Reverse Cell Phone Directories – Easily Trace Wireless, Unlisted, VoIP, and Fax Numbers
It seems like everyone has had a point in their life where they were curious about the identity of a wireless call they received, but didn’t actually want to call the number back to find out. Maybe you’re worried about an ex-boyfriend calling you from different numbers to harass you, or you want to get to the bottom of repeated prank phone calls in the middle of the night. Whatever the reason, reverse cell phone directories have stepped in to fill this void.
Because wireless phones are considered private and not a matter of public domain, you won’t find the information you are looking for in the White Pages or any other free directory. The major wireless carriers like Sprint and Verizon also don’t offer free directories for the numbers they service available to the public.
Instead, in the last few years, they began leasing the information to the reverse cell phone directories that now make the results accessible to anyone in exchange for a small fee. The reason a fee is charged is because the directories have first had to pay the major mobile phone carriers. The fee is very reasonable, though. The cost of the results of a single search is just about the price of two value meals at McDonald’s.
Not only do they carry the identifying information behind mobile numbers, but unlisted, listed, fax, and VoIP numbers as well.
In return for that, you’ll find everything you need to know about the number you are searching. You’ll find out the name, address, previous addresses, Google maps location of the address, wireless carrier, other phone numbers that belong to the owner, names of relatives and neighbors, and more.