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Trace Cell Phone Number Video Settles Controversy about Cell Phone Look up Services


The debate over whether to pay or use a free Trace Cell Phone Number websites appears to be settled in a new video that provides a compelling argument.

Midlothian, Virginia, February 7, 2011 Trace cell phone number services have advertised for a long time on the web that cell phone numbers, names and addresses can be provided for free; but there have been many complaints that when a lookup is performed, only the city or general area of the state is revealed instead of the actual name and address.

A new video has been released that reveals this is because cell phone companies are now charging other companies for access to their name and address database, and it makes a compelling argument that one cannot obtain name and address information without going to a reputable and accurate paid trace cell phone number website.

The video appears to clear up the debate that has been going on for a long time on the web about paid versus free trace cell phone number websites, and provides a solution that many people may decide is worth the cost.

It reveals a very inexpensive website that will provide complete name and address information. To view the video, visit:

About Alan Brown:
Alan Brown is CEO of Reverse Cell Lookup, and has been writing articles and blogs on the web for several years.


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