A few numbers, nothing too interesting . At the end I have a list of faxes/carriers. I still can't tell which are which, but I know that a lot of people sure like carriers, so I posted them anyways.
800-752-4580 A recording that may have crosstalk. I'm not sure.
847-415-9701/9702 Silent line? Another thing - when I call this number, I get this really high, soft tone, about one second after dialing. Strangely, when I hit flash, and then flash again, the line is silent for about one second, and then the high tone plays again, so I think the tone is coming from my switch (a 5ESS). Could someone explain this to me?
847-415-9703/9740 - hello, you have reached the intertel voice processing system. All dtmf is an "invalid choice," apparently it is looking for a voice command. Strange.
847-996-8000/8019 - recordings asking for authorization codes.
847-996-2xxx A pretty cool crackling recording. "Sorry, the toll free number you have dialed is not in service" reorder
847-201-5998/5999 "You have no access to this service" *hangs up*
847-206-0000 strange. High sounding tone that responds to DTMF. The exchange is owned by American Messaging Inc. Pager? Star gives a reorder that is ridiculously similar to the reoder of Arch Wireless, another paging service. One can be heard at 847-333-3310
701-245-0001 "The number you have reached is NIS. This is a recording. (DTMF digit)" This recording is everywhere apparently. Mpower communications uses them in IL an CA, SRT communications uses them in North Dakota, and Chicksaw telecom in Oklahoma. Dunno why there is a DTMF digit at the end of this one, though.
701-242-0000 A CBCAD recording. Its pretty cool, though. You can really tell the different segments of the recording in this one.
847-400-1591 through 1599
847-415-5998 through 5999
847-996-1860 through 1999
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Edited by samo, 14 January 2008 - 09:28 PM.