How can I find a russian girl if I only know her first name and mobile phone number?

I have met this great russian girl on a train from Budapest to Vienna! It’s amazing I know… Unfortunatly in the end I would only know her name (Julia) and her phone number (+79161xxxxxx). The terrible thing is that when I tried to call her in Vienna to meet, I couldn’t reach her.. When I came back to Romania I tried to call her for several times (still trying) but I’d always get the same robot message: "Sorry, the mobile number is temporarly blocked". Does anyone have any idea what this means. Or if/how I can find out her full name (and maybe city) by knowing only this. I also know she’s a student at a university, her major being history.
I’d appreciate anything relevant
Thanks alot 🙂

Unfortunately, Russian mobile phones all start with +79xxxxxxxxx. +79 is "non-geographic" which means she could be from anywhere in Russia.

"The number is temporarily blocked" means she has no credits (or her credits expired), so she cannot recieve calls. The number will deactivate if the credits are not recharged in a certain period of time. If she had a contract plan, it means she did not pay her bill (but I doubt she had a contract – they are not common for "commoners").

Her number likely would not work in Vienna, unless she was on a contract mobile plan in Russia (which is unlikely).

You will not find her, and it appears she did not really want you to find her.

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5 thoughts on “How can I find a russian girl if I only know her first name and mobile phone number?

  1. Unfortunately, Russian mobile phones all start with +79xxxxxxxxx. +79 is "non-geographic" which means she could be from anywhere in Russia.

    "The number is temporarily blocked" means she has no credits (or her credits expired), so she cannot recieve calls. The number will deactivate if the credits are not recharged in a certain period of time. If she had a contract plan, it means she did not pay her bill (but I doubt she had a contract – they are not common for "commoners").

    Her number likely would not work in Vienna, unless she was on a contract mobile plan in Russia (which is unlikely).

    You will not find her, and it appears she did not really want you to find her.
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    I live in Eastern Europe (Ukraine)

  2. Have you tried to call her while you were with her? If you are lucky it’s only roaming issues..

    +7 is Kazakhstan and they have 3 mobile operators
    There are 17 universities and at least 4 of them teach history

    Because you know so little I suppose the best is to talk directly to people who might have at least a clue:

    http://forum.expat.nursat.kz/
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  3. when operator says that it means whether that phone is out of service at all, or maybe she just changed the number and this one would be deleted soon.

    sorry and good luck
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