|What's the dialing code for Italy?||Italy's country calling code is plus 39.||39 is the country code for Italy.||Both Assistants answer correctly.|
|Which country has the code 39?||You have countrie and capitals enabled - do you want to open it?||Italy. On the website countrycode.org they say: "The Italy country code 39 will allow you to call Italy from another country. Italy telephone code 39 is dialed after the IDD."||Amazingly GA picks out the right 2 sentences from a web page. But gives a lengthy answer to a simple question. (Not sure what an IDD is.) Alexa tries to open a related skill. If there's no related skill enabled on device, Alexa can't answer this question.|
|Which country has the dialing code 39?||Here's something I found on Wikipedia....(long definition of country codes)||Italy||Alexa can't answer this question. GA gets it right and delivered it most efficiently.|
|How do I call Italy?||According to WikiHow, to call Italy, first dial 011, which is the international dialing code. Then, dial 39 for the country code. Finally, enter the area code and the phone number you're trying to call. For example, you might dial 011-39-41-555-5555. For more details on this and other how-to's, ask to open WikiHow.||On the website blog.vonage.com they say: First dial 011, the U.S. exit code.|
Then dial 39, the country code for Italy.
Next dial the area code. Finally dial the phone number.
|Alexa assumes I"m calling from the US. Crucially, neither Assistant asks where are you calling FROM > which affects the answer significantly (011 for US, 00 for EU 010 for Japan etc)|
|How do I call the North Pole?||The answer is North Pole.||According to vonage.com: Call the North Pole. This holiday sleigh bells are ringing and so is Santa's phone. Your kids can call the big man himself and tell him what they want for Christmas.Now through Christmas Eve, kids can leave Santa a message by calling 1-700-CALL-SANTA for free from any vonage home phone.||Ha ha - Alexa supplies the answer in a different context or meaning of "to call". GA got it right! And I like how it found relevant info - even when I was trying to break the experience.|