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hey, im going to be adding a test-number search to my site, so if anyone has anything, post it here or something so i can add numbers. i might accept other phoneco related numbers too, but it depends, so if you have any cool numbers (not pbx's pr0n or anything, i mean telco related crap) post em here or pm them to me, and add your name if you want credit.

edit: itll be searching by area code until i can code up one that searches test type.

therefore, numbers should be formatted as

NPA:NXX-XXXX Testtype

i.e. 914:732-8211 ANAC

(to make it easier on me adding them)

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541:334.0057 541 Area Code Announcement

734:457.0148 724 Area Code Announcement

424:424.0424 424 Area Code Announcement (BlackRatchet)

800:970.9891 Loopback

508:754.0284 Room monitor

800:855.4200 Silent line

800:666.8061 Silent line

877:250.0605 Sprint Test Line

700:555.4141 long distance carrier readback

NPA:700.1414 local carrier readback

800:213.8378 "Today is $date. The color for testing is..."

780:459.2325 Telus Terminating Test line

334:223.0600 Test number for INXC in Montgomrey, Alabama

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317-614-9901 DMS 500 message

317-614-9960 milliwatt?

317-614-9975 milliwatt?

317-823-9991 silent line

i dont know exactly if this counts but, this number is an error msg says being checked 4 trouble all the time - 317-823-9990

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I'm pinning the topic for you :)

SBC California:

959-1122 ANAC

958-XXXX 5ESS ringback (where XXXX are the last four digits of the line you are dialing from)

1-958-NXX-XXXX DMS-100 ringback (where NXX-XXXX are the last seven digits of the line you are dialing from)

Verizon California:

958-1114 ANAC

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ooh...local numbers are allowed? :D

Telus Northern Alberta (780)

958:6111 ANAC Telus Northern Alberta (780)

570:XXX-XXXX Ringback (where XXX-XXXX is the 7 digits of the number you are calling from) Telus Northern Alberta (780)

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awesome, i wont have *my* computer for another day or two, but when i get in, expect it to be up shortly after. also, yay for unity being the only one to submit in the correct format ;) thanks for pinning it strom

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So, if I paste a whole bunch of numbers and such in here with the format NPA:NXX-XXXX WORDS, then that's good? Or if I paste in here a whole bunch of terms with the format WORD:WORDS, that's good too?

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Food, then im going to start compiling the dictionary for it. someone post something!! i need numbers!

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Food, then im going to start compiling the dictionary for it.  someone post something!! i need numbers!

The UK is really simple :P (this is all for BT lines, I don't have an NTL/TW line so I don't know how those work).

17070 - general BT line test, ringback, quiet line, etc (some features need BT engineer mobile number?)

175 - ringback, certain tests available like dial pulse and DTMF test among other things.

I did have BT's security number (it's printed on a sign stapled to my local exchange's door) but I have lost it - it is an 0800 i think.

Not test numbers but can be interesting nonetheless:

144 - BT chargecard

131 - mercury pinless, load of beeps on my line

132 - mercury pin - 1234567 is a test pin and directs you to an ancient recording from cable and wireless (or clueless and witless for some people) as it has a non working 0500 number as well as local, long-distance and national rates - for the majority of BT residential customers these don't exist anymore, flat-rate is the norm). Whether you can signup for this service I don't know. Apparently npower or tiscali now owns this.

I do have recordings of some of these numbers and can record them if anyone from the US / other countries would like to hear them (no you can't dial 011-44-17070)

Other interesting numbers can be found here:

http://www.oldskoolphreak.com/tfiles/phrea...ondon_9999.html

This is not an exhaustive list of test numbers, these are the ones I know. If there are anymore, please post (I believe there is an 01/02 number to access 17070 but it's a secret).

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[ANACS]

317:310-222-2222 Indianapolis and Kokomo, IN

317:559-222-2222 Indianapolis and Kokomo, IN

317:743-1218 Indianapolis and Kokomo, IN

318:760# Alexandria, LA

334:557-2411 Montgomery, AL

334:557-2311 Montgomery, AL

401:200-200-4444 RI

401:222-2222 RI

401:200-200-6969 RI

402:311 Lincoln, NE

404:311 Atlanta, GA

404:780-2311:Atlanta, GA

404:940-xxx-xxxx Atlanta, GA

404:990 Atlanta, GA

405:890-7777777 Enid and Oklahoma City, OK

405:897 Enid and Oklahoma City, OK

407:200-222-2222 Orlando and West Palm Beach, FL (Bell South)

407:520-3111 Orlando and West Palm Beach, FL (United)

[Ring busy]

213:xxx-1117 Los Angeles, CA

213:xxx-1118 Los Angeles, CA

213:xxx-1119 Los Angeles, CA

213:xxx-9198 Los Angeles, CA

216:xxx-9887 Akron/Canton, Cleveland, Lorain, and Youngstown, OH

310:xxx-1117 Long Beach, CA

310:xxx-1118 Long Beach, CA

310:xxx-1119 Long Beach, CA

310:xxx-9198 Long Beach, CA

501:377-99xx AR

518:571-xxxx Albany, NY

714:xxx-1117 Anaheim, CA

714:xxx-1118 Anaheim, CA

714:xxx-1119 Anaheim, CA

714:xxx-9198 Anaheim, CA

717:980-xxxx Harrisburg, Scranton, and Wilkes Barre, PA

818:xxx-1117 Pasadena, CA

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The UK is really simple :P (this is all for BT lines, I don't have an NTL/TW line so I don't know how those work).

Not quite as simple as you would think. There are apparantly over 3000 network codes over the various UK phone systems. (That does include the directory enquiries set which I think has around 600 numbers in it - out of a space of 1,000). The full list can be downloaded from Ofcom for people who want them.

http://www.ofcom.org.uk/telecoms/ioi/numbe..._files/s10_code

I have stuck all of the details from all of the files into a database, and one day I'm going to write a web interface to query it for people who are interested - kinda like Bells mind for the UK - but I'm both busy and lazy so it's still sitting there :)

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The UK is really simple :P (this is all for BT lines, I don't have an NTL/TW line so I don't know how those work).

Not quite as simple as you would think. There are apparantly over 3000 network codes over the various UK phone systems. (That does include the directory enquiries set which I think has around 600 numbers in it - out of a space of 1,000). The full list can be downloaded from Ofcom for people who want them.

http://www.ofcom.org.uk/telecoms/ioi/numbe..._files/s10_code

I have stuck all of the details from all of the files into a database, and one day I'm going to write a web interface to query it for people who are interested - kinda like Bells mind for the UK - but I'm both busy and lazy so it's still sitting there :)

While there are many indirect access codes, there aren't all that many test numbers (as far as I know)

That list also shows that 131/132 are still owned by C&W. I thought tiscali owned it..

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It's good to see some British Phreakers, I've been studying phreaking for a few years. I'm not sure that the British phreaking community is very large here. What do you guys think? Maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places but I've not really seen many Phreakers from the UK and it appears to be more of an American thing.

Oh, I'm new... still getting used to how things work around here. First post, woot :wub:

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860-904-9999

All circuits busy

860-906-9999

Your test call for Brooks Fiber Communications of CT has completed

860-916-9999 (not sure if this a test number per se... in fact I don't know what it is)

*Click* Unfortunately the system could not process your entry, please try again later

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860-904-9999

All circuits busy

860-906-9999

Your test call for Brooks Fiber Communications of CT has completed

860-916-9999  (not sure if this a test number per se... in fact I don't know what it is)

*Click* Unfortunately the system could not process your entry, please try again later

woaahh guys i totally forgot about this, ill start updating it tommorow, thanks to everyone thats contributed.

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(501)374-0453

very cool sounding test number for Comcast CDV

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214-659-9999 milliwatt

Also, at least out of my CO here in Dallas, 959-1122 also works as ANAC. AWESOME!

Also 959-1111

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Let's see here...

Former NY Telephone, 914, 845 area codes:

NNX-9970 - Always Busy

NNX-9960 - Milliwatt

990 - ANAC

660 - Ringback

Interesting numbers usually found in the NNX-99XX region.

Former SNET, 203, 860 area codes:

99X (usually 991) - Ringback

Interesting numbers usually found in the NNX-09XX region.

SNET/SBC/AT&T ANAC was 970, but that appears to have gone away.

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Here's some (UK) NTL numbers. They're not test numbers, but thought they'd still be of interest:

http://www.ntl.com/home/telephone/pdf/wpack04.pdf?1120639923 (PDF pages 5, 6 and 7)

Note: The "wpack04" bit refers to Welcome Pack 2004. You can change that to 05 or 06. But they didn't publish as many numbers in the later editions.

And here's some BT and Telewest network service codes. It was last updated in 2003 though. Telewest have since merged with NTL.

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814: 958-2111 ANAC found in Cresson, PA. I don't konw if it works anywhere else in the 814 area code. Dialing 958 plus 4 digits resulted in odd sounding reorder tones, ringing that took you back to a dialtone, busy signals, and sometimes absolutely nothing would happen. I wish I had my recording equipment with me on my little excursion, because there seemed to be some pretty cool things in the 958 code. Too bad I won't be going back for quite a long time, if ever.

It pisses me off that I found an ANAC in this little town in about 3 minutes, and I've been looking for an ANAC in my own town for about 3 years and haven't been able to find one :wub:

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I've never heard this recording before has anyone else? 412-NXX-00XX

I googled in quotes the message and found something like "STLWS terminal"

and bells mind doesnt say what the switch type is so im guessing a 5ESS??

any thoughts - thanks - trevelyn.

CLLI: PITTBPACADS0

2256 Brownsville rd. 15210

NPA-412

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00xx scan for 884-NXX

(showing only non SIT)

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00 - "all test positions are unmanned at this time,

please try your call again later." reorder.

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00xx scan for 885-NXX

(showing only non SIT)

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75 - "all test positions are unmanned at this time,

please try your call again later." x2

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505:957-XXXX ANAC

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