Nevada achieved statehood in 1864. Widely known as the driest state in America, tourism, mining, and cattle ranching have transformed Nevada into a home for three million people. These residents, along with the businesses they operate, have at least one registered phone number. The Nevada phone number database contains information on these phone number owners. A reverse phone lookup will provide this information, including names and addresses.
Before reverse phone lookups became accessible to the general public, most persons had to consult physical phone books, aka white pages. These telephone directories, compiled by phone companies, contain the names, addresses, and phone numbers of the people and businesses in a geographic location.
Often time, a small town would have its own white pages, while a city would have several white pages. Residents could buy this book for private use or visit the local phone booth to use the public phone book. One major problem with physical white pages was that they quickly became outdated as more people registered phone numbers. Furthermore, it was not uncommon for white pages at local phone booths to have several pages torn out, rendering them useless.
The online Nevada phone number database solved these problems. Interested persons can now get accurate and updated information on the owners of registered phone numbers with a reverse phone lookup. This search works by analyzing the parts of a phone number and retrieving the associated information from the phone numbers database.
Take the typical Nevada phone number, 775-NXX-XXXX. 775, the area code, is unique to the caller’s general location. The area code, however, only tells you the phone number owner’s city or county. The next set of digits, NXX, prefix code, is more useful for narrowing down the caller’s location. The prefix code specifies the particular street where the phone number owner resides. Finally, the last set of digits, XXXX, is the line number unique to a specific owner. So, if a Nevada phone number were to be a house address, the line number would be a specific flat number or house number.
Although Nevada phone numbers can share the same area code and prefix code, the line number is always unique to a specific person or business. No two individuals can have the same line number at any time. However, it is possible that several persons have owned the same phone number in the past. A reverse phone lookup using these numbers will provide the names and contact information of all registered owners of a number — both past and current owners.
|County||FIPS code||County seat||Established||Population||Area|
|Churchill County||001||Fallon||1861||25,516||4,929 sq mi|
|Clark County||003||Las Vegas||1909||2,265,461||7,911 sq mi|
|Douglas County||005||Minden||1861||49,488||710 sq mi|
|Elko County||007||Elko||1869||53,702||17,182 sq mi|
|Esmeralda County||009||Goldfield||1861||729||3,589 sq mi|
|Eureka County||011||Eureka||1873||1,855||4,176 sq mi|
|Humboldt County||013||Winnemucca||1861||17,285||9,658 sq mi|
|Lander County||015||Battle Mountain||1862||5,734||5,494 sq mi|
|Lincoln County||017||Pioche||1866||4,499||10,635 sq mi|
|Lyon County||019||Yerington||1861||59,235||1,994 sq mi|
|Mineral County||021||Hawthorne||1911||4,554||3,757 sq mi|
|Nye County||023||Tonopah||1864||51,591||18,147 sq mi|
|Pershing County||025||Lovelock||1919||6,650||6,009 sq mi|
|Storey County||027||Virginia City||1861||4,104||264 sq mi|
|Washoe County||031||Reno||1861||486,492||6,342 sq mi|
|White Pine County||033||Ely||1869||9,080||8,877 sq mi|