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Mobile Number Location Finder

Find Indian Mobile Number Location, provider, type and other details by entering the mobile number below.


Enter the 10 digits Indian mobile number to track


How to find about mobile number caller information? Received a missed call or a prank call? Wondering how to track mobile number location? Use the Trace mobile number functionality above to find the mobile number location in India.

Using this service one can know the exact location and network provider of the mobile number being tracked. Indian mobile number used to start with 9 but in last few years due to all numbers starting with 9 being used up cell numbers starting with 7 and 8 as their first digit have also been introduced. In case you have twelve digit number starting with 91 or a eleven digit number starting with 0 followed by ten digits starting with 7, 8 or 9 kindly remove the 0 or 91 from the number and enter the remaining ten digit mobile phone number to find about its location and owner. Knowing the precise current location of cell phone using just the mobile number is not possible though this site as of now. It shows the area/city/town where the SIM card for the number was issued and the cellular network service provider it was issued to. Ever since inception, more than six years back, the site is free for non-commercial usage. The mobile number database with owner details is updated twice monthly.

The number tracker works for all cellular network service providers in Indian and for all locations in India. The mobile location on map is approximate and not precise. It shows the service region of the mobile number and not the real time location. Slight variation might be there in the information showed for the mobile number and the actual location details of the mobile. Although at times, both can be same. Due to privacy and security reason the actual real time location of mobile is not shared in public domain and a formal complain with Police and phone service operator is required for the same. In case of metro cities (Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad) and other major cities (like- state capitals and major towns) there is often a separate cyber crime division which looks into these issues and resolves them much faster. There is also a special division at all telecom service providers that looks after such complain resolutions and legal obligations to disclose data to Police and law enforcement for speedy resolution of the problem and identification of the suspect.

There are many area codes for locations in India which start with eight or seven, this gives an impression of the number being a mobile one while in actual it is a fixed phone number. The six or seven digit fixed phone number along with three or four digit area code gives an impression of ten digit mobile number in such cases. In case mobile tracker does not show information for some mobile numbers starting with seven or eight, it is recommended to search for the first three and four digits of such cell numbers in the area code tracer service. Moreover, in some cases the numbers might be masked and full number of the caller might not be shown. Such calls are generally placed from satellite phones or from international numbers. These types of calls are much harder to trace and find about the caller details. In such cases, specially in case of abuse, proper legal guidance must be taken to track down the caller. A formal written complain to your mobile service provider ( mentioning the date and time of the call along with the number displayed) is a must to get more information about the number. It is  always a good idea to keep a xerox copy of the complain along with a proper signed receiving acknowledgment of the complain letter. It is of prime importance in case of online, credit card and bank frauds which are on the rise due to online shopping and other activities. In case the mobile device was compromised due to virus or trojan - it must be mentioned in the written complain.

It is possible for cellular service providers to identify each device uniquely using their telephony service with the help of the IMEI number. In case a stolen mobile is used, it can be identified by the IMEI number and its location can be found. Time is of paramount importance to locate the stolen phone and as time passes by it gets more difficult to find the address of the device and recover it. It is always advisable to note down the mobile IMEI number and the sim number (printed on the sim card) on paper and keep it in a safe place so that the same can be retrieved easily and fast in case of a mishappening with the mobile. The IMEI number can also be found on the box of the mobile phone and in some cases on the invoice of the device. In case of theft, IMEI number can help find the location of the mobile and if need be render the device useless. While buying a second hand phone one should always get a bill for the same with the IMEI number of the device on it. With the IMEI number it is also possible to identify the make and model of the device. There are many online directories which keep a record of IMEI numbers of lost and stolen mobile phones. It is always a good idea to search for the IMEI number of the second hand mobile on such directories before buying to ascertain that the second hand mobile device is not stolen.

With falling prices affordability is no longer an issue with smart phones and people are fast replacing their older generation feature phones with them. Most of smartphones of today have an inbuilt mobile tracker feature. It is also possible to have a tracking or spy app installed without the knowledge of the device owner. Such apps often disguise themselves as utility app and are hidden while working in background. One should always keep a lock code or password for unlocking the mobile and should never leave the device unattended. Once such spy app is installed it can access your location in real time using the GPS built into the device and call also access your phone book and call records. Due to privacy and safety reasons one should always delete apps no longer in use and restrict themselves from installing apps from other app market places besides the popular ones operated by Google (Play Store) and Apple (App Store). It is a good idea to review the permissions granted to an app and restrict or block access to services which might not be required for fulfilling the primary purpose of the app. For example, an arcade gaming App might ask for permission to your phone book, which can be totally denied. Many social networking apps also ask for too many permission and over time gather your personal information which might help them profile you and show you targeted advertising. Apps from renowned and respectable companies have an option to set privacy option which lets you control how much of your personal data you share with them.

There are Apps for smartphones which alert the owner by sending a mail or sms whenever the sim card on the device is replaced. For the fear of being caught, the first thing mobile thieves do is switch off the device and take its sim card out. Then they replace it with other sim after a gap of few days, often with that of different service provider company. Once the app detects the SIM change it works in the background and sends a SMS or message to a predefined number whenever. The message normally contains the new SIM card number, subscriber phone number and at times physical co-ordinates of the device. This data can be very helpful for recovering a lost or stolen mobile phone. As the message is sent by the device in the background without any prompts or notification on the screen the thief of the stolen mobile is unaware of it. With the help of the new sim mobile number the real time location of the mobile device can be traced and the stolen device recovered. More ever from the new SIM number alone the thief can be tracked as the telecom service provider company must be having identity and address records furnished by the person while taking the new phone connection.

For more information on mobile number tracking you can check out the FAQs section and also the knowledgebase section. The service works for all telecom circles (i.e - Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Jammu and Kashmir, West Bengal, Bihar, Orrisa, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Maharastra, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Tamil Nadu, Kerela, Karnataka) and providers (CDMA & GSM) in India. The numbers of all major cellular service providers in India, namely - Airtel, Aircel, Idea, Tata Docomo, Vodafone, BSNL, MTNL, Reliance Jio, MTS, Telenor, Loop and Videocon are included in the database.



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