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A buncha shitty toll-free numbers.

800-219-7503 -3 DTMF tones -> an Ingeneo NIS recording.
800-219-7504 -800-219-7511 -"(Reads back its number (Possibly the
DNIS)) is a non-working number with phonepeople.com"
800-219-7512 -711 number
800-219-7514 -"Please enter your personal identifaction number (pause)
This authorization code has been disabled. Dial 0 for assistance," then
it goes to a busy. It doesn't even seem to detect DTMF though.
800-219-7534 -Just repeating SIT tones, to silence. It doesn't hang up
and supports more than one callers.
800-219-7549 -A blue hippo number that will just hit you with a
recording if the call is not from a state that blue hippo provides
service in.
800-219-7567 -ATT easy reach 800, password 00. Doesn't connect to
anything interesting, though.
800-219-7584 -"Thank you for your time, goodbye."
800-219-7585 -A dictation system for a hospital. I'm not entirely sure
what purpose these serve, but they seem to hold/require a lot of
information (One prompt asks for the patients SSN). I've found another
one of these at 800-847-0942.
800-219-7588 -A scary phone sex recording
800-219-7590 -A longer recording by a lady that I call the "Noot" lady,
from her recordings for MCI and other companies (for example:
847-270-8999)
800-219-7595 -SIT tones to silence
800-219-7416 -Carrier, I think. It sounds a lot different than a fax
machine.
800-219-7796 -Orange answer phone, a voicemail with a British accent.
800-219-7784 -IDT express care.
800-219-7780 -A really fast talking NIS recording. She gets cut off by
a busy signal in the middle of her third repetition.
800-219-7471 -silence. It doesn't supe, I guess it never connects.
After a while, you get a flashable (possibly meaning it's not from your
tandem or end office switch) busy.
800-219-7460 -NIS recording, but any DTMF promptly hangs the call up.
Numbers like these are incredibly useful for COCOT phreaking.
800-219-7459 -After a lot of rings, the tandem that I was connected to
this with (ATT's 081T) dropped me to a recording saying "You're
party is not answering. Please try your call again later. We're sorry
but your call will now be disconnected. 081T" I think its crazy that
the tandem would cut in like that.
800-423-7586 - "United carrier networks and buyers united" -> hang up.
Responds to DTMF. I'm wondering if it might be looking for a PIN of
some sort, because it accepts certain digits but hangs up on others. Edited by samo

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When you call numbers and let the other side hang up with yourself on the line, why do you hear a short snip of a voice for a second before the error message is played?

"If you'd like to make a call, please hang up and try again"


Orion

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[quote name='orion1' post='322229' date='Nov 6 2008, 07:12 PM']When you call numbers and let the other side hang up with yourself on the line, why do you hear a short snip of a voice for a second before the error message is played?

"If you'd like to make a call, please hang up and try again"


Orion[/quote]
It's a software bug on some DMS-100 switches. I'm not sure if it affects the DMS-10 as well.

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This bug is a noise, or is it an actual person on the line for a sec? It always sounds like someone talking, as if the opened the line up on a speakerphone suddenly and shut it off again. What type of software is used to operate the phone network, like AT&T for example?

1-800-999-9999 runaway hotline

1-800-888-8888 staten corporate & casual

1-800-777-7777 ingles sin barrerias or english without barriers (english learning products for spanish

speakers)

1-800-666-6666 Schandler & associates

1-800-555-5555 "this number will no longer accept collect calls" or something like that

1-800-444-4444 MCI ANAC

1-800-333-3333 similar message as 555-5555

1-800-222-2222 again

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[quote name='samo' post='322022' date='Nov 3 2008, 09:10 PM']800-219-7459 -After a lot of rings, the tandem that I was connected to
this with (ATT's 081T) dropped me to a recording saying "You're
party is not answering. Please try your call again later. We're sorry
but your call will now be disconnected. 081T" I think its crazy that
the tandem would cut in like that.[/quote]

It's not uncommon for AT&T 4ESS switches to do that, and for DMS-200 switches (or is it DMS-300?) for Sprint. Technically these are "non-completion disconnect" recordings.

Why? They're trying to do two things. One is to get you off of their network (hogging resources), but most importantly to prevent toll fraud. MCI just goes to reorder after two minutes. Other smaller carriers go to reorder as well.

When dialing a call, AT&T doesn't connect forward voice path until the distant end connects (again, preventing toll fraud), while other carriers such as MCI and Sprint don't care and forward voice path still goes through. Granted, there isn't anything really good to play around with anymore (hmmm.. blue boxing anyone?) but it's still there anyhow.

Edit: I tried dialing that number from my landline, it just goes to reorder. Edited by dmine45

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I found a bunch of toll free numbers today that all go to Windstream's customer service number. They're pretty pointless, but here they are anyway, if you ever don't feel like calling their main number...

866-990-3282
888-292-3827
866-823-1826
800-990-4449
800-347-1991
800-501-1754
800-582-3132

Yes, these all do the same thing....

And for something more interesting, this one puts you right into the call queue. No menus!!!!
800-800-6609

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[quote name='JmanA9' post='324339' date='Dec 3 2008, 12:37 PM']I found a bunch of toll free numbers today that all go to Windstream's customer service number. They're pretty pointless, but here they are anyway, if you ever don't feel like calling their main number...

866-990-3282
888-292-3827
866-823-1826
800-990-4449
800-347-1991
800-501-1754
800-582-3132

Yes, these all do the same thing....

And for something more interesting, this one puts you right into the call queue. No menus!!!!
800-800-6609[/quote]
I just started scanning some local windstream exchanges here.. I'll post my findings here or in the scan a day thread.

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828-749-9999 - Carrier, 1200 baud. Couldn't get it to echo/display anything, though.
828-749-9998 - Uhh, self explanitory...
828-650-0453 - Courtesy phone (y'know, the ones where they've got metal over the keypads and speed dial numbers to all the nearby hotels/rental car companies?) at the Asheville, NC airport. It accepts incoming calls, but I'm not sure if it rings or not.
828-650-0454 - Another courtesy phone

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516-890-1900 Verizon call block test line
212-968-5673 (this spells you-lose) "Ra0 channel 0, Ra0 channel 0" whatever that means

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215-219-0007-"Your party is not answering.Please try your call later.We're sorry but your call will be disconnected." (074T)
215-219-0003-"Welcome to Verizon Wireless.The wireless customer you called is not available at this time.Please try your call again later." (announcement 1 switch 8-5)
215-219-0011-"Welcome to Verizon Wireless.The number you dialed has been changed,disconnected or is no longer in service..." (announcement 2 switch 8-5)
215-219-0017-"Welcome to Verizon Wireless.The wireless customer you called is not available at this time.Please try your call again later."(announcement 1 switch 8-5)

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520-315-5555 - carrier
520-418-5555 - carrier
520-430-5555 - carrier
520-430-9901 - COCOT
520-550-5555 - carrier
520-562-5555 - carrier
520-562-9901 - COCOT
520-562-9902 - COCOT
520-796-5555 - carrier
520-836-0000 - silent
520-836-0002 - carrier
520-836-9902 - carrier
520-836-9992 - 105-type test
520-836-9994 - silent
520-836-9996 - milliwatt (102-type test)
520-836-9997 - quiet term (100-type test)

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You know one of those scans that seems to be going well until you hit, say, your tenth number, and everything all but disappears?

I hate that...

870-287-0000 - Number called not accepting calls rec
870-287-0001 - CBCAD
870-287-0002 - CBCAD
870-287-0005 - Party on your own line rec
870-287-0006 - CBCAD
870-287-0008 - Weird loud ringing-ish sound

For all of you who haven't seen a loop yet, but haven't tried to find one of their own, consider this a "trial" loop - once you're connected, you have thirty seconds to talk before the switch dumps the second caller to silence. Always call 9408 first.

By the way, only DMS-10 loops will act like this. I'm not talking about the time limit, but the way it reacts to certain things. Other switches may (and generally do) act differently.

828-749-9408 - End 1
828-749-9409 - End 2

Edited for clarity. Edited by ThoughtPhreaker

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cool numbers ty guys :)

for resporg, try 800-223-7268
Telus AB, reseller services they can tell resporg, just tell them you are from repair and got this contact number from business tech support for example if they ask

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[quote name='samo' post='306585' date='Apr 29 2008, 09:20 AM']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.[/quote]

IT'S MORRIS CODE: E-I-S is: :roll: dot, dot-dot, dot-dot-dot. Now figure out what "EIS" is? OK? :roll:

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Thanks to Haxor Radio:
elevator number in a parking garage that has 10 floors:
402-492-9135

Also, 402-492-9134 has a different voice telling you that the call has been disconnected. Anyone know which phone company this is?

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[quote name='Kayara' post='328657' date='Jan 21 2009, 02:12 PM']Thanks to Haxor Radio:
elevator number in a parking garage that has 10 floors:
402-492-9135

Also, 402-492-9134 has a different voice telling you that the call has been disconnected. Anyone know which phone company this is?[/quote]

Qwest is the telco for that NPA/NXX. OMAHNEFODS0 switch 5ES [url="http://www.telcodata.us/telcodata/switchinfo?clli=OMAHNEFODS0"]Detailed Switch infomation[/url]

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901-867-0000 Bell South Remote Access Service?

This is to active call features like Call Foward Variable remotely. You would enter in your number xxx-xxxx and it would prompt you for an access number xxxx than you could hit *72 to active or *73 to deactive call foward variable.


[quote name='natas' post='34420' date='Dec 30 2003, 05:03 PM']great i just typed this whole shit out then accidentally closed it. you guys are lucky im bored and took the time to go back and type this shit out again....but anyways i havent tested some of these in awhile but i bet they all still work.

1800-944-8952 A Company in Japan?! rad hold music! i know youll like this one decoder.

1888-275-5377 A Verizon fax on demand number

802-773-2643 listing for Mr. A. Blackman. Wonder if hes related to Mr. Robinwood Blackman at 802-786-9902....

802-439-9300 Carrier - an ascend terminal server that drops you to a prompt

802-228-9905 Carrier - probably a dial in to TDS local switch

802-285-0003 "There is an alarm at the Franklin Central office. To cancel the alarm notification dial 285-9999. This will not correct what caused the alarm and you still need to come to the central office to correct it. Thank y--"

802-747-0631 Pump Station

845-735-9951 "All outstanding request have been canceled"

207-935-9941 This guy Kurt @ Northland telephone who works on their EWSDs.

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

585-225-9999 DATU for Frontier Telephone of Rochester (NY) serving exactly 20 exchanges

901-867-0000 Bell South Remote Access Service?

612-871-5555 Joybubbles the old blind phone phreak guy.[/quote]

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Here's the transcript of an extension card taken from the Barnes and Noble in Charlottesville, Virginia.

200 - Manager
201 - Info-Cooking
202 - Info-Children's
203 - Info-Ref
205 - Breakroom
206 - Cashwrap Reg#7
207 - Cashwrap Reg#5
208 - Cashwrap Reg#1
212 - Receiving
214 - Cafe
217 - Cashroom
218 - CRM/Events
222 - Central Info Right Side
223 - Central Info
224 - Central Info Left Side
225 - Magazines
241 - Wireless #1 Kids Phone
242 - Wireless #2 Primary CS
243 - Wireless #3 2nd CS
244 - Wireless #4 3rd CS
245 - Wireless #4 4th CS
246 - Wireless #5 5th CS
247 - Wireless #6 Cust Calls
248 - Wireless #7 MOD
400 - Voicemail

CRM - 1-434-984-6598
HR - 1-800-799-5335
District Office - 1-804-594-3709
Help Desk - 1-516-338-8205

Does anybody know what the HR number is? Whatever it is, it sounds interesting.

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Human Resources. Hiring, payroll (hence the talk about W2's), etc.; they're the people with all of the records.

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It sounds like they're outsourcing to these people - [url="http://www.theworknumber.com/"]http://www.theworknumber.com/[/url] . Wonder how easy it'd be to social an employer code :) .

847-941-9999 - heheheheh, I love broken recordings.

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[quote name='ThoughtPhreaker' post='331753' date='Mar 1 2009, 07:20 PM']It sounds like they're outsourcing to these people - [url="http://www.theworknumber.com/"]http://www.theworknumber.com/[/url] . Wonder how easy it'd be to social an employer code :) .

847-941-9999 - heheheheh, I love broken recordings.[/quote]
try a five digit number for the employer code. 12001 12002 etc works

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A bunch of automated book renewal systems for various libraries.

The cool thing is that these can be used as DTMF decoders by playing DTMF tones when it asks for a library card number and then hitting # to hear it read back the input.

You can try finding more numbers like these off the web for your local NPA, I've discovered that they come in two flavors: the DTMF read back kind, and another type that just says "invalid card, try again".

Toll free ones:
866 697 3639
888 672 8983

207 871 1734
207 871 1762
240 777 0007
319 356 5200 Press 31
519 886 5480 Press 1
615 862 5890
626 296 0071
734 394 0093
807 344 7138 Press 1
814 455 2475
847 590 8706
905 333 3701
951 826 5206 Press 1
952 279 5244

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anac number from a winstar tech.
1-800-223-1104
pass code: 911306

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