You should realize that they may not always be the person that they present over email.
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That way he knows he doesn’t have to stay on the phone forever (ahhh…sweet relief! Even if it gets awkward, allow him to take the lead and invite you on a date! If geographically undesirable, make a real plan to meet up.
Normally that would only occur after several emails back and forth.
Could be even a month....simply depends on the guy, and what else is going on. I've never been too concerned about anyone looking up my address.
A person cannot find out where you live by your cell phone alone, unless somewhere on the public internet you wrote "My name is [x] and my phone number is [x] and the address associated with both is [x]. Unless you're dating a guy who works at NSA or is a computer hacker.
Then buy one of those walmart phones and use that anonymously.
How is someone going to find your address by your phone number?
That was back in the days when people still had land lines and published their numbers in the phone book.
In the event that you click, exchange a few emails, some short phone calls and a video chat or two. Plan to meet in a public place and let friends know where you’re going and when to expect you home.
Remember, talking to someone online and meeting him in real life are completely different.
You can put him at ease by letting him know up front when you’re free to talk.