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US Phone Numbers? Data Centers/Landlines?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by CashFlowKing, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. CashFlowKing

    CashFlowKing Regular Member

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    Does anyone know of a good source to buy US phone numbers that are NOT VOIP or pre paid cell phones? Landline or DID numbers that can be forwarded to a Skype number

    Any advice would be appreciated
     
  2. zebrahat

    zebrahat Elite Member

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    Tossabledigits.com is a good start.
     
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  3. ElectroMan

    ElectroMan Regular Member

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    I know some PVA sellers buy them from AT&T.
     
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  4. merlinkid

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    Where do you go to get information on buying the numbers from ATT that are cheap ?
     
  5. bradsteves

    bradsteves Registered Member

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    Aren't VOIP numbers DID numbers purchased by a VOIP company?
     
  6. CashFlowKing

    CashFlowKing Regular Member

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    Just bought one from AT&T, under $10 a month, but that is just for one number

    There are two types of DID numbers:

    the landline ones (Direct Inward Dialing is used when your PBX telco connection allows direct dialling to extensions within a PBX, using physical lines (or channels on a PRI) on a shared basis. DID service consists of identifying the "called party" by using DTMF or by digital means, before connecting each call. The service can be sent over an E&M Wink T-1 as DTMF and also as D-Channel information on a PRI.)

    and the new age VOIP ones

    I am looking for the old fashion ones, that are not VOIP

    I will check out your advice Zebra, thank you

    I tried ringcentral but it didn't work for what I needed it for since it was a VOIP I later realized, good thing they have a 30 day trial :)