You can trace a mobile phone number in two different ways:
Trace a cell phone number using information
that is publicly available.
Trace a cell phone number using a
mobile phone number lookup service.
The former will give you only that information (the trace cell phone number data info) that is listed in public sources (ie. an online user profile or a listed entry in a residential telephone book). The latter, however, will grant you access to special mobile tracer databases able to provide you with all sorts of information on the identity of the cell phone number’s owner, even if that information is private and unlisted.
Now, before we learn how to trace a cell phone
call let's learn:
As per the North American Numbering Plan (NANP), devised in a joint venture between Bell and AT&T, any phone number – cell phone or land line – is composed of 10 digits which are divided into 3 parts:
The telephone area code (the first three digits).
The telephone office code (the second three digits).
The telephone line number (the last four digits).
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