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BBS Type :
Illegal, Wares

Trivia :
previously called Digital Excess

Groups :
Bild Zeitung Staff ((Unknown))
Success ((Unknown))
Pandora (HQ)
Skid Row (HQ)
Hysteric (Support)
The Insiders (Support)

Phone :
818 812 9474

Location :
United States

Users : (2)
Rough, Tom

User Comment
Submitted by Tom on 21 June 2012
"forested wilderness" - funny words of a guy from washington..

User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 20 June 2012
What I said stands, this is a database for scene history not updating everything to cover whatever current forested wilderness you live in.

User Comment
Submitted by Tom on 20 June 2012
moloch - calm down! you are from the us, aren't you?
a prefixed country code can make sense nowadays! those days it was not necessary - we all recognized an us acn format and europeans were happy using the "us telco possibilities".
still the world does not exist/never existed with a +1 only! who knows about acn's nowadays?

User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 16 March 2012
Your response proves exactly how clueless you truly are about this issue.

PS: A "prefix" comes after the area code, try to read the phone number specs again. Doh.

User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 16 March 2012
Haha you really mean to prove something which isn't else you wouldn't have made the work to post meaningless screenshots. That the US country code isn't printed in scene releases is no proof that it doesn't exist.. doh! Also your blabla about how an American phone number is build up does not change a thing that 1 IS the international prefix code. Instead of your continous jerking around here, your app. 10 years old style rants e.g., use google and educate yourself. Not that internet information is something which can be called "education", but for you it's enough in the meanwhile.

User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 16 March 2012
Rough, stop adding a country code to every US BBS entry, god damnit! Find ten major groups that displayed their BBS numbers in intros with a country code, you won't find it. Additionally, country codes aren't needed in BBS entries, we already have "Location" data in each entry.

No. A country code isn't part of the phone number, I will continue to remove your extra added digits.

I've included specs of the phone number system used in the US, you clearly need to read it.

In the United States, phone numbers are fixed-length, with a total of 10 digits. The 3-3-4 scheme, developed by AT&T in 1947, uses three blocks of numbers arranged in two blocks of three and a single block of four digits.

Area code - Regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), area codes are used to designate a specific geographic region, such as a city or part of a state.

Prefix - The prefix originally referred to the specific switch that a phone line connected to. Each switch at a phone carrier's central office had a unique three-digit number. With the arrival of computerized switches, many systems now allow local number portability (LNP). This means that a customer's phone number can be moved to another switch without having to change any part of it, including the prefix, as long as the customer does not move out of the local-rate area.

Line number - This is the number assigned at the switch level to the phone line that you are using. Since the number is assigned to the line and not to the phone itself, you can easily change phones or add more phones to the same line.

... and to further backup my position a sampling of intros from various European cracking groups over the years ...

User Comment
Submitted by Rough on 16 March 2012
Moloch, stop removing the +1 prefixes! Goddamnit!

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