Reverse Phone Lookup New Zealand- NZ Phone Trace

To perform a New Zealand reverse telephone lookup the right way, an individual will need to use social media, New Zealand contact information databases, and Google.co.nz as an investigative tool. This is how a New Zealand citizen can find out who a phone number belongs to.

  • Unfortunately, New Zealand paid phone lookup services will offer no help.


This might seem to make a New Zealand reverse phone lookup appear like a difficult ordeal. There are multiple on-line NZ phone research services on the web that will promise results for a small amount of money. However, many of these NZ reverse-phone-lookup services are simply clickbait scams or are just trying to get a small fee from the New Zealander:

  • These NZ services will not be able to provide the New Zealand phone number information the user is looking for.

Furthermore, New Zealand protects the cellular phone data for their NZ population, so a NZ service that claims to offer reverse phone lookups in New Zealand is almost always a scam. A DIY reverse lookup will always be the best option.

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New Zealand Phone Lookup Using Cyber Investigation

So, is a New Zealand reverse-phone-lookup even a reality? Yes, but it will require an OSINT effort. OSINT, or open-source intelligence, is the use of public information to gain intelligence or “info.”


Public Numbers in New Zealand

Fortunately, a lot of New Zealand phone numbers/ cell numbers in NZ are available to the pubic, they are just surrounded by a lot of other data/ info which makes the task of a reverse number lookup require some effort.


NZ Phone Numbers on the Web

By available to the public, we mean the NZ numbers are available on the web. So, how does a New Zealander start to perform a correct NZ reverse phone lookup? By free reverse phone lookup methods. This is done by utilizing Google.co.nz, on-line NZ phone directories, and NZ social media. These are just a few of the ways to perform a quality and "no cost" reverse phone lookup in New Zealand.



New Zealand Reverse Phone Search Summary

  1. Use the Google.co.nz Search Operator: "Exact Phrase Match." This is used in our Free Google Reverse Phone Lookup Tool!

  2. Insert the number in NZ phone number directories, such as New Zealand White Pages.

  3. Do a number lookup by searching the NZ number in social media platforms.



Google.co.nz Reverse Phone Lookup

Google.co.nz is typically where a New Zealander should start when beginning a reverse phone lookup to search people in NZ. This is a great way to start a NZ phone number research task when it is combined with "Google Search Operators."


This also answers the question:

  • "how do I do a New Zealand reverse phone lookup for free on Google.co.nz?"

The answer is using Google Search Operators. Search Operators are special text characters and commands that greatly extend the capabilities of a regular Google.co.nz search.


Google.co.nz Search Operator

The one Google.co.nz Search Operator that works with a New Zealand phone number lookup is quotes (""). This Operator searches Google.co.nz for 100% the exact phrase that is being searched within the quotes:

  • The NZ phone number!

If the New Zealand phone number is searched inside quotes, only results containing that number will appear. This will get rid of a near infinite amount of unwanted similar New Zealand phone numbers that will not help in the NZ phone number search.

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New Zealand Phone Number Directories

NZ phone numbers, including cell numbers, can also be found in on-line New Zealand directories. This means that the NZ telephone number information is sometimes located on the "Dark Web."

  • The Dark Web is not as scary as people make it out to be

Rather, The Dark Web is just the part of the internet that is not able to be accessed by Google.co.nz and many on-line New Zealand directories have information that requires access to their database.

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A lot of these New Zealand databases will not be indexed by Google.co.nz. So, this means that looking up a number through NZ phone directories will need a lot of work. The telephone number will have to be searched in the search-box of each NZ directory that has a database that is not indexed by Google.co.nz. These New Zealand directories can be phone lookup services such as White Pages New Zealand.


New Zealand Phone Lookup Via Social Media

As with on-line NZ phone directories, social media accounts will sometimes have cellular phone information that is not accessible by Google.co.nz.


Many New Zealand social media users will have their NZ phone information available with a fast search in the social media's search box. Similar to NZ phone directories, the phone number will need to be searched individually in each of the social media platforms.

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It should be obvious now why New Zealand paid phone lookup services cannot be used. These NZ services are always disingenuous and if they can get information on a NZ phone number, it will be fragmented information that has been aggregated from Google.co.nz. This is true even for services that claim to be the best free New Zealand reverse phone lookup service.

  • The free New Zealand services are usually just trying to get and sell personal data from the New Zealand population.

Thankfully, a basic reverse NZ phone lookup can be done simply and without a paid or free service. All one has to do is utilize Google.co.nz, NZ telephone databases, and social media. After these three basic steps, a New Zealand phone search will yield the most accurate information available.

New Zealand Telephone Number Area Code List

  • Auckland: +64 9

  • Chatham Islands: +64 3

  • Christchurch: +64 3

  • Dunedin: +64 3

  • Hamilton: +64 7

  • Hastings: +64 6

  • Invercargill: +64 3

  • Napier: +64 6

  • Nelson: +64 3

  • New Plymouth: +64 6

  • Palmerston North: +64 6

  • Richmond: +64 765

  • Tauranga Harbour: +64 7

  • Timaru: +64 3

  • Wellington: +64 4

  • Westport: +64 812


 

About the Author

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Peter Sandru is an Instructor & Co-Founder of NDIL with over 14 years as a Professional Investigator. Peter has spent more than a decade conducting investigations throughout the world, primarily for corporations, law firms, and government agencies. Peter has assisted in the creation of many investigative training programs in various capacities. Peter has helped many in New Zealand on their journey to learning to utilize search engines to their full potential.