Welcome to SayNoTo1890.com – This Website Will Save you Money

This website will save you money on your phone calls to 1890, 1850 and 0818 numbers. Irish consumers are needlessly paying out up to €5 a time to call “low cost” telephone numbers like those beginning 1890 — even though they could get the calls for next to nothing.

This is because many organisations and businesses are encouraging their customers to ring their LoCall 1890, or 1850 Callsave, or 0818 National Call telephone numbers at local call rates costing 4.9c a minute in the daytime and 1.26c off-peak.

Click here for an the A to Z listing of geographical alternatives to 1890, 1850 and 0818 number that will save you money.
Click here for the A – Z listing.

But popular mobile and landline phone deals with inclusive minutes exclude calls to LoCall 1890 numbers, Callsave 1850 and national 0818 calls from their minute bundles, hence representing an additional but unnecessary cost to the consumer.

This website will provide Irish consumers with geographical alternative telephone numbers to use instead of the 1890, 1850 and 0818 supplied by Irish Businesses, allowing Irish consumers save some money.
So, if you’re calling from a mobile and use a geographic alternative number instead of a 1890 / 1850 / 0818 number, you can save up to 40c per minute on your calls.

So, save yourself money by using this website on your mobile phone, or on your pc. Say no to 1890 call costs, forget 185o call costs, and say bye bye to 0818 costs. And use this website to do all that, for free.

Not SayNoTo1890.com

Do Not CopyA lot of work has gone into collating the list of phone numbers that’s available on this website.

I fully appreciate that the information is available in the public domain, but it’s still frustrating when people just copy & paste everything to try to make money off the back of the work done here.

Even if it is said that “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”, the following is the rogues gallery of people who’ve helped themselves to the free listing of information here and then tried to charge people for the same information elsewhere.

Not SayNoTo1890.com

NO TO 1890 enables you to avoid 1890, 1850 and 0818 numbers by giving you the geographical number to ring instead. Why is this important? Most phone companies’ sell bundles of minutes to their customers and so called LoCall numbers are not included. Therefore a company may wish for you to get through on a cheap rate, but it is in fact costing you more! Also, when a 0818 number is used the company. Tags:
NO TO 1890 enables you to avoid 1890, 1850 and 0818 numbers by giving you the geographical number to ring instead. Why is this important? Most phone companies’ sell bundles of minutes to their customers and so called LoCall numbers are not included. Therefore a company may wish for you to get through on a cheap rate, but it is in fact costing you more! Also, when a 0818 number is used the company. Tags:
alternative numbers to 0818, 1890, 1850, etc. if you have any to add please click here [admin only] active (36), pending (2), rejected (4) [public] submit number
The App that saves you money… Forget1850 is a directory of landline numbers for company’s that generally publicise 1850 / 1890 or 0818 numbers. Each and every time you call an 1850 or 1890 you are charged for the call even if you have Free calls remaining on your contract!
On Tuesday of this week, just 24hours since I finally managed to get the SayNoTo1890.com listing of geographical alternative telephone numbers back up on the website I was alerted to a post on the website MoneyGuideIreland.com. I’m not giving them a link because they’ve basically stolen almost the full contents of the SayNoTo1890.com website and the listing of numbers that’s been gathered by me and website users over the past 18 months.
I've just noticed how you're embedding the SayNoTo1890.com website in your ecohomesandgardens.ie website. Can I please ask that you stop doing this embedding? I'm more than grateful if you provide links to my website, but it's not really appropriate that you are embedding my work and content into your own website. Can I please ask that you stop this embedding as soon as is possible please?

CityJet incorrectly advertising their 0818 number as a Lo-Call Number

I’ve written previously about the Pinergy TV advertising that incorrectly advertised their CallSave 1850 number as a Lo-Call number (which is actually the 1890 number).

Below is a screenshot from the CityJet contact page as of January 2015 where they’re referring to their 0818 number as a Lo-Call number.

CityJet incorrectly advertising their 0818 number as a Lo-Call number

 

Media mentions for SayNoTo1890.com

Over the years, there’s been a certain amount of press coverage for the SayNoTo1890.com website. A selection of the articles that are available to link to online are available below.

Donal O’Connor asks whether it would be possible for us to comment on 1890 – so-called LoCall – numbers. He points out that a lot of public utilities use only these numbers, and, depending on your provider, calls to them can cost up to 35 cent a minute. He is not wrong. Numbers prefixed 1850, 1890 or 0818 are sometimes referred to as Callsave or LoCall numbers. They are not classified as national or local calls, so operators generally do not include calls to these numbers in any free minutes they offer as part of a monthly fee. Calls to 1850 numbers are charged at a flat rate per call. Calls to 1890 numbers are charged per minute, normally at local call rates for fixed-line providers.
Phone users are being ripped off when they make calls to government departments and large companies via 1850, 1890 and 0818 numbers. While mobile users who pay by bill have a block of “free” minutes credited to their phone each month, these minutes include standard land line and mobile numbers, but usually not other numbers. Dialling these numbers can cost up to 49c per minute when calling from a mobile, and up to 8c a minute from a land line. Last week, the consumer awareness website ValueIreland.com published a useful list of land line numbers which you can contact as a cheaper alternative to the more expensive numbers. The list is available at www.SayNoTo1890.com.
Our item about lo-call numbers attracted a large response from readers who were similarly annoyed by the practice of mobile and landline operators not including 1850 or 1890 numbers as part of their bundled minutes and charging as much as 35 cent a minute for calls to them.
SAI set to call on ComReg to investigate pricing anomoly “LO-CALL” numbers, set up by state agencies and businesses to save callers money, cost up to 49c a minute when dialled from a mobile phone. The cost of phoning 1890, 1850 and 0818 numbers is shared by businesses, but only if the caller is on a landline.
You may not have realised that calling numbers such as 1850 and 1890 cost you money, even if you have free bundled minutes on your landline or mobile. But most companies using 1850 have an alternative number that they don't widely advertise. These conventional landline numbers are hard to find unless you use a free service such as saynoto1850.com, which lists hundreds of numbers for companies in Ireland. These numbers can be called for free via your bundled minutes or at the very least will often cost less than using 1850. www.saynoto1850.com
Irish consumers are needlessly paying out up to €5 a time to call ‘low-cost’ numbers such as those beginning LoCall 1890 or 1850 Callsave — even though they could get the calls for next to nothing. That’s according toSaynoto1890.com. The site points out that popular phone deals with inclusive minutes exclude calls to LoCall 1890 numbers, Callsave 1850 and national 0818 calls from their minute bundles and it provides cheaper alternatives.
Yes, you guessed it. They actually make money from your call. You'll pay from 5c a minute from your landline and up to 36c a minute from your mobile. To avoid these costs you'll have to find a geographical number. If you can't find one this is where the website saynoto1890.com comes in. Useful websitewww. saynoto 1890.com
WHILE IT MAY sound peculiar that people who contact the National Consumer Agency (NCA) to complain about rip-off prices have to fork out as much as ¤3.50 for a 10-minute call to one of its agents, that can be the case if the call is made using a mobile phone rather than a landline.
Consumers are being forced to use expensive 1850, 1890 and 0818 phone numbers for customer service, making complaints, and even when enquiring about products that are recalled over safety concerns. Legislation introduced earlier this year was supposed to end the scandal by banning helplines from charging more than a "basic rate" for phone calls. However, the new law stretches the definition of basic rate to include 1850, 1890, and 0818 phone calls, even though it could cost up to €5 to call these numbers.
If you find yourself dialling an 1890 or 1850 number for a company, then you’re the one who should really be getting the wake up call. Despite being called Lo-Call or Call Save numbers, you could find yourself paying up to 49c per minute to make a call that’s normally advertised as 5c per minute. And worse, if you’re calling an 0818 number, then the company on the other end of the line are actually making money from your call. So, for these companies, it’s financially worth their while to keep you on the phone as long as possible, even if you’re making a complaint.
Following on from last week’s bad value of the week – Smyth’s Toy Stores 1550 customer service number – the people behind Saynoto1890.com contacted Money Talks with a list of alternative numbers for similarly expensive lines used by various companies. We had no joy using the alternative for Smyth’s but many of the others listed worked and, as they were included in our free minutes, cost nothing.
SOUNDING OFF : Ripped off? Stunned by good value? Write, text or blog your experience to us Stan Conroy in Dublin wrote to ask if we had noticed how many advertisers and service providers are increasingly using 1850 and 1890 “lo-call” contact numbers. “Nearly all government public services now use these numbers,” he says, and while on the surface it might seem like a good deal for consumers, it actually can work against people.
7. Avoid non-geographic numbers Most inclusive calls packages (such as BT Talk Plus) include all calls made to fixed (geographic) numbers, and exclude calls made to non-geographic numbers (ie 1890). If you need to call a non-geographic number, try to find out the geographic number for the business you are calling and dial that number instead. This can be obtained directly from the company itself or by visiting websites such as http://www.saynoto1890.com/ (Republic of Ireland) or www.saynoto0870.com (UK).
With a staggering difference in calls to directory inquiry numbers, this week's SmartShopper looks at how you can get the number you want - without getting the fright of your life.
Locall (1890) and Callsave (1850) telephone numbers look like a cost-saving option on paper, but that’s not the case for all of us. Irish consumers who are signed up to special telephone and mobile packages are needlessly paying up to €5 a time to ring ‘low cost’ telephone numbers. This is because these numbers are excluded from the popular mobile and landline phone deals with exclusive minutes.
I also use www.SayNoTo1890.com to avoid dialling 1890 numbers. “I dial the local equivalent to avoid fees as these are not part of free local/national calls. Most 1890 numbers have a local national equivalent.” He estimates annual savings of at least €75.
Locall and Callsave Locall (1890) and Callsave (1850) telephone numbers look like a cost-saving option on paper, but that’s not the case for all of us. Irish consumers who are signed up to special telephone and mobile packages are needlessly paying up to €5 a time to ring ‘low cost’ telephone numbers. This is because these numbers are excluded from the popular mobile and landline phone deals with exclusive minutes. The Consumers’ Association of Ireland (CAI) has highlighted the issue, calling on phone companies to include 1890 or 1850 numbers in their deals. It has also said that firms with 1850, 1890 and 0818 numbers should do more to make their customers aware of how to make their calls cheaper. If you’re on a special telephone package, make sure to check how much Locall and Callsave will cost you – if they cost more, try to find out the ordinary number for whatever company you’re looking to call. Why hold…

 

One man’s guide to saving thousands of euro after cuts

The Irish Examiner LogoOne man’s guide to saving thousands of euro after cuts
The Irish Examiner
Friday October 18th, 2013

JUST like most Irish citizens, James O’Donovan felt the pinch when the recession struck.

Since then, a succession of austerity budgets along with salary cuts cost him dear. He responded by tackling austerity head on — identifying ways to combat it — and has so far managed to save his family thousands of euro a year.

I also use www.SayNoTo1890.com to avoid dialling 1890 numbers.

“I dial the local equivalent to avoid fees as these are not part of free local/national calls. Most 1890 numbers have a local national equivalent.”

He estimates annual savings of at least €75.

So as you can see, with some simple smart spending tips, taking the four budget cuts above, you can more than cancel the impact of Budget 2014. You can even gain substantially if you can afford to do some home improvements or venture into property investment.

Numbers awaiting investigation for geographic alternatives

Sometimes I don’t always have the time to immediately follow up on requests e-mailed through to me where people have 1890, 1850 or 0818 number that they’re seeking geographic alternatives for.

As of January, 2015 I’ve almost caught up with all the requests e-mail through.

The following, however, is a listing of numbers for which I haven’t yet been able to seek out any geographic alternatives.

Maybe you can help out if you, too, are seeking geographic alternatives for any of the numbers below. Post a comment below if you manage to find any useful geographic alternative numbers.

  • Supervalu Online Rewards Helpline – 081831323
  • Cruise Paradise – 0818333901
  • CPL Healthcare – 0818365100
  • AIB Direct Deposits – 0818667667
  • Belkin Support – 0818555006
  • Currys (Knowhow Team) – 1890818575
  • Direct Holidays Ireland – 0818200105
  • Zanussi Ireland – 0818543000
  • Irish Times Delivery Service – 0818464465
  • Irish Broadbank – 1890929029
  • Gaiety Theatre – 0818719388
  • Park Magic (Limerick) – 0818221177 & 0818220107
  • Park by Text Customer Service –  0818444999
  • Samsung Customer Support – 0818717100
  • Travel Councellors – 0818332003
  • Setanta Sports – 0818203040
  • AIB Merchant Services PCI Helpdesk  – 1890987080
  • BMW Customer Services – 1890719421
  • OriFlame – 1890920255
  • TaxSaver.ie  – 1850211777
  • Tesco Technical Support – 1890928569
  • Ulster Bank Business Cards Online – 1850812444

What others are saying about SayNoTo1890.com

Open QuotationsIt’s always nice to see people making positive comments about something I’ve put so much time and effort in to over the years.

Here’s some of the overwhelmingly positive comments made about the site across the web.Closed Quotatons

 

While searching today for an alternative number to an 1890 number I came across Saynoto1890 same idea as Saynoto0870 not sure how long is been operating so doesn't have lots of number on it but enough to save us some Eur, in most cases we can dial the alternative number from a mobile phone or home phone and be include in the contracted tariff so no need to pay extra as you would for the 1890 or 1850 call.
The research, referred to in the Pricewatch article, carried out by Leo Varadkar and Fine Gael is available on their RipOff.ie website here.
Lo-call 1890 numbers are a TOTAL SCAM and a rip off to those using mobile phones….Service providers will charge you up to from 25c to 50c per minute. Say NO to 1890 .com will save you heaps of money. I never use them now and if I want to contact an office using them I will find an alternative land line….Credit card companies will always have local rate number for international callers which is useful. Tags:
If you do need to use directory inquiries remember to at least pick the best value for your mode of cal and networkl. Even better, Google the company where possible and finally check out the excellent and free www.saynoto1890.com for local numbers for many companies rather than having to call the expensive 1850/1890 numbers. Tags:
I used the "LoCall" 1890 numbers over the summer to use an international calling card from Ireland. I had assumed that the calls would come out of my prepaid Vodafone airtime minutes, as local calls do. But, no. The 1890 calls all showed up on my Vodafone bill, quite expensive. So how do I phone the 1890 number from outside Ireland? The solution was to look up SayNoTo1890 and find the Quinn Healthcare entry. I then called that number (in Fermoy, north County Cork) for free. Tags:
Just thought this might be useful for some of you... you can go onto the site and get alternative number for the lo call and national rate numbers (1890, 0818 etc) advertised by companies so that the call is included in any free minutes offered by your phone provider... I'm not affiliated in any way BTW :o0 but it bugs the crap out of me that my bill can be so expensive as a result of so called "lo-call" numbers!!!
I recently came across a very useful web site, SayNoTo1890, that provides the national numbers for all known 1890 numbers. These numbers are well categorised, and they are updated regularly. Tags:
A good site for that is: http://www.saynoto1890.com/ yes,this is a great site..thanks to all
If you want to get around paying for those pesky 1890 calls, why not google ‘say no to 1890’ and you will usually be able to get get a national landline number to call instead. Save a small fortune while you are waiting to get through to speak to someone. Top tip of the day. Tags:
MONEY SAVING WEB SITES - Say No to 1890 Calls to “low call” numbers are surprisingly costly and particularly expensive from mobiles. Beware, but there are free options. Tags:
Next time you are renewing insurance or dealing with your Banks or Businesses,Civil Sevice etc avoid using those annoying money stealing 1890 numbers,this has been a source of annoyance for me for years as I have an Telephone Account that gives me unlimited free local & National calls. Tags:
For more on avoiding unnecessary phone charges on calls to 1890/1850/0818 numbers, see SayNoTo1890.com. Tags:
The handy saynoto1890 web site has many of the real phone numbers corrresponding to 1850 numbers. With any luck, the number you want to call can be found there. Tags:
Avoid 1890 calls They are not included in your call minutes or free calls to landline packages. Go to www.SayNoTo1890.com to look up the equivalent landline number. If you’re out and about checking the number from your phone, choose the ‘calling from overseas +353 option as this is the landline number and you will avoid the 1890 charges.
While searching today for an alternative number to an 1890 number I came across Saynoto1890 same idea as Saynoto0870 not sure how long is been operating so doesn't have lots of number on it but enough to save us some Eur, in most cases we can dial the alternative number from a mobile phone or home phone and be include in the contracted tariff so no need to pay extra as you would for the 1890 or 1850 call.
I notice most supposedly low-call numbers can mount up on a phone bill, and when most landline bundles have free calls to other landlines they seem pointless. The above website gives alternative numbers to ring.Plus I heard companies with 0818 numbers get paid a % of the call cost, I guess it makes sense when they're usually a company that run call centres. Sky is the only 0818 that I can think of offhand but still they make plenty of money as it is without charging us for the privilege of ringing them
These numbers are a problem in Ireland as the vast majority of people only use there mobile phones for day to day business and the rates are higher from a mobile. Try the following site to see if you can work around it. http://www.saynoto1890.com/
Other call charges Break through all the bullshit! Here at 48 we are upfront about other call charges so you don't have to worry about hidden extras creeping up behind you. Check out our rates for calling numbers like Directory Enquiries, 1890 or 1850. You could also save yourself money with handy sites like www.saynoto1890.com
The website SayNoTo1890.com is your friend!
You need cash credit on your account - 50c per min - see below. 1890 calls are not covered by bundled landline mins. If there is a landline alternative it may be cheaper: http://www.saynoto1890.com/2013/02/a-z-listing/
In2Tel submission Likewise the general caller’s termination charges associated dialling the 1850, 1890 and 0818 from a mobile phone is off putting to the customer as they then see this as a barrier for the general public to call the numbers. Indeed there has been a web based pressure group built around this very topic “saynoto1890”, which unfairly puts the 18xx operators at the brunt of the disgruntled public when in fact it is not the 18xx operators that are influencing the charging of these numbers.
http://www.saynoto1890.com/ I had a look on the above but Ikea isn't on it. That said, you can email the person who runs that site and ask them to try and find you their number. (The above is a link with normal numbers instead of 1890s for lots of businesses.) I had checked there before I called I love that site.
Try this guys website - you can get landline alternatives to most 1850 / 1890 numbers: http://www.saynoto1890.com/
Say No to 1890 phone numbers This website will save you money on your phone calls to 1890, 1850 and 0818 numbers
Saynoto1890.com for all your geographical number needs. No need to be spending silly money when you can use your minutes.
1890 numbers: How to Save Money 1890 numbers on mobiles are often excluded from included minutes and so can cost you money. Click here to find normal landline (geographic) numbers instead of the 1890 numbers. Just click on the letter of the company you are looking for (We are not responsible for the accuracy of these numbers)
This site is great in these situations http://www.saynoto1890.com
from here http://www.saynoto1890.com/?s=1890448448 Thanks to the SayNoTo1890 users who’ve sent in these geographic alternative numbers for Irish Water. This page has been updated with the numbers as well. Irish Water Applications 1890448448 Call Instead – 017072824 Customer Service 1890278278 Call Instead – 017072828
The Anytime package on the phone is good value once you make sure to stay away from 11811 etc and use www.saynoto1890.com.
Say no to 1890 is very handy http://www.saynoto1890.com/
Not when you use this site... http://www.saynoto1890.com/a-z/
Fourthly we say no to the laughably-termed 'locall' 1890 numbers.
The 1890 numbers are too expensive so the alternatives here are better value http://www.saynoto1890.com/
Check for alternative phone number to 0818 here - won't improve the customer service but might save you a few euro !
Thanks for sharing that,this has been a source of annoyance for years,have a hand written list of all the insurers "free numbers" but this is way more comprehensive. Those 1890 numbers have been bugging me for years as I have the package that does not include them. Like other posters I have made out my own personal list of VHI, Revenue, other Government Depts. and commonly used Numbers. Many thanks for that website
A handy guide to call costs, 1850, 1890 & 0818 covered http://www.saynoto1890.com/call-costs/
I'm not sure but check here to see if you can get the regular landline equivalent number avoiding additional charges. I use this a lot as I have free calls to landlines.
There was an irish version say no to 1890 which was very good, but is being revamped currently and I cant find the phone calls section:( format of this has been changed which makes it very difficult to find numbers now.
If you have a 1890 number you could try entering it (without any spaces) into the search-box located at the top right hand corner on www.saynoto1890.com which might throw up a geographical number.
http://www.saynoto1890.com/a-to-z/ is a handy resource. Very handy ~ thanks for that!
"LoCall" number 1890 and "CallSave" number 1850 are significantly more expensive if called from a mobile instead of from a landline? 35c per minute in some cases vs 5c per minute for a so-called LoCall 1890 number. It is often cheaper to call a local number than to call an 1850 or 1890 number. These are explained on SayNOto1890.com
A handy website (that I found recommended on AAM :)) for these optional numbers is www.saynoto1890.com Many phone packages these days charge for 1890 and 1850 whereas the 01 etc version is free.
http://www.saynoto1890.com/ is one of my favourite recession beating websites. :D I never call those 1850/1890/0818 numbers unless there is no other option available.
http://www.saynoto1890.com/call-costs/ Different operators charge different rates for 0818, 1890 and 1850 calls. With the exception of Meteor, it looks like they all charge the same for 1890 and 0818 (Meteor charge more for 0818). Why there are 3 different types of non-geographic numbers, or why BOI would change the 365 number, is beyond me. 0818 numbers are billed to all the operators at the same rate, each operator may then decide to turn a handy profit by charging more to their customers.

SayNoTo1890.com Update Now Completed

House KeepingOver the past number of weeks, I have addressed the almost 250 outstanding e-mails that I’ve received from users of the website – many thanks to everyone for your time and effort in sending suggestions and requests through.

This has resulted in an update to approximately 180 numbers on the website – either new numbers or updates to existing ones.

There are no over 500 geographic alternatives available on this website, helping you save money when making phone calls.

The breakdown of geographic is around about what I would have expected (though not sure why I’d expected these numbers):

1890 alternatives – 60%

1850 alternatives – 25%

0818 alternatives – 15%

Many many thanks again to everyone who has e-mailed the website in the past. There are so many e-mails, I couldn’t respond individually to each one, but please note that I have read and followed up (in one way or another) on every e-mail received.

Don’t forget, you can reach me via this contact page if you have any geographic alternative numbers to be included on the website, or if there are any numbers that you would like me to try to find alternatives for.

Why it’s time to hang up on so-called low-cost numbers

Irish Independent LogoIrish Independent, Published 20 April 2012 06:00 AM

Fancy paying 15c a minute for a call because it’s excluded from the allocated minutes you have with your mobile phone plan?
How about 6.61c a minute for calls from your landline, even though you’re paying for a ‘bundled’ package that includes all local and national calls?
Well that’s exactly what could happen if you call an 1890, 1850 or 0818 number. So how do these numbers work and why aren’t they working for you?
1890 numbers, known as low‐call numbers, were born in a time before bundled packages when you paid a smaller price for local calls than national ones and we didn’t all use mobiles.
When a business gave you an 1890 number to call them it meant you would pay a flat local per‐minute rate no matter where you were in the country.
With 1850 numbers you could call a business anywhere in the country for a flat all‐in rate; you pay the same whether you’re on the phone for 1 minute or half an hour.
The same rules still apply, but the problem is that we pay differently now. We have multiple phone providers, we can pay a fixed monthly charge for our landline and can call landlines in any county for that.
And anyway lots of us have dumped the landline and now only use our mobiles.
But you’ll find these numbers are not included in your landline package of unlimited calls to landlines, nor are they usually included in your inclusive mobile minutes.
Instead you pay extra; up to 30c for an 1850 call and typically 15c a minute for 1890 numbers from your mobile and 6.61c from your landline.
Many phone operators rarely include them in their packages because they’re not geographic numbers, yet businesses keep asking us to use them.
You can see from a business marketing point of view that having one non‐geographical number gives them the advantage of appearing national rather than regional, plus these numbers can be easy for us to remember. It may suit them, but what about the customers?
It gets worse when it comes to 0818 numbers, known as universal numbers. Unlike 1850 and 1890 numbers, where the costs are shared between the caller and the business, with 0818 numbers the business can charge above the regular rate.
Yes, you guessed it. They actually make money from your call. You’ll pay from 5c a minute from your landline and up to 36c a minute from your mobile.
To avoid these costs you’ll have to find a geographical number. If you can’t find one this is where the website saynoto1890.com comes in.

Useful website www. saynoto 1890.com

Interested in helping create a SayNoTo1890 smartphone app?

SayNoTo1890.com on Mobile DevicesIf you’re interested in helping out in a project to create a SayNoTo1890 smartphone app in early 2015, please read more here.

Designing an appropriate SayNoTo1890 smartphone app will make it much easier to dial the geographic alternatives for the 1890, 1850 and 0818 numbers, helping you save even more money. It will also facilitate the sharing of information to gather even more geographic alternatives as well as ensure those numbers are always as up to date as possible.

It’s been something I’ve been thinking about for a while now, and a smartphone app for the SayNoTo1890.com website is a regularly requested feature from the users of the website.

This detailed blog post explains how I’d like to go about building this smartphone app, and what assistance I’d like to get and will need to get the app built, hopefully early in 2015.