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  1. Hey there Forum. I recently aquired a payphone from a run down gas station and have poked the program button a few times. However, I still can't make free calls even though I've programmed the board to do so. This is a Protel board model xk7000. I can program the free number ok, but for any other call, like 10 digit, 7 digit, it doesn't seem to do anything. I think I may need the ExpressNet software to " really " re-program this thing. I would appreciate any links to download ExpressNet or maybe a file transfer could be arranged. It seems like Google is hiding a lot about ExpressNet.
  2. So i called my local payphone (818) 506-9335 with my dial up modem and Interestingly enough it handshakes and everything. I had my terminal encoding set to IBM-850 and I got this: TC!*8185069335*93180*DD4322*2027*016*1504257225303*90245* I know that payphones have a remote management mode, and I'm thinking that this might be it. Anyone have any ideas?
  3. My buddy did this cool blog post. Thought I'd share. http://matthewsheahan.com/2014/10/03/last-of-the-new-york-payphones/ Alwyz