Unlike other countries there are only two area codes here. 809 and 829 for the whole country.I have a persons cell phone number and want to locate their home address in DR ?Is this possible
Yeah, right!When someone gets a cell phone they need either a Cedula or a Passport to get it.
If you have connections with someone in the cell phone company you can easily get this info. If it is a Cedula,it has an address on it. Whether or not it is legit, or even if this is the person that actually has the phone now who knows. But is is possible to trace this.
If you read my post the first time you would see this:Yeah, right!
An American friend wanted to get a cell phone and they asked for that information.
He stepped outside and paid a guy 50 pesos to use his cedular to purchase the phone.
Another just used a cedular from one of his many girlfriends.
So much for the idea of tracing to whom or to what addresse it is registered.
It just gives you a guide.........an employee of mine just had his number transferred from Codetel to Orange under the new law where you can "keep" your number............so even though the chart shows Codetel it is now Orange.......The chart only shows the original company the prefix was assigned to.....You can narrow it down by filling in three digits (after the area code*), at least you'd have the provider company.
-. Indotel .- Instituto Dominicano de las Telecomunicaciones - Cdigos NXX
The new code 849 cannot be accessed yet.
Yes, I read your post and I saw THAT, I was expanding upon it, to show how simple it is to get a cell phone without any ID that is yours.If you read my post the first time you would see this:
If it is a Cedula,it has an address on it. Whether or not it is legit, or even if this is the person that actually has the phone now who knows.