Sounds much like the convention that many US cities used where the local police departments' phone numbers all ended in 1234 and the fire departments ended in 1212. This was true of Cleveland and most of its suburbs.
Steve Sobol, Professional Geek 888-480-4638 PGP: 0xE3AE35ED Company website:blog, resume, portfolio: snipped-for-privacy@JustThe.net Snail: 22674 Motnocab Road, Apple Valley, CA 92307 [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: A 'standard' set by AT&T for the operating companies was to use '2121' or '2131' as well. The last four digits were to preferably end in '1' and be repetitive. PAT]n