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    Today my neighbor called me from his 650 using my home number as the shown caller on MY display. His voice also sounded like a little girl!!!

    How is this?
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    Some VOIP telephone services allow you to specify your caller ID.

    Then, there are/were services like http://www.camophone.com.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DC_GhostDog
    Today my neighbor called me from his 650 using my home number as the shown caller on MY display. His voice also sounded like a little girl!!!

    How is this?

    ahahha i dont know but thats awesome.....you should ask him how to do it and post back here so i can try......ahah

    seriously tho.....ask him then post back.....
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    I second that... Not that I need anything like that, but I do...
    Last edited by catskill05; 05/19/2006 at 12:17 AM.
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    This site has been in the news recently: http://www.spoofcard.com/
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    That sounds like it, thats quite cool as well i would love to use maybe they will release something simialr in the UK. Imagine how annoying thats got to be.
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    Yep, probably spoofcard. It really works as they say.

    Joe
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    Does anyone think that a program can be developed to do the same thing in realtime or is that just too involved?

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