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Laravel Phone

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Adds phone number functionality to Laravel based on the PHP port of Google's libphonenumber API by giggsey.

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Check out the behavior of this package in the demo.


Run the following command to install the latest applicable version of the package:

The Service Provider gets discovered automatically by Laravel.

In your languages directory, add an extra translation in every validation.php language file:


To validate a phone number, use the phone keyword in your validation rules array or use the Phone rule class to define the rule in an expressive way. The phone validator is able to operate in three ways.

To specify constraints on the number type, just append the allowed types to the end of the parameters, e.g.:

The most common types are mobile and fixed_line, but feel free to use any of the types defined here.

You can also enable more lenient validation (for example, fixed lines without area codes) by using the LENIENT parameter. This feature inherently doesn't play well with country autodetection and number type validation, so use such combo at own risk.

Attribute casting

Two cast classes are provided for automatic casting of Eloquent model attributes:

Both classes automatically cast the database value to a PhoneNumber object for further use in your application.

When setting a value, they both accept a string value or a PhoneNumber object. The RawPhoneNumberCast mutates the database value to the raw input number, while the E164PhoneNumberCast writes a formatted E.164 phone number to the database.

In case of RawPhoneNumberCast, the cast needs to be hinted about the phone country in order to properly parse the raw number into a phone object. In case of E164PhoneNumberCast and the value to be set is not already in some international format, the cast needs to be hinted about the phone country in order to properly mutate the value.

Both classes accept cast parameters in the same way:

  1. When a similar named attribute exists, but suffixed with _country (e.g. phone_country), the cast will detect and use it automatically.
  2. Provide another attribute's name as a cast parameter
  3. Provide one or several country codes as cast parameters

In order to not encounter any unexpected issues when using these casts, please always validate any input using the validation rules previously described.

⚠️ Attribute assignment and E164PhoneNumberCast

Due to the nature of E164PhoneNumberCast a valid country attribute is expected if the number is not passed in international format. Since casts are applied in the order of the given values, be sure to set the country attribute before setting the phone number attribute. Otherwise E164PhoneNumberCast will encounter an empty country value and throw an unexpected exception.

Utility PhoneNumber class

A phone number can be wrapped in the Propaganistas\LaravelPhone\PhoneNumber class to enhance it with useful utility methods. It's safe to directly reference these objects in views or when saving to the database as they will degrade gracefully to the E.164 format.


A PhoneNumber can be formatted in various ways:

Number information

Get some information about the phone number:

Helper function

The package exposes the phone() helper function that returns a Propaganistas\LaravelPhone\PhoneNumber instance or the formatted string if $format was provided:

Database considerations

Disclaimer: Phone number handling is quite different in each application. The topics mentioned below are therefore meant as a set of thought starters; support will not be provided.

Storing phone numbers in a database has always been a speculative topic and there's simply no silver bullet. It all depends on your application's requirements. Here are some things to take into account, along with an implementation suggestion. Your ideal database setup will probably be a combination of some of the pointers detailed below.


The E.164 format globally and uniquely identifies a phone number across the world. It also inherently implies a specific country and can be supplied as-is to the phone() helper.

You'll need:


Presenting the phone number the way it was inputted

If you store formatted phone numbers the raw user input will unretrievably get lost. It may be beneficial to present your users with their very own inputted phone number, for example in terms of improved user experience.

You'll need:


Supporting searches

Searching through phone numbers can quickly become ridiculously complex and will always require deep understanding of the context and extent of your application. Here's a possible approach covering quite a lot of "natural" use cases.

You'll need:


Requires php Version ^7.3|^8.0
illuminate/contracts Version ^8.9|^9.0
illuminate/support Version ^8.0|^9.0
illuminate/validation Version ^8.0|^9.0
giggsey/libphonenumber-for-php Version ^7.0|^8.0
league/iso3166 Version ^2.0|^3.0|^4.0

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