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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 #.

That would make sense as to why it only changes on weekdays, but on one occasion the color on a Friday and the following Monday was the same. That would be pretty fucked up to have to take the test so soon after, heh. Unless they just forgot to change it.

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I haven't seen many ANAC's for Phoenix, so here's one.

602 958-3474

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618-462-9999 This is a test number of some sort I think, I forgot what it is

618-462-9998 Milliwatt

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928-213-9998 Ok this one I need help with.You call it and after 11 rings a male voice(recorded) comes on the line and says "pls enter your remote access code"

after entering 1111 it auto disconnects then after calling back I tried 1234 and after a sec I hear a loud tone come across the line.I have to run so I couldnt do anymore test at the moment.

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928-213-9998 Ok this one I need help with.You call it and after 11 rings a male voice(recorded) comes on the line and says "pls enter your remote access code"

after entering 1111 it auto disconnects then after calling back I tried 1234 and after a sec I hear a loud tone come across the line.I have to run so I couldnt do anymore test at the moment.

Most likely an answering machine. A lot (if not all) answering machines will answer after 10 rings if they are turned off so they can be remotely accessed.

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928-213-9998 Ok this one I need help with.You call it and after 11 rings a male voice(recorded) comes on the line and says "pls enter your remote access code"

after entering 1111 it auto disconnects then after calling back I tried 1234 and after a sec I hear a loud tone come across the line.I have to run so I couldnt do anymore test at the moment.

Most likely an answering machine. A lot (if not all) answering machines will answer after 10 rings if they are turned off so they can be remotely accessed.

Yeah that crossed my mind.However wouldnt you think you would have more than 1 chance to enter a passcode?If just a answering machine.

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208-342-9994

208-342-9993

208-342-9995

208-343-9996

208-343-9997

208-343-9998

some of these lines give funny noises, anyone know what these are??

i have a feeling that 208-342-9994 is a DATU, but i can't be sure

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Just loops and error,reorders I hear. 342-9991.342-9996.342-9997

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the funny thing is, i tried to call the same numbers with my cell, and they didn't work. but on a landline here in boise, it works

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3 new scans and a bunch of recordings posted to my webspace, link is in my signature.

Newest scans and the most interesting crap from them are:

8005XX8378.txt

18005218378- "YHR the AT&T Consumer Services IBR Farm Monitoring System..." [This one is weird!]

18005548378- "Please enter your company DENUS digits." [Type in 4 digits] "This 800 number cannot be used to access the system..."

80055500XX.txt

18005550076- Double rings. Ring out. (1m25s) [Press * and the line just goes silent.]

18005550090- Invalid/Not in service. ["The Message Center" - Intercept is read by a live operator!]

80055564XX.txt

18005556453- ** No clue! Says "No mapping. Enter a phone number." Really weird.

18005556494- NLIS 41 50, then hold music[!], then hangs up.

Please try them out and respond if you know anything about the ones in red, those are my cool finds. :3

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3 new scans and a bunch of recordings posted to my webspace, link is in my signature.

Newest scans and the most interesting crap from them are:

8005XX8378.txt

18005218378- "YHR the AT&T Consumer Services IBR Farm Monitoring System..." [This one is weird!]

18005548378- "Please enter your company DENUS digits." [Type in 4 digits] "This 800 number cannot be used to access the system..."

80055500XX.txt

18005550076- Double rings. Ring out. (1m25s) [Press * and the line just goes silent.]

18005550090- Invalid/Not in service. ["The Message Center" - Intercept is read by a live operator!]

80055564XX.txt

18005556453- ** No clue! Says "No mapping. Enter a phone number." Really weird.

18005556494- NLIS 41 50, then hold music[!], then hangs up.

Please try them out and respond if you know anything about the ones in red, those are my cool finds. :3

those are some good numbers.

the DNIS number is intersting, if you enter a legit DNIS, it will say, two digits. A 5, and something else.

[edit] if i'm correct, then that IBR number is one used by empoyers to keep tabs on employees. :) it'd be interesting to find a uname and pass...

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New scan and recordings uploaded, here's the cool shit I found.

8007XX8378.txt

8007108378- "Welcome to LoopCare. Enter your login, followed by the pound key." [?]

8007218378- Invalid number intercept. Very loud and distorted and reads a different code every call. [**]

8007728378- Recording. Some prostate health thing. [Press # and you get a burst of dialtone.]

8007738378- Says "Please enter your security code" in a weird computer voice.

Oh, and three carriers.

8007288378

8007478378

8007988378

Comments welcome (especially the red ones!) and enjoy! :3

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BUGRUGS

dial (Area Code) 284 7847 (bug rugs)

I have heard it works with any area code.

I know 817 Works though.

If anyone is in 817 area, try it out.

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BUGRUGS

dial (Area Code) 284 7847 (bug rugs)

I have heard it works with any area code.

I know 817 Works though.

If anyone is in 817 area, try it out.

outch my ear still hearts. Nah 284-7847 in npa 440 don't work jfyi i'll try some more npa's later.

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703 didn't work either... ;)

Dang, I think i held my ear too close to the fone, too. :wacko::blink:

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okay, i was reading some old scans on PnG, and i called this number: 800-225-5857

i supposedly usd to be a PBX, now it's a kick-ass error message.

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okay, i was reading some old scans on PnG, and i called this number: 800-225-5857

i supposedly usd to be a PBX, now it's a kick-ass error message.

wow thats pretty crazy. I had a error message that was pretty cool.

It went something like this...

"The number you have reached is not in service... 420' (or something to that effect but it really did say 420 tho)

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I get an error message with a british chick:

NPA -- 202

(no SIT) "The number you have dialed has NOT been recognized. Please check, and try agaAIn."

i love english girls, hehehehe

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Hey everybody out there in TV land. I've been reading the board for a while and getting lots of cool stuff, so I suppose it's time I posted some cool numbers of my own. All are 402 area code, Alltel.

Carriers:

323-0149 Very interesting, but I'd say it's supposed to use some propriatary terminal program. Check it out, as well as 0148.

Other:

323-0186 State Atty. General, default password

472-9920 Blast of DTMF. Wonder what the number is

436-4195 I've found lots of numbers which are somthing like this. It sounds like some kind of an outdoor mic. to me, maybe? A few of these type of numbers respond in different ways to spoken sound or DTMF.

472-9909 Another one

436-4000 Phone company that no longer exists

Got lots more where this came from. I certainly welcome any information that anyone can discover about these numbers.

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800-697-8895 I hope this is the number, as I am doing it out of memory. I can't figure this thing out. It says "You have 34 minutes", like it's a phone card, then connects you to a live person (not an operator).

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1-800-521-2846 - a faxback I got from some site, works pretty good (just request the cover sheet)

985 868-8506 - a payphone inside of target (in the customer help center or whatever, some black lady always works there)

985 223-2575 - This number is like, internal at target, I got it from one of those red phones that they say you can use to get customer service inside the store, but there were some other phones that I found once, all have the same number, just different extensions. 3471 is one extension and 3640 is another, what they are extensions for, I dunno, I never called to check.

985 446-1265 - a phone on a poll in my local walmart, it's next to the discount isle way in the back.

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Oh my, I called up that elevator, 810 732-9037 and like every minute or so, you hear this fucked up voice saying something, like really REALLY slow, it sounds like satan, but it says the same thing

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*070000# -- Should make it fast...

*07 is the pincode command. 0000 is the invalid pincode but it speeded it up for me. I have an elevator command set--- in German -_- Maybe the commands are the same for US elevators? :X I guess I'll translate it in the near future.

Also: You need to press # every so often to make sure the connection is not terminated I think. This is because the elevator needs to make sure that the emergancy op is still there. :ninja: It will confirm that you are still there with a long beep. Then a short beep is bringing you back to the intercom system inside the elevator.

Note: My assumptions are based on that German command set I am talking about. They may be incorrect. I am sorry if they are. For all interested: The emergancy system for German elevators is called REM5, and is programmed via a DTMF phone.

BTW, if anyone wants some untranslated scans, pm me.

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