How Can I Find Numbers Dialed on My Verizon Phone?

by Steve Gregory
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If your Verizon Wireless cellphone is lost or damaged, you can still view the numbers dialed on the phone. Normally, you can find the numbers dialed on your phone by accessing the phone's call log and selecting "Dialed Numbers." However, it also possible to view numbers dialed on your phone by logging into your Verizon Wireless online account. Verizon keeps a record of every number dialed and received on your phone. To view the call logs online, you must register for an account.

Step 1

Launch a Web browser, and then go to the My Verizon Online Sign In Web page.

Step 2

Enter your User ID or cell phone number and password in the appropriate fields. Click "Sign In" to access your account. If you have not registered for an account, click the "Register" button and then follow the instructions. For example, enter your Verizon Wireless phone number when prompted and create a password for the account. Sign in to your account when you finish the registration process. The Overview homepage opens.

Step 3

Click the "Current Usage" text link. If you have more than one wireless number on your account, select the number you want to view from the drop-down list.

Step 4

Click the "Voice" tab, and then click the "Details" text link. The calls that were placed and received for the current billing period are displayed. To view calls placed in a previous month, click the "My Bill" tab, and then click the drop-down box in the "Billing Statement" section.

Select the month you to view from the list, and then click the "Bill Details" text link to view the dialed numbers.

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About the Author

An avid technology enthusiast, Steve Gregory has been writing professionally since 2002. With more than 10 years of experience as a network administrator, Gregory holds an Information Management certificate from the University of Maryland and is pursuing MCSE certification. His work has appeared in numerous online publications, including Chron and GlobalPost.

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