So, you are looking to find out the name of the caller that has been dialing your phone for the last 3 days from an unknown number and maybe don’t know where to start.
If this is the first time you have tried to identify a cell phone caller, it is natural to not know exactly where to perform this kind of search and why only a certain resource will provide you with the answers you are after. Once you understand a few basic facts about this kind of search process, you will be able to identify and locate the owner of any kind of telephone call, not just wireless calls.
But rest assured that there is a way to confidentially obtain a boatload of personal information with just that wireless number. The directories that furnish this information in the form of individual reports make sure each report discloses precisely every bit of information that the cell phone owner’s wireless carrier has on them.
So, if you want to identify a cell phone caller, you can try to find this information for free or you can choose to go through a paid resource. Each method has its ups and downs. Obviously, the free method is the preferred method with all things being equal, so let’s start with that.
The first thing you should know is that wireless numbers are not considered public information. The major wireless giants own and control the identifying information behind the numbers they own, and they don’t let go of this data for free. They don’t even provide a paid directory to the public.
So, if you search White Pages or any other type of free online directory, your search will come up empty. The only way to find this information for free is by doing conducting a search on the Internet with any of the major search engines, such as Google, Yahoo, or Microsoft’s new search engine called Bing.
The hope is that somewhere down the line the cell phone owner entered his or her identifying information along with his mobile number. And he or she more than likely has, but the odds of such personal information being available for the whole wide world to see are somewhere between slim and nil. I have tried this enough to know it’s not worth my time anymore.
So, your next option is a reverse cell phone directory. These directories lease the data behind mobile numbers from the major wireless carriers. But because these directories have paid a fee for the ability to offer this information to the public, a small fee is then passed on to anyone who wants access to the results of their search.
Considering this information wasn’t available for any price just a few short years ago, a fee equal to that of a pizza seems a small price to pay to discover quite a bit of personal information about almost anyone just using a mobile number.
These directories also allow anyone to search VoIP, fax, and unlisted numbers. So, they offer more value than just being able to identify a cell phone caller. And, when you find a directory that you trust, the better directories offer a purchase upgrade that enables you to perform unlimited searches. Of course, all the searches are completely confidential and no money is ever charged up front.