When you get a phone call from an unlisted and unknown number, you might be able to tell the general area from which a call is coming (via the area code shown on your caller ID). However, what you will probably not automatically be able to figure out is if it’s a landline or cell phone number. But we can here at USPhoneBook.
How do we do it?
The kind of phone that a number is attached to is part of the public record. So, we can easily access a phone number’s basic information, including its type. If that’s all you need to know, then we certainly have you covered. But phone number validation is only the beginning of the information a reverse phone lookup can provide you about unlisted landline or cell phone numbers.
In addition to the basic type of phone, a landline or cell phone lookup can also quickly identify and provide related phone carrier and owner data, including:
At USPhoneBook, the kind of data you may get for landlines or cell phones is essentially the same. As we only deal with public data, the portability of a cell phone is not a factor. We are not a cell phone tracker, so you cannot use our service to pinpoint a person’s exact location at a given point in time.
Such phone number data is more than enough to help you make the decision about whether or not to answer a call, to block it or, in certain cases, to report it to law enforcement. To get the peace of mind you need, start your landline or cell phone lookup today—for FREE—at USPhoneBook.