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Google won't assign a google+ ID without release of mobile phone number. What would you do?
Assign with mobile number if the Google+ID is important for you to have. If it's not that important, keep your mobile number to yourself ofcourse.
If we talk about privacy here, the days are over now that mobile numbers are 'required' for almost any profile online. It's not something you can easily avoid unless you don't need Google+ to begin with. It's up to each and everyone's personal choice I guess.
Some people input fake numbers which they don't own or avoid the service altogether. I don't want to give Google that info and I choose not to sign up for these types of services. The choice is up to each individual and only you can choose what you prefer and what's best for you.
There is nothing malicious here. In fact it is the opposite. Even banks are using sms to mobiles to verify actions that are personally sensitive. Like transfers of money. In the case of online accounts like Google, Yahoo, Facebook etc... it is a way to verify the person making the changes is authorized. Hence you get a code sent by sms to your mobile when you want to make personally sensitive changes to you online profile. This is a great way to protect your info because it's not very likely you would be making such changes and holding a phone that's not yours at the same time. You would think it would already have been shut down if reported stolen so such changes wouldn't be possible.
by ngureco7 years ago
How Do You Block A Phone Number From Calling Your Mobile Phone Number?For Example, You May Need To Block Ex-Husbands, Ex-Wives, Dumped Girlfriends And Boyfriends From Inciting and Interfering With Your Newly Found Love.
by Sourav Rana5 years ago
HiI am from India. When i tried to publish my 1st hub.The website asked me for verifying my mobile no.I entered my mobile no.But i did not got my verification sms even after 1 hour.Now when i retry confirm then the site...
by Bobby Isenhower5 years ago
How do I add google adsense when I dont have a phone number or zip code to verify?I have a google adsense account but it doesnt have a phone number or zip, and I dont see anywhere to add it on google adsense.....
by linkbuildingindia14 months ago
Can anyone tell me why am I not getting any confirmation code text sms to my mobile number? Right now, I even can not add alternative mobile number for receiving confirmation code and whenever i am trying to publish my...
by Susan Zutautas6 years ago
This is not really big deal but I just signed into google adsense reports and there was a message there saying if I didn't supply my phone number I could lose my account. I put in my phone number and went to where...
by sharanya dinesh6 years ago
I tried to link with adsense google, but my phone number last 5 digits do not match .help please moreover.is this option available for people living in india at all? my code also may not be recognised otherwise.
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