Information, whether it’s a cooking recipe or converting your car to run on hydrogen or even a reverse cell phone lookup, has never been easier or cheaper. Several years ago, if you were asking for information on a cell phone number, the first thing that comes to mind is “private investigator” followed by a few $$$ signs.

Two problems with this choice:

  1. Very expensive ($ 100s minimum)
  2. It takes from days to weeks sometimes

Private detectives were replaced by expensive reverse phone directories. Yes, the first mobile phone reverse directories were extremely expensive ($ 69- $ 99). Several new services were recently established that charged $ 14.95 to track a cell phone number.

Expensive reverse directories have now been replaced by cheaper directories Yes, the prices have now dropped to 99 cents. Actually, this is not your usual price. The regular price is $ 5 ($ 4.99) and they currently have an 80% special offer. This makes it a great option for a reverse cell phone number lookup. This is the cheapest reverse phone information you will ever get.

Why not the white pages? Because mobile numbers are “Unlisted” to protect wireless user privacy and comply with existing privacy laws. Yes! As simple as that. In 2006, arrangements had been made to create a national mobile phone directory. Although there was an initial agreement between the wireless providers, realizing that they will not be able to protect the privacy of their customers, all the companies withdrew from the agreement. As a result, even today, the US does not have a national directory of mobile numbers.

What kind of information can you get from these reverse databases?

  • Full name and address of the owner with map
  • Previous residences / addresses of the phone owner
  • Relatives, partners, neighbors
  • And more depending on individual cases.