Is there a free phone number lookup?

By Nick Asher, On 20th January 2021, Under Electronics and Technology
AnyWho provides a free online people search directory where you can find people by their name, address or you can do a reverse lookup by phone number. The AnyWho People Search is updated weekly with phone numbers of individuals from across the nation.

Just so, how can I check a phone number?

In settings: For every Android phone, regardless of manufacturer, you'll be able to find your phone number if you go to Settings > About Phone or About Device > Status > My phone number. Some Android phones will have SIM or SIM card status listed within Status.

One may also ask, how do you find out who just called you?

To hear a voice announcement of the last caller's number, dial 1471. To return the call after hearing the last caller ID announcement, dial 1471 to hear the announcement, then 3 to return the call. To return the call without hearing the last call ID announcement, dial 1474.

Who belongs to this number?

Use Reverse Phone Lookup
For numbers that are listed in the phonebook, using a reverse phone number service is the easiest way to find out who a telephone number belongs to. The website 411.com offers a free reverse phone number service.

How do you call private?

Please try the following:
  1. Open your Android's Settings. It's the gear.
  2. Scroll down and tap Call Settings. It's under the “Device” header.
  3. Tap Voice Call.
  4. Tap Additional Settings.
  5. Tap Caller ID. A pop-up will appear.
  6. Tap Hide number. Your phone number is now hidden from caller ID when you make outbound calls.
There is no official directory of cell phone numbers that you can use in your search, so finding the number relies heavily on the caller's Internet presence. Check a reverse phone number lookup service such as White Pages, 411 or AnyWho.
Cell phone numbers are private—there's no public directory of cell phone numbers to replace those old paper phone books. However, there are a few ways you can find someone's phone number (and business phone numbers are still easy to find).
An easy way to find out if a phone number is fake is to call it. The phone number is often a fake if it's disconnected. This works well if you're getting calls or texts from a phone number you suspect is fake. Block the phone number if you get a message that it's disconnected when you call.
Finding the SIM number in Settings
  1. Open your Apps list and tap on Settings. Scroll to the bottom of the menu and press About.
  2. Tap Status. On some phones like HTCs, this may be called 'Phone Identity'.
  3. Tap IMEI Information.
  4. Your SIM number will show as either the 'IMSI' number, or the 'ICCID number'.
The easiest and most direct approach is to simply call the number. If it's not in service then you will very quickly get an automated message telling you that. If it is in service then it will ring a few times and either be answered or go to voicemail.
Go to https://www.google.com/ in your computer's web browser. Type your number in (123) 456-7890 format into the Google search bar. You might also type owner or user after the phone number.

Check the WhoCallsMe site.
  1. Type a 10-digit phone number into the text box.
  2. Click Search.
  3. Review the results.
9 Ways To Find Your Mobile Number From Your SIM
  1. Enter a Special Code. Firstly, if you have your SIM in your phone then there is a simple way to find out your telephone number.
  2. Call a Friend.
  3. Call Customer Services.
  4. Check Your Phone Settings.
  5. Look in Your Numbers.
  6. Check Your SIM Card Packaging.
  7. Visit a Store.
  8. Find a Bill or Contract.
See your call history
  1. Open your device's Phone app .
  2. Tap Recents .
  3. You'll see one or more of these icons next to each call in your list: Missed calls (incoming) (red) Calls you answered (incoming) (blue) Calls you made (outgoing) (green)