Welcome to SpyDialer.com. Today we’re going to see who’s behind a cell phone number. We’ll also do a reverse lookup with a non cell phone number. When you enter a cell phone number, Spy Dialer gives you three options. I’m entering a phone number of my friend “Will.” You get to hear voicemail, look up who owns the phone or see a photo. The photo is the least reliable, but the other tools are quite useful. If you select voicemail you will automatically be routed to it and the owner will never know you called. Instead, you’ll see a callback number from Spy Dialer. Note that the voice-mail option won’t appear if the number is a landline, or voice over IP like Magic Jack. So let’s do a name lookup. You can see that”Bill” is found to be the owner which is close to “Will.” Often Spy Dialer will retrieve a first name and sometimes a last name. You can then Google the number and the name to find out even more. Now, let’s try this with a landline or voice over IP number . Note that you have only two options and cannot check the voicemail. A name lookup reveals most of the name. It’s obviously mine, but I want you to see what happens when you click on photo look up. What you can see is that it actually pulls up my Facebook page and my full name is what’s on display. Keep in mind that photo lookup is often not that useful but today we struck a gold mine. Here are some other ways to find who’s behind a cell phone number. OKcaller.com is a new free directory for cell phone numbers Aside from OKCaller,com, people may often post their phone numbers online especially when they’re selling something and want someone to contact them. The easiest way to find a phone number is to search both Google and Facebook and to enter the phone number in the way that people would most likely list it. Here you can see that there are several ways to list a phone number. The first one shows a combo of parentheses and dashes, the second one lists all dashes, then there’s dots. You can also list the last seven digits of the phone number in quotation marks. This will pull it up regardless of what area code or regardless of what the format is for the area code. Finally you can list the last seven digits in quotes and then add another identifying feature or term such as a city or a state or a first name or a last name.