Andrew

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About Andrew

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    Newfoundland, Canada
  1. It's too bad you can only purchase from Walmart.com in the US!
  2. Is this still an ongoing thing?
  3. Where did the whole 0xx number thing originate? Do you think there would be any here in Canada? Edit: Just answered my own question: http://explodingthephone.com/extras/0xx1xx.php
  4. Also Google Voice is consistently working for me when trying to dial 0xx numbers.
  5. What kinda weird tone? Not a constant 1004Hz milliwatt I guess?
  6. The DMS-100 based systems here use 999+7 digit number. ANAC is 958-9999 across all BellAliant areas.
  7. Hah, I have one of these which I bought after talking to you about them. I never did leave it powered on as I lack a proper 48v power supply. My plan was to hook it up to a Sipura FXS and set up an Asterisk dialin, I may have to ressurrect it sometime!
  8. I don't think I have seen one of those Nortel NetVenue terminals in a very long time, oh and Quortech (they bought the Millennium line from Nortel in 2000) has developed an information/ad display that attaches on the top of the terminals. I just saw some in the Toronto airport a few weeks ago, slipped my mind to take a picture!
  9. When I visited London a couple of weeks ago T-Mobile enabled the block by default on new prepaid SIMs. Even Ok Cupid was blocked, so I just went into a store and asked to get it disabled. They didn't ask my name or anything, just the phone number on the SIM and sure enough after a few minutes I could browse the Internet unrestricted.
  10. Wow! That's really cool, would you like to tell us how you managed it?
  11. What? I was speaking to him on the phone along with Thought Phreaker. We just don't have any time for it this year it seems...
  12. i thought that unlock codes were unique to each phone and/or their IMEI numbers.. but i could be wrong.. That may be the case with some, but no one ever asked for my IMEI when I got this code so I dont know to be honest. Maybe they did and I forgot it but I thought this was a universal code but i dont remember. Back in the day before SIM cards became popular (advent of HSPA/UMTS) most phones were locked either with a master code or defaults (000000 or 123456 were common), unless they took your IMEI from the billing system.
  13. Holy shit, I would have never thought such a thing existed until I heard their recording, one of those strange things that you don't have here in a smaller city.
  14. I got that toolkit to work on my license here in Newfoundland, Canada. The only clear text information that it could decode was the expiry of the license, not even my birth date which I thought was strange. So there is a good chance that the data on your card is encrypted, but the question is does Walgreen's have the decryption key to view your other information? Did the machine they used look like an actual Walgreen's computer or something from your government? -Andrew
  15. I don't recommend trying to pursue these types of things here, what you are describing sounds pretty illegal ("premium numbers", etc.) As for it actually working, try it out and let us know how it works! This community isn't about asking questions expecting responses but going and trying things out, deductive reasoning of sorts. Bonus Hint: when using Asterisk to Dial() remember not to use the 'r' option.