Blog / Reverse Cell Phone Lookup - How to Save Yourself Time and Mo
Friday, 29 May 2009 at 15:48
Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to find out who it was that keeps calling your cell phone? All you see on the missed calls list is the number. You tried answering it once but the person hung up. It's starting to really annoy you. What you need to be able to do is what is called a reverse cell phone lookup. What is that exactly? Basically you are able to enter in the cell number that you have into an online system and it will provide you with personal information of the owner of that number.
If you go out to the internet and do a search on that term or similar ones, you will find that there are hundreds if not thousands of sites that contain information on how to locate a cell phone owner. First off, let me just say that you should be careful of the free ones. You have to remember that cell phone numbers, unlike regular phone numbers, are not considered public information. Instead these giant telecommunication conglomerates store all of these mobile cell phone numbers in their private databases. For this reason, most of the free sites do not have the information you need and much of it is outdated.
To really do a good reverse cell phone lookup you need to look at the sites that charge a nominal fee. Their information is current and accurate and in some cases contains more than just the persons name and address, but also historical information about the number. You are the one who has to decide if the cost is worth the information.