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TUCoPS :: Phreaking General Information :: on958.txt

A brief thread on 958, ANAC etc. Reveals the Austin TX and NYC ANACs!




Subject: Re: dialing 958 test exchange
Date: 19 Sep 2002 08:10:02 -0700

Lucky225@2600.com (Lucky225) wrote in message news:<ee6fd48a.0208241038.4dc3cc09@posting.google.com>...
> 958 is USUALLY a test exchange not always, and it varies from central
> office to central office and what phone company the office is served
> by, for instance, here in california verizon uses 958-1114 as the
> local ANAC, however if you dial 909-958-1114 you'll get a
> disconnected/out-of-service message, you can only dial it from a
> verizon central office, in new york just dialing 958 gets you anac, in
> pacbell 958-last 4 digits of your phone number is ring back, etc..
> etc.., not every CO has 958 as the test exchange tho, some COs keep
> test numbers in prefix-99xx or prefix-00xx, you just have to play
> around, for instance when I lived in Austin I found out the local ANAC
> was 830, i didn't find any test #s in 958. Good luck
> 
> ccrailroad@yahoo.dk (819Johnny) wrote in message news:<670d1f63.0208191457.3cc1f078@posting.google.com>...
> > I read lots of files and all of them refers test numbers around here
> > to the 958 plant test exchange. I never been able to reach them. I
> > dialed 958-XXXX, 1-958-XXXX or 1-NPA(819)-958-XXXX from payphones and
> > business lines. What's wrong? Is there something I missed? By the way,
> > anyone have heard about NBTel numbers in area code 451? This npa's
> > unlisted...

well i know that in VA the verizon telebitch will come on when you use
the 958 prefix so be careful



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