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#121 Strom Carlson

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Posted 02 March 2004 - 03:40 PM

what the hell is 802-660-1642???

Sounds like the tone generator I used to use when I had to find lines with my inductive line tester. Maybe they use that instead of carrying around another box?

Typical PBX reorder, generally from systems descended from Western Electric (AT&T, Lucent, Avaya)

#122 Strom Carlson

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Posted 02 March 2004 - 03:42 PM

When I was local to this number I found it in a scan. when I would dial it as you dial a local number in your npa (no area code) it says "It is necessary to for you to dial the area code plus 7 digit phone number when dialing this call. Please hang up and try your call again." Well that was weird. So I then called it with the area code first. Then I get the "We're sorry, it is not necessary to dial a 1 or 0 when calling this number. Will you please hang up and try your call again."

umm... ooook

the number is 608.676.9990

Not really mind blowing but still... wtf?

Simple explanation: ten digit local dialing. When someone just dials seven digits, they get a recording instructing them to dial the area code. If they dial one plus the area code, then they get a recording telling them not to dial the 1.

Fairly obviously simple, actually

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Posted 02 March 2004 - 09:15 PM

(914)737-9938

Call it a few times if you get a ring to reorder. Its a little broken, but usually every 4th time calling, you get the recording.

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Posted 02 March 2004 - 09:17 PM

here are is a pdf of some test numbers
http://www.reeve.com...est_numbers.pdf
and here is a directory with a load of more docs.
http://www.reeve.com/Documents/
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oh and good find decoder! :)
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Edited by Cr45 Du57, 02 March 2004 - 09:25 PM.


#125 Strom Carlson

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Posted 02 March 2004 - 09:19 PM

(914)737-9938

Call it a few times if you get a ring to reorder. Its a little broken, but usually every 4th time calling, you get the recording.

haha, that's awesome.

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Posted 02 March 2004 - 09:31 PM

cant get enough of that recording decoder.

"not really that concerned" and "just hang up"


*priceless

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Posted 02 March 2004 - 09:44 PM

(914)737-9938

Call it a few times if you get a ring to reorder. Its a little broken, but usually every 4th time calling, you get the recording.

lol that is pretty funny

*edit*
on that test number page... "800-455-1474" ... prompt 1... emergency trace.. pretty cool... but you gotta be with security to issue a trace...

Edited by phrox, 02 March 2004 - 10:00 PM.


#128 Betty Cracker

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Posted 03 March 2004 - 01:31 AM

QUOTE (Betty Cracker @ Feb 29 2004, 08:03 PM)
When I was local to this number I found it in a scan. when I would dial it as you dial a local number in your npa (no area code) it says "It is necessary to for you to dial the area code plus 7 digit phone number when dialing this call. Please hang up and try your call again." Well that was weird. So I then called it with the area code first. Then I get the "We're sorry, it is not necessary to dial a 1 or 0 when calling this number. Will you please hang up and try your call again."

umm... ooook

the number is 608.676.9990

Not really mind blowing but still... wtf?

Simple explanation: ten digit local dialing. When someone just dials seven digits, they get a recording instructing them to dial the area code. If they dial one plus the area code, then they get a recording telling them not to dial the 1.

Fairly obviously simple, actually


Ok, I was thinking that may be the situation but when I dial it as a 10 digit number I still get the "It is necessary to for you to dial the area code plus 7 digit phone number when dialing this call. Please hang up and try your call again."

But whatever, its stupid. heh. I don't even know why I mentioned it

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Posted 03 March 2004 - 04:44 PM

1(845) 354-9912-Verizon lady on speed :lol:
^_^ ...this is a number decoder posted a while back in another topic, its so funny i couldn't let this one go..so here it is everyone , call it up and see what it is. :P

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Posted 03 March 2004 - 05:35 PM

this number is from the doc i posted yesterday. 881-63-111-0006, it is just a recoding but when i tried to call it from a at&t fone card it said I could not dial the restricted number from this card? ;)

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Posted 07 March 2004 - 05:33 AM

888-847-6288 Verizon National Market Center (aka VNMC / NMC)

It's not as boring as it sounds. Just give it a ringy dingy and check it out.
They may not allow you to access it by cell, I can't on my VZ cell phone.

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Posted 18 March 2004 - 01:44 PM

508-556-1111 New England Alibi party line. Press 7 to skip the disclaimer.
yet another shady Talkee line.

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Posted 22 March 2004 - 03:15 PM

(419) 354-9932

4 quick beeps, then just a humming sound, then a busy signal or reorder, then some more hum, then it disconnects. Nearest numbers are all disconnected.

This is on a GTD5 by the way.

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Posted 23 March 2004 - 01:39 AM

970-897-2499 WorldCom Wyoming

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Posted 24 March 2004 - 08:36 PM

The 732-965-99xx scan
By PhreakBlaze & Y0ungBra1n
Phreaking New Jersey, cause no one else will...

00- Ring Out
01- ID Number for Att Local office (The same recording is found at 732-504-9901, weird)
02- Ring Out
03- Ring Out
04- Ring Out
05- Ring Out
06- Ring Out
07- Ring Out
08- Ring Out
09- Answreing machine
10- Answering Machine
11- Answering machine
12- "Welcome to the message center, to enter your mail box press star..."
13- Not In Service
14- Not In Service
15- Not In Service
16- Not In Service
17- Not In Service
18- Not In Service
19- Silent Line
20- Not In Service
21- Not In Service
22- Not In Service
23- Not In Service
24- Not In Service
25- Not In Service
26- Ring Out
27- Not In Service
28- Not In Service
29- Not In Service
30- Not In Service
31- Not In Service
32- Not In Service
33- Not In Service
34- Not In Service
35- Not In Service
36- Not In Service
37- Not In Service
38- Not In Service
39- Carrier
40- Not In Service
41- Not In Service
42- Carrier
43- Ring Out
44- "Welcome to the message center, to enter your mail box press star..."
45- "Welcome to the message center, to enter your mail box press star..."
46- "Welcome to the message center, to enter your mail box press star..."
47- "Welcome to the message center, to enter your mail box press star..."
48- Ring Out
49- Ring Out
50- Ring Out
51- Silent Line
52- Ring Out
53- Carrier
54- Ringing into silent
55- "Were Sorry, the number you are trying to reach is being checked for trouble, please try your call again later."
56- Not In Service
57- Ring Out
58- Tone
59- "Were sorry, we can't process your custom calling request at this time, will you please try your call again later."
60- Tone then silence
61- Not In Service
62- Not In Service
63- Not In Service
64- Ring, DTMF- then silent
65- Ring, DTMF- then silent
66- Ring Out
67- Ring Out
68- Ring Out
69- Not In Service
70- Continuos Busy
71- Ring Out
72- Short tone then Silence
73- Ring Out
74- Ring Out
75- Beep then Silence
76- Ring Out
77- Not In Service
78- Not In Service
79- Not In Service
80- Not In Sevivce
81- Crazy Garbling (Worth A Look)
82- Miliwatt Tone
83- "This is your Remote Aceeses Service, please use a touch tone phone only..."
84- "This is your Remote Aceeses Service, please use a touch tone phone only..."
85- Ring Out
86- Ring Out
87- Ring Out
88- Ring Out
89- Ring Out
90- Ring Out
91- Ring Out
92- Ring Out
93- Ring Out
94- Ring Out
95- Ring Out
96- Ring Out
97- Carrier
98- Ring Out
99- Ring Out

One of my first scans, this weekend I will finish my 944 chunk now that I have the unlimeted weekends on my new cell!!!

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Posted 24 March 2004 - 08:43 PM

yay, got this done. Now onto the 944. Don't worry. I got it covered. :unsure:

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Posted 25 March 2004 - 10:47 PM

780 3767 Robot Chick
208 3767 British Chick

weird sounding errors...I was looking for a local voicemail...not to take just to refer people to :D .

ERROR!

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Posted 26 March 2004 - 12:23 AM

780 3767 Robot Chick
208 3767 British Chick

weird sounding errors...I was looking for a local voicemail...not to take just to refer people to :D .

ERROR!

The first one sounds like it _might_ be a COCOT, but the second one doesn't sound the least bit British. :)

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Posted 27 March 2004 - 06:24 AM

1-813-753-6545 Thats a fax number.When you need to trace a call with T-mobile
Your supposed to call local police and have them fax that number requesting the call logs.I'm sure they don't have every police stations' fax numbers on hand to verify where your faxing from.My girl needed to trace a number a while back and the coppers don't do shit.So my girl got the sergents badge number to file a complaint.So I'm thinking........I will give it a try this weekend and post my findings.Pm me for the extra info.

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Posted 28 March 2004 - 11:31 PM

can anyone help me identify this?
928-541-3700

beeps twice, then eventually reorders.

edit:
i guess it's some kind of weird VMB. try the next number up (3701) for mariachi music. :) :blink:

Edited by neuro, 28 March 2004 - 11:34 PM.





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