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4. Android deleted text messages randomly by itself
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Visit Telecodata.us, a website that provides centralized information on telephone numbers, exchanges and companies (see References).
Click "Area/Exchange" under the Common Lookup heading.
Type the area code and the exchange (first three digits) of the phone number in the search fields and click "Search."
Review the search results. If only a single company is listed for the area code and exchange you entered, that company services all numbers for that exchange. The search results will indicate which set of phone numbers belongs to each company if multiple companies are listed. For example, in area code 718, phone numbers that begin with 208-0 are serviced by AT&T Wireless, while numbers that begin with 208-3 belong to Verizon Wireless. Or call the phone company that the purchase from and they will give you the number.