Finding an address from a phone number

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shazza
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Is there any way of doing this? or at least narrowing it down to a town or something?
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Is there any way of doing this? or at least narrowing it down to a town or something?
you can look the area code up in the phone book....

do you know the name?? look up the name in the phone book and then check the phone number against it- it will have the first line of the address-house number and road name.....
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Depends if it is a land line or a mobile. If it's a landline, the five digits at the beginning of the number is the county...
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192.com sighn up and fill in a servay for free credits
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o.k. ty.
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do u have there name ill find them for i've still gat loads of credits left
i only signed up to find my dad
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(Original post by shazza)
Is there any way of doing this? or at least narrowing it down to a town or something?
Go on line and do a reverse lookup.
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Is there any way of doing this? or at least narrowing it down to a town or something?
Phone the number and ask
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*obvious answer*

Phone up the number and ask what the address is.

The area code is pretty easy to track down - after that the first 3 or 2 numbers will usually narrow down the area a bit more (depending on if it's a 4 or 5 digit area code).

The last 4 numbers are random.
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The police can
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http://www.bt.com/localarea/index.js...cefkdffndfhg.0 to find out the area code
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surely directory enquiries would be able to help,.... but does it exist anymore? :confused: *hmmmmm*
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surely directory enquiries would be able to help,.... but does it exist anymore? :confused: *hmmmmm*
there's about 20 different versions (like 118 118)

lou xxx
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there's about 20 different versions (like 118 118)

lou xxx
and they're all expensive, and located in somewhere like India...
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(Original post by lou p lou)
there's about 20 different versions (like 118 118)
oh yeah
Im being a Dave today. too much stress.
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