Phone number to words
This service converts a phone number into easy to remember words.
Many telephone keypads have letters with the numbers, from which words, names, acronyms, abbreviations or alphanumeric combinations can be formed. These words are known as phonewords. Phonewords are easier to remember than a meaningless sequence of numbers.
212-272-5263 becomes a-1-barb-lane
Businesses use phonewords in advertisements on television, billboard or radio.
There are different telephone keypads, each with a different number-letters mapping. But most phones built today place letters on the phone keypad according to the ITU E.161 standard:
This service does not only convert a phone number to words, but it converts words into a phone number and convert a phone number to all letters combinations. Due to the large amount of data the letter combinations is limited to maximum 60000.
How this service works: