How Can You View Your Husband's Cell Phone Bill?

by Michael Jones

There are only two ways you can view your husband's cell phone bill. Each service provider sends you a cell phone bill each month and the provider also creates an electronic version of the bill. You can either get the mail and read through the hard copy of the bill, or you can log onto your account online and view the bill on the Web. If you haven't created an account for your cell phone plan, it might be the easiest way to view your husband's bill. This is because you can create his account without him knowing and have full access to his information. If he already has an account, you will have to get his username and password.

Find out if your husband already has an online account. You can just ask him if he has created an account, but, if you think that will make him suspicious, suggest that you want to set up an online account because it's easier to pay the bill online.

Acquire the password and username for your husband's account. If he already has an account but won't give you the access information, you can try to guess what his username and password could be. Or you might have to think of a clever way to get his login information. If he hasn't created an account, you can create one for him without him knowing. To create an account, you have to go to the website of your service provider and follow prompts to create an account. You will need to know his name, birth date, Social Security number, phone number and address.

Log into your husband's cell phone account and view his phone history. Most service providers will allow you to view "All History," which will date back several months.

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Michael Jones reported campus news stories for The University of Southern California's student newspaper, "The Daily Trojan," for four years before graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in journalism. He has since gone on to write for several publications both in America and abroad and has an idiosyncratic knack for translating the most intricate tasks into layman speak.

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