If I understand FC's remark under the post "Very strong multiplicity one for Hecke eigenforms," in the course of Faltings's proof of the Tate conjecture, Faltings proves the following statement: let E/Q and F/Q be elliptic curves and write Q(E[p]) (resp. Q(F[p])) for the number field obtained by adjoining the x and y coordinates of the p-torsion of E to Q. Then if Q(E[p]) = Q(F[p]) for infinitely many primes p, E/Q and F/Q are isogenous.

Learning of this result prompted me to wonder: suppose P is a *finite* set of primes. Then do there exist E/Q and F/Q such that Q(E[p]) = Q(F[p]) for each p in P with E/Q and F/Q *not isogenous*?

If not in general, what is known about the particular P for which the above question does (or doesn't) have an affirmative answer?