In the UK you can buy a sim for any network (without credit) for £1
Google it, call it yourself, Anywho, 411, the whitepages, or reverse phone number lookup services.
I have encountered the same problem and from my experience, there is not much you can do. One option is to call information (411) and ask the operator for the address for the phone number. If the number is listed, the operator will release the information. A second option is to check out websites that will provide an address for a fee.
Impossible I thinkI've been getting prank calls from this one landline number, and it's starting to get on my nerves. I decided not to tell my service provider, because they won't tell me the number, they'll just deal with it internally.
So I've been trying to work out a way to find this person. As far as I can tell it's impossible. The only people with that kind of knowledge is the whitepages, and they don't have an option on their site to search by phone number.
The only other option is to work your way through the local white pages systematically crossing out all the wrong numbers. But doing that would make you an idiot, not to mention slightly obsessive. And even if you did do this, there is always the chance they don't live locally, or maybe they're not listed. Like I said, it seems impossible.
The only way you can lookup cellular numbers is by using a reverse phone lookup service. Cell phone are considered to be private data, and has to be collected by third-party websites.
You have to talk to you're phone carrier and see if they will allow you to keep that number. Some places do let you. :)
You can't! But, you can buy them in easyedge or you can find them on the internet. The only 'free way' is for someone to possibly bluetooth a game to you. Unfortunately there is no way to put games on a phone or hack it's interface to accept games. The cell phone company and the game's developers/publishers all have to get paid. So it's not quite a surprise that games as old as Tetris itself can run 6 dollars and higher. On the plus side, these games give you unlimited use once purchased for as long as you own your existing phone. There are certain games that vary among cell phone providers which either feature timed (such as 1 to 5 minutes) or 1-day demos. In most cases such demos are free and include the "full" version of the game, however if you want to keep playing you'll have to purchase the game. It's quite hard to buy games that you may never have the screenshots to or had an opportunity to try. The following link may be able to help you with information, gameplay tips, and screenshots: http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/mobile/ this is fubbish
All of the US states honor the drivers licenses of the other States. However, they do not necessarily honor the learners permits, or other restricted(farm/school) licenses.