@# Find Out Who Owns Any Cell Phone Number &$

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24 Aug. 2015

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The telephone number (your identity), is no longer fixed to a specific geographic location nor is it fixed to a physical mobile device, as it has been historically.
The telephone number creates linkage, crossing and combining the legacy analog PSTN world with the IP-based world of today and the foreseeable future.
Every person and business on the planet that has a telephone or knows how to use one, understands the numerals 0-9, and what a telephone number is. We don't remember phone numbers too often nowadays because our smartphones remember them for us.

Instead of formatting the cell to look like a phone number, I use 4 functions in one to create this new cell. But while I remember my childhood home phone number, I can’t recall my first CompuServe email address (back when they were a long string of random numbers assigned to you with a comma in the middle that had to be converted to a period when used in an email address, rather than a name you chose yourself—difficult to remember unless you’re some kind of freak of nature).
With number portability, your phone number—whether it’s you as an individual –OR– a business (landline or mobile)—stays with you, regardless of which carrier you choose, when you change mobile devices, move across the street or across the country, your number is yours if you want to keep it. With number portability, the ‘identity’ of your phone number stays with your business any place, any carrier, any service provider.

Telephone numbers composed of the numerals 0-9 are universal across the entire world, regardless of language. The risk to one’s true identity—their telephone number, individual or a business—in an IP world stems from misguided product implementations of SMS (faux SMS) or the replacement of that unique identity by an app-specific proprietary identity.

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