mostly asian teenagers would call this voicemail access number and listen to the customized greeting from the last person who used the g-line.
greetings usually consisted of shout outs to the previous user and representing their crew.
the 90s version of a online chat room. instead of screen names, people used AKAs. wanted to see a pic of someone? using snail mail would be the normal method.
1-800 g-line numbers were discovered. again, they were stolen with a passcode that was unchangeable. this opened up a larger and more diverse audience.
the airtouch g-lines were the best ones. you could actually transfer calls to make free long distance calls (albeit illegal).
in fast beat tempo-
...yo waddup, waddup this be (your AKA) representing (your area code) part of (your crew) giving love to the previous (last persons AKA).. and then whatever else ending the message with the words "ara-ara-arato!"