Are you looking to find out who is behind a cell phone number. Maybe you found a strange number on your spouse’ or child's call list. Maybe you need to find the address of an old client to send a holiday card to. Or maybe you are trying to get some recent prank phone calls to stop. I could go and on as to the reasons why someone would want to find out identifying information behind a cell phone number. But learning how to reverse lookup cell phone numbers is a bit different that looking up landline numbers.
This is because wireless numbers are not considered a mater of public information. The major reason for this is privacy reasons. This has been one of the great advantages of having a wireless phone. Up until now, wireless owners have been out of reach of telemarketers. If these numbers become a matter of public record, telemarketers would come out of the woodwork and call at all times of the day - just as they currently do with landline phones.
So, I don't think most people would argue that having wireless numbers remain private is a good thing. But how can you find information about a number that isn't listed in a directory? The first thing you could do is try to find the information by performing a Google search. But this is like finding a needle in a haystack. People just don't leave their personal information on sites for anyone to discover.
Once you have given up on finding the number in any of the major Internet search engines, there is one solution left. Cell phone numbers are listed. They just aren't listed in any of the free directories. But the Internet has websites that purchase the data directly from the major wireless carriers - who own and control the databases.
These sites compile and manage almost every cell phone number in the United States. Because they get their information directly from all of the major wireless carriers, the data is always accurate and up to data. These sites allow anyone to perform cell phone number searches freely, easily, and confidentially.
The sites charge a small fee for access to the results of the free searches. This is because the sites have had to pay for access to this information themselves and because of privacy reasons. And this charge is passed on to anyone looking for fast and accurate answers to a reverse cell phone lookup.