The four largest national cellular telephone companies in the United States are Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Some cellular companies offer free detailed paper billing that allows users to review past incoming and outgoing calls. Data and text messaging use is generally also included with detailed billing. A few of the companies, such as Verizon Wireless, charge for detailed paper billing if a user requests it; however, detailed billing online is free. Whether you want to check your current call history or even several months prior, you can easily access your account through your provider's website and check your call history.
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Type in verizonwireless.com in the address bar of your web browser.
Click on "My Verizon" and then click on "My Personal Account"
Select "Register for My Verizon."
Enter your area code followed by your seven-digit cellular telephone number and then click "Continue."
Enter the personal information that Verizon requests for verification, create a password and click the "Continue" button.
Click on "Billing" and then review your past call history.
Select "Log Out" when you are finished.
Visit att.com by inputting the address into the address bar of your web browser.
Click on "Register for Account Management." Underneath "Wireless," click on "Register."
Fill out the personal information that AT&T requests to ensure that you are the account holder, create a password and then hit "Submit" with your mouse.
Click on "View Full Bill." A window will then pop up. Scroll down to view incoming and outgoing calls for the month.
Click on "Log Out" when you are finished to prevent anyone from accessing your account.
Visit www.sprint.com if you are an account holder.
Select "Need to Register for Access" on the right hand of the screen.
Enter your first and last name. Create a user name and password, enter your e-mail address and full cellular number.
Select "Continue." Create a PIN code by following Sprint's instructions.
Click on "Billing" to retrieve your call history.
Type in tmobile.com into your web address bar.
Click on "Register" at the very top right hand of the screen.
Enter your 10-digit cellular telephone number and then click "Continue."
Wait for T-Mobile to send you a text message to your cell phone for a temporary password.
Click "Sign in with your temporarily password." Change your temporary password to a word that you will remember. You must change the temporary password to access your account. Enter the new password and click "Continue."
Tips and warnings
- If you have a regional or smaller cellular telephone company, look for a customer service number on your bill then call and ask if they offer online call history.
- Prepaid cellular telephones do not have online access to call history.
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