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419-646-2111 - Sensaphone

fear, I think i may record this and mix it up a little... the time is off just a tad.

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Here's a few more calling card access numbers

800-708-0943 - Sprint/CVS

800-708-0945 - Sprint/CVS

800-708-0948 - Sprint/CVS

800-801-3058 - Sprint

800-819-6385 - Sprint (this one runs on the older platform the other numbers used to run on)

800-706-1711 - Verizon/7-11 (uses MCI long distance)

800-601-5976 - MCI

888-879-6330 - AT&T/Target

800-471-1805 - AT&T/Eckerd

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This is just a bunch of crap that I've found recently.

847-297-9999 "To continue talking, please deposit 25 cents for the next 5 mins."

800-847-0942 "Welcome to Good Samaritan Hospital's digital dictation system. Please enter your user id followed by the pound key."

847-403-9000 & 9001 IP relay operator

847-403-8800 "The number you have dialed is NIS at this time. Please check the number and try again."

847-403-8811 & 8812 & 8816 "Please enter your authorization code now." I find these everywhere and I still know almost nothing about them. Generally whenever you find one of these, you'll find a few of them grouped together along with another number asking for another code of some sort, except it sounds a lot more professional and oriented towards customer use. The "more professional" number associated with this one is...

847-403-8817 "Please enter your PIN"

312-382-0001 ATT global assurance center

847-407-9999 and 7999 milliwatt

847-407-8900 Normal ring to a ring that sounds sort of like fast pulse dialing to a fax/carrier

847-407-5999 This is a weird one. This number is silent, and it never hangs up on you. However, this can be reached from several numbers scattered around 407-59xx. But the thing is, it can only be connected to one line at a time, if you call it when it's in use, you'll get a busy. I think it’s a misconfiguration of some sort.

847-407-2998 I think this is a test number of some sort but I'm not quite sure. Any sound passed through this is distorted very strangely.

618-462-9999 "Please dial the directory number for which call forwarding will be activated or deactivated followed by your personal identification number."

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Here's some goodies the company IBM has me contracted to at the moment (Adecco) probably doesn't want leaked. Enjoy.

ISAC (Internal Security Access Control): 631.844.7302

ISAC after hours: 631.988.9540

Voice Operations (All telcom for Adecco): 631.844.7537

USA.NET (Exchange server host for Adecco): 800.353.4322

303.876.4107 (International Exchange Postmaster)

Ajilon-FOL (Financial Office Legal) Helpdesk: 800.676.9885

Field Support: 800.676.9885 (again)

MAC support (Not that Mac..): 631.844.7430

Procurement desk: 631.844.7705

[EDIT] Grammar hell...[/EDIT]

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646-519-9395 - Conference bridge of sorts. No passcode, no drop tone, join tone is as many bursts of dialtone as there are callers in the conference. Enjoy!

641-787-2200 - We're sorry, due to heavy call volume, we are unable to answer your call at this time. Please try your call again later. Thank you. <loops>

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847-330-9998 - I don't even know what this number is, but the ring it makes is crazy. It rings in a 1-12-123 pattern. I scanned the rest of 330-99xx and didn't really find much else.

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Actually, looks like 646-519-9390 through 646-519-9399 are all conference lines.

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(706) 359-5555 - Time and Temperature for Lincolnton, GA. There's a really loud hum in the background, and this machine seems to have one word phrases. The guy that does the advertisement and weather report is definitely from the deep, deep south. I haven't heard an announcement system like this one before.

(724) 626-1500 - This Time and Temp also has a very loud hum, but that's about all that's interesting about this one. It might be fixed soon, because I called this one a few days ago, and there wasn't any hum.

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435-257-5141 - Holy crap, it's a DATU doing time! :lol: What's interesting is that they have another machine running, in case this one is busy.

603-529-7511 - Weatherchron Vintage

770-455-7141 - Weatherchron Modern

Actually, looks like 646-519-9390 through 646-519-9399 are all conference lines.

Didn't see that one. Thanks for pointing it out :) .

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Numbers from my recent travels. Not held responsible for repeats.

800-281-2288 - AT&T Cantonese

800-300-5315 - AT&T Vietnamese

800-300-6657 - AT&T Korean

800-333-2828 - AT&T Mandarin

800-483-7772 - Verizon Korean

800-573-7573 - AT&T Japanese

800-956-8084 - AT&T Filipino

888-878-9188 - Verizon Chinese

513-241-1010 - time & temp

513-721-1700 - time & temp

513-727-1010 - time & temp

513-932-1111 - time & temp

812-537-0101 - time & temp

812-667-6000 - time & temp (Fleet)

812-744-6000 - time & temp (Fleet)

937-499-1212 - time & temp

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402-434-0005 - POTS number for the Windstream Business Office

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At&t Payphone Services

8001 Aetna Rd

Cleveland, OH

(216) 641-9611

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212-393-9800 - "You have reached a non-working number at AT&T. If you are calling from outside, you can reach our attendant by calling 393-9800. If you are calling from inside, please consult your directory."

This recording sounds horrible and is hard to understand, but it's some pretty old-skool text......but how am I supposed to get their attendant :lol:

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212-393-9800 - "You have reached a non-working number at AT&T. If you are calling from outside, you can reach our attendant by calling 393-9800. If you are calling from inside, please consult your directory."

This recording sounds horrible and is hard to understand, but it's some pretty old-skool text......but how am I supposed to get their attendant :lol:

Yeah I remember finding this # about a year ago. Its just a recording, nothing dynamic or interactive about it... I don't think you CAN get an attendant anymore.

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It might be just an old vestige of AT&T having local service provided by the RBOC. What with the establishment of AT&T Local service, they've probably moved everything over to their own exchange. A nonetheless, a search for 'site:att.com 212-393' will turn up nothing. If you saw the scan that I did, there were a lot of ringouts, though. There very well could be extensions on there, since if AT&T didn't get a PBX for their New York offices, they could very well still be using 5E Centrex equipment, and just thought it wouldn't justify the effort of porting everything over to their own local numbers.

The recording is still there, though, and that's what counts much more then talking to a bunch of bewildered AT&T employees.

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It might be just an old vestige of AT&T having local service provided by the RBOC. What with the establishment of AT&T Local service, they've probably moved everything over to their own exchange. A nonetheless, a search for 'site:att.com 212-393' will turn up nothing. If you saw the scan that I did, there were a lot of ringouts, though. There very well could be extensions on there, since if AT&T didn't get a PBX for their New York offices, they could very well still be using 5E Centrex equipment, and just thought it wouldn't justify the effort of porting everything over to their own local numbers.

The recording is still there, though, and that's what counts much more then talking to a bunch of bewildered AT&T employees.

I also got the AT&T recording on 212-393-3200 and 212-393-1526. This PBX is all over the place.

While we're on the topic of AT&T PBX's (or Centrexes), I found another in New York City. This one has a much simpler and more elegant disconnected number recording, 212-387-4732, and there's a working number at 212-387-4009, so this PBX might serve all of the 4xxx block. I'm sure there's many more of these in New York City.

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859-259-2333 - Time and Temperature in Lexington, KY, provided by Windstream. Listen carefully to this one, there are two voices in use; the first is a random lady who does the Windstream advertisements, and the second is Jane Barbe, who announces the greeting phrase (good morning, afternoon, evening), as well as the time and temperature. I love finding time and temp machines that still have Jane on them :)

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It might be just an old vestige of AT&T having local service provided by the RBOC. What with the establishment of AT&T Local service, they've probably moved everything over to their own exchange. A nonetheless, a search for 'site:att.com 212-393' will turn up nothing. If you saw the scan that I did, there were a lot of ringouts, though. There very well could be extensions on there, since if AT&T didn't get a PBX for their New York offices, they could very well still be using 5E Centrex equipment, and just thought it wouldn't justify the effort of porting everything over to their own local numbers.

The recording is still there, though, and that's what counts much more then talking to a bunch of bewildered AT&T employees.

I also got the AT&T recording on 212-393-3200 and 212-393-1526. This PBX is all over the place.

While we're on the topic of AT&T PBX's (or Centrexes), I found another in New York City. This one has a much simpler and more elegant disconnected number recording, 212-387-4732, and there's a working number at 212-387-4009, so this PBX might serve all of the 4xxx block. I'm sure there's many more of these in New York City.

Yes, there are. There are also old analog switches in the NYC metro area.

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Hi I was going over some extensions on my asterisk server, and checking that things worked after a migration. I noticed that this #: 888-567-8688 changed it's format a bit to tighten security. Does anyone know of a number that does what this one used to ;) ???

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At&t Payphone Services

8001 Aetna Rd

Cleveland, OH

(216) 641-9611

It's a club/Bar. LOL

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At&t Payphone Services

8001 Aetna Rd

Cleveland, OH

(216) 641-9611

It's a club/Bar. LOL

Ha! That it is! I've had that number for some time. Guess that I should have checked to make sure that it still went to At&t payphone services. :blush:

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At&t Payphone Services

8001 Aetna Rd

Cleveland, OH

(216) 641-9611

It's a club/Bar. LOL

Ha! That it is! I've had that number for some time. Guess that I should have checked to make sure that it still went to At&t payphone services. :blush:

LMAO That would've helped.

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847-342-9999 A broken/messed up recording. Lotsa fun. Of course, normally, where the announcer says "the following tones are for the hearing impaired," TTY tones play. If anyone has any more of these, it would be fun if you posted them.

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