Part of the new records available includes street address information, current phone carrier data and other identifying information.
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) January 21, 2013
Phone number lookups are now a popular way to know who is calling at any time. The detailed data that can be found can be used privately for adult use. The Cell Phone Registry company has added a reverse phone number search system for cell phones. This company now holds over half a billion phone records and is offering the reverse lookup feature online.
The phone records databases that are now available can include more than a first name or last name for a phone owner. The types of information that is now collected can reveal useful data to someone searching a particular number. Part of the new records available includes street address information, current phone carrier data and other identifying information.
The Cell Phone Registry is one example of a telecom company that is helping to improve the security levels of adults using the search services provided. The searches can be useful for verification of social media friend lists, online transactions through classified websites and general lookups to discover information not usually shared online.
An annual search plan is now paired with the launch of the new lookup services. The reverse phone search annual plan provides a user unlimited access to the database for a one year period of time. This includes the searching of multiple number types daily. This annual plan is one way that this company is giving back to the community with its phone records data usage.
About Cell Phone Registry
The Cell Phone Registry company launched the first edition of its website in 2009. Annual updates have helped this company be positioned as a leader in phone records distribution. The launch of the new reverse phone number lookup tool online is expected to help adults searching for more useful information attached to U.S. phone numbers. The Cell Phone Registry company provides updates to its data on a routine basis. These updates include data taken from public and from private sources to build one of the most complete phone databases now available on the Internet.