Cell Phone White Pages
Maybe you're too young to remember, but there was a time when, if you wanted
to find someone by phone number, all you needed to do was look through the
White Pages phone book. And while the White Pages still exists and largely
operates online now, it doesn't have the ability to help you when you want to
lookup up a cell phone number.
So, where does that leave you?
Well, there are now cell phone white pages directories that fill the void left by the
White Pages. But there are a few major differences you'll have to learn to accept
with these directories. The first difference is that such directories don't really exist
- and also that these directories aren't free. If cost is a major deterrent to you,
don't worry! There are more than a few ways to use search engines like Google
and Yahoo as your own personal cell phone white pages. And if these methods fall
short, you can always use one of the many paid reverse phone directories.
But before all that, let's define what a reverse phone lookup is. A reverse cell
lookup is when you begin with a phone number and are looking to identify the
person connected to that number. On the other hand, a traditional lookup is when
you begin your search with a person and are looking to find out the number
connected to that person. Whichever lookup you are trying to do, there are a few
useful tricks for quickly getting your hands on the information you are after.
When you begin with, start with Google. Everyone is aware of Google's search
tool bar, and that is where you want to enter the name of the person you want a
cell phone number for. Enter the name followed by the word "cell". So, if you are
looking for John Brown's cell phone number, you would type the words "John
Brown cell" into Google's search toolbar. Don't underestimate how often this
actually works! The Internet is a vast database of information, and contains some
information you may be very surprised is even available.
Other great sources of free information are social networki