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#1 Dialtone

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Posted 12 September 2010 - 02:43 PM

Here are the first 100 numbers in a scan I said I would upload a couple of months back (sorry, I've been busy).

0800 890 001 - N/R = Not recognised

002 - N/R

003 - N/R

004 - Woman asking for number. Foreign.

005 - N/R

006 - N/R

007 - N/R

008 - Employ'e hotline (Global) USA?

009 - N/R

010 - Asks for card number. French?

011 - Dial number you are calling. AT&T

012 - N/R

013 - N/R

014 - N/R

015 - N/R

016 - Welcome to Canada/Long distace provider.

017 - Click then nothing.

018 - N/R

020 - N/R

021 - N/R

022 - N/R

023 - N/R

024 - N/R

025 - N/R

026 - N/R

027 - Telecom world charge card.

028 - Enter personal ID number. Shop? Think it was Japanese.

029 - N/R

030 - In a que. Woman answered wouldn't say who or what.

031 - Calpien? Foreign.

032 - N/R

033 - French, asks for something then says Brazil.

034 - Spanish? Telecom.

035 - Foreign. Cot no./Card no.

036 - Foreign. Card number.

037 - N/R

038 - Operator of???

039 - Answers. Sounds quiet. Sounds like an operator.

040 - N/R

041 - Beep-beep. Woman answered. Was a hotel in Switzerland.

042 - Telephonica 02 directory + operator assistance.

043 - Repeats. Foreign. Click then nothing.

044 - N/R

045 - N/R

046 - N/R

047 - N/R

048 - Foreign. - Beer Poland direct connect call.

049 - Options. Call card. Collect call. Enter number.

050 - N/R

051 - Telephonica. PBX?

052 - Beep beep.

053 - Sorry there is a fault.

054 - Foreign directory.

055 - Foreign.collect call.

056 - Foreign?

057 - Beep. Could here typing. Operator Japan?

058 - Foreign.

059 - Beep. Phone hung up.

060 - Nothing/silence.

061 - Telecard call 02.

062 - Operator, typing then hung up.

063 - Phillipine operator. Very pleasent woman.

064 - N2 direct calling card.

065 - ICC/ITT. PBX?

066 - Person said: "Hello, who are you?".

067 - N/R

068 - Please enter your PIN. Voicemail.

069 - N/R

070 - Ring... You have reached the voice mail of (name) in an Australian accent... VERY Austalian.

071 - Operator? Can I have the number you are calling.

072 - Operator???

073 - Ring. Call cannot be completed as dialed.

074 - N/R

075 - N/R

076 - N/R

077 - Beeeeeeep. Hang up noise.

078 - N/R

079 - N/R

080 - N/R

081 - Japan. Who?

082 - Japan? Collect call.

083 - N/R

084 - N/R

085 - Foreign - call'ee number, China?

086 - N/R

087 - N/R

088 - Foreign credit card service.

089 - N/R

090 - Silence, nothing.

091 - Silence, nothing.

092 - N/R

093 - N/R

094 - N/R

095 - Press 1 for English. Telecom? Something in foreign.

096 - N/R

097 - N/R

098 - French. France calling card telecom. Asks for card number.

099 - N/R

100 - N/R



Please ignore any spelling mistakes. Also note; the ones that says Japan? I was unsure if they were Japanese. The ones that say Japan without the question mark, I was 99% sure that they were Japanese. I did learn a very small amount of Japanese a couple of years back so it was an educated guess.

If you try any of these numbers and find something interesting I have missed please let me know!

Edited by Dialtone, 16 September 2010 - 06:42 PM.


#2 ThoughtPhreaker

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 05:08 PM

Very nice! In the interest of finding more leetness, here's a continuation.

116 - Country direct, Spanish country of sorts. Samples are heavily compresed

117 - AT&T
118 - Business, American sounding, unknown PBX type
120 - AT&T
122 - AT&T
123 - Bermuda Direct
127 - NIS recording via PBX?
128 - American sounding person, answers with "gover". Phone w/carbon mic?
133 - AT&T Local NIS
134 - AT&T
135 - BTC's Hellocard
136 - PCCW Services
138 - American reorer?
139 - Bursts of static every few seconds. Reroute thingie?
140 - AT&T
141 - AT&T
142 - AT&T
143 - AT&T
149 - AT&T
151 - MCI tandem rec, "The number you have dialed cannot be reached from your calling area"
152 - 425 hz ring, person answers with foreign dialect
162 - AT&T
163 - AT&T
164 - AT&T
165 - AT&T
166 - AT&T
167 - AT&T
168 - AT&T
169 - AT&T
171 - Funny message back via SS7?
175 - AT&T
176 - AT&T
179 - AT&T
180 - AT&T
181 - KDDI Direct
182 - Something Direct
183 - AT&T
187 - AT&T
188 - Movistar Direct
191 - AT&T
195 - AT&T

All the numbers marked AT&T head over to the US equivelant of dialing 800-321-0288.



#3 Dialtone

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 05:27 PM

Nice one! I was gonna get on with those next 100 numbers sometime this week so it's saved me a job :D

I guess I'll do the following hundred then, the 0800 890 2XX.

Theres a couple of numbers in the 100 you have done that I'm going to have a listen too as well... the 2 PBX's and the tandem recording will deffinately be worth a dial.

#4 Dialtone

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 05:30 PM

*slaps self*

I guess I already dialed the tandem today by accident (see "A couple of things" thread)... numbers numbers numbers... >.<

Edited by Dialtone, 08 October 2010 - 05:35 PM.


#5 Dialtone

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Posted 08 October 2010 - 05:30 PM

0800 890 201 - N/R

202 - N/R

203 - N/R

204 - Click then nothing.

205 - A man spoke in a foreign language, when I said hello he replied in English. Then the phone went dead/insuficent funds before I could ask where/what I was calling.

206 - N/R

207 - N/R

208 - N/R

209 - N/R

210 - N/R

211 - AT&T - Dial number you are calling... Seems like another direct dial system.

212 - Click, whistle, bleep. Then insuficent funds.

213 - N/R

214 - N/R

215 - N/R

216 - Bleep bleep. (In my note book it says: fax? at the side of the response but thinking about it that wasn't a fax).

217 - N/R

218 - N/R

219 - N/R

220 - Some foreign correct call.

221 - N/R

222 - N/R

223 - N/R

224 - N/R

225 - N/R

226 - N/R

227 - N/R

228 - N/R

229 - N/R

230 - N/R

231 - N/R

232 - N/R

233 - N/R

234 - N/R

235 - N/R

236 - N/R

237 - N/R

238 - N/R

239 - Click. Italy telecom.

240 - N/R

241 - N/R

242 - N/R

243 - N/R

244 - N/R

245 - N/R

246 - N/R

247 - N/R

248 - N/R

249 - N/R

250 - N/R



So, all in all a pretty boring scan! Sorry for the delay in putting these up. Everytime I think I have some free time something just pops up! Will do the next 50 asap!




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