I like to use the Wireless AMBER Alerts site to check numbers. Not all carriers are listed, but many are.
Ah, the Cinglebar tool sucks dognuts -- as it appears to be less than foolproof. I wish they'd bring back the ATTWS LNP utility, which would list the OCN of any given number. Sprint/Nextel has a similar facility, and appears to do lookups in real-time:
Select the number(s) to display the textual OCN name...
and THIS is a perfect example as to why people are idiots when they reply "just use the search feature" for any type of general question. HELP people instead of just calling them "noobs"
Good post. Regardless of what is above my post. I visit here daily, but didn't know about this.
This is going to be bookmarked. ; )
I'm not sure who this is directed towards, but I hope you can see that we were just having a little fun at bobo's expense.Originally Posted by Telegraph
Would a few more hehe haha's make it more obvious?
OUCH That's got to hurt.Originally Posted by modred
Bobolito is never allowed to make mistakes.......Originally Posted by Sonix
I gave up on that search tool months ago. I guess I'm spoiled with Google.Originally Posted by macizcool
You've just now discovered that search sucks?Originally Posted by bobolito
I've had 88 phones over the past 9 years.
Originally Posted by modredBobo just got pwnd...twice.Originally Posted by jbzcar
Time for a few b7.
I am just glad to have all these m2m resources listed in one place, where I can come back and find them. Never hurts to relist them. thanks
I purchased five unused Cingular SIM cards from eBay. They had area code 415 numbers assigned. I checked them with Wireless Amber Alert and came up with Cingular. When I checked them with Cingular's M2M tool, the numbers were not found. CIngular must check for active original Cingular numbers but may not be accurate with numbers transferred from another carrier.
Earl F. Parrish
You bet! Even for mods it sucksOriginally Posted by jbzcar
I DON'T HAVE A SIGNATURE....SORRY
This site is one of the most helpful to me, my number ported from Sprint shows up correctly as a Cingular number.Originally Posted by ALCingularUser