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192.com launches 2008 Electoral Roll

March 6, 2008

UK's most powerful people finder makes 27 million new records available to the public

192.com, retains its position as the UK's most powerful people, business and place finder by being the first and only site to have the 2008 Electoral Roll available to search online today. The 2008 Electoral Roll adds 27 million new names and addresses to 192.com, bringing the total number of current and historical records available to over 630 million.

The new records enable people looking for lost friends and family to quickly and easily find their current address via a simple search on the site. To help users refine their people search, 192.com has also exclusively added Age Guide data to 95% of its 2008 Electoral Roll records. This powerful new option allows users to search by name and estimated age, particularly useful when you are searching for someone across the UK without knowing their location.

For further information about the 2008 Electoral Roll and 192.com's People Search services, please visit www.192.com.

About 192.com

192.com is the de facto standard search engine for finding people, business and places in the UK. Established in 1997 by Alastair Crawford, founder of UK-Info Disk and Passado.com, the multi-award winning 192.com has over five million registered users accessing unequalled breath and depth of data.

192.com searches over 630 million records including free directory enquiries, local business listings, interactive mapping, aerial photography and property reports. Premium records include current and historical electoral rolls; the birth, deaths and marriages register; 1861 census data; and company and director reports.

For more information contact the 192.com Press Office.