poor_red_neck Posted May 4, 2013 Share Posted May 4, 2013 (edited) I have to say I don't think I've ever had this happen, and not sure how it could have happened but luckily I use a call recorder so I can say I'm not crazy I'm a personal assistant for a "celebrity" so all my phone calls get recorded for various reasons (remembering what my boss asks me to do, covering my a** when I try and arrange something and they back out, etc) Any ways I was calling a friend of mine on on his Verizon mobile phone. As soon as I placed the call, I heard background noise. No ring what so ever. There's someone talking in the back ground. Not sure if he was already in a call, or placing a call at the same time, or if his phone rang/picked up when I placed my call. We exchange a few words and he sounds as surprised as me. 3/4 of the way through the call, I hear ringing and someone else connects and answers (as if his phone rang) and starts speaking what I'm guessing is Spanish. I hang up, a little confused. About maybe 20 to 30 seconds after hanging up, I place the call again. Again I'm instantly connected to someone (I'm guessing somebody different) and this time it sounds like it's just background noise, and the person is not placing a call or in the middle of a call. What... In... The.... World... Happened. First Call: http://www.imajonesi...XXXXXXX_Out.3gp Second Call: http://www.imajonesi...XXXXXXX_Out.3gp I'm the "fainter voice" aka Jonathan. Now I'm a nerd, so if this can be explained I would love to understand how/why. Don't dumb it down too much for me Cell phone technology as far as the networking and RF side is something that's just not easily studied or "common knowledge." Thanks S4GRU!!! Edited May 4, 2013 by poor_red_neck Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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