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Lets say I search 'pizza' on Google. The page I get returns a box at the top shaded in beige. Below this beige box is a map. Then below the map is a list of local pizza restaurants. The first pizza restaurant is Pizza Hut and there are clickable links to call the restaurant, go to the website and get directions. Is there a way of getting the page to return the actual telephone number and actual web address without having to click each link?

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What you want is already acheivable by Google, but it is up to Google to display the number. On my phone, I even get a "call this site now" and a question to ask if the number was correct or not is shown afterwards. However, this is up to Google so I don't think you can achieve what you want. –  Dave Rook Sep 22 '13 at 13:31

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