A lot of us are familiar with the traditional methods of getting contact information about a person, place, or business. We go to the big yellow phone book, look up the name, find the number you need to call, then make your call. In the same way, you can go online and do something very similar through various different online white or yellow-pages services. But what happens when you don’t have a name and you only have a phone number? Someone gave you the number for this amazing restaurant, or for a doctor who could really help you with a particular issue you’ve been having, but you don’t know anything about the place and you’d like to have a sense of where it is, or see if there are some reviews of it. This is where a cross reference cell phone numbers through a reverse-search database of some sort becomes incredibly useful.
A quick trip online will provide you with a large number of different sites offering their services to help you find out more about the number that you have in front of you. You can even do this to search for your own number and find out just how much information is freely available for people to gather about you and possibly use for more nefarious purposes. Many places will give you a general overview with some very basic information about where the number is registered, what the area code represents, or otherwise useful information that will help you get a start. In fact, for a basic phone number, sometimes you’ll be able to get all the information you need right there from the basic internet search.
But what about cell phones? Some businesses and individuals have begun to move away from the landline phone to a strictly cellular method of contact, so looking them up online isn’t as easy as it used to be. Sometimes, you may just have a big list of phone numbers from old friends and contacts and you don’t remember what number went with who, or you want to get back in contact with the person who wrote down their number in the middle of a big business conference, but you don’t want to embarrass yourself by admitting that you don’t remember their name. Cellular phones are more difficult to perform reverse directory searches on, since they are not connected to each other in the same ways that general landline directories are. Cellular numbers are owned and registered by individual service providers, and they are usually not connected to each other in most databases, since service providers make it a strong point to protect that private information and respect the individual privacy of their subscribers. In order to get information about to cross reference cell phone numbers, you will most likely need to pay a private service to do some digging for you, contact the service providers, and pay for the information that you are looking for. Again, there are hundreds of different websites out there that offer their services for cross-referencing cell-phone numbers.
Source by Kirk Cannons