Mobile Number Tracker (India)
We use first 4 digits of a mobile number to find the registered circle and operator and info may not be accurate. Read more
|8765XXXXXX||BSNL - CellOne||Uttar Pradesh||2 seconds ago|
|8459XXXXXX||MTS India||Delhi||4 seconds ago|
|9599XXXXXX||Airtel||Delhi||6 seconds ago|
|9878XXXXXX||Airtel||Punjab||7 seconds ago|
|9384XXXXXX||Reliance||Chennai||13 seconds ago|
|9848XXXXXX||IDEA||Andhra Pradesh||20 seconds ago|
|9000XXXXXX||Airtel||Andhra Pradesh||20 seconds ago|
|8888XXXXXX||IDEA||Maharashtra||27 seconds ago|
|9438XXXXXX||BSNL - CellOne||Odisha||31 seconds ago|
|9212XXXXXX||Tata Indicom||Delhi||31 seconds ago|
Our mobile number tracker lets you find the location of any mobile number in India. You can trace the location, operator name or internet service provider name and the signal/network type of the number. You just have to type the 10 digit number without +91 or 0 in the textbox above and click on the button that says “Track Number” and you’ll get all the required information.
Currently, the mobile tracker only tells about the circle and operator of the provided number as tracking the complete and accurate information of a mobile number is neither allowed nor possible. If you want to know the name, address and current location of the owner of a number, you should contact your local authorities. You can also use some apps and software to trace a mobile number and know the name of the person who owns it. Truecaller is one good app.
Also note that, although, we try our best to provide details as much accurate as possible, the name of service provider for a few phone numbers may be incorrect due to the availability of mobile number portability service.
“Circle” row in the result indicates the state or area where a mobile number was registered but it does not mean that the mobile number is currently present in that area. We also mark the circle on Google maps in a user-friendly way.
Our mobile tracker includes all three mobile series in India:
However, some of the numbers in 8XXX and 7XXX series are yet to be added to our database.
Note: This tool can only give you a "general idea" of where a number can be from and it may be wrong so it should not be taken seriously. Websites cannot track your mobile number, no website can. We use first 4 digits of a mobile number to find the registered circle and operator. Please do not email us asking for the location of a mobile number (we get lots of them). If you lost your mobile phone, contact your nearest police station as soon as possible.