Our collection of international phone directories encompass the globe. Every major geographical region has been represented and accounted for. As most telephone subscribers -- including both cell phone and landline -- are listed along with their postal addresses, you can literally find anyone anywhere in the world. Our international phone directories provide extensive information about telephone numbers across the world. Rather than cross-reference a multitude of phone directories, at Reverse Phone Check we?ve combined them into one convenient database. Use a direct or reverse lookup search to find the number you need. Our international phone directories contain extensive details pertaining to registered -- and unlisted -- phone numbers in every major country.
International Phone Directories
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Africa is the second largest and most populous continent after Asia with an estimated population of around one billion people. It has 61 territories and has an area of around 30.2 million Km2. Africa has a lot of natural resources however it is still one of the poorest and underdeveloped continents of the world. The telecom industry in the continent is still experiencing the boom and growing number of people are opting for the landline or cellular services. Phone numbers in Africa use the World Numbering Zone number 2 when dialed from other countries.
The world's largest and most populous continent, with an estimated population of 4 billion people, is Asia. It has a total area of 44,579,000 Km2 and was one of the first continents to be swept by the telecom boom of the early 2000s. The Eastern regions of Asia fall under the World Numbering Zone number 8, whereas Western Asia and the Middle East fall under the World Numbering Zone number 9. You can get phone numbers and postal codes for nearly every address in Asia.
The Caribbean is tropical region that comprises more than 7000 islands and nearly 37.5 million residents. Though the Caribbean was a late entrant in the telecom revolution, especially with regards to cellular phone use, most Caribbean nations are included in the North American Numbering Plan. This includes such islands as the Bahamas and Bermuda. The regions of Caribbean fall under World Numbering Zone numbers 5 and 6. You can access any landline or cell phone in the Caribbean online.
Central America claims a total area of 523,780 Km and a total population of 40 million people. Though it is a culturally rich region, it is tied to the North American World Numbering Zone number 1. Our Central American phone directories cover every country, from Guatemala to Panama.
Though the European continent is the world's smallest, with a total area of 10,180,000 square kilometers, it s the third most populous with more than 731 million residents. The European market for landlines and cell phone rivals that of North America and Asia. The European World Numbering Plan Zone numbers are 3 and 4.
The Middle East covers what is officially known as Southwest Asia, parts of Southeast Europe, and parts of Northeast Africa. It claims a population of 230 million people. Approximately two-thirds of the population uses landline or cellular phones. The Middle East utilizes the World Numbering Plan Zone number 9. Relevant Middle Eastern phone searches and reverse searches can be conducted in a mater of minutes with Reverse Mobile.
The North American continent, though it encompasses 529 million people and a total area of 22.9 kilometer squared, it is home to the United States. The continent is home to the largest telecommunication companies and providers in the world. It falls under the World Numbering Plan Zone number 1. Our North American phone directories contain an extensive database of registered landline and cell phone numbers.
Oceania encompasses thousands of islands in the Pacific Ocean tangential to Australia. The total population of this region is 32 million people, encompassing a total area of 9,008, 458 Km2. The region as experienced a surge in both cell phone and landline use since 1990. Oceania falls under the World Numbering Plan Zone number 6. From new Zealand to Fiji, Oceanic numbers can be accessed using our comprehensive database of international phone numbers.
The Russian Federation is the largest country in the world. It boasts a total population of 142 million people and encompasses a total area of 17,075, 400 Km2. The Federation falls under the World Numbering Plan Zone number 7. It is massive, exhaustive phone directory that can be accessed online.
South America has a total area of 17,840,000 square kilometers and an estimated population of approximately 371 million people. It is the fifth most populous region in the world. Countries like Brazil and Chile have been on the forefront of the cell phone revolution since the early 1990s. The region falls under the World Numbering Plan Zone number 5. Find the South American numbers you need with Reverse Mobile.