30 Sep Reverse Cell Phone Lookup – Find the Number & Address of Any Cell Phone Number
Is there a way to find out who owns a cell phone number? The answer is yes, there is. As a matter of fact, it is quite simple and inexpensive. You can always try the free way (search in a search engine like google, Bing and Yahoo by entering the phone number in the search box and hitting the "search" button), but in 99 out of 100 cases, you will come up empty handed.
Why? Because that information (cell phone numbers and their accompanying addresses, etc) is exclusively held by the cellular carriers themselves (T-mobile, Verizon, Sprint, AT & T, Boost – all of them).
There is a reason why they do not give this information out for free. At least the cellular carriers think it's a good reason: Because there is no money in it for them. Unfortunate, but true, the communications giants are only in it for the almighty dollar.
The only way to unlock the information behind a cell phone number is by using a reverse phone directory.
Why Is A Reverse Phone Directory Service Better?
Because you'll receive all the information on the owner of the cell phone number that the cellular service provider has on them – we are talking everything; name, current address, all previous addresses and any other background information on record. For a very reasonable cost you find out whatever it is you need to know about who is calling you, your kids, your spouse or anyone else you care about.
How Do I Lookup A Cellular Phone Number Using A Reverse Cell Phone Lookup Service?
That's the easy part. Find a reputable reverse phone directory, which is easy to use. The good ones only have one field to fill in, and that's where the phone number of the person in question goes. Hit enter and off it goes to search its database for your results. The search returns partial information behind the number you are looking up, and complete information (first name, last name, home address, previous addresses and more) for a small charge.
It is a convenient and safe way to find the information you sorely need. And a few dollars is a small price to pay to find out who's been calling you or your loved ones, would not you agree?
How Much Does A Service Like This Cost?
It varies vastly from company to company. My advice is do NOT go for the cheapest one, because although it may save you a buck or two, their service may not deliver the results you were hiring for.
By Bob Langford