Google PhonebookA­ has a reverse directory feature, which shows a name and address for phone numbers. Reverse phone lookup works best if you start with a landline number for a business or residence.
These books listed businesses and residences, but they didn't include unlisted, fax or cell phone numbers. The Internet's speed and convenience brought an end to paper directories and made reverse phone number lookup another search engine function.
Using Google or another search engine, type the phone number in the search field with the numbers separated by hyphens (for example, 622-555-1777).

Before the Internet, phone companies published reverse phone directories, or reverse white pages, by specific town or area and made them available to the police, libraries and others. White Pages can search for a person’s address in their large directory assistance database to see who is listed. The Google Phonebook result shows the phone owner's name, street address and a map link showing the exact location. Below the Phonebook result, you'll see any other searches found that include the phone number.
Besides name, address and map, this site provides the phone number owner's approximate age.

As with a search engine, you'll usually be given the person's name, street address and a link to a map for driving directions.
These usually are paid functions that can provide unlisted and cell phone numbers for the person, as well as other personal information. If you want these services, you can pay for each search individually or pay an annual fee for unlimited number lookups.

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