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Master Geek


# 15157 7-Aug-2007 12:21
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Hi Guys,

Does anyone have a list of the numbers that sky use for their callback / interactive / pay per view?

im trying to mactch it in a voip system.... i have managed to interogate one number out of the unit however i feel that it is still hidding some from me....

The number i have found so far is:


Anyone have any more???


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Uber Geek


  # 81439 7-Aug-2007 12:44
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I can tell you this:

MySky is programmed to call 0800 002 387 as part of its installation procedure.

I don't know if they use the same number for PPV, but quite possibly.

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Master Geek


  # 81457 7-Aug-2007 14:39
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Interesting. have not seen it try to dial that one yet.... am keeping a close eye on it tho.


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  # 81486 7-Aug-2007 18:38
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Hi Guys,

Managed to get hold of someone at sky who actually knew the phone home numbers (this is not an easy process it took a few attempts).

sky dials a combination of the following:

a selection of local auckland numbers
a selection of 0800 numbers
a range of 0876 numbers (9 digits total) - this appears to be sky interactive
a range of 0874 numbers (5 digits total) - this apears to be sky phone home

After all this, we have been able to sucessfully get sky to phone home over WxC VoIP (commercial connection not a residential ata)!


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  # 81490 7-Aug-2007 19:31
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chris021: After all this, we have been able to sucessfully get sky to phone home over WxC VoIP (commercial connection not a residential ata)!

I have been using MySky PPV over WxC VFX (residential ATA) for the past 9 months or so.  It has been completely reliable during that time.

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