In a phonebook, you would search for a name and then look up the corresponding number. Suppose a computer catalogued the entire phonebook, it would also be possible to search for names via numbers. Such services already exist online but cellphone numbers have usually been hidden from their databases. However thanks to two free web services, you can easily find who mobile number belongs to.
The first service is Cell Revealer. It works in a straightforward fashion. You enter the phone number you have and results pop up (if found). Call Revealer performs an actual reverse lookup in the caller ID database to retrieve the information for you while the other sites just provide you with limited information found in phonebooks and other public sources. A limited number of lookups are allowed for free.
If Cell Revealer fails to find your number, you can give Phone Lookup a try.
Both sites work in the same way and work only for numbers in the US. While the success rate of these sites is not 100%, it is still quite impressive. The services are worth a try next time you are being bothered by an anonymous number.
- Easily find who cell phone number belongs to.
- Simple user friendly procedure.
- Perform an actual reverse lookup in the caller ID rather than just searching the public sources.
- Both sites combine to produce better chance of finding the number’s owner.
- Similar tools: WhitePages, Sullr, Phone Number to Word and Tp2Location.
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