Reverse Cell Phone Directory

The question that begs to be answered is "can a reverse cell phone search actually be done?" It's a fair enough question. I mean, cell phones are tied down to an address like your basic landline home telephone so it seems realistic that with all these cell phones roaming around the globe, that it's possible that databases do not exist that keep records of all of these phones and their numbers.

If you've been under the impression that a reverse cell phone directory does not exist, I'm afraid I've got to let you down and let you know that they definitely DO exist. A few years ago, this may not have been the case. The way privacy laws are structured and the lack of interest in cell phone providers like AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon for example, made keeping extensive cell phone directories very time consuming, laborious, and therefore, unappealing.

Thankfully we live in a world where too much bother for one person is just the right challenge for another person. These cell phone directories do in fact exist and are extremely handy if you happen to have a cell number kicking about who's owner you can't recall or if it happens to be a number belong to someone you need to identify.

You may ask "Why on earth would I have a cell phone number without knowing who the owner was?" The answer to that question might just get you riled up. I'd better save it for another post. Check on back and I'll share the details :-)

Example: 555-555-5555