Find Your Own Phone Number on Android

You might not be familiar with the phone number for your own phone when you first get an Android phone. The phone number associated with your Android phone can be located in a number of ways, which are given below:

Option 1: Settings for Android

Depending on the Android OS version you are using, the location might change. You can employ these steps for numerous versions.

  1. Open “Settings” from the Home screen.
  2. Some versions of Android display the phone number on this screen; if not, move on to step 3.
  3. Decide between “Status” and “Phone identity.”
  4. Choose “SIM Status.”
  5. In the “My Phone Number” section of the screen, your phone number is displayed.

Option 2: Use Wireless Carrier Shortcuts

  • For Vodafone/IDEA: Turn off WiFi and enter *#100#
  • For T-Mobile: Dial #686#.
  • For Jio: Send message to 199 with the text as MYPLAN.
  • For EE: Send the word NUMBER to 150 by text.
  • For Airtel: Dial *282#
  • For giffgaff carrier: Send the message with text as NUMBER to 2020.
  • For Telstra: Dial the number#150#

On the screen, your phone number will be visible.

Option 3: Contact a friend by phone or text

Choose a friend at random from your contact list, then dial their number or send them a text. As soon as your number appears on their screen, they can give it to you.

Option 4: Speak with your wireless carrier

Visit the website of your wireless provider or get in touch with them. The information you require should be available from a company representative or a specific menu on the website.

Option 5: Automated Telephone Line

Choose one of the following:

  • You can hear the number you are calling from by listening while you open the “Phone” app and dialing 1-800-444-4444.
  • You will hear your phone number after opening the “Phone” app and dialing 1-855-343-2255, followed by pressing 1 when prompted.

Option 6: Dial customer service

Contacting your network provider will get you your mobile number. Your information, including your phone number, frequently appears on the customer service representatives. This isn’t always the case, though; for instance, when you call customer service from your home phone. If so, you should record the number on your SIM card in case it is requested or you can asked for it.

Option 7: Check your numbers.

By selecting the contact’s application and scrolling to the top of the list on both Android and Apple phones, you can find your mobile number in your Contacts. On an iOS device, select “My Card” or “My Number” or type “Your Name”.  On an Android device, select the “ME” contact.