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5166169901 5ESS Test Verf Line

5166769945 Milliwat Line

5166769932 Milliwat Line

5166769992 VM for Greenvale Garage

5166769970 Always Busy

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5169219901 DMS Test Verf Line

5169219983 VZ Michelle

5169219970 Always Busy

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Latez,

f0ner00t.

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You can still make plenty use of milliwatts. You just have to be creative with them ;)

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5199582622 - ANAC

Still looking for a ringback number tho...

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5199582622 - ANAC

Still looking for a ringback number tho...

Hmmmm... either it's not a dead number OR it can't be called from Colorado.

In either case, too bad.

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540: 311 ANAC

540: 959 + last 4 Ringback

757: 959 + last 4 Ringback

757: 958-1114 Might be an ANAC, it may have been broke when I called it.

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I found these two numbers after a little scanning but have no idea what they do:

800-373-1337 - "D241. Test successful." - DISCO now

800-549-6855 - "D241. Test successful."

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I found these two numbers after a little scanning but have no idea what they do:

800-373-1337 - "D241.

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I found these two numbers after a little scanning but have no idea what they do:

800-373-1337 - "D241. Test successful." - DISCO now

800-549-6855 - "D241. Test successful."

huh, I've found a few of those on random 800s myself. A RESPORG says they're provided by Level3 Communications. Maybe there's a company that buys a bulk rate of 800s from them and just puts that message on there to reserve them until someone buys them?

I would think that they'd put an advertisement on it, then, but who knows. :P

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5199582622 - ANAC

Still looking for a ringback number tho...

Hmmmm... either it's not a dead number OR it can't be called from Colorado.

In either case, too bad.

It can't be called from outside the 519 NPA. Here are a few others that I found. Gonna eventually scan the whole NXX.

519-958-1110 - Milliwatt

519-958-1111 - Milliwatt (These 2 could be a test loop. My cell won't let me call 519-958's anymore so I can't verify this atm.)

519-958-1115 - Goes to a reorder. Every other 519-958-XXXX either goes to a CBCAD or NIS message

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Someone has already posted the BT line tests I know.

Nice to see other UK folks active (albeit a couple of years back).

:biggrin:

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Connecticut ANAC (AT&T) - 959-9822

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Connecticut ANAC (AT&T) - 959-9822

just found a test number database on sandman.com http://www.sandman.com/colookup.asp

they are set up per CO - so searching seems to be a PITA since you can not get a list of everything in an area code, or the whole list - and so far checking various 718 exchanges has not turned up any test numbers.. but maybe there might be some test numbers on there for you?

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Verizon 716 landline (5ESS - LATA 140)

959-XXXX (XXXX=last 4 digits of phone number) - Ringback

9580 - ANAC

9581, 9582, 9584, 9585, 9586, 9587, 9588 give recording on 4th dialed digit

9583, 9589 give recording on 7th digit dialed. Probably some working test numbers in these two ranges.

AsteriskPhreak

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What the fuck do you think this is about?

1-800-462-3339

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What the fuck do you think this is about?

1-800-462-3339

just rings out for me....

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calling through g.v. it rang then busy signal for me..

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calling through g.v. it rang then busy signal for me..

I get this (attached). I'm calling over voipbuster and am unsure of what exit pstn # I'm calling with

This is the number it dtmf's out: 166#43#7112569#1200

whaa.mp3

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calling through g.v. it rang then busy signal for me..

I get this (attached). I'm calling over voipbuster and am unsure of what exit pstn # I'm calling with

This is the number it dtmf's out: 166#43#7112569#1200

whaa.mp3

BITCHES DON'T KNOW BOUT MY 7-1-1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://confcon.org/audio/PhreakerD7%20-%20711%20Numbers.mp3

http://confcon.org/text/phreakerd7_711numbers.txt

http://gonullyourself.org/phreak/#7-1-1

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Damn, you beat me to it. 

So I know I'm a bit late here, but dear everyone,

Please take note: Google Voice plays fake ring over unsupervised audio, as it has since GrandCentral came into existence. If you need further assistance in completing your calls, please contact your operator.

Love,

TP

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Damn, you beat me to it. 

So I know I'm a bit late here, but dear everyone,

Please take note: Google Voice plays fake ring over unsupervised audio, as it has since GrandCentral came into existence. If you need further assistance in completing your calls, please contact your operator.

Love,

TP

ah.. tested and confirmed... did not know this... guess that is why it did not work for me.. (tried calling a verification line with GV, and it just rung out, then i dialed direct to be sure that there was no trouble with the ver. line, and it worked)

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heh-werd. tp- schoolin us with comedy I like it. anywho-I miss my copper lines.. even though a celly will get ya to that number and voip is cool for many reasons , I need a landline again. oh wait-I think I'm getting one for the 24th :) but yeah-I only scan with copper,by hand,and I miss it. especially since one of my local telcos just merged recently and is now century link..

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calling through g.v. it rang then busy signal for me..

I get this (attached). I'm calling over voipbuster and am unsure of what exit pstn # I'm calling with

This is the number it dtmf's out: 166#43#7112569#1200

whaa.mp3

BITCHES DON'T KNOW BOUT MY 7-1-1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://confcon.org/audio/PhreakerD7%20-%20711%20Numbers.mp3

http://confcon.org/t..._711numbers.txt

http://gonullyoursel...g/phreak/#7-1-1

http://www.binrev.co...found-scanning/

http://www.binrev.co...rand0m-numb3rs/

http://www.binrev.co...answer-me-this/

http://www.binrev.co...s/page__st__340

I know about it.

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but yeah-I only scan with copper,by hand,and I miss it

Rpm knows how to keep it real :wub:Anyway, it looks like West has gone to the UK market. I forgot to write down the number, but you'll find 711 numbers in the good 'ol 0800 ranges as well.

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calling through g.v. it rang then busy signal for me..

I get this (attached). I'm calling over voipbuster and am unsure of what exit pstn # I'm calling with

This is the number it dtmf's out: 166#43#7112569#1200

whaa.mp3

BITCHES DON'T KNOW BOUT MY 7-1-1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://confcon.org/audio/PhreakerD7%20-%20711%20Numbers.mp3

http://confcon.org/text/phreakerd7_711numbers.txt

http://gonullyourself.org/phreak/#7-1-1

I just saw your conclusion with the 711 numbers. Good job you two. peace peace

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