How to Find out or check your own Mobile number on your device using USSD codes

When you have taken a new mobile number and you have forgotten the number yourself and are stuck without balance call someone to find out the number you are stuck in a very bad situation with no way to find what your mobile number is. Here is a solution to easily find out your mobile number using your own device without any balance required.

Just type in the particular USSD code given for your mobile network and you will be getting your mobile number on your device display. There are different codes for different mobile network providers which can are usually small codes ranging from 3 to 9 numbers or symbols which are usually easy to remember.

How to check your own phone number using USSD codes in any network

So if you are searching for How to check your Mobile number for a New SIM here are the USSD codes in for all the telecom service providers to know your own number:

Code to check own Airtel number: *140*1600# or *282# or *121*9#

Code to check own Idea Cellular number: *1# or *789#

Code to check own Vodafone number: *111*2#

Code to check own Aircel number: *1# or *234*4#

Code to check own BSNL number: *1# or *99#

Code to check own Reliance number: *1#

Code to check own Uninor number: *555#*1#*444#

Code to check own Videocon number: *1#

Code to check own MTNL number: *8888#

Code to check own Tata Docomo number: *1# or *580# or *124#

Code to check own Tata Indicom number: *1#

Code to check own MTS number: Type NUM and send SMS to 51230

Code to check own t24 number: *1#

These are the USSD codes for most of the service providers available in the Indian market and the codes have been taken from the official service providers websites as well to make sure they are genuine. Do let us know through comments if there is any new code which will allow you to check your number.

Disclaimer: There might be some changes in the USSD codes by the service providers and we will make sure to keep updating the post but if there is any issue regarding the USSD codes then we are not at fault and contacting the service providers will be the best option.

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