Verizon Wireless no longer offers its Reverse Lookup service. It directs customers to use its White Pages phone number directory instead. There are alternatives online, however, including WhitePages.com and 411.com. More »

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Since there is no publicly available wireless number database, try searching for the cell phone number on Whitepages.com. The website collates information from directories and from third party data providers who may have... More »

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 se... More »

Verizon no longer operates a reverse phone lookup, as of 2015. The Verizon White Pages is limited to landline numbers. Those seeking reverse lookup information for mobile phone numbers must use other reverse phone direct... More »

As of June 2015, Verizon offers smartphone prepaid plans that cost $45 per month and $60 per month and one basic phone prepaid plan that costs $35 per month. All plans include unlimited talk and text, but each plan has d... More »

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To upgrade a Verizon Wireless phone as of May 2015, click on Upgrade Device from the My Verizon page on VerizonWireless.com. Choose a cell phone, click Add to Cart and proceed to checkout. More »

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Verizon Wireless prepaid phones are available through the Verizon Wireless website and Verizon Wireless retail stores. In addition, several major retailers stock Verizon Wireless prepaid phones, including Walmart, Amazon... More »

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