YP provides printed commercial and residential telephone directories to customers nationwide. Some telecommunications providers, including Frontier and Verizon, publish their print directories through Dexmedia at the Dir... More »

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In most cities in the U.S., residents can request a free White Pages phone book by mail. The phone books are offered through major telephone companies who service the area. More »

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Although many phone companies eliminated automatic home delivery of phone directories to customers, you can request a phone book by calling the phone company’s customer service department. Your monthly phone bill likely ... More »

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Residential directories, or white pages, are available throughout Canada as of 2015. Individuals can access them from multiple online sources as well as in print. More »

White pages are the section of a telephone directory that lists residential and business numbers. Subscribers are registered in alphabetical order in the white pages. Street addresses and ZIP codes are also normally incl... More »

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People in residential areas are not listed in the Yellow Pages, but they are listed in the white pages of a telephone book. The Yellow Pages are reserved for businesses and corporations only. More »

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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. More »

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