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Telephone directories are used to find addresses and phone numbers of subscribers in a city, town or county. Subscribers may request to be left out of the directory, usually for a fee. Phone books are divided into two se... More »

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Find a free telephone directory on people-locating websites such as 411.com and AnyWho.com. From the home pages of these websites, navigate to the free phone directory by clicking the People or White Pages categories. More »

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Depending on whether a person or business is needed, the directory can be found at either whitepages.com/white-pages/ny or yellowpages.com/queens-ny. The White Pages does not offer a specific Queens section, but it does ... More »

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Telephone directories can only list landline telephone numbers because those phone numbers are a matter of public record. Cell phone numbers, however, are not considered public records, and websites or services offering ... More »

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A Bell South telephone directory is a book that lists the names, addresses and phone numbers of anyone who subscribes to the BellSouth Corporation, which is also known as AT&T Southeast. AT&T acquired BellSouth on Decemb... More »

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A reverse telephone directory can be used in telemarketing campaigns, provided that the phone numbers are not listed on the "Do not call" registry. The registry is only meant for personal landline or cell phone numbers. More »

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A reverse telephone directory is an accessible listing of residential, businesses and organization's phone numbers. The directory allows an individual to track a phone number and, if the number is listed, get information... More »

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