Cell phone numbers are issued by individual mobile phone companies rather than by an interlocking system of regional phone companies, as landline numbers are.
While some cell phone users just want to be left alone, others -- particularly those who've abandoned landline phones -- would like to find friends and contacts through reverse phone number lookup or an online directory.
Making cell phone numbers more accessible in the future may seem logical to some, but it's viewed as an invasion of privacy by others.
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That makes phone numbers and user information harder to access and turn into a searchable online database.


That's also true of other cell phone users who simply want to know who's calling when they see an unfamiliar number on their phone. In early 2008, Intelius announced it had created an online directory of 90 million mobile phone numbers, approximately half of those in the United States. At the same time, many cell phone users treasure their privacy and don't want just anyone to be able to reach them on their cell phones.
However, faced with cell phone users' privacy complaints and a potential lawsuit by a wireless phone company, Intelius quickly discontinued the service. Database search includes cell, residential, business, pager, toll-free, and Unlisted Phone Numbers.


To get the phone user's name and address, you'll be asked to pay a one-time fee, often about $15, or a yearly fee of $40 or more to cover unlimited reverse phone searches. Full reports available for any phone number in the USA and Canada, with some limited international coverage as well.



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