If there’s a phone number that keeps calling you, there’s no problem performing a reverse phone lookup to find out the owner’s information; you simply search the number as shown. But what about those times when you can only vaguely remember a number someone told you? When a spill has obliterated a number you wrote on a piece of paper? Or when you’re trying to recall the old phone number of a childhood friend?
Fortunately, even if you don’t have a complete phone number at the ready, you can still perform a reverse phone lookup. You just need to know the first number of the area code. Below, you'll find the People Search Now directory of phone numbers, which starts with the first numbers of all of the available area codes in the U.S.
Click on a number to get started. With that, you'll be presented with the complete list of area codes that begin with that digit, along with the major city associated with each. Alternately, you can quick-click one of the first 20 area codes that start with that number for detailed geographical information and more about that single area code.
From there, you can use the area code itself or the related location to help you further narrow down your options. After you’re sure you have pinned down the correct area code, our reverse phone lookup directory continues to walk you through the remaining digits of a phone number until you arrive at the right person’s information.