scoobydooble

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About scoobydooble

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  1. Forgot to post this work in progress 800 NXX 1337 9/7/16 203 - Skytel number (requires pin) 204 - Skytel number (requires pin) 205 - Skytel number (requires pin) 206 - Skytel number (requires pin) 207 - Skytel number (requires pin) 208 - Interesting non working number - “You have reached a non working number. Announcement 14 Switch 22-11” 226 - Quiet whistley noise and a beep 230 - Doctor’s answering service 236 - Non working Verizon Wireless number 240 - Fax? 245 - Fax?
  2. Hey again. Attached is a directory of some kind of test numbers. Not sure what they are or why they're out on the web under AT&T's domain, but here they are. If you're wondering I just found them using the site:att.com parameter and I believe "test number". testnumbers.zip
  3. Holy moly! Do you plan on finishing (or finishing some of) this scan? - Scoobydooble
  4. made me lol
  5. Short but sweet part 3 832 - Silence 834 - Repair Escalation Line (they repair escalators I’m guessing?) 857 - Verizon Conferencing number that is not in use 861 - Disconnected number with TTY tones? 872 - Call Center 892 - Unregistered Brand800 Number 934 - Mobile Satellite Customer Not Answering 944 - Unregistered Brand800 Number 972 - Call Center
  6. Just a little part 2 of this list. Need to get around to pulling an all night scan but until then stay tuned for part 3. 580 - Fax? 582 - Call Center 589 - Call Center (that likes to be called “Call Station”) 594 - VMS of 404 330 9680 632 - Central Distribution System 644 - A Gibberish Machine! Spits a ton of info out in a matter of seconds. Worth a call. 658 - Fax 663 - Bell Aliant 674 - MCI (requires card number) 683 - “Sales auto attendant is not available…" 694 - Facebook Sales 716 - Numbers and beeps - strange but cool. (7-11 number) 723 - Same as 374 732 - Same as 428
  7. Welcome! I too am new here, and I too love telephone stuff. I collect some old phones but I'm looking to find more interesting documents and phone numbers. You'll fit right in. Glad you're here, Scoobiedooble
  8. That link is super helpful! You can expect a lot more lists from me in this thread. Thanks again! Scoobydooble
  9. Wow! Thanks so much for letting me know all this cool stuff. A few quick questions: What is a DMS-100 line? How can you tell when something is on a DMS-100 line? Thanks again, Scoobydooble
  10. Just to add on John Draper (A.K.A Cap'n Crunch) was a famous phone phreak who among many other accomplishments, discovered that the Cap'n Crunch toy whistle emitted 2600hz.
  11. While I'm at it I might as well post some of the 800 NXX 2600 scan I am working on: 229 - 2600 Magazine 250 - GBG Conferencing (requires 6 digit pin) 284 - Dungeon of Pain and Pleasure (lol) 288 - Vanderbilt University mailbox - “I’m sorry. Extension 26369 does not answer.” 293 - AT&T Easy Reach 800 (requires ‘access code’) 341 - Some phone number transaction line - provides instructions but no clear company or purpose 374 - Non Working Mobile Satellite Number 393 - “We’re sorry. All circuits are busy now. Would you please try your call again later?” 423 - Rather rythmic beeps…playing forever… 428 - “We’re sorry but this program has ended and no further calls are being taken. Thank you for calling.” 455 - Instantly hangs up
  12. So that's what those tones are! For a while I didn't know what the deal was with payphones screaming at me when I gave them a call. Thanks for sharing!
  13. Well I had some time so I ended up finishing this list: 600 - Some reporter’s voicemail 624 - Verizon (directly to an employee) 644 - Modem 651 - States that they care about customers blah blah blah and then lists a very strange voicemail system before disconnecting 660 - AT&T Virtual Assistent A.K.A Phone hell 669 - A company actually named “STD” 695 - American Express none working number 745 - A company that I can’t clearly hear the name of that requires a pin code 769 - Modem 771 - Same company as 669 772 - Operator for Abbie Resort 795 - Apple Virtual Assistent A.K.A Phone hell 818 - Call Center (apparently has no name or company) 826 - Mountain Telecom 827 - Department of [can’t understand this over the phone] Affairs Telephone Assistant Service (references a .gov domain) 843 - Modem 857 - Verizon Conferencing number that is not in use 860 - “Please enter your 6 digit pin” 884 - Some phone number transaction line - provides instructions but no clear company or purpose 921 - Conference Center (requires access code) 924 - Same as 660 982 - Probably a fax machine
  14. Quick update: the 354 number no longer seems to make the noises of an epileptic robot. Also the "end of call" numbers now seem to be some scam call. Weird.
  15. These are just a few numbers that I've found, but cannot explain. If you know what these numbers do or what they are intended to do, please let me know. 1 800 354 2600 - This number doesn't sound like a modem to me but it does make a loud screechy noise. 1 800 423 2600 - This number plays a series of rhythmic beeps in a loop forever. 1 800 393 2600 - “We’re sorry. All circuits are busy now. Would you please try your call again later? And finally these numbers all play "End of call." before hanging up: 1 800 218 2600 1 800 399 2600 1 800 410 2600 1 800 418 2600 Thanks a bunch, Scoobydooble