Do you have questions about keeping your cellular number after changing phones or switching wireless service providers? What about your number being made available to telemarketers? Dropped your phone in the pool and want to know what your options are? Whatever your question is, you can search for information on it here and if we don't have the answer you can ask one of our experts and they will try to find it.
CellPhoneNumber.com was created to help people like you find facts and ask questions about cell phones. Is my phone number being made public? How do I retrieve information from my cell phone? How do I protect my phone numbers from telemarketers? These are just a few of the common questions to which you can find answers on this site.
How to ask a question and search for answers?
Since other visitors may have previously asked a question similar to yours, we suggest first searching the website for those answers, before asking a question of your own. The best way we have found to search is by typing a keyword (not the entire question) into the search box located at the top of the page.
If you do not see the answer to your question please feel free to ask us. Remember your question will be answered publicly on the website so please refrain from posting anything sensitive. To send a question, simply click the green button on the right side or visit our Ask A Question Page here and complete the form.
Note: Editors do frequently decline to answer questions previously asked so please search the site before asking. Thanks.
So what makes us experts?
Certainly, anyone can call himself an expert, but that does not always make them so. So what makes us "experts?” For starters, the editors of this site helped build one the few nationwide online telephone directories, have been writing about cell phones since 2006 and helped to launch one of the first free cell phone directories in the US.
If you're visiting this site after hearing about the cellular directory we started, unfortunately it is no longer publicly available. Shortly after launch we realized that some consumers and wireless service providers were not prepared for such a service. After a few months of careful deliberation, we decided to stop offering our cell phone directory. While we feel that this service does have a place in our world, we are not prepared to offer it until consumers and companies become more educated. This site was originally constructed to help with that, so that one day, a free directory may be accessible to everyone. In the meantime, we also want to help find answers to all your cell phone related questions, so bring us anything cell phone related that you are having trouble with and we will try to find an answer for it.
If you would like you may read more about our previous efforts here.