BT Phonebox keys

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  1. God is a DJ's Avatar

    God is a DJ said:

    BT Phonebox keys

    Has anyone got a key that empties the BT phone boxes? If you have im interested in buying.

    DJ
     
  2. craig6928's Avatar

    craig6928 said:

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    hi m8 dont bother if you got the key you got to phone them up
    to shut down the alarm on the box first

    as soon as you open that box alarm at the control centre goes off
    and blue lights come right away so run fast
    plus not to sure if bt have cams in some of there boxes now ????
    but i know you can make a device for opening those boxes up
    very easy
     
  3. drowen's Avatar

    drowen said:

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    craig, how do you make a device?
     
  4. sdss's Avatar

    sdss said:

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    yeah come on, m8 - share and share alike lol
     
  5. baronvon's Avatar

    baronvon said:

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    the device I`ve got is a huge sledge hammer LOL

    THE BARON
     
  6. DJNeuphoria's Avatar

    DJNeuphoria said:

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    im sure if u can get it open u can get away b4 the cop and as for cameras thats what a balaclava's for

    Craig
     
  7. gav_b_uk's Avatar

    gav_b_uk said:

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    Surely if you manage to find some remote boxes....there shouldnt be a problem....try wales for example....it takes the police long enough to get to work up there, let alone get to an incident on time....
     
  8. delmorpha's Avatar

    delmorpha said:

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    yeah, but just ask yourself how many people use a box in such a remote location as some hills in Wales! Seems like a lot of @rsing around for 30p or so..
     
  9. procode's Avatar

    procode said:

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    I've seen a video taken from across the road (so it got the car plates etc), it showed the person getting stuff from their car to use on the box.
    The box was in a remote location, and got hit quite a bit. Don't know if they put cameras inside the box as well, but it would seem sensible to do so, power and waterproof housing already installed.
    Better think of something safer GIADJ, like picking a fight with a WWF wrestler.
    Last edited by procode; 11th May 2002 at 11:21 PM.
     
  10. EvilBoB's Avatar

    EvilBoB said:

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    Originally posted by gav_b_uk
    Surely if you manage to find some remote boxes....there shouldnt be a problem....try wales for example....it takes the police long enough to get to work up there, let alone get to an incident on time....
    Living in Wales for nearly 20 years I can cagree with this... :
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  11. Mr E Nigma's Avatar

    Mr E Nigma said:

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    Oxycetaline (typo!) Torch always works well for me!!


     
  12. Fett's Avatar

    Fett said:

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    I remember watching a tv show about BT telephone fraud . The central office knows when a phone is being attacked .
    Another weird thing i noticed . You ever seen a bt employee ever removing money from a box???? Ive never seen it , its apparently done at night times.
     
  13. Lazaru5's Avatar

    Lazaru5 said:

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    i've seen BT emptying the box near where i used to live, it was right on the school gates and got a right hammering from the kids, when they came to empty it there were 2 bt blokes, one in a van one in a car, and a blue light across the road, prob JIC, the guy in the van did something 2 the phone first, then the other guy took a box from out the phone and just disappeared, straight in his car and gone, the other bt bloke put another cash box in the phone. cops went when he had finished, it was surreal, like they were expecting a van full of sawn-offs to appear from nowhere!!! This was about 2pm but couldn't say what day though, might have been a weekend for all i know, i think it was midweek though.... can't be sure, it was sometime last "summer", ie, may to august, not long b4 i moved. that phone was a right pain in the butt, it was either 999 only or the kids had fu(ked it , loads of times i could have walked away with the handset, that's if it was still in one piece!!!
     
  14. bridger's Avatar

    bridger said:

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    Suggest see previous post from procode re getting stuff from car heh...unless its a small torch thing???

    LOL

    Originally posted by Mr E Nigma
    Oxycetaline (typo!) Torch always works well for me!!


     
  15. Deathwalker's Avatar

    Deathwalker said:

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    i have a mate who often used to 'borrow' the money out of pay phones, he usd to go to payphones along way from him at nite, use his blue box to het a free fone call to BT to tell them that the payphone is about to be vandalised then hed thermite off the ront of the box get the cash get on a bus and go home, woked fine for him , most of the time
     
  16. Fett's Avatar

    Fett said:

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    Why BLUE BOX for a free call when the operator(100) is free anyway?
     
  17. midnight68's Avatar

    midnight68 said:

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    Originally posted by Fett
    I remember watching a tv show about BT telephone fraud . The central office knows when a phone is being attacked .
    Another weird thing i noticed . You ever seen a bt employee ever removing money from a box???? Ive never seen it , its apparently done at night times.
    group 4 empties the boxes up by us.
     
  18. Fett's Avatar

    Fett said:

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    Group 4 . The phones must hold a decent bit of money then.
     
  19. tric's Avatar

    tric said:

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    Just thought I'd add this..

    I was in Sheffield bus station the other day stood next to a BT payphone. This plain clothed geezer walked up and emptied the phone as I watched, he didn't mind me watching at all.

    Basically he put a key into the box at the bottom, took out the collection box and put an empty one in. All he did then was pick up the receiver and dial a few numbers. He listened on the receiver until he heard something then hung up and walked off. There didn't appear to be any backup for him either.

    He didn't do anything before actually taking the money out so I presume if you could get hold of a key you'd get 20 odd seconds before an alarm went off.
     
  20. kestral's Avatar

    kestral said:
    I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but every phone box has a different key to open the compartment where the cash box is housed. So if you got hold of a BT key it would only work in one payphone!!