Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) August 1, 2008
A new study released by the CDC by Stephen J. Blumberg, Ph.D., and Julian V. Luke shows that one in six American households rely solely on cellular phones and this number is expected to increase. While this trend indicates many social changes in America, it also will render a common household object obsolete: the telephone directory, which traditionally has only contained land line numbers. With consumers in uproar over the creation of a cell phone directory, it seems like there is no viable replacement for the neighborhood telephone directory. A service, Who Owns This Phone Number, however, does provide a useful service for those hoping to find out more about a cell phone number: reverse cell phone lookups.
Different from traditional forward searches that require a name in order to find a number, reverse cell phone lookups use a number to find a name. There are several different reasons why people today might want to learn more about unknown or unwanted phone call numbers. Whether the caller a person needs to learn more about is potentially threatening, a harmless prankster, or an annoying telemarketer, it's very common to use the Internet to find out who's behind the unknown calls on caller ID or on a phone bill. Many people might think that it's difficult to find information about people with only their phone numbers, but Who Owns This Phone Number, http://www.whoownsthisphonenumber.com, allows them to do just that quickly and easily, even for difficult to find cell phone numbers.
With only a few clicks, consumers can go from ten strange digits to a name and address. These sites work by accessing large numbers of records and databases containing phone owner information. This means they can find information about almost any phone number, including land lines, cell phones, and even unlisted numbers. This can save time and worry, especially if the phone number they are searching for has been appearing on the call log of a child or loved one.
Reverse phone searches aren't the only way to find out more about unknown callers. Many searchers start by using a traditional Internet search engine. While this method may result in unrelated results, it can sometimes turn up information without a large amount of hassle or inconvenience. Other sites to check include free Internet people searches and social networking sites. While these sites don't guarantee results, they sometimes have the added bonus of potentially revealing personal web space, which might hold a lot of valuable information but also some incorrect or out of date information. Who Owns This Phone Number eliminates the legwork and uncertainty by providing accurate and up to date results to its customers.
For consumers who need to find out about a phone number, even a cell phone number, they now have a standout service in Who Owns This Phone Number.