Originally posted by iamatigerI called it from my house (I had called from work) just now and got this:
hmm, that is (9 or 2 or 1)00-(32 or 18)-7-1-1-4-(5 or 0)-7-8-5-8-1
Does everyone who rings it get the same pattern? (I'm in the uk so iI'll be charged for an international call if I ring it). 1-800 numbers know the number that is ringing them, so it could be derived from that.
Originally posted by KewpieA possibility I guess. How it would relate to signal to noise ratio's I don't know.
Possibility of a line conditioning diagnostic of some kind, only meaningful to the technician who's making the call.
Originally posted by iamatigerIt's a bit bizarre no matter how you look at it.
If it was designed for a technician to ring then I think the useful info would be in the first, and perhaps the second number, and they do seem to be the most variable. The rest of the numbers could be a software version or something.