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Sprint backdoor VM numbers

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Hey I know they were floating around awhile ago.

Anyone have the numbers for accessing sprint voicemail?

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Are these the ones that you can outdial on by pressing 8?

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Yes they have the dialout feature. BrakedanceJ I will find that number for you. I should have one laying around somewhere at home.

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I have one Sprint number for Cincinnati. I am not sure if it works for all numbers nationwide.

Sprint +1.513.225.6245

Nextel (in New Mexico): +1.505.975.7243

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Thanks guys

I have one Sprint number for Cincinnati. I am not sure if it works for all numbers nationwide.

Sprint +1.513.225.6245

This is EXACTLY what I was looking for. It works nationwide.

Thanks a ton!

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here are a few access numbers for cingular/at&t. i don't know about a dial out feature, but you can send voice mail messages to other peoples VMB that have at&t service, residential and cellular. hope this is what your looking for.

the default passcode used to be, at one time, the seven digit number for you cell, at another time is was the last four, not sure which was first. not sure what it is now.

also if you need more access numbers i have more(lots more).

AL Birmingham

205-531-7627

AL Cleveland

662-347-6700

AL Columbus

662-574-9928

AL Huntsville

256-683-1188

AL Mobile

251-463-4248

AL Montgomery

251-591-8585

AL Starkville

662-617-0999

AZ Phoenix

480-235-2793

CA San Fernando Valley (818)

213-300-1055

213-300-1059 (access)

CA San Francisco

415-497-8896

CA San Jose

408-307-5049

CA Santa Rosa

707-548-1234

CO Greeley

970-371-9275

DE Dover

302-423-6245

FL Daytona

386-852-7000

FL Delray Beach

386-852-7000

FL Ft Lauderdale

954-303-7021

FL Keys

305-431-8484

FL Lake Mary

386-852-7000

FL Jacksonville

904-707-3733

FL Melbourne

386-852-7000

FL North Broward

954-242-1222

FL North Dade

305-469-7004

FL Northside

305-951-7272

FL Orlando

407-247-7627

FL Ocala

386-852-7000

FL Tampa

813-748-4268

FL West Palm Beach

561-358-7999

GA Atlanta

404-310-2400

GA Macon

478-731-7077

HI Honolulu (statewide?)

808-551-9959

IN Evansville

812-630-6245

IN Indianapolis

317-919-4110

KY Allen

606-776-6245

KY Hopkinsville

615-512-6245

KY Louisville

606-454-6245

LA Alexandria

318-613-8534

LA Baton Rouge

225-933-4542

LA Houma

985-238-8999

LA Lafayette

337-654-4736

LA Monroe

318-235-5675

LA New Orleans

504-453-4184

MA Boston

401-580-0680

MD Baltimore / Columbia

410-693-4248

MI Detroit

248-224-0128

MN Minneapolis

708-828-0220

MO St. Louis

314-807-3806

MS Jackson

601-259-1331

NC Chapel Hill

704-778-9988

NC Raleigh

919-412-8989

NC Carolinas Region

704-451-8989

NJ - North and Central New Jersey

908-463-0020

NM - Las Cruces

8062529009

NY Albany (upstate)

518-366-6903

NY New York City

914-319-0016

OH Akron

330-257-9992

OK Oklahoma City

405-664-6359

PA Philadelphia

908-513-6245

PR Puerto Rico

787-402-5465

RI Providence/Newport

401-580-0680

SC Carolinas Region

704-451-8989

SC Columbia

803-318-8989

TN Chattanooga

423-488-6251

TN Knoxville

704-451-8989

TN Memphis

901-491-6245

TN Nashville

615-512-6245

TX Austin

512-940-9999

TX Dallas/Fort Worth

214-384-4805

TX Houston

713-822-1599

WA Seattle

360-388-1234

WI Milwaukee

262-498-9993

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AT&T doesn't have a dial-out feature.

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Heres one in my npa 440.382.0777

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here are a few access numbers for cingular/at&t. i don't know about a dial out feature, but you can send voice mail messages to other peoples VMB that have at&t service, residential and cellular. hope this is what your looking for.

the default passcode used to be, at one time, the seven digit number for you cell, at another time is was the last four, not sure which was first. not sure what it is now.

also if you need more access numbers i have more(lots more).

Thanks a ton; I was googling all day without result :-(. The default passwords were also handy, we should compile a searchable database of this stuff sometime!

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hi guys do u have any 800 numbers that can divert to that number "+1.513.225.6245" i really need this kind of stuff. anyway im not from U.S. so i cant call directly, thats why i need an 800 number ty.

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I have one Sprint number for Cincinnati. I am not sure if it works for all numbers nationwide.

Sprint +1.513.225.6245

Nextel (in New Mexico): +1.505.975.7243

Thanks! That one certainly seems to work nationwide.

hi guys do u have any 800 numbers that can divert to that number "+1.513.225.6245" i really need this kind of stuff. anyway im not from U.S. so i cant call directly, thats why i need an 800 number ty.

You just don't want to pay for the call.. voip dude roll your own or even skype there's a million providers with 2-3 cents/min and just prepay like 10 bucks.

FL Ocala

386-852-7000

That's not Ocala.

npa-nxx 386-852

Company NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS

Ratecenter DAYTONABCH

http://www.telcodata.us/telcodata/clli?cllicode=OCALFLXAX8Y

http://www.telcodata.us/telcodata/clli?cllicode=OCALFLXACM7

And about backdoors look up the company on telcodata and call all their prefixes, usually they use NPA-NXX-6245 (MAIL) or -9999

Backdoor for T-Mobile is +1-805-MESSAGE and that's probably the number on your SIM card 805-637-7243

And #*#$*# I am shocked. For some reason I thought sprint fixed their bug with the voicemail... still there. Call a sprint number with callerid as the same and if password is off it just goes straight to the voicemail main menu. Most of the time I had been calling myself with various voip providers and I guess something changed and it stoped working I started to get prompted for my password. Just right now I went to check I have a PRI with Excel long distance (its cheap!) and it didnt prompt me for my password it just went straight to the main menu.

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The thing that I don't understand is why sprint has an outdial feature for their VM's. The ANI comes up as 281-530-4037, right? Well, isn't that your charge number? Why would a telco ever provide a service that allows for free calls? What were they thinking?

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The thing that I don't understand is why sprint has an outdial feature for their VM's. The ANI comes up as 281-530-4037, right? Well, isn't that your charge number? Why would a telco ever provide a service that allows for free calls? What were they thinking?

I could be wrong but I would imagine that they charge the pseudo-owner of the VMB for the calls.

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hi guys do u have any 800 numbers that can divert to that number "+1.513.225.6245" i really need this kind of stuff. anyway im not from U.S. so i cant call directly, thats why i need an 800 number ty.

You just don't want to pay for the call.. voip dude roll your own or even skype there's a million providers with 2-3 cents/min and just prepay like 10 bucks.

if only i have enough money to do that ....

pls dont .......

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The thing that I don't understand is why sprint has an outdial feature for their VM's. The ANI comes up as 281-530-4037, right? Well, isn't that your charge number? Why would a telco ever provide a service that allows for free calls? What were they thinking?

I could be wrong but I would imagine that they charge the pseudo-owner of the VMB for the calls.

The owner of the VMB gets charged. Sprint wouldn't offer a dial-out option on their customers' VMBs unless airtime applied. And so if you spoofed the Caller-ID/CPN of another cell phone to the VMS, you'd gain access (if available in that area), and any calls you make would be billed to that customer.

About the Charge Number: that has nothing to do with the call itself being placed and billed. That would only apply if you were being "back billed". Like if you called a premium pay-per-call service on such an exchange/NPA (e.g., 1-900, 976, etc). However cell phones can't be billed that way, much like payphones. If the Charge Number being passed on these calls is indeed 281-530-4037, then that could only be used for identification purposes, not billing. I mean, if you spoof someone's landline number when you place a call, do you really think they're being charged for the toll-call? No, the call gets billed by the local/long distance carrier or VoIP provider. The spoofed number is used for "identifying" the party. The exception is when you call your local operator, or your pre-assigned long dustance operator. The Charge Number they receive allows them to identify you for billing purposes in that case.

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The thing that I don't understand is why sprint has an outdial feature for their VM's. The ANI comes up as 281-530-4037, right? Well, isn't that your charge number? Why would a telco ever provide a service that allows for free calls? What were they thinking?

I could be wrong but I would imagine that they charge the pseudo-owner of the VMB for the calls.

The owner of the VMB gets charged. Sprint wouldn't offer a dial-out option on their customers' VMBs unless airtime applied. And so if you spoofed the Caller-ID/CPN of another cell phone to the VMS, you'd gain access (if available in that area), and any calls you make would be billed to that customer.

About the Charge Number: that has nothing to do with the call itself being placed and billed. That would only apply if you were being "back billed". Like if you called a premium pay-per-call service on such an exchange/NPA (e.g., 1-900, 976, etc). However cell phones can't be billed that way, much like payphones. If the Charge Number being passed on these calls is indeed 281-530-4037, then that could only be used for identification purposes, not billing. I mean, if you spoof someone's landline number when you place a call, do you really think they're being charged for the toll-call? No, the call gets billed by the local/long distance carrier or VoIP provider. The spoofed number is used for "identifying" the party. The exception is when you call your local operator, or your pre-assigned long dustance operator. The Charge Number they receive allows them to identify you for billing purposes in that case.

*looks down shamefully with tail between legs* Man, I got 0wnd. Well, thanks for correcting me on that.

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The thing that I don't understand is why sprint has an outdial feature for their VM's. The ANI comes up as 281-530-4037, right? Well, isn't that your charge number? Why would a telco ever provide a service that allows for free calls? What were they thinking?

You are only supposed to be able to dial from your mobile phone and this is the reason why they charge minutes (doesnt come out of your M2M) for calling voicemail. They have no way to bill for the charges. Sprint voicemail system is ancient. It was cool in '97 but damnit I'd be so much happier if they got something like Glenayre or Octel (hell I'd be thrilled if they got Audix!) to replace it.

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wait so call this, press 8, and dial out?

also

MA Boston

401-580-0680

401 is all of rhode island.

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Question - I can access via the 513 number given above but it's asking for my passcode. I don't use a passcode on my phone, so I don't know what to enter to access my vm. Does anyone know of a default passcode for the Sprint/Nextel system?

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