I will share a method on How to check your own mobile number on Reliance Jio, Airtel, Vodafone, Idea and other SIM operator in India. Users can use these USSD codes to check your phone number. I have shared the USSD code of every SIM operator in India.
We all use a mobile phone in our daily life. Every single person is using a mobile phone in his or her day to day life. We used to have a SIM card on our phone so that we can call someone and can use internet through that SIM card. Today, there are several telecommunication companies are available in the market. We all are using different network operator’s SIM card to call or use the internet on our phone. But, what if you have purchased a new SIM card and don’t know the phone number of that. That is what exactly I am talking about. I have shared a list of all different types of telecommunication companies USSD codes to check your own number.
- 1 How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Airtel, Reliance Jio, Vodafone, Idea, BSNL, and MTNL
- 2 How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Airtel
- 3 How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Reliance Jio
- 4 How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Vodafone
- 5 How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Idea
- 6 How to Check Your Own Mobile Number BSNL
- 7 How to Check Your Own Mobile Number MTNL
- 8 Check your Aircel mobile number
- 9 Check your Tata Docomo mobile number
- 10 Check your Videocon mobile number
- 11 Check your Uninor mobile number
How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Airtel, Reliance Jio, Vodafone, Idea, BSNL, and MTNL
In this part of the article, I have shared the USSD codes of the different network operators such as Idea, Vodafone, Reliance Jio, and more. Using these USSD codes, you will be able to get your mobile phone number within your mobile phone. Check the list of all available network operator companies to find your one to check the number of that.
How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Airtel
Airtel is the yet another most popular network operator company in India. Not in India, Airtel is available in more than 15 counties in the world such as Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, etc. If you want to know your own Airtel mobile number, then you don’t have to take worry about anything. Just dial *121# and boom you will get your mobile number on the screen.
How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Reliance Jio
Reliance Jio is the most popular network operator in India. Reliance Jio is increasing its popularity in India very fastly. Currently, almost every single person is using the Reliance Jio SIM card in his or her mobile phone. It not only gives the high-speed internet but also provides the customers to call anyone in India for unlimited time duration. I have seen lost of websites are telling that dial this number or dial that number to know your own Reliance Jio number. I have tried every USSD codes available on the internet. But, trust me guys they did not work. Just get the MyJio app from Google Play Store and log in to your Reliance Jio number. That’s it; you will get your number on the homepage of the app. Alternatively, call 1299, and you will get a message in which your Reliance Jio number will be listed.
How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Vodafone
Vodafone is the international network operator company which is available in the entire world. Today, almost every second person in the audience uses the Vodafone SIM card in their mobile phone. If you don’t know how you can check your own mobile number on Vodafone, then don’t worry I will help you with that. What you have to do is that just dial *111*2# USSD code on your mobile phone using via the Vodafone SIM card and boom you will get your number on the screen.
How to Check Your Own Mobile Number Idea
The idea is also a well-known network operator in India. After these top three network operator companies in India, people used to purchase the Idea SIM card for their use. Because the Idea provides a high-speed connection at a very cheap rate comparing to these favorite operator companies, peoples used to buy the Idea SIM card. But, lost of us want to know about our newly purchased Idea SIM card, so how to find it? You have to dial *121# from your Idea SIM card on your mobile phone, and you will get the number of your Idea SIM card on the screen immediately.
How to Check Your Own Mobile Number BSNL
BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) is a telecommunications company owned and founded by the Government of India. Because it is a governmental network operator company so that the people trust it blindly. Most of the government employee used to purchase the BSNL SIM card for their use. But, it didn’t mean that the civilians can not buy it, of course, they can buy and use it. But, how you can check your own BSNL number? Well, you have to dial *222# from your BSNL SIM card, and that’s it, you will get your BSNL number on your mobile screen.
How to Check Your Own Mobile Number MTNL
MTNL (Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited) is a telecommunications service provider which is available in metro cities of Mumbai and New Delhi. MTNL also provides its features on the island of Mauritius in Africa. It offers the features of the network operator at a very cheap rate. In India, every multimedia mobile phone users are mostly using MTNL SIM card. To know your MTNL number, dial *8888# and you will get the number on the screen.
Check your Aircel mobile number
Check your Tata Docomo mobile number
Check your Videocon mobile number
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Check your Uninor mobile number
This was all about how you can check your own number whether you are using Vodafone, Airtel, or any of the network operator SIM card. I have tested all of the USSD codes personally and found working for you. But, somehow if you have any problem then head up to the official website of the telecommunication company whose SIM card you have bought right now. I hope using this article you have now learned how you have to find your own mobile number. Shae this article with your friends and relatives so that they can also learn the same.
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