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+XXXXXXXXXXX

Found this while hand scanning. Not exactly sure what it is, but if you press 9 it acts as some sort of monitor. 1-6,8, and 0 all simply play back DTMF tones. If you press 9 again, it stops listening. 7 seems to disconnect.

Anyone have any ideas as to what exactly this is? The background noise sounds very mechanical and industrial. Also, every time you start listening, you hear a loud "CHHHHHH" sound.

verizon carrier

That doesn't really help, but okay :).

Oh, and +18002690031 is an AT&T Easy Reach 800 number. You enter the access code and it terminates to what ever number is on that account. It's like a personal 800 number.

** removed due to complaint-related issues with that number.

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i have some more.

18002690082 skytel? enter #

18002690097;101;102;104;111;112;113;115;122;130;131;137;161;163;187 at&t deal like i mentioned earlier, access codes and such.

18002690106;109;125;128;140;168;193 'thank you and goodbye' :P

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ThoughtPhreaker, +1 (715) 696-4567 gives me a dialtone :blink:.

says its not in service now.

18002699001 short beep, long beep (X)?

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i have some more.

18002690082 skytel? enter #

18002690097;101;102;104;111;112;113;115;122;130;131;137;161;163;187 at&t deal like i mentioned earlier, access codes and such.

18002690106;109;125;128;140;168;193 'thank you and goodbye' :P

Skytel is a paging company. (Hi Bill!)

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ThoughtPhreaker, +1 (715) 696-4567 gives me a dialtone :blink:.

Unfortunately, it seems the AIS I found there was shut down in late August and replaced with the digital announcement system that's currently present at the location. Of all of the ones I found, it happened to be the only one I hadn't recorded.

It will be sorely missed....

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QUOTE(v0id_64 @ Sep 21 2006, 08:19 PM) *

ThoughtPhreaker, +1 (715) 696-4567 gives me a dialtone blink.gif.

Unfortunately, it seems the AIS I found there was shut down in late August and replaced with the digital announcement system that's currently present at the location. Of all of the ones I found, it happened to be the only one I hadn't recorded.

It will be sorely missed....

Awh, damn sad.gif. This is almost as depressing as listening to Phone Trips :(.

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432-337-9999

I don't think I've ever seen anything like this. If I'm not mistaken, it may respond to DTMF.

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432-337-9999

I don't think I've ever seen anything like this. If I'm not mistaken, it may respond to DTMF.

woah what the fuck is that

edit: it belongs to

Angel Nails

2828 Andrews Hwy

Odessa, TX 79762

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Someone picked up :(.

Yep, I got Angel Nails. That's definitely a 1AESS, an there were a lot of clunks after the guy hung up, but I don't think that's what you were referring to. I think you may be mistaken, because that guy didn't respond to DTMF :(

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Yep, I got Angel Nails. That's definitely a 1AESS, an there were a lot of clunks after the guy hung up, but I don't think that's what you were referring to. I think you may be mistaken, because that guy didn't respond to DTMF :(

Nah, ThoughtPhreaker is right, it was some weird tone. I called it myself last night.

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I'll try calling back after normal business hours.

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Yep, I got Angel Nails. That's definitely a 1AESS, an there were a lot of clunks after the guy hung up, but I don't think that's what you were referring to. I think you may be mistaken, because that guy didn't respond to DTMF :(

The machine takes a while to answer, so be sure to call the place after hours.

Nah, ThoughtPhreaker is right, it was some weird tone. I called it myself last night.

It actually sends more than one tone before it hangs up. Listen for the sound of the relay disconnecting the subscriber line from the incoming trunk to be sure of when it really hangs up. It should be a loud *clunk* at a time when it seems appropriate to hang up, but a similar sound can be heard when the 1AESS picks up the incoming trunk, and when the subscriber picks up the call, 410-362-9950 is a good example of this, since you can hear the system pick up, play wierd tones at you, and hang up.

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Yep, I got Angel Nails. That's definitely a 1AESS, an there were a lot of clunks after the guy hung up, but I don't think that's what you were referring to. I think you may be mistaken, because that guy didn't respond to DTMF :(

The machine takes a while to answer, so be sure to call the place after hours.

Nah, ThoughtPhreaker is right, it was some weird tone. I called it myself last night.

It actually sends more than one tone before it hangs up. Listen for the sound of the relay disconnecting the subscriber line from the incoming trunk to be sure of when it really hangs up. It should be a loud *clunk* at a time when it seems appropriate to hang up, but a similar sound can be heard when the 1AESS picks up the incoming trunk, and when the subscriber picks up the call, 410-362-9950 is a good example of this, since you can hear the system pick up, play wierd tones at you, and hang up.

mmm...if anyone feels like some se, since i dont have long distance until after 9, i think a nice script would be:

"Hi. this is jimmy mcdougle, with the telephone company, we were doing our scans last night, you know, for illegal telephone equipment hooked up to the line, and we had a report that there might be something illegal hooked up to your line...would you mind telling me if you have any computers or anything hooked up to (number) thanks, im sure itll only take a second..."

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661-746-0000 is a recording about your last incoming call being traced.

530-756-0000 We're sorry. your service has been interrupted. for fire, medical, and police emergencies dial 911. To discuss your account, please dial your local service provider.

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i have some more.

18002690082 skytel? enter #

18002690097;101;102;104;111;112;113;115;122;130;131;137;161;163;187 at&t deal like i mentioned earlier, access codes and such.

18002690106;109;125;128;140;168;193 'thank you and goodbye' :P

Skytel is a paging company. (Hi Bill!)

It's crazy skytel is still around...

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Skytel still exists as a company, yes. It seems like they are affiliated with Verizon Buisness now.

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503-633-2368

Yet another old AIS! The same as the variety in 419-646 area, only you can in fact not hear the MFs, unfortunately. The nice thing about this one is, though, that it lets you stay on the trunk for a good while instead of immediately dumping you off.

EDIT: Wrong number

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ok i bought a calling card and called livengood and i heard that cheep.

907-295-1234

not a very good recording

you can hear the cheep and some crosstalk at the end

livengood_2600.wav

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Wal-Mart self checkout field support thing 479 273 4357

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9072379999

It's one of the Marx brothers doing recordings for the AIS.

"The number you have a-reached is not a working number."

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516-LY3-9901

This is the exchange that served Evan Doorbell as he was growing up. Interesting that the switchman, or whoever it is that made the verification recording, still calls the exchange "LYnbrook Three". I guess unlike the Crossbar 5 that used to be there, some things don't change, even with time.

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9072379999

It's one of the Marx brothers doing recordings for the AIS.

"The number you have a-reached is not a working number."

A lot of people on Alaskan intercept recordings sound like this. Must be the cold weather.

516-LY3-9901

This is the exchange that served Evan Doorbell as he was growing up. Interesting that the switchman, or whoever it is that made the verification recording, still calls the exchange "LYnbrook Three". I guess unlike the Crossbar 5 that used to be there, some things don't change, even with time.

I don't hear about old exchange names on the 593 verification recording. Here's a recording I made of it. I get the same recording from the LY9 office, too.

5165939901.wav

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760-763-0002 Voice prompts you for a password?

Password is 0002*

Alarm system.

Enjoy :)

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