Just go to http://www.areacodes.org/database/. Enter the username and password PayPal assigned you when you subscribed. If you need your username/password, you can get them directly from your PayPal account.
When you go to the database link above and log in, your browser will download the database immediately and store it wherever your browser is set to download things.
Advanced users: You can use curl or wget to automatically fetch this data.
The database is delivered as a tab-delimited file. This is the format that almost every import system uses. For example you can load it into:
We use PayPal's subscription feature to manage your database subscription. This means you can start and cancel it at any time. If you don't like PayPal and would subscribe if we weren't using them, please drop us feedback from our support page. If we get enough people wanting non-paypal subscriptions, we'll find another way to provide the service.
Just log in to your PayPal account and go to the database's subscription page. There should be an option to cancel your subscription. We don't bill you directly, so you have complete control over your subscription through PayPal.
It seems that Safari likes to do that. You can rename the file area_codes_db.tsv, or area_codes_db.xls if you're going to open it in excel.
Within 60 days of purchase, you can submit a refund request on our support form. We'll process it within 5 business days.
Just submit a question via our support form.