[VoiceOps] Odd "TOS violation" op intercept?

Paul Timmins paul at timmins.net
Wed May 22 01:01:22 EDT 2013

Reminds me of the intercepts that MagicJack (Ymax) was doing to calls delivered to them across local interconnection groups that they perceived should have come across feature group d. It was all about making sure to monetize intercarrier compensation as precisely as possible (read: not allowing a single misrouted call to terminate to the wrong groups, for fear a few tenths of a cent might slip from their grasp)

On May 22, 2013, at 12:51 AM, April Jones <april at teliax.com> wrote:

> Hi voiceops,
> I've had a rash of tickets since Friday from various customers, to varied destinations over multiple vendors where I'm getting a terrible operator intercept/recording, and I'm wondering if anyone else has heard it or knows who is playing it.
> Recording plays "This call was routed in violation of our terms of service" then asks to record the orig/term and advises to report it to "your phone provider."
> I haven't found anything definitive, but I also haven't had a lot of time to really dig in...
> april j.
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