I ran across a table of ICAO (NATO) approved phonetic number pronunciations. As early as I can remember (50+yrs) in the United States "nin-er" is the only one I ever remember hearing in aviation and I don't recall hearing it in the last 30yrs. I recall hearing "Fife" but I don't remember where - perhaps ham radio operators.
I have never heard "tree" (three), "Tousand" (thousand), or "Fower" (four). If I heard ATC say, "maintain 'climb to nin-er humndred'", I would be very surprised. And if they said, "maintain 'tree tousand'", I would think they needed retesting for ICAO English language requirements.
Is there any country, military, or agency that regularly uses the full ICAO (NATO) approved phonetic number pronunciations? Is it taught to any pilots?