Home phones are becoming a thing of the past as cell phones replace more and more household phones. Cell phone companies are offering competitive rates for long distance plans, and texting has become so popular that regular home phones do not have as much to offer their customers as they once did.
As home phones become less and less common, so do phone books. Where you were once able to find any business or residence number in a phone book, now many are no longer being listed. As individuals and businesses transfer their work and personal phone numbers to cell phones, it becomes more difficult to find a number or address you may be looking for.
Similarly, because individuals and businesses have transferred their phone services to cell phones it may be more difficult to find their phone records. For all of these cases, there are services to help locate phone numbers, addresses and phone records.
To find cell phone numbers you can use online services like cell phone number search or an online cell phone directory. If you miss a call or have a phone number but don’t know who it belongs to, you can also use reverse number directory. To find unlisted business numbers you can simply call 411 and they will help you locate the number or address, and will even put you through directly so you don’t have to hang up and dial another number.
Finding cell phone records is also possible online. You may be wanting to find phone records for various reasons, including:
1. You have children or other immediate family and you want to keep track of the time spent on the phones, who they are speaking with or texting with for safety or billing reasons. You can do this by:
*Having a family plan with one company and requesting that you get the phone records sent to you
*Set up an account online to keep track of your family’s cell phone records
2. Phone Records For A Court Case
*You can ask your lawyer to subpoena the phone records.
3. There is a missing person and you want their last phone records. To do this:
*Call the phone company and explain the situation. You may need to contact Police for assistance.
4. Use a Phone Record Service
*You can pay a company to look up cell phone records online. You can use services such as:
5. You want to get phone records privately
*You can hire a private detective to find phone records and deleted text messages
As you can see, phone records are not private as you may have thought. For a price, most anyone can have access to your cell phone records. The Police may also purchase your cell phone records to verify facts or find information. At this time, looking up or locating another person’s cell phone records is not illegal, so if you want to use the services available online you can.
Remember, all of your cell phone records can be found for a fee, so wait to discuss your private and personal matters until you are face-to-face with the person you want to share them with!