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We don't have a Jamaica White pages directory compared to what is known or used in the US, for example.

What we have is an expanded and comprehensive yellow pages directory that includes contacts for individuals as well- thanks again to Cable and Wireless - now LIME.

As far as I know they still have the most comprehensive published list of individual and business contacts here.

There is another suppler, RedBKJamaica, an affiliate of Digicel Jamaica Ltd. that is rivalling LIME now- and doing well, but they still have some catching up to do. I mentioned them in the Jamaica Yellow Pages article.

And yes, they have printed ones locally for free as well as the online version- which of course I prefer because of the ease of search.

Searching for someone's contact is now a breeze!

They ask for us to input the name in the format "Lastname, Firstname", but you know what? It really doesn't matter.

The most important thing is to make sure you get the correct spelling of the name [as they have it stored]- I played around with it just to see how it works.

Click here to hop over to their website and do your search now!

Don't be carried away by the ads and other stuff on the site, just look for the box that says "Search for a Person" or "Find A Person".

Happy Searching!

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