, here's a list of my favorite carriers:

508-393-0749 - This is the kind that answers with a dialtone as I mentioned earlier.
508-393-7588 - Last time I checked, this thing was running UnixWare 7. [Diverts too!]
508-393-4367 - Wal-Mart!
508-753-3664 - Hehe, I like the warning banner...
508-799-8762 - Infopath Packet Switching Network
508-885-0047 - SOTAS Circuitsentry ??


800-221-0731 - Trying 172.23.50.200 ... Open
800-221-1558 - DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE COMPUTER SYSTEM.

800-221-9950 - This one belongs to American Express. It's very neat! When you call it, it answers with a recorded message and pretends to disconnect. If you wait a few seconds after it "disconnects", a modem carrier comes on! Sometimes TDD tones as well!

800-225-5124 - HP-UX psserv1 B.11.00 U 9000/800
800-228-5139 - DYNIX/ptx® V4.4.7
800-304-4226 - ISP?
800-322-6255 - San Francisco State University
800-326-3676 - EquiLink BBS {Last time I checked, it was closed.}
800-326-6613 - Petaluma Valley Hospital [HP-9000]
800-426-2638 - Looks like a Windows Dial-Up Networking server to me...
800-465-7735 - Your time is up and Your message has been recorded. bye
800-468-9438 - M E R I D I A N P R O D U C T S , I N C .
800-543-9470 - LEXIS-NEXIS day364014
800-555-9014 - Network Access SW V2.2 for DS700-08 (BL29-52)
800-555-9905 - Annex Command Line Interpreter
800-555-3425 - Telenet
800-716-0023 - Sprint?
800-767-9989 - GTE Contel DUAT System

Edited by vox, 17 January 2004 - 05:54 PM.


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Posted 17 January 2004 - 06:33 PM

Very cool :)

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Posted 17 January 2004 - 08:22 PM

       

                         ###################

 	 #919-493-99xx scan          #

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 	 by: Against Me!



we're sorry this number is disconnected = n/a



00 = n/a

01 = n/a

02 = n/a

03 = n/a

04 = n/a

05 = n/a

06 = n/a

07 = n/a

08 = n/a

09 = lady picks up

10 = we're sorry, the number you called has been changed (suprised me)

11 = n/a

12 = n/a

13 = some modem thing? I guess

14 = same as 10 (changed)

15 = n/a

16 =  we're sorry, when placing a local call, it is now necesary to dial an area code by a 7 digit number

17 = same as 13 (modem with short bursts) (Learned its a COCOT)

18 = n/a

19 = n/a

20 = n/a

21 = changed

22 = someones number (got voicemail)

23 = n/a

24 = ring ring ring

25 = modem/fax? (COCOT too?)

26 = some company?

27 = not in service

28 = ring ring ring

29 =  n/a

30 = n/a

31 = changed

32 = n/a

33 = some catering service

34 = n/a

35 = modem/fax

36 = n/a

37 = ring ring ring

38 = ring ring ring

39 = n/a

40 = ring ring ring

41 = ring ring ring

42 = ring ring ring (lot of people without answering machines)

43 = n/a

44 = same as 22 (for distinctive ring,thanks Strom)

45 = ring ring ring

46 = ring ring ring

47 = fax/modem/cocot

48 = ring ring ring

49 = n/a

50 = n/a

51 = ring ring ring

52 = n/a

53 = n/a

54 = n/a

55 = ring ring ring

56 = n/a

57 = n/a

58 = n/a

59 = n/a

60 = ring ring ring

61 = n/a

62 = n/a

63 = n/a

64 = n/a

65 = ring ring ring

66 = ring ring ring

67 = n/a

68 = duke school development office

69 = ring ring ring 

70 = ring ring ring

71 = has been changed

72 = has been changed

73 =  modem/fax

74 = lady picks up

75 = ring ring ring

76 = someone picks up

77 = same as 76

78 = ring ring ring

79 = n/a

80 = n/a

81 = chapel hill morgage company

82 = n/a

83 = someones voicemail

84 = ring ring ring

85 = some guy picks up

86 = n/a

87 = ring ring ring

88 = a guy picks up

89 = n/a

90 = ring ring ring

91 = n/a

92 = n/a

93 = ring ring ring

94 = n/a

95 = fax

96 = n/a

97 = n/a

98 = changed

99 = thank you for calling putt putt golf


Edited by Against Me!, 17 January 2004 - 08:26 PM.


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Posted 17 January 2004 - 11:44 PM

been meaning to post these numbers i got from the target control room that i used to work at.

763-557-9936
763-557-9396
both were labled ISDN!

#78 Bellbox

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Posted 18 January 2004 - 04:44 AM

954-262-5555

Was messing around with a PBX system, and hit this number. Doesn't even ring, you dial and instant silence.

EDIT

954-308-3307 Payphone at Ft. Lauderdale international in a real busy place. It's one of those AT&T phones with the keyboard and screen for TTY, accepts incomming calls.

Edited by Bellbox, 20 January 2004 - 07:22 PM.


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Posted 21 January 2004 - 12:59 AM

Motion Picture Association of America Telephone: 202-293-1966

Edited by av1d, 15 July 2004 - 12:21 AM.


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Posted 26 January 2004 - 04:51 PM

These are mostly milliwats, thanks to ozlo for pointing me to ALL of them. Also the 2 payphones at walmart, dont know if they ringout I never get anyone to pick up :( .

illiwatts-
All numbers will be 813-NXX-9981

998
996
995
992
991
990
989
988
987
964
961
960
957
956
952
782
783
780
779
788
973
949
948
909
715
876
929
907

PayPhones-
813-782-9696 WalMart
813-782-9697 WalMart

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