If you have ever looked up a reverse phone lookup number in Caller ID and wondered who this number belonged to, go back and look for your own phone. You can get the name and address of a person by using a free phone call back or retrieving phone directions that are available on the web.
While working with flexible phone numbers is cheaper and easier with house numbers, you can also get information about cell phone numbers by looking back at the cell phone.
Consider a few possibilities:
If you check Caller ID on your phone, you can see that you missed a call from John Rogers on 513-555-1771. Who are you, and what is the 513 area code?
You clean your desk and find a piece of paper with a phone number written on it – no name, just number. You know you wrote it down quickly while you were on the phone, but you don’t remember whose number it was. Save and add to your contacts list, or just drop it?
Your mobile phone shows a call from an unknown number. Should you call back, either the wrong number or the sales call?
Your primary care physician will refer you to a specialist and provide your doctor’s name and phone number to call. Where can you find a new doctor, and how can you get there?
You see several calls from your phone bill to a number you do not know. Forgot to make calls, even if it’s a mistake?
These are just some of the situations in which looking at your phone can help. How does the phone look back? Is there a charge for using these services? Go to the next page to learn more.
Free Reverse Phone Lookup
Phone call tracking works best if you start with a business or residential house number. Before the Internet, telecommunications companies published reverse telephone references, or redirected white pages, to a city or area and made them available to the police, libraries, and others.
These books are on the list of businesses and residences, but do not include unlisted numbers, fax numbers or cell phones. Returning links to other sites – such as Hill-Donnelly’s Cross + Search Reverse Phone Directory for Las Vegas and Vicinity, 2005 – can still be purchased and used on online auction sites such as Amazon.com