Verizon Wireless, the country’s largest cell service provider, keeps call detail records for about one year, a company spokesman says.
Second-place AT&T holds them “as long as we need,” according to the company’s website, though AT&T spokesman Michael Balmoris tells U.S. News the retention period is five years.
MetroPCS maintains separate records and keeps them two years.
Sprint holds call logs for 18 months, states spokeswomen Stephanie Vinge Walsh.
U.S. Cellular holds records one year, according to spokeswomen Katie Frey.
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