Written by Pavan Kumar on April 23, 2008
Few times one may receive phone calls from unknown international numbers. It usually happens for internet users who browse a lot but not having expertise over the different scams. They just simply reply to scam mails with all personal details including the phone number. They may call you back anytime. Once it so happened with one of my friends and I struggled a lot to trace that number. Now, I am going to tell you one service which offers that service for free and you can find out the location of unknown number within seconds.
The featured service I am telling is TP2Location. This is a totally free service which don’t even require your registration. You are not at all providing any personal details to them just except the phone number which you are keying in. The site is provided with a google like interface which makes it user convenient to handle. Many countries are supported till now and they are working towards extending the country list.
You need to key in the phone number in the exact international format using "00" or "+". They save the numbers queried in their database for the improvement of their website functionality but still they guarantee your privacy. A nice tryout and a wonderful service. The following countries are supported till now. Check out their supported country list for further additions.
Egypt – Portugal || North America – United States – Canada || Europe – Austria – Belgium – Belarus – Denmark – Finland – France – Germany – Greece – Hungary – Iceland – Ireland – Norway – Netherlands – Poland – Portugal – Romania – Russian Federation – Switzerland – Sweden – Ukraine – Spain – Turkey – United Kingdom || Middle East – Bahrain – Kuwait – Qatar – Saudi Arabia – UAE – Jordan – Oman – Syria – Yemen – Egypt || Asia – India – Malaysia – Maldives – Pakistan – Bangladesh – Sri Lanka – Japan – China – South Korea – Singapore – Indonesia – Hong Kong – Philippines || Africa – Kenya – South Africa || Australia – New Zealand || Latin America – Argentina – Brazil – Chile – Mexico.
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