I had a Directory Assistance # to text to (87411) & now it doesn’t work. Any new ones?
I’d put in the info for the # I wanted, send the text to that #, and the info would get texted back to me within seconds, sometimes minutes—but I could go on with what I was doing and wait for the text alert.
I wouldn’t put the city, state & zip code in if it was a # I wanted nearby, unless it was far away—then I would.
These people really TRIED! They must have had another form of income, bcz this was TOTALLY FREE, and—as I said—they really tried!!!
;o( ….now it’s GONE! Now I get a text error msg, saying my “PduContent was invalid” & a bunch of bianary code #s. No more I guess. Too good to last they say.
I’m not cheap…I just need it when I’m nowhere near a phone book…and I’m too busy to spend time on the phone with regular 411. Anyone know about any new ones?
You can try google 411. Text the listing and the city and state to 46645 and google sends you the address and the phone number of the listing that you are looking for. You can also call google free 411 at 18004664411 and get the listing.
Is there any way (preferably FREE) that you can find someones mobile number on the internet?
I am searching for the mobile number of an old friend. The one I had is no longer connected. I have done the obvious and contacted directory assistance, but it is not listed there, they only have a home number. Oh and its not in whitepages.com either.
Can anybody suggest a site that might actually have this information?
Why dont you just call his/her home?
Can you please help me to solve the problem below?
as of 1986 there were 128 3 digit telephone area codes in use, all conforming to the restrictions that the first digit is not a 0 or1, the middle digit is either a 0 or1, the last digit is not 0, and the last two digits are not 11 (freeing 411 for directory assistance, 911 for emergency and so on).What is the maximum number of 3-digit area codes meeting these restriction?
This is a combinatorial problem where you multiply.
If the first digit is not zero or one, and it can be eight other numbers so they are 8 possible choices
If the second digit is only zero or one, there are only two possible choices.
The last digit can be any number, so there are 10 possible choices.
To find the number of possible area codes, multiply the numbers together: 8x2x10 =160.
Since the last two digits cannot be 11, there are eight numbers for this is the case: 211, 311… So subtract eight and you’re good to go.
how do I find reverse directory assist. on cell phone #, regular 411 does not list any information, want name?
I need FREE assistance as I do not have a credit card and cant use the ones I have found so far on the internet !
The only way to do a reverse search for “free” is to use Google.com and type in the cell number like this:
“(xxx) xxx xxxx”
and so on. Try Yahoo and MSN as well, as their indexes fluctuate and differ slightly.
If you want to pay for results, it IS a bit of a risk, so go with a company that offers a refund policy. For example Cell Phone Reverse Lookup – http://www.reversecellphonerecords.com/ has a 56 day guarantee – no results, then get a refund.
But try Google first.
And if you’re a real “do it yourselfer”, then check out the more detailed tutorial on conducting a free reverse lookup using search engines at Free Reverse Cell Phone Lookup – Zimbio
Best of luck
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