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455 phone numbers now available [Nov. 15th, 2003|02:06 am]
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We've gone from 17 to 455 phone numbers available. They're all east coast still, but we're working on others.


States covered: Connecticut | Delaware | Dist. of Columbia | Florida | Georgia | Maine | Maryland | Massachusetts | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New York | Pennsylvania | Rhode Island | Vermont | Virginia

Mad props to the coolest phone company I've had the pleasure of working with:


Everybody should get a VoIP phone from them because they're cool. (I'm drooling at their "Filters" functionality....) Unfortunately I'm in Portland, OR, outside of their coverage area, so I can't get their service.

Anyway, we're working on numbers in other parts of the world and the states. If you work at a phone company that can setup trunk numbers in your region to a VoIP/SIP/IAX connection on our end, get in contact with me at brad@danga.com .


[User Picture]From: d4b
2003-11-15 04:07 am (UTC)
The firms that Brad's working with are likely in the best position to determine this. I agree that a zoomable map would be ideal, along with radial-distance from zip codes, but your point also lends to being able to figure out what's cheapest, not necessarily what's closest. I, too, had noticed from time to time that intra-state calls (in my case, within PA) outside my immediate local calling area being more expensive than coast-to-coast long-distance.
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