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Company Overview

Our mission is to provide easy-to-use personal finance software to enable consumers to easily and accurately compare, select, and use the best long distance services for them.

In April 2000, Online Planet became the first company to provide consumers with the power to easily and accurately compare residential long distance calling plans to the penny (true cost comparisons) based on how consumers actually use their phone.

CallSense software enables consumers to accurately compare the most popular calling plans; accurately compare the most popular dial around numbers for each call; and even accurately see how much they are saving, or could be saving, while they are still on the phone.

Company Address

e-mail address: main@onlineplanet.com

mailing address:

Online Planet
P.O. Box 77782
San Francisco, CA 94107

Company History

In April 1996, Online Planet's founder embarked on the mission to create easy-to-use personal finance software to make it easy for consumers to be smart about how they compare, select, and use long distance calling services.  In April 2000, after four years of research and engineering, Online Planet shipped CallSense software to deliver on the dream of making it point-and-click easy for consumers to accurately make sense of long distance calling plans.  In April 2000, there was no software or service that was even close to what CallSense enables for U.S. consumers, and that is still true today.

CallSense is the industry leader for enabling consumers to easily and accurately compare, select, and use long distance services.

Business Development

If you are interested in developing a business relationship with Online Planet, please send an e-mail message to tellus@callsense.com.  Please do not send any attachments, they will not be read.



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