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[quote name='t3st.s3t' date='Jul 25 2005, 02:47 PM'][quote name='t3st.s3t' date='Jul 25 2005, 01:42 PM'][quote name='ic0n' date='Jul 25 2005, 01:27 PM'][quote name='t3st.s3t' date='Jul 24 2005, 09:48 PM'][quote name='Caustiq' date='Jul 10 2005, 07:37 AM']Here are some interesting numbers I've found while scanning this early morning.

1-800-683-6225 Dial 9, get a dial tone. Try sending other DTMFs
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has anyone been able to dial out by pressing 9? i got a "I'm sorry, the number you have reached is not in service" recording, no matter what number that i dialed.
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Sounds like it's a Meridian VMS. Seems like only local calls can be placed only within K.C. and the burbs of K.C.
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now that i think about it, you're correct.
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well, you can't dial local.
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Well there's alway hope for internal calls. I didn't have a local number for me to test when i posted last.

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i've only tried local milliwatts and other sbc test numbers. if anyone has any luck let us know.

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[quote name='abcbooze' date='Jul 11 2005, 05:28 PM']couple of ANI ANACs

800-206-9900
800-218-9900
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Thanks man but these don't read ANI they read CN Charge Number

I pulled additional routing info about them if anyone cares.

Late

agh I know ppl are going to be all "Not ANI" bleg but whatever its true.

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Does anyone have any toll numbers (not toll-free) that read charge number?

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[quote name='greyarea' date='Jul 26 2005, 05:34 PM'][quote name='abcbooze' date='Jul 11 2005, 05:28 PM']couple of ANI ANACs

800-206-9900
800-218-9900
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Thanks man but these don't read ANI they read CN Charge Number

I pulled additional routing info about them if anyone cares.

Late

agh I know ppl are going to be all "Not ANI" bleg but whatever its true.
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why don't you just use 1866myaniis for an ani number

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[quote name='keiner' date='Jul 31 2005, 09:48 PM'][quote name='greyarea' date='Jul 26 2005, 05:34 PM'][quote name='abcbooze' date='Jul 11 2005, 05:28 PM']couple of ANI ANACs

800-206-9900
800-218-9900
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Thanks man but these don't read ANI they read CN Charge Number

I pulled additional routing info about them if anyone cares.

Late

agh I know ppl are going to be all "Not ANI" bleg but whatever its true.
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why don't you just use 1866myaniis for an ani number
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Cause it reads back CPN?

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[quote name='keiner' date='Jul 31 2005, 09:48 PM'][quote name='greyarea' date='Jul 26 2005, 05:34 PM'][quote name='abcbooze' date='Jul 11 2005, 05:28 PM']couple of ANI ANACs

800-206-9900
800-218-9900
[right][snapback]126427[/snapback][/right]
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Thanks man but these don't read ANI they read CN Charge Number

I pulled additional routing info about them if anyone cares.

Late

agh I know ppl are going to be all "Not ANI" bleg but whatever its true.
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why don't you just use 1866myaniis for an ani number
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ugh,. First of all he said no toll phree, and second of all get to know the difference between the two please. And in reply the only one I know of is the 770 AT&T one but you have to be on their platform to even get thru and that one reads back the "lead" number. I know ppl are going to be all getting confused about "lead" number don't worry about it its like the main charge number for hotels and such.
peace/

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i didn't read all the posts but i got a good one.
202-456-9431 <<<<that is the whiteh0use situation room line Edited by Cemptiom

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[quote name='Cemptiom' date='Aug 6 2005, 09:19 AM']i didn't read all the posts but i got a good one.
202-456-9431  <<<<that is the whiteh0use situation room line
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I think I remember seeing that in the PnG numbers list.

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[quote name='Cemptiom' date='Aug 6 2005, 09:19 AM']i didn't read all the posts but i got a good one.
202-456-9431  <<<<that is the whiteh0use situation room line
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this reminds me of a time when i was a kid, and a abraham lincoln impersonator came to my elementry school. he handed us business cards with the white house phone number printed on the card. he told us that we would be put in jail by the secret service of we called the number. :P

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Hello again guys and germs!

I have retunred from spending my summer in Hawaii with my granpappy and have some small, mostly worthless numbers to add. But its for the list nonetheless.

813-948-6372
McDonalds on US 41 and Crystal Grove road.

813-960-0458
SevenEleven on Erlich and Plantation road.

Payphones :) What would we do without them.

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[quote name='phreakmac' date='Aug 10 2005, 06:38 PM']The developers of God of War hid this deep in the game, check it

1-888-447-5594
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it dropped me to a dailtone after i waited a while after the recording finished.

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[quote name='TelcoBob' date='Aug 10 2005, 10:11 PM'][quote name='phreakmac' date='Aug 10 2005, 06:38 PM']The developers of God of War hid this deep in the game, check it

1-888-447-5594
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it dropped me to a dailtone after i waited a while after the recording finished.
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I'm unable to get the dialtone. Instead, it rings to an "All Circuits are Busy" recording.

Is the dialtone thing kinda like the old GTD5 Diverter bug back in the day?

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GTD5 Diverter bug gave you another persons dail tone right?

i'm pretty sure this is my dail tone but the most i've done with it is call 1-800-444-4444
i'll go out tomorrow and try it around and see if it works any where else around me. my first thought was that this was like that old COCOT trick where you wait for a call to terminate and blow on the reciver untill you got a dail tone or something crazy like that

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Well, its totally possible that it's just timing out and dropping you back to your own dialtone...I just get a fast busy.

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Not to get off topic, but does anyone know what happend to 508-754-0284 (AKA: The Traffic Light)? I haven't called it in a while, but I gave it a call today, and now it just rings out. How long has it been since it answered with the "clicking/pumping" sound?

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whoa- there was a number for a traffic light ? I wish I would have known abuot
it. when it was still working.

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[quote name='unity' date='Aug 10 2005, 09:54 PM']Well, its totally possible that it's just timing out and dropping you back to your own dialtone...I just get a fast busy.
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Yeah the number just drops me.

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[quote name='Rpm' date='Aug 11 2005, 08:22 AM']whoa- there was a number for a traffic light ? I wish I would have known abuot
it. when it was still working.[right][snapback]133205[/snapback][/right][/quote]
Yeah, it lasted for about 2 years, but now it appears to be down. It was a well known number, I thought everybody knew about it. Many believe that it actually rang to a traffic light. That may explain why you heard people, cars, stereos, etc. when you called the number. The number "supposedly" belongs to a business which is located right across from the City hall. I say supposedly because that's what the CNAM info comes back as. To this day, no one really knows for sure what this thing was...

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[quote name='vox' date='Aug 11 2005, 01:49 PM'][quote name='Rpm' date='Aug 11 2005, 08:22 AM']whoa- there was a number for a traffic light ? I wish I would have known abuot
it. when it was still working.[right][snapback]133205[/snapback][/right][/quote]
Yeah, it lasted for about 2 years, but now it appears to be down. It was a well known number, I thought everybody knew about it. Many believe that it actually rang to a traffic light. That may explain why you heard people, cars, stereos, etc. when you called the number. The number "supposedly" belongs to a business which is located right across from the City hall. I say supposedly because that's what the CNAM info comes back as. To this day, no one really knows for sure what this thing was...
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Yeah, I remember that. I always thought that it was an intercom by the front door of some building.

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Toll free (national) directory assistance :D

1-866-341-9907 Edited by Rpm

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1-800-258-9900
Voice reads off: '200447113251187'
Then a familiar flurry of DTMF tones are recieved.

Identical to the number rpm describes in this thread: [url="http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=11638&hl="]http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=11638&hl=[/url]

I recall reading about this same 'service' in recent 2600 issues as well. Edited by Caustiq

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[quote name='I-baLL' date='Aug 11 2005, 05:56 PM'][quote name='vox' date='Aug 11 2005, 01:49 PM'][quote name='Rpm' date='Aug 11 2005, 08:22 AM']whoa- there was a number for a traffic light ? I wish I would have known abuot
it. when it was still working.[right][snapback]133205[/snapback][/right][/quote]
Yeah, it lasted for about 2 years, but now it appears to be down. It was a well known number, I thought everybody knew about it. Many believe that it actually rang to a traffic light. That may explain why you heard people, cars, stereos, etc. when you called the number. The number "supposedly" belongs to a business which is located right across from the City hall. I say supposedly because that's what the CNAM info comes back as. To this day, no one really knows for sure what this thing was...
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Yeah, I remember that. I always thought that it was an intercom by the front door of some building.
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2 years already? Wow, time flys, lots changed sice then too, I wish I knew what it was...

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