How do I find out what the Sprint number is for my phone? I upgraded my phone and forgot to write the number down before I activated my new one. I used this number as the call forwarding number on my phone so that the person calling would get a busy signal. I hate voicemail .
Writing it down wouldn’t have mattered. Your new phone would have a new underlying number. Can you share the model of your new phone as some of the new models have different ways of finding the underlying number.
- Open the Dialer (Phone app).
- Dial ##4636##
- You’ll see a Testing menu.
- Tap Phone information.
- The Phone number displayed is your secondary number.
- Unless you’re familiar with it, I suggest refraining from further exploring the Testing menu.
- Tap the Home button to dismiss the information screen.
From here: Ways to Discover your Underlying CDMA & GSM Numbers.
Unfortunately my old work around of using the underlying number as the number Republic forwards to does not work on the newer phones,
You could forward here: 212-479-7990
Oh, That’s Great!!! My elderly mother would kill me!!!
Here’s a list of less racy options. All tested and updated.
215-979-0028 Fast busy signal
215-979-0045 The number you’ve dialed is not in service
301-292-9908 The call you have made requires a coin deposit…
313-324-9901 The number you have reached is not in service. This is a recording. DT RT MI BA DS0
313-849-9906 We’re sorry, we can not complete your call at this time. Please try your call again later.
412-885-0075 All test positions are unmanned at this time, please try your call again later.
509-457-0051 Slow busy signal
541-967-0006 We are sorry, due to network difficulties, your long distance call cannot be completed at this time…
541-967-0010 The number you dialed is not a working number. Please check the number.
916-440-0029 We are sorry, all circuits are busy now
916-440-0031 Rapid busy signal.
This was a joke right? You won, I treid it several times.
You got me. That was a good joke, hoe many people fall for that I wonder.