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813-948-0280 is definitely a fax machine. It answers after one ring and the strange ringing you here thereafter is just simulated by the fax machine.

I believe that 813-948-0050 is also a fax machine or some other type of carrier. Once again, this one plays a simulated ringing (after it pickups on the 4th ring), and is answered by a tone of some kind. I have heard TONS of these before but usually after playing the short tone burst they follow up with a fax or modem carrier. This one could be awaiting some kind of response first. It's not a milliwatt or test line, though, and this can be confirmed by calling it back right after you hang up. The line will be busy, meaning that this device (probably fax machine) is still awaiting a response and has not timed out and closed the line yet.

813-948-0320 is an interesting one. The humming noise sounds like a 60Hz bad ground...it sounds like two lines are physically connected to one terminating point. In other words, after you dial this number it is actually ringing two different lines at once. You can hear the VMB greeting playing while the hum comes and goes every few seconds... but always at constant intervals. I think the recurring on/off humming is the 2nd line still ringing!

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wtf taken away?

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qwest interconnect service center: 1-888-796-9087

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neuro i bet you could call them and say your some clec and get some info out of em...like maybe a test line number directory!

greyarea: 9996 is a 102 test line (milliwatt), 9992 is another milliwatt tone i guess, but i forget the technical # they give that one. none of em are datus. datus arent all high pitched like those. for a datu sound call 802-244-9980. then youll know what to be listening for. but your in qwest territory and i dont think they use datu's, atleast not as commonly as verizon does. you should make a new thread and post your 602 scan tho.

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Hmm,Thx Natas ,Do you have to call datu's from a landline?When I call that number I get disconnected right away.Theres other numbers I found last night that did the same.6028419998

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no it doesnt matter how you call it...

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speaking of datus, theres been stuff happening with the ones NJ, where i live. As we all know decoder did a project to write down and release a list NJ datus, sounded like a good idea, but instead we have lost all the datus in NJ (just try what was mine- (732)-477-9935), there did have their passnumbers changed at first, but now verizon has gone a step further and moved all of them to unknown numbers (which I don't know, hopefully not random). There might be a chance they are all on the same numbers (like they were all on 9935). This brings me to a point, I'm sure it didn't cross his mind (decoder, not yelling or complaining (much) here man, not blaiming you either, ok), but when anyplace (I.E. Verizon) has secret info given out, they try to make it secret again (as what was done). Plenty of people out there may have wanted to play with a datu, and you could always say "just use NJ," but not any more. The point I'm trying to make is that what we know, well certain things, that are not suppossed to be general knowledge. Some things we must be carefull with. It would had been better to had left it with "all nj datus are on 9935," a list wasn't needed. Now many datus have been hidden from us.

what I'm saying here is, think before you phreak/act, and just try not to keep this from happening again.

***In the mean time, I will be scanning my whole switch (thanks to the help from superpages site), and hope to find it (but I'm still screwed on passcode). If anyone would like to help, pm me, I will be starting this soon (first we should, including me, get the 944 project done).***

Thanks all

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HOLY SHIT! FUCK....

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false charges

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Call this one 602 277 9994 after pressing 1111# then # some more(heh) this robot guy comes on the line and tells me commands I can do.Pretty cool shit Im excited about it.:)

greyarea, fuck yeah. muthafuckin' datu on a qwest rboc 5e. i suggest everyone put that one in their pipe, and consider smoking it. :lol:

i wonder if 9994 is a common thing......

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taken away

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yes it is.602 271 9994 is another one I found when I did my 602 271 99xx scans last night!!!I feel really good that on my first scans I found shit.I will be scanning every motherfucking thing I can here in phx:)

HAHA.... i found like 4 others, i've scanned half of 928.... i GUESS i'll leave 480 to you, i'll take 520, and then we'll compare notes?

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the "dancing milliwatt":

928-785-9994

928-726-9994

928-344-9994

928-341-9994

928-428-9994

and, also in the realm of useless shit....

the REALLY LOUD disconected message:

928-305-9994

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holy shit!!!!!!!! wtf?!!!!!! a DATU that answers with a dialtone?????????? and sounds like hes on speed??!? wtf!?

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thats a SASS unit!!! plus its got all the datu functions?!

edit: wow somehow i got it to be a SASS unit but now all im getting is the datu functions again??! i bet this thing is setup to be able to access a bunch of different test units all from 1 number. its like dialing an extension.

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Call this one 602 277 9994  after pressing 1111# then # some more(heh) this robot guy comes on the line and tells me commands I can do.Pretty cool shit Im excited about it.:)

greyarea, fuck yeah. muthafuckin' datu on a qwest rboc 5e. i suggest everyone put that one in their pipe, and consider smoking it. :lol:

i wonder if 9994 is a common thing......

The number listed here isn't a Datu, sounds more like an Extender!

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thats a SASS unit!!! plus its got all the datu functions?!

edit: wow somehow i got it to be a SASS unit but now all im getting is the datu functions again??! i bet this thing is setup to be able to access a bunch of different test units all from 1 number. its like dialing an extension.

natas, a SASS responds as an ANAC.

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dude. its a fucking SASS. i swear. i got in twice and it listed the exact options listed in the SASS manual. its really fucking weird and it seems hard to replicate the process of getting it to list the SASS options and not the DATU ones. this thing is fucking weird, thats all i know.

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SASS's dont necessarily have to answer as an ANAC. if you check out the manual, it says you can set it to answer with almost any one of the functions it has, such as milliwatt, ringback or even a silent line. As far as this "dialtone" thing, the only thing I can say it that it must be some sort of "all-in-one" number that they setup for whatever reason that will drop you into different test units.

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exactly what i was thinking. it seems really hard to get it to go to the SASS unit tho. i dont get it.

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great find, always wanted to play with a sass

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Here's a number that I thought was pretty weird:

1-800-999-8814 - "We're sorry, the program you are accessing is not presently in our database. Please hang up now, and you will not be charged."

Any idea what this could be? (or could have been?)

Are they trying to say if I don't hang up, I am going to be charged?

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:0 taking away until I complete the datu search in phx for all!

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Okay, this one is pretty freaking strange. Call it and listen, and if you know what the fuck it is, please tell me. :wacko:

1-757-222-9999

It's ringing, but seems to have some kind of busy signal stuck into it... I haven't got an answer, so I dunno if it's actually ringing anything, but it's fucking weird.

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And as for the 800-213-TEST (8378) number, the color changes every weekday. I still haven't figured out what the fuck its for, though.

I am guessing its for people on probation who are supposed to call it daily. If it says the color they are assigned they have to report to their PO for a UA. I have seen this before but never a tollfree #.

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