When I worled for Nextel, I was constantly (along with everyone else on the floor) giving out the numbers of people who called in. And you would be wrong that with pre-paid the numbers are not store. They are.
Try working for a cellular company and see how much more ur IQ goes up. Nextel, BoostMobile, and Verizon (I've worked for all of them) store the incoming calls in their billing system. With BoostMbile they do this as a way of being able to verify you. Their system also shows weather u used the direct connect or the phone itself to talk to the person and for how long.
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