In order to stop spam and abuse, Google demands phone verification when creating a new Gmail account. Without phone verification it is not possible to create an infinite number of Gmail accounts.
- However, there are a few workarounds that may allow you to create a few extra Gmail accounts without verifying your phone number. These workarounds may not always work, and they may violate Google’s terms of service.
- One workaround is to use a temporary phone number service. These services provide you with a temporary phone number that you can use to receive verification codes. However, these services are often unreliable, and they may not always work with Google’s verification process.
- Another workaround is to use a VoIP phone number. VoIP phone numbers are virtual phone numbers that you can use to make and receive calls over the internet. However, Google may not always recognize VoIP phone numbers as valid phone numbers, and you may not be able to use them to verify your Gmail account.
- Finally, you can try using a different phone number each time you create a new Gmail account. This may work for a few accounts, but Google will eventually catch on and start requiring you to verify your phone number.
- It is important to note that these workarounds are not foolproof, and they may not always work. They may also violate Google’s terms of service, and you could be banned from using Gmail if you are caught using them.
If you need to create multiple Gmail accounts, it is best to follow Google’s rules and verify your phone number. This will help to ensure that your accounts are secure and that you do not violate Google’s terms of service.
I hope this helps.