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#1 JmanA9

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Posted 22 June 2010 - 12:48 AM

I dialed all of the offices in the 212 area code, and made a compilation of their verification recordings. For anyone who doesn't know, Verizon New York has "verification recordings" on NXX-9901 and/or 9902 in most of their offices. Each recording I've heard is done by someone in the central office, which makes for many unique and fun recordings. I've always thought that these were pretty cool, and there isn't any other city that has verification recordings on almost every switch, to the best of my knowledge. This recording does a great job at showcasing the best and the worst of both recording quality and announcing skill. I included the dialing portion in case someone is interested in the number I was dialing. There's 25 verification recordings, plus some other random stuff I kept in there. I'll post more of the random things I found in the "some numbers" thread at a later time. A few offices didn't have recordings on 9901 or 9902 in any exchange. I have a list of those CLLI codes, if anybody would like them. I did all of the dialing, recording, and splicing very late at night over the course of 3 nights.



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Posted 22 June 2010 - 06:41 PM

I dialed all of the offices in the 212 area code, and made a compilation of their verification recordings. For anyone who doesn't know, Verizon New York has "verification recordings" on NXX-9901 and/or 9902 in most of their offices. Each recording I've heard is done by someone in the central office, which makes for many unique and fun recordings. I've always thought that these were pretty cool, and there isn't any other city that has verification recordings on almost every switch, to the best of my knowledge. This recording does a great job at showcasing the best and the worst of both recording quality and announcing skill. I included the dialing portion in case someone is interested in the number I was dialing. There's 25 verification recordings, plus some other random stuff I kept in there. I'll post more of the random things I found in the "some numbers" thread at a later time. A few offices didn't have recordings on 9901 or 9902 in any exchange. I have a list of those CLLI codes, if anybody would like them. I did all of the dialing, recording, and splicing very late at night over the course of 3 nights.



Enjoy :)



nice seems to go with my scanning that i did a while ago... i did not record mine...
but i scanned
212-NXX-9901, 718-NXX-9901, 516-NXX-9901, 631-NXX-9901, 914-NXX-9901, 845-NXX-9901
not sure if i ever finished 845 or 914... got the results written down somewhere...

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Posted 23 June 2010 - 07:37 PM

Nice :) . I'm on 28k dial-up over a six mile loop right now so it'll take a while to listen, but did you get the recording on 212-955? That switch (choke exchange code?) likes to play hard to get on some carriers.

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Posted 24 June 2010 - 05:40 PM

Nice :) . I'm on 28k dial-up over a six mile loop right now so it'll take a while to listen, but did you get the recording on 212-955? That switch (choke exchange code?) likes to play hard to get on some carriers.

No, I didn't. Sprint, AT&T, and MCI all go to 132A1. My left ear hurts now :( Know a carrier that would get me through?

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Posted 24 June 2010 - 08:43 PM


Nice :) . I'm on 28k dial-up over a six mile loop right now so it'll take a while to listen, but did you get the recording on 212-955? That switch (choke exchange code?) likes to play hard to get on some carriers.

No, I didn't. Sprint, AT&T, and MCI all go to 132A1. My left ear hurts now :( Know a carrier that would get me through?

boost mobile = "the number or code you have dialed..."
google voice = rings out
optimum voice = "you have reached 18th st DSO handling the 645 626 exchanges"

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Posted 27 June 2010 - 07:31 AM

huh, I could've sworn it was easier to get than this. I think you might have to genuinely look like a local caller to get it. So far the only thing out of the ordinary was Excel, who sent me to Verizon's AIS and then proceeded to supe >.< . I might've misdialed, but I'm not too keen on finding out.

Let's just hope they don't do casual access billing for two second long calls.



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Posted 28 June 2010 - 04:31 PM

done with a net 10 phone - net 10 phones show your air time balance on the screen, calls marked unsup are assumed unsupervised as no minutes were deducted on connection.
200-300 on 5/18/09
301-472 on 5/22/09
473-681 on 5/29/09
682-999 on 6/4/09

ACB-all circuits busy
NIS-not in service
CBC-your call can't be completed as dialed
DISCO-disconnected
VM- voice mail or answering machine
ring out = 7+ rings, then i moved on to the next number
*-stuff i found interesting and thought needed further exploring that i have yet to do
halfway thru i felt the need to mention if a male or female answered calls where someone picked up the phone

212-Nxx-9901 scan:
200 ACB
201-disco or nis
202-carrier or fax*
203-person answered
204-nis
205-nis
206-18th street verification line
207-nis
208-dead air no ring*
209-811 10th ave att local ds1
210-nis
211-cbc
212-cbc
213-e30th st verification line
214-w18th st verification line
215-nie
216-carrier/fax*
217-carrier/fax*
218-nis
219-strange tones*
220-vm
221-w42 verification line
222-call does not go thru w net 10
223-dead air no ring*
224-nis
225-nis
226-50 varick verification line
227-nis
228-ringout
229-vm
230-1 ring then dead air*
231-nis
232-fast busy
233-1 ring then dead air*
234-ringout
235-nis
236-vm
237-acb
238-nis
239-"bell atlantic" w36 verification line
240-westree ds6 "future home of westree ds1 & westree ds2
241-ringout
242-nis
243-18th st verification line
244-"bell atlantic" w36 verification line
245-ringout
246-w50 verification line
247-w 50 verification line
248-fast busy
249-e79 verification line
250-strange ring then vm
251-"hang up now"*
252-ringout
253-nis
254-nis
255-strange recording "thank you for calling... due to y2k testing...."
256-nis
257-nis
258-nis
259-nis
260-nis
261-nis
262-w50 verification line
263-"sub not avail or traveled outside coverage area"
264-strange recording "the # has been changed.. NY housing & development...212-386 + last 4 digits"
265-nis
266-"212-266-9901 is nis, no further info is avail"
267-1 ring then dead air*
268-nis
269-disco or nis
270-non working # @ jp morgan
271-nis
272-unused # @ bear sterns"
273-w36 verification line
274-# nis no further info avail
275-"ext. 00000 please wait..."
276-"extention..."
277- some reason this # is missing in my scan.....
278-nis
279-bell atlantic w36 verification line
280-manhattan ave verification line
281-nis
282-person answered
283-convent ave verification line
284-disco or nis
285-"# nis no further info avail"
286-e 37 verification line
287-nis
288-vm
289-97th st cut over verification line
290-bell atlantic w36 verification line
291-dead air
292-vm/pbx "you have reached..."
293-nis
294-nis
295-nis
296-non working # @ cornerstone
297-e37 verification line
298-carrier/fax*
299-nis
300-"fax for... please state what your fax is about..stay on line to xfer to fax"*
301-nis
302-w42 st verification line
303-ring then dead air*
304-fair street verification line
305-w42 ver line
306-"were sorry but due to tel co facility troubles your call cbc at this time"*
307-w50 ver line
308-e56 st ver line
309-e 37 st ver line
310-"i'm sorry" (minutes deducted from airtime)*
311-fast busy
312-non working # nys insurance fund
313-person answered
314-carrier/fax*
315-w50 ver line
316-manhattan ave ver line
317-e56 ver line
318-nis
319-ring then dead air (unsupe? no airtime deducted)*
320-not avail or traveled outside coverage area
321-nis
322-carrier/fax
323-nis
234-bethpage
325-nis
326-ring then dead air (unsupe?)*
327-e79 ver line
328-nis
329-vm
330-w36 ver line
331-nis
332-pbx j smith assc.
333-w50 ver line
334-50 varick ver line
335-vm
336-nis
337-vm
338-vm
339-person answered
340-vm
341-ring out
342-wadwook(?) ver line
343-50 varick ver line
344- broad st ver line
345-can not connect w net 10
346-nyc dept health + mental hygiene dog license program (unsupe? no airtime deducted)
347-acb now
348-nis
349-nis
350-ring out
351-e37 ver line
352-nis
353-not accepting private calls
354-w42 ver line
355-e 56 ver line
356-w 36 ver line
357-vm
358-nis
359-vm
360-97 st ver line
361-fast busy
362-w 73 ver line
363-ringout
364-cbc
365-w18 ver line
366-18th st ver line
367-nis
368-convent ave ver line
369-e97 ver line
370-e37 ver line
371-some cafe pbx
372-att local services dms 33 thomas ave
373-nis
374-west st ver line
375-nis w/# read back
376-nis
377-nis
378-nis
379-disco or nis
380-disco or nis
381-vm
382-42 ver line
383-"the line you are using can only dial within your organization..."
384-nis
385-"r.e.2 channel 15"
386-# changed ny housing 212-386 + last 4 of # you dialed...
387-beeps... fax? carrier? *
388-nis
389-vm
390-nis
391-42st ver line
392-nis
393-# changed ny housing 212-386- + last 4...
394-nis
395-w42 ver line
396-e79 ver line
397-w50 ver line
398-nis
399-w50 ver line
400-all state
401-vm
402-disco or nis
403-cant be called from net 10
404-non working # @ jp morgan... 212-761-4000
405-disco or nis
406-nis
407-e 56 ds0 ver line
408-w50 ver line
409-e56 dso ver line
410-97th st ver line
411-cbc
412-w18 street ver line
413-att L&S broad street
414-18th st ver line
415-dead air*
416-nis w # read back
417-ring out
418-fast busy
419-nis
420-13th st
421-dead air*
422-disco or nis
423-e97 ver line
424-w50 ver line
425-broad st ver line
426-nis
427-e97
428-w18
429-w18
430-acb
431-50 varick
432-nis
433-"r.e.2 channel 15"
434-e79 ver line
435-cbc
436-nis w # read back
437-nis
438-att l&s broad st
439-e79 ver line
440-person answered (business)
441-nis w # read back
442-west st ver line
443-nyu vm
444-vm/pbx?
445-nis
446-ring then dead air (unsupe? no airtime deducted)
447-e30 ver line
448-nis
449-vm
450-e37 ver line
451-nis
452-e 79 ver line
453-teleport midtown manhattan e45
454-nis
455-e 37 ver line
456-w73
457-pbx
458- acb
459-nis
460-fast busy
461-att local 811 10 ave manhattan
462-nis
463-nis
464-vm/pbx
465-w36 ver line
466-nis w # read back
467-non working # @ time inc
468-nis
469-unassigned # @ deuch bank
470-acb
471-acb
472-e79 ver line
473-nis
474-nis
475-13th st ver line
476-e37 ver line
477-13th st ver line
478-att local 33 thomas st
479-broadway ver line
480-carrier/fax (unsupe? no minutes deducted)
481-e30 st ver line
482-carrier/fax (unsupe? no airtime deducted)
483-acb
484-cisco user vm system
485-bethpage ver line
486-e56 ver line
487-broad st ver line
488-nis
489-w50 ver line
490-e37 ver line
491-convent ave ver line
492-acb
493-w18 ver line
494-nis
495-carrier/fax (unsupe? no airtime deducted)
496-w73 ver line
497-24 hr mobile emergency line
498-w18 st ver line
499-38 st ver line
500-nis

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Posted 28 June 2010 - 04:35 PM

500-nis
501-w73 ver line
502-w36 ver line
503-e37 ver line
504-w18
505-13th st
506-acb
507-fax? tone then quiet
508-e56
509-nis
510-nis
511-cbc
512-nis
513-west st ver line
514-broad st
515-nis or changed to a different npa
516-nis
517-nis
518-nis or changed npa
519-nis
520-nis
521-acb
522-person answered
523-acb
524-nis
525-nis
526-non working # @ barkleys capital
527-ring out
528-1-800-locksmith
529-person answered
530-broad st ver line
531-manhattan ave
532-e 30 st ver line
533-fast busy
534-97th st ver line
535-e79 ver line
536-42 st ver line
537-cbc
538-non working # @ ???
539-nis
540-w18 ver line
541-w50 st ver line
542-nis
543-18th st ver line
544-fair st? ver line
545-e30 st ver line
546-non working # @ bristol meyers squibs
547-nis
548-nis
549-nis
550-w18th st ver line
551-e 37 ver line
552-non working # @ jp morgan
553-nis
554-w50 - got 2 different ver recordings
555-cbc
556-cant call w net 10
557-ring out
558-vm
559-non working # @ citibank
560-w36 ver line
561-e30 ver line
562-call did not go thru.. try your call again...
563-w36 ver line
564-w36 ver line
565-w42 ver line
566-west st
567-fair st ver line
568-vm
569-fair st ver line
570-nis
571-r.e.2 channel 15
572-carrier/fax
573-ring out
574-nis
575-w42 ver line
576-vm
577-# changed ny housing.. 212-386 + last 4
578-e 30 ver line
579-ring out
580-w73 ver line
581-acb
582-avb
583-nis
584-call disco right away (pre-trip?)
585-nis
586-nis
587-nis
588-nis
589-carrier/fax
590-"the # you have called is being checked for trouble"
591-nis
592-"this # has been temp deactivated"
593-nis
594-w36 ver line
595-w73 ver line
596-w42 ver line
597-non working # @ juno online services
598-nis
599-e37 ver line
600-non working # (supervised? airtime deducted)
601-aaron group pbx
602-nis
603-w50 ver line
604-18th st ver line
605-e56 ver line
606-e 79 ver line
607-cant call w net 10
608-west st ver line
609-e79 st ver line
610-nis
611-cbc
612-nis
613-w36 ver line
614-13th st ver line
615-non working # @ citigroup
616-disco or nis
617-ring out
618-disco or nis
619-changed ny housing.. 212-386 + last 4
620-18th st ver line
621-nis
622-e37th st ver line
623-non working @ jp morgan
624-cbc from net10
625-nis
626-w42 ver line
627-"due to area code change... 1+new 631 area code"
628-e79 ver line
629-w 36 ver line
630-w36 ver line
631-nis
632-w50 ver line
633-nis
634-nis different message
635-nis
636-acb
637-changed ny housing 212-386- + last 4
638-broad st ver line
639-e79 ver line
640-vm not set up yet
641-ring out - charged airtime, possible false ring from pbx?
642-42 st ver line
643-w36 st ver line
644-e 56 ver line
645-ring out
646-nis
647-18 st ver line
648-nis
649-nis
650-e79
651-nis
652-nis
653-nis
654-nis
655-nis
656-att local 811 10 ave
657-non working citibank 800-285-3000
658-carrier/fax
659-vm/pbx?
660-fast busy
661-e37 ver line
662-manhattan ave ver line
663-manhattan ave ver line
664-w50 ver line
665-nis
666-acb
667-nis
668-broad st ver line
669-nis
670-meryl lynch vm system*
671-nis or changed npa
672-nis
673-nis
674-13th st ver line
675-18th st ver line
676-west st ver line
677-fast busy
678-manhattan ave ver line
679-e30 ver line
680-nis
681-e 37 ver line
682-e 37 ver line
683-nis
684-e30 ver line
685-e30 ver line
686-e30 ver line
687-e37 ver line
688-dmtf tones then silent (charged airtime)
689-e30 ver line
690-convent ave ver line
691-acb
692-e37 ver line
693-nis
694-convent ver line
695-w36 ver line
696-e 30 ver line
697-e 37 ver line
698-w 50 ver line
699-att l&s broad st
700-fast busy
701-nis
702-e56 ver line
703-42 st ver line
704-person answered "tow repair?"
705-nis
706-sub is nis
707-person answered
708-w50 ver line
709-broad st ver line
710-busy
711-cbc
712-person answered
713-person answered
714-w36 ver line
715-nis
716-e37 ver line
717-person answered
718-fast busy
719-42 st ver line
720-nis
721-w 73 ver line
722-97 st ver line
723-smart savings pbx
724-w73 ver line
725-e30 ver line
726-e30 ver line
727-ring out
728-carrier/fax
729-sub you reached not able to receive calls @ this time (airtime deducted)
730-w42 ver line
731-teleport midtown e45 ver line
732-nis
733-vm
734-e79 ver line
735-ring out
736-w36 ver line
737-e 79 ver line
738-disco or nis
739-carrier/fax
740-private callers blocked
741-vm
742-broad st ver line
743-vm
744-e 79 ver line
745-nis
746-e79 ver line
747-broad st ver line
748-west st ver line
749-manhattan ave ver line
750-ring 1x then silent (no airtime deducted)
751-nis
752-ring 1x then silent (no airtime deducted)
753-ring out
754-vm/pbx
755-ring 1x then silent (no airtime deducted)
756-carrier/fax
757-"we're sorry... did not select a l.d. carrier...NY TELEPHONE"
758-nis
759-e56 ver line
760-w36 ver line
761-non working @ morgan stanley
762-42 st ver line
763-sub NIS
764-w42 ver line
765-w50 ver line
766-R.E.2 channel 15
767-w 50 ver line
768-nis
769-nis
770-non working # @ aig
771-e79 ver line
772-e79 ver line
773-vm/pbx? andrew alexis
774-e79 ver line
775-nis
776-nis
777-nis
778-sub nis
779-e 30 ver line
780-nis
781-nis
782-nis
783-nis
784-nis
785-broad st ver line
786-nis
787-w73 ver line
788-west st ver line
789-nis
790-carrier/fax
791-"RE2 channel 15"
792-person answered
793-cbc w net 10
794-e79 ver line
795-westward? ver line
796-att local 811 10 ave ver line
797-broad st ver line
798-nis or changed npa
799-w73 ver line
800-cbc
801-att local 33 thomas st ver line
802-"this # has been temp deactivated"
803-att local 811 10 ave ver line
804-w18 ver line
805-att local 33 thomas st
806-nis
807-nis
808-e37 ver line
809-nis
810-sub nis
811-nis
812-carrier/fax
813-nis
814-nis
815-west st ver line
816-vm
817-nis or changed npa
818-e 37 ver line
819-42st ver line
820-nis
821-nis
822-teleport e45 ver line
823-teleport e45 ver line
824-"you have reached a # that cb reached from your calling area"
825-broad st ver line
826-person answered
827-cbc from net 10
828-person answered
829-ver line - could not hear vol too low & breaks up
830-w50 ver line
831-e97 ver line
832-nis
833-nis
834-non working @ jp morgan/chase
835-vm
836-ver line same as 829
837-nis
838-ring 1x then silent (no minutes deducted)
839-nis
840-42 st ver line
841-w50 st ver line
842-5 rings then silent (airtime deducted)
843-carrier/fax
844-person answered
845-teleport e45 ver line
846-nis
847-nis
848-ver line same as 836, 829
849-disco or nis
850-e37 ver line
851-non working @ cornell university (no airtime deducted)
852-w42 ver line
853-manhattan ave ver line
854-manhattan ave ver line
855-nis
856-e 37 ver line
857-nis or changed npa
858-sub nis
859-nis
860-97 st ver line
861-e79 ver line
862-convent ave ver line
863-teleport e45 ver line
864-manhattan ave ver line
865-manhattan ave ver line
866-manhattan ave ver line
867-e 37 ver line
868-w36 ver line
869-42 ver line
870-manhattan ave ver line
871-cbc
872-carrier/fax
873-w73 ver line
874-w73 ver line
875-w73 ver line
876-w97 ver line
877-w73 ver line
878-e37 ver line
879-e79 ver line
880-e37 ver line
881-carrier/fax
882-acb
883-e38 ver line
884-sub nis
885-e37 ver line
886-dead air (no airtime deducted)
887-nis
888-1 ring then dead (no airtime deducted)
889-e30 ver line
890-nis
891-sub nis
892-non working @ credit sweep 212-325-3000
893-dead air then busy
894-teleport broad st ver line
895-teleport e45 st ver line
896-teleport e45 ver line
897-dead air then busy
898-nis
899-cbc w net 10
900-fast busy
901-pbx/vm?
902-broad st ver line
903-w50 ver line
904-? (no airtime deducted)
905-long ring then pbx?
906-nis
907-e37 ver line
908-nis
909-nis
910-cbc
911-DID NOT CALL...
912-nis
913-att l&s broad st
914-cbc
915-vm
916-e37 ver line
917-fast busy
918-pbx capital funding
919-unassigned @ guardian life
920-nis or changed npa
921-e37 ver line
922-e37 ver line
923-vardwork? ver line
924-18th st ver line
925-50 varick ver line
926-convent ave ver line
927-vardwork? ver line
928-nis
929-18th st ver line
930-42 st ver line
931-"enter your authorization code now"****
932-manhattan ave ver line
933-nis check # & try again (minutes deducted)
934-ring 1x then tones (beeps)*
935-ver line same as 836 829
936-nis
937-"we're sorry due to tech. diff. your call cbc.."
938-nis
939-convent ver line
940-fast busy
941-50 varick ver line
942-fair st ver line
943-disco or nis
944-ring out
945-nis
946-cbc w net 10
947-ring out
948-carrier/fax
949-e37 st ver line
950-cbc
951-e30 ver line
952-broad st ver line
953-e37 ver line
954-nis
955-nis
956-w50 ver line
957-acb
958-cbc (958 is ANI in NYC)
959-cbc
960-"due to area code change..1+718 before the #"
961-ring out
962-ny housing 212-386 + last 4
963-carrier/fax
964-RE2 channel 15
965-nis
966-50 varick
967-w36 ver line
968-disco or nis
969-nis
970-w18 ver line
971-"bell atlantic" w46 ver line
972-38th st ver line
973-e 37 ver line
974-e 79 ver line
975-w50 ver line
976-"the service you are attempting to use has been restricted"
977-w50 ver line
978-nis different voice
979-13th st ver line'
980-ring 1x then dead air (no minutes deducted)
981-carrier/fax
982-fast busy
983-e 37 ver line
984-38 st ver line
985-w42 ver line
986-e 37 ver line
987-nis
988-e79 ver line
989-acb
990-acb
991-ring out
992-non working @ nyu
993-nis
994-vm
995-13 st ver line
996-97 st ver line
997-42 st ver line
998-e 79 ver line
999- ring out

if there is interest i can add the other 9901 scans done in the 718 and 516 NPA's... eventually i also want to get 631, 914 and 845 unless someone else already has those done...

edit- my original goal was the entire state, but that seems like a daunting task...
i will only post the other ones if there is an interest (i need to type them all out, as they are handwritten)
another thing i would line to do is visit and photograph all COs in nyc, just not too sure if it is a safe thing to do with homeland security and all..

Edited by nyphonejacks, 28 June 2010 - 11:05 PM.


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Posted 28 June 2010 - 07:40 PM

Good stuff. I have a question and a comment.

When a given CO serves multiple exchanges, is there a way to know which of those exchanges the announcement (and presumably other nearby test numbers) will be in, short of dialing them all? I don't believe there is, but just thought I would check.

I hear *67 being dialed at the beginning of each call. If the purpose of this is to block caller id, I question the usefulness of this. I believe that dialing *67 just sets a flag saying not to display your caller id, but it still gets passed and recorded AFAIK. Of course, one can always use a VOIP or other service that does not pass caller ID (or better yet, lets you set whatever caller id you wish).

Incidentally, I did try 9901 and 9902 for the exchanges in my CO (I am also served by Verizon NY, but in the 716 NPA). For one of the exchanges 9901, I get "Welcome to Verizon!" and instructions to press different touch tones depending whether I want repair, busy verification, etc. I doubt that this is a "main" public number, given that my CO is a WECO 5ESS Remote located a ways from the main office.

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Posted 28 June 2010 - 09:41 PM

Good stuff. I have a question and a comment.

When a given CO serves multiple exchanges, is there a way to know which of those exchanges the announcement (and presumably other nearby test numbers) will be in, short of dialing them all? I don't believe there is, but just thought I would check.

I hear *67 being dialed at the beginning of each call. If the purpose of this is to block caller id, I question the usefulness of this. I believe that dialing *67 just sets a flag saying not to display your caller id, but it still gets passed and recorded AFAIK. Of course, one can always use a VOIP or other service that does not pass caller ID (or better yet, lets you set whatever caller id you wish).

Incidentally, I did try 9901 and 9902 for the exchanges in my CO (I am also served by Verizon NY, but in the 716 NPA). For one of the exchanges 9901, I get "Welcome to Verizon!" and instructions to press different touch tones depending whether I want repair, busy verification, etc. I doubt that this is a "main" public number, given that my CO is a WECO 5ESS Remote located a ways from the main office.

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most - not all, but most verification lines say something along the lines of "welcome to the xxx ds0 serving exchanges nxx, nxx, nxx etc - some serve various area codes, such as the bethpage one serves exchanges in 212, 347, 631, 516, 646 and 914 the recordings are not normally updated very frequently, as you will see when i did the scan last year w36th street still says bell atlantic, so there may be additional exchanges that a CO serves that is not mentioned on the verification line. i have come across a small few that just say what CO you have reached and not listed the exchanges served, as well as a few exchanges that the exchange list was so long the person spoke really quickly, and still was cut off - i guess there is a limited amount of times that the recording can last... they almost all play the recording twice and then disconnect the call...

i also do not think that *67 is worth too much when calling anything owned by the telephone company - they already have your call records, and i am sure the ability to see ANI of all calls coming in, which is why i just used a net10 phone, only reason i did my scan with CID blocked is for the rare instances where i reached a person or voice mail, i did not want a million call backs saying "someone just called me"

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 11:19 AM

Good stuff. I have a question and a comment.

When a given CO serves multiple exchanges, is there a way to know which of those exchanges the announcement (and presumably other nearby test numbers) will be in, short of dialing them all? I don't believe there is, but just thought I would check.

I hear *67 being dialed at the beginning of each call. If the purpose of this is to block caller id, I question the usefulness of this. I believe that dialing *67 just sets a flag saying not to display your caller id, but it still gets passed and recorded AFAIK. Of course, one can always use a VOIP or other service that does not pass caller ID (or better yet, lets you set whatever caller id you wish).

Incidentally, I did try 9901 and 9902 for the exchanges in my CO (I am also served by Verizon NY, but in the 716 NPA). For one of the exchanges 9901, I get "Welcome to Verizon!" and instructions to press different touch tones depending whether I want repair, busy verification, etc. I doubt that this is a "main" public number, given that my CO is a WECO 5ESS Remote located a ways from the main office.

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Some 9901 numbers are assigned to customers or businesses. Since I was doing this late at night, I dialed *67 because I didn't want an angry person calling me back and waking up the people at my house who were asleep.

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 06:02 PM

Some 9901 numbers are assigned to customers or businesses. Since I was doing this late at night, I dialed *67 because I didn't want an angry person calling me back and waking up the people at my house who were asleep.

same reason why i called with CID blocked... to prevent call backs - but i did my scan during the day time hours..

one of the VoIP companies that i do contract work with from time to time has 212-nxx-9911 as there main office line, which i thought was kind of neat, not sure that they know the significance to the 99xx thousands block

did you get the same when calling 931 or 251? those ones seem to stick out over all the other numbers...

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Posted 07 July 2010 - 04:43 PM

I hear *67 being dialed at the beginning of each call. If the purpose of this is to block caller id, I question the usefulness of this. I believe that dialing *67 just sets a flag saying not to display your caller id, but it still gets passed and recorded AFAIK.


You'd be right. A privacy bit just tells the switch to not present the number to the caller; regardless, your number, and the day and time of your call is recorded along with the privacy bit. Maybe other fields too. Anyway, without a bit, CPN is displayed on a proper caller-id box along with a CNAM dip done by the terminating switch.

Unless you're doing something really naughty, though, do you really need to make a ghost call or forge/erase ANI? Most people with a T1 or other privacy bit unmasker thingies aren't going to be in the same crowd as the "I just got a call from this number" retards.


EDIT: Not to say this sorta thing isn't fun. 402-574-1889, 202-986-9992 and anything else that encourages someone to wait for something that won't answer are my favorites.

eventually i also want to get 631, 914 and 845 unless someone else already has those done...

We should make this a forum project. Anybody feel like dividing up between exchanges?

Edited by ThoughtPhreaker, 07 July 2010 - 04:53 PM.


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Posted 07 July 2010 - 11:30 PM

202-986-9992 is a reorder. I plan on doing the rest myself if nothing surfaces. However, let's split this up. We just need a list of CLLI codes, since some cross area codes. I can work on this tomorrow. I *think* these are all of the CO's I covered in my recording. These are not all of the ones I tried getting a recording from, but just the ones I found something in:

NYCMNY13DS0
NYCMNY18DS1
NYCMNY18DS2
NYCMNY30DS0
NYCMNY30DS1
NYCMNY36DS0
NYCMNY37DS1
NYCMNY42DS0
NYCMNY50DS0
NYCMNY56DS0
NYCMNY56DS1
NYCMNY73DS0
NYCMNY79DS0
NYCMNY97DS0
NYCMNYBSDS1
NYCMNYBSDS3
NYCMNYCADS0
NYCMNYTHDS0
NYCMNYVSDS0
NYCMNYWADS0
NYCMNYWSDS2
NYCMNYWSDS3
NYCMNYWSDS6

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Posted 08 July 2010 - 12:32 AM

I hear *67 being dialed at the beginning of each call. If the purpose of this is to block caller id, I question the usefulness of this. I believe that dialing *67 just sets a flag saying not to display your caller id, but it still gets passed and recorded AFAIK.


You'd be right. A privacy bit just tells the switch to not present the number to the caller; regardless, your number, and the day and time of your call is recorded along with the privacy bit. Maybe other fields too. Anyway, without a bit, CPN is displayed on a proper caller-id box along with a CNAM dip done by the terminating switch.

Unless you're doing something really naughty, though, do you really need to make a ghost call or forge/erase ANI? Most people with a T1 or other privacy bit unmasker thingies aren't going to be in the same crowd as the "I just got a call from this number" retards.


EDIT: Not to say this sorta thing isn't fun. 402-574-1889, 202-986-9992 and anything else that encourages someone to wait for something that won't answer are my favorites.

eventually i also want to get 631, 914 and 845 unless someone else already has those done...

We should make this a forum project. Anybody feel like dividing up between exchanges?

guess this gives me something to do @ work on sunday and get back to my original project... i should bring some recording equiptment with me this time though...

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 02:31 PM

I'm not sure what the format is for this, so here's the first 400 of 845-NXX-9901

200 - "NYH01 - The mobile number you have called is no longer in service."
201 - "You've reached a text-free text number..."
202 - CBCAD message via SS7?
204 - ACB message via SS7?
205 - "Sorry, but your call cannot be completed"
206 - NIS via SS7
207 - Ringout. 5E?
208 - NIS
209 - NIS via SS7
210 - VZ NIS
213 - VZW NIS
214 - Fax
215 - "Welcome to CSI Corporate Secururity Installations..."
216 - VZW Subscriber
217 - CBCAD via 4E? SS7 cause code of sorts
218 - CBCAD via 4E? SS7 cause code of sorts
220 - 5E recording of stock DRAM John Doyle NIS
221 - Subscriber
222 - VMB, Fed-Ex Ground employee
223 - Subscriber
224 - Sprint NIS
225 - Subscriber
226 - Subscriber
227 - Same as 220
228 - "You have reached the verification number for the Brewster 5E, which handles the split area codes 914 and 845 for

Brewster, Perdeus(?), Carmel, Neapeck(?), and Putnam Valley
229 - VZ NIS
230 - Business w/PBX
231 - "Thank you for calling. To leave a message, please press one. To leave a fax, press two, or begin faxing at any time."
233 - 914-9L NIS (AT&T 5E-LD switch)
234 - Hangs up immediately
235 - Subscriber
236 - NIS via SS7
238 - VZW announcement, called party not available at this time
239 - VZW subscriber
240 - Sprint Wireless NIS
242 - Wireless Subscriber
246 - Ringout
247 - VZ NIS
248 - T-Mobile NIS, ends call with SS7 cause code for NIS
249 - AT&T customer w/full VMB
252 - Subscriber
254 - Ringout
255 - Busy signal via SS7
256 - "You have reached the Lake Katrine, New York central office. 336, 382, 383, 385."
257 - Long pause + sends call timeout message via SS7
258 - NIS via SS7
259 - FaX
264 - AT&T Wireless announcement, called party currently not accepting calls
265 - "<Nortel key system phone in background> This is a verification for the 265 office code, being served out of the Cold

Spring 5ESS office."
266 - "You have reached Poughkeepsie 5ESS machine"
267 - Reorder
268 - "Welcome to the Congers DMS-100 central office using codes 268,267,261, and 979."
269 - AT&T Wireless Subscriber w/VMB, no greeting
270 - AT&T Wireless subscriber
271 - AT&T Wireless Subscriber w/extended absence greeting
276 - VZ NIS
277 - VZ NIS
278 - Same as 228
279 - Same as 228
282 - T-Mobile rec, subscriber not taking calls
283 - AT&T Wireless subscriber
284 - Cognitronics NIS
290 - Subscriber w/Panasonic AM
291 - Pager NIS
292 - rec, (radio in background?)You have reached the Foulsburg(?) Coast verification serving 292,295,434,436,439,482,626,

and 985.
294 - 5E ring, ringout
295 - Same as 292
296 - VZ NIS
297 - VZ NIS
298 - Ringout
300 - Wireless Subscriber
304 - Subscriber that likes deny key on phone? Rings ~4x and hangs up?
306 - 105-type test
308 - From outside CBCAD via SS7. From inside NY local calling area, 132-A11 intercept? (5ESS intra-LATA tandem for 914

area?)
309 - AT&T Wireless VMB
313 - Wireless Subscriber
314 - Cognitronics CBCAD
316 - Reorder via SS7
319 - Ringout
321 - Wireless subscriber
323 - Wireless subscriber
325 - Wireless subscriber
326 - Wireless subscriber
327 - Pager NIS
331 - Same as 256
332 - Wireless subsciber
334 - VZ NIS
335 - Cognitronics CBCAD
336 - Same as 256
337 - Wireless subscriber
338 - Jane Barbe CBCAD
339 - Subscriber, ported to Paetec
340 - VZ NIS
341 - NIS
342 - NIS
343 - Subscriber w/Panasonic AM
344 - NIS
345 - (uLaw? On a cell?) "Thanks for calling Boost, how may I help you?"
346 - "You have reached a callsource number that is no longer in service. Please check the number you have dialed."
348 - "You have reached the Nyack DMS verification, handling codes 348, 353, 358."
349 - Pager NIS.
350 - Generic VMB
351 - VZ NIS
352 - "You have reached the verification number for the Spring Valley DMS-100. Serving codes 352, 356, 371, 425, 426, 574,

576, 578 in the 914 area." (if you call this one, call it more than once - it alternates between two recordings)
353 - Same as 348
354 - "'scuse me, you have reached the Pamona DMS-100 central office. Exchanges, 354, 362, and 364. Thank you."
355 - Busy signal
356 - Same as 352
357 - "You have reached 368, 369, and the 357 exchanges working out of the Suffern CO."
358 - Same as 348
359 - Burst of static, then loud print-through from dozens of recordings?
360 - NIS via SS7
361 - Rings several times, and then goes to device that beeps twice every few seconds. Answering machine on toll-saver or

some other mode?
362 - Same as 354
363 - NIS via SS7
364 - Same as 354
365 - Same(ish) as 359?
367 - NIS via SS7
368 - Ringout
369 - Same as 357
371 - Same as 352
373 - Subscriber w/AM
374 - Ringout
377 - Reorder via SS7? Result changes based on LD carrier
378 - "We're sorry, the number you have dialed is not a working number. Please hang up and try your call again."
379 - CBCAD via SS7
380 - 5ESS ring, wireless subscriber
381 - VZW NIS
382 - Same as 256
383 - Long silence + pager NIS
384 - VZ NIS
385 - VZ NIS
386 - NIS
387 - Pager NIS
389 - AT&T Wireless announcement, called party not accepting calls at the current time
391 - SprintPCS NIS
392 - VZ NIS
393 - CBCAD via SS7?
395 - Reorder via SS7? Result changes based on LD carrier
397 - "The number you have dialed is unallocated" + funny SS7 cause code
398 - Print-through replacement/see
399 - Wireless subscriber





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Posted 24 July 2010 - 11:06 AM

I am the self-proclaimed master of the 212 NPA :) Seeing how I live in NYC...

There's some really interesting stuff here that you can only reach locally. For example, certain numbers that tend to be in 99XX will supervise and drop you right back to your own dialtone. Very useful for messing around with COCOTS. I remember there being another few numbers I found that would force your line to stay open for a set amount of time.

There was also a block of 100 numbers that would ring to an analog PBX. Sadly, that was disconnected about a year ago.

I did a huge scan of this NPA about two years ago. If I find it I'll post it here.

Edited by Lord 0xf, 24 July 2010 - 11:09 AM.





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