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phonenumbers Python Library

This is a Python port of Google’s lib phonenumber library It supports Python 2.5-2.7 and Python 3.x (in the same codebase, with no 2to3 conversion needed).

Installation in pip

pip install phonenumbers

Installation in conda

to install phonenumber library in anaconda try running any of these commands in anaconda prompt

conda install -c conda-forge phonenumbers
conda install -c conda-forge/label/gcc7 phonenumbers
conda install -c conda-forge/label/cf201901 phonenumbers
conda install -c conda-forge/label/cf202003 phonenumbers

Example of usage of this library

Main object of this library is  PhoneNumber object. We can create this object from a string that contains phone number using the parse function. We have to provide the country code along with phone number

import phonenumbers
from phonenumbers import carrier
from phonenumbers import timezone
x = phonenumbers.parse("+442083661177", None)
print(x)
Country Code: 44 National Number: 2083661177
type(x)
<class 'phonenumbers.phonenumber.PhoneNumber'>
y = phonenumbers.parse("020 8366 1177", "GB")
print(y)
Country Code: 44 National Number: 2083661177 Leading Zero: False

You might want to get some information about the location that corresponds to a phone number. The geocoder.area_description_for_number does this, when possible.

>>> from phonenumbers import geocoder
>>> ch_number = phonenumbers.parse("0431234567", "CH")
>>> geocoder.description_for_number(ch_number, "de")
'Zürich'
>>> geocoder.description_for_number(ch_number, "en")
'Zurich'
>>> geocoder.description_for_number(ch_number, "fr")
'Zurich'
>>> geocoder.description_for_number(ch_number, "it")
'Zurigo'

For mobile numbers in some countries, you can also find out information about which carrier originally owned a phone number.

from phonenumbers import carrier
ro_number = phonenumbers.parse("+40721234567", "RO")
carrier.name_for_number(ro_number, "en")

‘Vodafone’

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