Google Phone Number Lookup [Phonebook Search]

Google Search is not just about searching for terms, they also have a Phonebook search, which allows users to lookup phone numbers of users.

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You can lookup any numbers of users by visiting the Google Phonebook Search, or by typing the phone numbers directly in Google search. Google search displays the name of the user who owns the phone number and the address with a link to a Map.

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You can also append the phonebook operator to your search queries to directly search Google phonebook, for example if you want to lookup phone numbers for Bill Gates, the search term will be phonebook:Bill Gates, typing this query will directly take you to the Google phonebook search page. Try this search query by clicking on this link, phonebook:Bill Gates.

If you paranoid about privacy and want your phone number removed from this list, visit the phone number removal information page.

Google Phonebook Search [via Google Inside]

5 thoughts on “Google Phone Number Lookup [Phonebook Search]”

  1. didnt knw you could go this with google.

    While working for Covad (they are the ones who actually give boradband for AOL, eartlink, at&t, etc), we have access to the phone companies records. This reminds me of that hehe.

  2. It’s always better to use a website that provides paid reverse cell phone lookup services; since it needs a lot of money to maintain a proper cell phone number database. And, so those who claim to conduct cell phone lookup at free of cost are all bogus; they charges money afterward. There are several sites that provide the most reliable fast and accurate result for minimum charges. You may use AAfter to get a comprehensive list of such sites. Just put the number in the search box and get it done.

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