AnyWho.com is an online phone directory that is owned by the company AT&T. The website is free to use for everyone and anyone can visit AnyWho.com to access the information provided by them. Most of the listings information is provided by YellowPages.com, a company owned by the AT&T.
Even though the website is owned by AT&T, AnyWho.com is not just limited to only AT&T customer but to all, to access the data within the directories.

How do I search on AnyWho.com?
The website offers three ways for users to search for places, business and finding people.

1. AnyWho Yellow pages – the searching method to find a business can be performed in two ways. Firstly by entering the business name along with the business location, to track and find the exact details of the local listing business or users can only enter the phone number of the business with the area code and get the results.

2. AnyWho People Search – to find a person, you can enter the person’s full name with the zip code and hit the search button to get the results. The search result information is provided by Intelius.com and users get a full detail of the person, with the address, contact number along with maps and driving directions.

3. AnyWho Reverse Phone Lookup – this allows users to enter the phone number of an unknown caller and immediately lookup their register to see which user is registered to that unknown number.

What do I do if my listing information is wrong on AnyWho.com?

Anywho.com offers both white and yellow pages listing for a local listing business, individuals, and local government offices. The website is a part of the yellowpage.com family of brands, so all of the information listed on yellow pages of AnyWho.com is obtained directly from yellowpages.com. If in case you find any misinformation about your local business listing or you need to update/remove your listing, you can visit yellowpages.com and search for your business and request for an edit on the business main profile page.