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 »

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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Phonelookup.com, cellrevealer.com and whitepages.com are websites that provide free reverse lookup services. The websites reveal names and other data about the owners of landline and cell phone numbers. More »

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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Entering a phone number in a reverse phone lookup service may provide an address for that number. Some lookup services such as 411.com also provide resident names and phone service used. 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 »

A Verizon cellphone can be activated on the company's website by providing the device's ID number. This number, either an IMEI, ESN or MEID, can often be found within the device settings on the phone itself. More »

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