Detailed information, especially the content of text messages, is usually strictly given as a result of a court subpoena. If you were to win a case and convince a judge that your reasons for access of private nature of this sort, the provider may be obligated to disclose slightly more detailed information. Otherwise, personal text message or phone content will not be disclosed, even to account holders, due to legal parameters. It is possible, however, to get cell phone transcripts detailing dates and the number called from your cell phone provider.
How to Get Cell Phone Transcripts
Go to the location of your local service provider. Bring your personal cellular account information to assist the representative at the desk in bringing up your information.
Tell the representative what dates you would like to view this information from. Go in with start and end dates in mind, which will speed up the process and potentially save you money, as you will be charged a per page printing fee.
Pay whatever fees may be associated with the service. Like stated earlier, a small charge is normally dictated by the service provider for your access to this information.
Confirm that this is your information and that it reflects the dates you specified.