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Here’s a handy little gadget that popped up on my radar today – something that’s a little too expensive for pure prank value, but conceptually pretty neat: a wrong number generator.
Do here’s the deal: You spend $90 and figure out who you want to pull a prank on. Then you go over to their house and when their back is turned, you unplug their phone and put this in the line (between the phone and the wall jack). When they make a call, the wrong number generator messes with the numbers they press so they wind up calling the wrong number. Replacing the phone doesn’t change anything, since it’s the device that’s messing things up, not the phone. Unless they look for this little nondescript device (and who really pays that close attention to their phone line), this’ll drive them batty.
To add to the frustration, the wrong number generator is set up to not interfere with about 25% of the calls made. That means 1 in 4 calls will go through fine, but the other three wind up as wrong numbers. Thankfully the manufacturer thought ahead – calls to 911 always go through without trouble.
This unique device is a Phone spy equipment for prank calls, it's called Wrong Number Generator. It has the potential to drive the target nuts, as well as causing a substantial amount of actual inconvenience. What it does is very simple; it generates wrong numbers and causes calls made from the target phones to reach wrong numbers! Think about how absolutely maddening and frustrating that would be if it were to happen to your phone, and you'll begin to appreciate the divesting effect that this device can have. Just to toy with their fury and confusion even more, it's engineered to allow about 25% of the calls dialed to go through correctly. (Note: calls to 911 will always go through.)And, as is the case with all of the devices in this section, even once the target realizes that something very weird is going on, they'll be hard-pressed to stop it; replacing their telephones or even getting a new phone number won't do any good since they would have to locate the actual device and remove it. Installs anywhere along the telephone line; it comes with both a modular plug connector (to fit in standard telephone jacks) and spade-lugs connector for installations in unconventional, difficult-to-find locations.
The Wrong Number Generator is one of those products that you would only need at one opportune time.
You would need the Wrong Number Generator when someone you know is trying to call a number, but you don’t want him or her to call that number. Assuming you could foresee this scenario, all you would have to do is install the Wrong Number Generator that you see in this photo. It snaps in to the phone jack easily, and whatever number the user calls will automatically end up being the wrong number.
The potential is endless. Say a nasty co-worker is trying to call your boss to report your bad behavior, and he ends up getting Domino’s Pizza!
I do know that 911 will always dial correctly, and I believe that the Wrong Number Generator will allow 25% of calls to go through properly. In other words, the victim can’t say that they are experiencing a consistent defect of wrong numbers. Hilarious!
Of course, the victim will probably use his or her cell phone until someone fixes his or her landline phone. And once someone finds out the trouble, your fingerprints better not be on the Wrong Number Generator, let me tell you.