A cell phone lookup is a service that allows users to find out who owns a particular cell phone based on the phone's number. There are several online directories that offer reverse lookup on cell numbers, as well as other methods of finding a particular cell's owner.
A cell phone provider lookup is a web-based service that allows an individual to locate the name of the cell phone carrier for a particular cell phone number. This service is useful when texting someone using a web-based texting service.
To do a reverse cell phone number lookup, visit sites such as SpyDialer.com, PeopleSmart.com, ReversePhoneLookup.com and Whitepages.com, enter the cell phone number in the appropriate field, and run the search. Yellowpages.com offers reverse phone number searches for business numbers.
Users may look up a cellphone number at spydialer.com/CellOptions.aspx. The website is free as of January 2016. To use it, enter a number, and click on the Search button, or simply hit Enter.
Look up a phone number online by using a free online phone directory website such as WhitePages.com or AnyWho.com. Enter the name and location related to the number being searched, and click the magnifying glass icon or the Find button.
Performing a reverse lookup on a cell phone number is often significantly more difficult than performing one on a landline number, but it can be done. While using reverse-lookup search engines for landline numbers is free, performing them for cell numbers often costs a small fee.
To do a reverse cellphone lookup, visit a reverse phone lookup website, such as PeopleSmart.com or SpyDialer.com, and enter the cellphone number in the appropriate search bar to see the results. It is also possible to search for a person's home address, name or email address.
To perform a cell phone directory lookup, access a reverse cell phone lookup site, enter a phone number in the given field, and click the Search button. Reverse lookup services provide details such as the caller's name and address.
A reverse phone number search is performed on a site that specializes in various types of phone and address searches. Sites require a phone number to perform the search.
Online phone book directories allow a user to perform a search for a person, business, address or phone number by providing search criteria to the provider's search tool. Directories, including Whitepages, Yellowpages and Intelius, provide basic search services free of charge and advanced search opt