Thanks for taking the time to read a little more about us. The site has four main areas; VoIP,
phone cards, world time zones and dialing codes.
The phone card industry complicates prices to an extent that borders on corruption. Often companies hide the true cost of cards.
Even companies with good intentions may find they have to disguise their prices in order to compete.
Our phone card price comparison tool is the solution for both these companies and consumers. We show all the fees clearly and calculate the
true cost of the cards for given specifications, enabling companies to compete fairly and customers to choose easily. It is the only tool of its kind.
The VoIP comparison tool is like the phone cards tool.
There are no other tools that compare the cost of calling, including fees like the connection fee. Most VoIP comparison
tools just compare the monthly plan price.
Our competitors give inaccurate view of who is cheapest.
We are working with more companies to get their products on our price comparison tools. We use a variety of methods to import data
including writing web bots to crawl their sites. The method we use is different for each company.
Our paid data providers for world time zones are so good we do not have to do any research in this area at the country and
region level (we class regions as US states for example). We update our data as
country officials and press provide our data providers with up and coming changes.
We are unique in the information we provide at the city level. Other sites will display time zones and international dialing codes
for countries and regions and maybe a limited number of area codes. We go a step further by providing, for example, the 2 area codes in
Cold Spring Harbour, New York not just the 14 or so area codes for the state of New York. We do this for most countries
in the world. Tennessee like many regions has 2 time zones; we display the correct time at the city level for multi
time zone regions.
We have over 39,000 area codes from 182 countries in our database (more than anyone else, as far as we know) collected from various sources.
The area codes for the US are from a paid source. When a city is moving from one area code to another, we
will display the new area code. As for the rest of the world,
our task consists of collecting data from many disparate sources and putting it together in one place. A free resource that is particularly
useful is the MaxMind world city database. This helps us to map areas to regions. We also must mention
the world telephone numbering guide, another great source. We cross reference this against
Wikipedia and How to Call Abroad and others when the information
differs between sites.
So we hope you like the site and find it useful. If you do, that's great, send us an email. If not or you find an error or have news of an update,
then send us two. We really like hearing from you.
Thanks for visiting.