Are you looking for an easy way to find out the identity of cell phone owners? Have you checked online and found no simple and free way to get the name and address for a mobile phone user? If you answered yes to both of these questions, then what follows will give you a clear and easy path to the quickest way to identify any kind of telephone call.
Searching wireless numbers involves a process that works very much the same as searching landline telephone numbers. If you want to search for the owner of a landline number, all you really need to do is punch the full telephone number into your preferred search engine, type in the words “search owner”, and you should have no problem discovering the person's name and address.
That's all simple enough.
But try searching a wireless number with this same method and you'll run into some snags. And this is where you need to be careful. Because in order to properly find out the names of cell phone owners, there is going to be an exchange of money.
You just can't get a mobile phone owner's name and address without first paying a fee to a specific online reverse phone directory that is in the business of providing personal information reports for every kind of telephone number there is.
But the majority of the searches conducted with this type of directory are of wireless numbers.
You can try to find this type of information for free (like I have), but I am telling you it is pretty much a total waste of time. The wireless companies that own the phone numbers people are looking to identify do a fine job of making darn sure they are compensated for any report that is issued in response to a search.
But don't be surprised to come across many phone directories that offer searchers the ability to obtain this information without an exchange of money.
But it's just a simple bait and switch technique.
You will NEVER be able to get the information you are trying to obtain regarding a certain wireless user without paying a small sum of money.
Not the way things are set up right now, anyway.
Phone directories that advertise free results know this full well. The only way phone directories are able to offer results to the public is through buying this data from the issuing sources of this information – wireless companies like Nextel, Sprint, AT&T, etc.
These companies are not in the business of providing phone directories that make it possible for searchers to perform reverse mobile phone lookups on their respective websites. And this makes sense when you think about it. It is not very often that a searcher of a mobile number is going to be aware of which wireless carrier actually owns the number in question.
So the solution to this potential problem is to have one central place where searchers can search the owner of any mobile number, regardless of which cellular carrier owns the number. This is the major advantage of using an independent reverse mobile phone directory.
You'll be able to get your hands on a full report that reveals quite a bit more than merely the caller's current address and name. And the report is available right on the spot. Just type in the number you are searching and the website will take care of the rest.