The telephone number 02382510897 was being searched 26 times. The last time it was checked was 7/27/2021 1:22:37 AM . 2 comments were added to this telephone number . Prefix 023 is the area code of Southampton / Portsmouth .
So far 1 users have classified this telephone number as Silent call , 1 users have classified this telephone number as Unknown .
14 Jul 2021
Got a call from the number 02382510897 yesterday morning. I was at work so didn't answer. I don't
call back unknown numbers, which I think is a good behaviour because of
possible unwanted costs. Some time ago I had a call from similar number.
But they called me again late in the afternoon, I decided to pick it up but there was a silence on the other end and then the call ended. Waste of time.
Category: Silent call
14 Jul 2021
I don't know how many times this number 02382510897 called me. I think it keeps calling since last week . In the beginning they called me in the morning but yesterday in the afternoon. Maybe they want to check which part of the day I am able to answer the phone. Strange
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Other variations of the number 02382510897
(023) 02382510897 , 023 02382510897 , (023) 82510897 , 023 82510897
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