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A Phone Number Trace Service - Why Should You Join One?
By: Chad Melius
It's almost impossible to do a phone number trace for free. If you're not already convinced of that, there's an excellent article on this very subject at Ezine Articles. ( I know it's good, because I wrote it myself ! )
This is really the best reason to join a reverse telephone lookup service. It's not free, but let's face it - they have to pay to get the information - so why shouldn't you? And the fee is reasonable, when you stop to consider the alternative -- not finding out who that number belongs to at all !
So why would you want to do a reverse phone lookup anyway?
So with all these reasons to do it, why not sign up with a reverse number lookup service, so you can do a trace the simple way? If you haven't decided, why not trace your first number right now, using the convenient form at the top of the page?
To see what a phone number trace service can do for you, watch the short video below. I know it's old - the company that made it now has a new name - but it's the best one I've found that clearly shows why you need a reverse phone lookup service, and what it does.
( It's a free demonstration - no obligation! )
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Find Out More About Telephone Area Codes
Maybe you got a call from a certain number you don't recognize, and you just want to find out where it came from. There are 271 area codes in the United States. Use the area code finder below to learn more about any one of them. Here's what you'll find:
Maybe an area code map would be useful. After you use the area code finder above, visit our states pages. There is a state area code map on every state page.
Often, finding the location of the area code doesn't help much, since most of them cover quite a large area - some even a whole state! However, often you can use the "prefix" ( digits 4, 5, and 6 in 123-456-7890 ) to find the city in which your telephone number is located. Try the form below:
Find the location of any prefix in any area code
Another interesting webpage, at Wikipedia, has a descriptive list of North American Numbering Plan telephone area codes, all on one webpage. It gives a short description of the state and region covered by each area code, and some information on its history. The page also has tables showing all the telephone area codes for each state, province, and Caribbean island.