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Has your friend or relative moved to the other side of the country, and you want to know their mailing address so you can send them something? What about if you want to know more about an unknown long distance number that has a strange area code you don't recognize? A reverse phone lookup can help you find answers to both of these queries. Thanks to the convenience of the Internet, a phone consumer does not need to be local for you to find them or discover their identity.

Access a search engine and find a website you like that will provide you with a free reverse telephone look up. In the query box on the webpage you choose, enter the 10-digit phone number and search. You will be provided with name and address information for any number you look up that is listed in the public phone directory (White Pages). For private numbers and cellular phones, free data will be limited to the general location associated with the city and state of the number and the telephone carrier.

While you may think that free general location information for wireless phones is good enough for you to trace the number owner, the reality is that the person may not actually live in that geographical region. Remember, the details are associated with the area code and prefix of the number, not the mobile user's residential living area. For instance, it is possible that the person may have a New York City area code, but live in Los Angeles.

Therefore, if you want to use an online reverse number search to help you track down a cellphone consumer, you'll need to pay the minimal fee to find out their billing address, as this is likely where they live. If you would rather not pay for this convenience, you will need to find out information on the person via other methods that will take more time and patience, such as a search engine, or, if you know the person, by attempting to find them on a social networking site, etc.

Furthermore, keep in mind that if you want to find free data or pay to obtain facts about a cellular number with a phone trace site, you will need to ensure that you use a cell phone lookup , which is a reverse phone number search service that include wireless number within its directory.

Travis Craig writes informative articles about phone number searches, area codes layouts, and how to find out more information about them. To find more information on the caller location of any U. S. phone number-including more about free reverse phone lookups-visit http://www.FreeCellPhoneLookups.com

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