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    • * (LASS) Codes

      * (LASS) Codes

      LASS codes are numbers you enter on your telephone touch-pad to access special features of the telephone system. The most well-known LASS codes are *67 to toggle Caller-ID blocking and *69, for Call Return. Local Area Signalling Services (LASS) and Custom Calling Feature Control Codes: Service Tone Pulse Notes Assistance/Police 12 n/a [1] Cancel forwarding

    • How to Block Caller-ID

      How to Block Caller-ID

      Always test as much as possible before relying on any technique to block Caller-ID. Some of these methods to block Caller-ID work in some areas, but not in others. Block Caller-ID For a Single Call Using a LASS Code Dial *67 before you dial the number. (141 in the United Kingdom) Block Caller-ID On All

    • CLEC (Competitive Local Exchange Carrier)

      CLEC (Competitive Local Exchange Carrier)

      A CLEC, or Competitive Local Exchange Carrier, is a type of telecommunications provider that was formed after the breakup of AT&T. CLECs are usually smaller telecommunications providers that compete with ILECs, or Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers, which were already in place before AT&T’s separation. While CLECs generally provide the same services as ILECS for less,

    • Forward and Reverse Channels

      Forward and Reverse Channels

      Forward and reverse channels refer to a number of frequencies that are used by a telecommunications broadcast system in order for a telephone tower and a cellular telephone to communicate with each other. A forward channel refers to the frequencies used by a telephone tower to communicate with all nearby cellular phones. Contrastingly, a reverse

    • Phone Phreaking

      Phone Phreaking

      Phone phreaking is the act of gaining illegal access to resources of telecom networks for fun or malicious activity. Before computer hacking took over, phreaking was the dominant underground tech activity. Some phone phreakers just wanted to understand how telecom infrastructure worked. Others wanted to make free long distance phone calls. As voice and data

    • How to Restore a Blackberry to Factory Settings

      How to Restore a Blackberry to Factory Settings

      A Blackberry is a “smartphone” that integrates a phone, media player, email client, web browser, camera, and personal digital assistant (PDA) in a single device. It has many purposes and allows users to perform a number of tasks such as creating notes, accessing the Internet, and scheduling events. Blackberry phones represent over 14% of the

    • Cell Phone Jammer

      Cell Phone Jammer

      With so many people using cell phones these days, one of the devices that have popped- up on the market are cell phone jammers. Be advised that cell phone jammers are usually black market devices, since using them is illegal in most municipalities. However, for those that are tired of hearing endless cell phone conversations

    • How to Fool Caller ID

      How to Fool Caller ID

      Caller ID is a telephone service that provides the caller’s phone number and name to the receiver. This data is either displayed on the phone itself or on a caller ID box that is attached to the phone. Most phone providers charge a small fee for this service. It helps people to identify prank callers,

    • 66 block

      66 block

      A 66 block is a punch-down block used to connect wiring for telephone systems and other low-speed low-voltage wiring applications. A punch-down tool is used to force solid wire into metal slots on the 66 block. The 25-pair standard non-split 66 Block encloses 50 rows; each row has four columns of clips that are electrically

    • Call Center Solutions

      Call Center Solutions

      Call centers are usually a centralized location or office where communications over a phone or Internet can either be received or dispatched. Call centers answer or dispatch large amounts of calls. Most call centers are set up for either support services, customer acquisitions, business to business marketing or direct response services, either way, call centers

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