Customers can request print copies of White Pages telephone directories by contacting their phone companies. For example, Verizon and AT&T both supply print directories upon request.
Verizon customers can request a copy of the White Pages directory by calling their customer service line. Beginning in 2011, Verizon also made a CD-ROM version of the directory available upon request. AT&T customers can order a copy of the White Pages by calling the company's Directory Resource Center or by making a request online.
Over the last several years, more people have turned to the Internet as a source of contact information. Some estimates say that not printing the White Pages for general distribution saves 5 million trees per year.