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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: noelleleithe
2003-11-15 08:35 am (UTC)


If you don't have a local number, go for one in another state (one you think might be less used -- in other words, I wouldn't use an NYC-area number). It's likely to be cheaper than one nearby.

Short primer: Local toll (IntraLATA) calls are those that aren't local but are still nearby. These are counted separately from long distance calls; you can actually have long distance with one company and local toll with a different one. Local toll rates are often higher than long distance rates. If you aren't sure what your local toll area covers, check with your local telephone service provider. :)
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