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Arizona Reverse Phone Lookup

Performing a reverse phone lookup is a way of getting to know the identity of the owner of a particular phone number by searching with just the phone number. One major distinction between carrying out a reverse phone lookup and looking up a regular directory is that in this case, the phone number is used for the search. This brings up other information about the owner of any number. This subscriber information is provided when registering a new phone number.  It includes the name and address of the individual assigned the number. These details are provided when conducting a reverse phone lookup on a phone number.

What are Arizona Phone Numbers?

In the past, landlines were the most common telephone services in Arizona and the rest of the United States. That is no longer the case. Mobile wireless phone usage has superseded landlines in the state. A CDC estimate for the first 6 months of 2018 showed that about 54.9% of all American households lived in wireless-only homes. The number is further broken down to reveal that approximately 55.2% of adults (aged 18 and above) in the United States lived in wireless-only households while 64.9% of children (aged below 18) lived in wireless-only households.

This rapid adoption of wireless telephony is staggering if we consider that in 2006, just about 15.8% of US households did not have landline phones. Arizona also contributed to the rise in the percentage of wireless-only households in the country as figures from the state showed an increase in the percentage of wireless-only households from 17.2% in 2007 to 29.4% in 2010, and it has kept on increasing year on year since then. The CDC report estimates that as of 2018, the percentage of Arizona adults (aged 18 and above) using a wireless-only telephone service was 64.9%.

There are 4 major wireless telephone service operators in the United States. They are:

  • Verizon – 151.48 million subscribers as at the 3rd quarter of 2019
  • AT&T – 143.83 million subscribers as at the 1st quarter of 2020
  • T-Mobile – 86 million subscribers as the 4th quarter of 2019
  • Sprint – 54.1 million subscribers as at 3rd quarter of 2019

T-Mobile and Sprint are currently completing a merger to better compete with Verizon and AT&T. All 4 major operators offer their services to Arizona citizens alongside a few smaller telecom companies.

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is another rapidly growing telephony service that threatens to outstrip mobile telephone services. VoIP calls are routed through the internet rather than telecommunications masts and phone cable. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls may be made on computers, smartphones, dedicated VoIP phones, and traditional landlines connected to VoIP adapters.

This technology is rapidly growing with a subscriber count that has already surpassed the number of active landline users. A 2017 FCC report claimed that VoIP has about 64 million interconnected VoIP subscriptions. In comparison, there are currently about 55 million active end-user switched access line subscribers. The report also indicated that VoIP subscriptions increased at a steady rate of 8% yearly while the traditional landline subscriptions, on the other hand, declined at an annual rate of 11%.

Can I Search a Phone Number and Find Out Who it is?

Searching a phone number to find out who the caller on the other end might be is possible with phone number lookup. Registering a new phone number in the United States requires some data about the person who intends to own the number. Information like name, address, business contact, and more are collected which makes it possible to do a reverse phone lookup. Reverse cell phone lookup can be very helpful for identifying owners of unknown numbers displayed on phone caller IDs. It helps an individual answer the “who called me” question.

Is there a Free Way to Lookup Someone’s Phone Number?

There are ways to carry out a free phone number lookup. Entering the phone number in a search engine may bring out some information about its owner. However, it is likely that the information provided by free phone lookups will be basic. Searching the number on popular social media platforms like Facebook might also help if the number has been linked to a particular social media account. Using third-party apps like Trucaller to run a search on the number can also help answer the “who is this number registered to” question. Such third-party websites and apps also offer paid phone lookup services that provide more comprehensive information than the results received from a free lookup service.

What are Phone Lookup Services?

Phone lookup services are provided by network operators, third-party websites, and applications to help consumers find out more details about who owns a particular number or who a phone number we do not recognize is registered to. Phone number searches have become necessary because of the sharp increase in the number of telephone service subscribers and also increasingly common cases of phone scams, spam calls, and robocalls. Knowing who owns a number can help you reduce the risk of falling for a scam.

The details provided by subscribers when registering for new numbers help identify who a number is registered to. It is possible to find out the name, location, and other information about the owner of a phone number. An individual interested in searching for a number might start with an online search of the number. Search engines can reveal some of the information needed. Telephone carriers and operators also offer lookup services to their consumers but may charge for them. Third-party websites and applications that offer these services are also available. Reverse phone lookups help the public combat scams of varying sophistication and curtail a common trick used by scammers trying to convince their victims that they are trusted persons or representatives of government agencies.

Yes. Arizona considers using reverse phone lookup to identify unknown callers as legal. Like the rest of the United States, Arizona does not have specific laws determining the legality of phone lookup services. However, its government agrees that Arizonians have the right to identify strange callers by submitting their phone numbers for reverse lookups. However, both users and providers of reverse phone lookup services must not use this tool to harass, stalk, harm, defraud, or steal confidential information from others.  

In addition, Arizona expects phone number lookup search providers to respect the privacy of  the individuals they identify and research. This means that they must not obtain or provide confidential records. Usually, reverse phone lookup services only put information from public records in their search results. Their sources include carrier databases and information readily available online. Some of them also rely on court and law enforcement records in the public domain as well as public posts from social media accounts.

Residents of Arizona can expect to get the full names, addresses, ages, and genders of individuals linked to the unknown phone numbers they submit for reverse phone number lookup searches. These details are available from phone number lookup free services. To get more detailed information about the subject of a reverse lookup service, you may have to sign up for a paid tier offered by any of these service providers.

Reverse phone lookup search providers offer premium services in their paid tiers. Paying users can expect more detailed information regarding the names and addresses of their unknown callers they are researching. These paid services can also provide the photos of identified strange callers from public social media posts. Some of them can also find criminal records available in the public domain. This is especially useful when researching unknown callers suspected of being phone scammers.

What is a VoIP Number?

VoIP numbers are the virtual phone numbers assigned to users making VoIP calls over the internet. VoIP calls route data packets over the internet rather than the copper phone lines used by landline calls. VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) calls and numbers are rapidly replacing traditional landlines especially for business enterprises. They have the advantage of not being limited to a particular area code or device.

A VoIP subscriber may choose to own a number with the area code of their choosing. Scammers exploit this flexibility to deceive their victims into making their VoIP calls look like trustworthy local calls. Another VoIP convenience exploited for phone scams is the ability to use one VoIP number on multiple internet-enabled devices. This means that  one phone number can be used on a telephone, a voice-capable computer system, and a smartphone.

What is an Arizona Phone Number Area Code?

Area codes were introduced in the late 1940s to cater to the surge in the demand for telephone services after World War II. It was thought necessary to divide the country into regions and assign different area codes to each region so landline phone subscribers may know calls originate.

The North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA) is the body in charge of assigning new area codes to states. They also track phone number densities in different parts of the state and notify the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) when the numbers assigned to a particular area code are about to be exhausted. The ACC then makes the final decision about creating new Arizona area codes and the areas covered by the new codes assigned by the NANPA. Area codes are only assigned by regions and not by communication services and technologies. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) laws prohibit assigning area codes based on the type of telecommunication service or technology used. That is users of cell phones, pagers, or faxes do not have a separate area code to themselves.

What is an Arizona Phone Number Prefix Code?

A prefix code is the trio of numbers written after the area code in a typical American phone number. It consists of 3 numbers that help narrow down the location of a phone number even more than an area code. For example, in the number (602) 786-4967:

  • 602 – Area code
  • 786 – Prefix code
  • 4967 – Line number

If the international dialing code for the United States is included in the number such as +1 (602) 768-4967, then:

  • +1 – International dialing code (for those calling from outside the United States)
  • 602 – remains the area code
  • 786 – still stands for area code
  • 4967 – Line number

The following restrictions are strictly adhered to when assigning prefix codes.

  • Prefix codes can begin with any number apart from 0 and 1
  • Prefix codes can also not end with 11 because they are set aside and reserved for special uses (for example 911)