Utah became a US state in 1896. Once sparsely inhabited, the state has become renowned for its quality standard of living and its highly diversified economy. The three million people who live in Utah have phone numbers for personal and business communications. Until the early 2000s, calls from unknown numbers were mostly prank calls or misdials. Today, those calls are either phone scam calls or robocalls. Dealing directly with these unknown callers is not advisable. Instead, use a reverse phone lookup on the Utah phone numbers database to find everything you need to know about a strange caller.
Before this online database, most people would need to consult a printed telephone directory, aka white pages. However, the information in these phonebooks is organized geographically by town or neighborhood in a large city. So, suppose the unknown caller was from out-of-town. You would have had to find the white pages for that town, as there was no printed statewide directory. Today, the online Utah phone number database makes it easy for interested persons to find information on stranger callers regardless of location. How does this work?
Take the typical Utah phone number, 385-NXX-XXXX, for example.
385 is the area code; NXX is the prefix code, and XXXX is the line number. The area code only tells you the phone number owner’s general location, i.e., city or county. The prefix code narrows it down further and shows more specific information about the caller’s location and phone type. Finally, the last set of digits, the line number, is unique to a specific owner. So, if a Utah phone number were a house address, the line number would be a specific flat number or house number.
Although Utah phone numbers can have the same area code and prefix code, the line number is always unique to a specific person or business. No two persons can have the same line number. However, several persons may have owned the same phone number in the past — this happens when a service provider reassigns the number. Either way, a reverse phone lookup will provide the names and contact information of past and current registered owners of a number.
|County||FIPS code||County seat||Established||Population||Area|
|Beaver County||001||Beaver||1856||7,072||2,590 sq mi|
|Box Elder County||003||Brigham City||1856||57,666||5,746 sq mi|
|Cache County||005||Logan||1857||133,154||1,165 sq mi|
|Carbon County||007||Price||1894||20,412||1,478 sq mi|
|Daggett County||009||Manila||1918||935||697 sq mi|
|Davis County||011||Farmington||1850||362,679||299 sq mi|
|Duchesne County||013||Duchesne||1915||19,596||3,241 sq mi|
|Emery County||015||Castle Dale||1880||9,825||4,462 sq mi|
|Garfield County||017||Panguitch||1890||9,669||3,672 sq mi|
|Grand County||019||Moab||1882||5,051||5,083 sq mi|
|Iron County||021||Parowan||1850||57,289||3,297 sq mi|
|Juab County||023||Nephi||1852||11,786||3,392 sq mi|
|Kane County||025||Kanab||1864||7,667||3,990 sq mi|
|Millard County||027||Fillmore||1851||12,975||6,572 sq mi|
|Morgan County||029||Morgan||1862||12,295||609 sq mi|
|Piute County||031||Junction||1865||1,438||758 sq mi|
|Rich County||033||Randolph||1864||2,510||1,029 sq mi|
|Salt Lake County||035||Salt Lake City||1850||1,185,238||742 sq mi|
|San Juan County||037||Monticello||1880||14,518||7,820 sq mi|
|Sanpete County||039||Manti||1850||28,437||1,590 sq mi|
|Sevier County||041||Richfield||1865||21,522||1,911 sq mi|
|Summit County||043||Coalville||1854||42,357||1,872 sq mi|
|Tooele County||045||Tooele||1850||72,698||6,941 sq mi|
|Uintah County||047||Vernal||1880||35,620||4,480 sq mi|
|Utah County||049||Provo||1850||659,399||2,003 sq mi|
|Wasatch County||051||Heber City||1862||34,788||1,176 sq mi|
|Washington County||053||St. George||1852||180,279||2,426 sq mi|
|Wayne County||055||Loa||1892||2,486||2,461 sq mi|
|Weber County||057||Ogden||1850||262,223||576 sq mi|