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Reverse Lookup Phone Number and get Geographical Location

Filed under: by: The Geekie

What is Reverse Lookup??
The way of tracing back a phone number to its location with help of technology and internet

So before proceeding first of all kudos to such technology :)

Got a missed call from unknown number???
Want to trace a prank call???

If answer to these questions is Yes then you are at right place.
There are both free and paid services available for reverse lookup.

I am sure you want free service, so following are the links to some sites.Check out.

International Numbering Plans offers phone to location and network information retrieval for landline and mobile phones across the world absolutely for free.

TP2Location lets users reverse lookup any Telephone Number to its geographical location.

If you are ready to spend some bucks (this is none of your business though :P ) , then there are paid services like

Cellphone Registry provides its members the easiest way to trace prank calls.Why paid???? Because they include Owner information,Carrier details,Address details,etc in phone report.

Start exploring and tracing your friend's number.

8 comments:

On January 27, 2009 at 10:54 PM , Illeen said...

wow..i'll track you...

 
On January 31, 2009 at 5:41 PM , mou said...

now this is really cool...and might i say, very very useful :P!

 
On January 31, 2009 at 5:43 PM , The Geekie said...

@illeen
lol...stop tracing me...else u will get calls frm a psycho :D


@mou
he he...thnkxx...btw do update ur blog

 
On February 9, 2009 at 10:33 AM , mou said...

had thought of taking a looooong break...anyways, updated at last :)...though i doubt it's going to make much sense...

 
On May 23, 2009 at 4:05 AM , Rajiv Mohapatra said...

well the sites only tell you the telecom circle, they do not tell you any details about where the call has been made from.

for example you take a mobile from Pune and use it in Bhubaneswar, the sites will only tell you that its an MH number even if the calls are originating from OR

 
On May 23, 2009 at 1:26 PM , The Geekie said...

@Mou
wher r u?????i dnt see ny updates in ur blog since months

hope u will b back with some interesting ones soon


cheers :0

 
On May 23, 2009 at 1:30 PM , The Geekie said...

@Rajiv

well seems u did tried tracing :)
Those sites give limted access to cell user database

for real time tracking u need to activate paid services like Cellphone Registry ...i have given the link in post... chk out last line


nywazz nice to see u dropping in my blog :)

keep visiting

Cheers :)

 
On June 2, 2009 at 12:16 AM , kim said...

great and useful too... :)

 

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