If you ever have the need to know your Windows Phone IP address, you can track it down through a simple Bing Search. It is a trick that some of our seasoned readers may already be aware of but those new to Windows Phone may not be.
Just as you can do on your Windows 8 computer, if you launch Bing Search on your Windows Phone 8 device and type, “my IP address” the result will be your phone’s IP address. It is easy as pie.
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