Reverse Lookup Florida Cell Phone Numbers

By: Erin Becker

Florida, frequently called "The Sunshine State" has one of the most distinctive land shapes of all the U.S. states. This is because most of the state is, in fact, a large peninsula that has the Atlantic Ocean on its east and the Gulf of Mexico on its west. Florida has an extremely warm climate, with the vast majority of the state featuring a humid subtropical climate, while southern Florida has a tropical climate.

Florida's year-round warm temperatures, sunny beaches, and many attractions, such as the famous Walt Disney World, makes it a popular destination choice for both American and international tourists.

The state of Florida has the fourth largest population in the USA. It has over 18 million residents, and the population continues to increase every year, as Florida is one of the top retirement residence choices. Much of Florida's population exists within its three largest cities: Jacksonville, Miami, and Tampa. Each of these fantastic cities, including their city, urban and metro populations, are home to millions of people, most of whom own cell phones.

When you compare Florida's 2006 population statistic of 18,089,888 to the 2006 14,125, 590 statistic regarding the number of people who subscribe to cell phones in Florida, you'll realize that there are only 4 million Floridians who don't use wireless devices! Furthermore, the number of mobile phone users has dramatically increased by almost 10 million in Florida since 2000, when there were only 4,983,478 wireless subscribers.

If you own a cellular phone and live in Florida, you are likely aware of the many excellent wireless devices, plans, features and services that are provided by wireless companies. However, if you've ever tried to search for a fellow Florida cell phone user, what you have probably discovered is that there is no state cell phone directory or any form of cell phone white pages.

There are many reasons why a cell phone directory does not yet exist, and one of the main reasons is because cell phone numbers are still considered private, especially since wireless subscribers are charged for every call they receive. Thus, making a public listing of cell phone numbers has people worried that they will receive an increase of unwanted calls such as telemarketers, and any other stranger who happens to conduct a search.

Nonetheless, sometimes finding out a person's information is necessary. Therefore, if you need to find out the name and address of a Florida cell phone user and you only have their cell phone number; you can do a reverse cell phone lookup online at this .

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