How To Know Your Sim Card Mobile Number in Globe, TM, Smart, TNT, Sun, DITO

How To Know Your Own Mobile Number

Most of us usually do not have their SIM card numbers memorized since the moment of acquisition. Globe, TM, Smart, TNT, Sun, and DITO telecoms provide an 11-digit mobile number which is pretty long to memorize instantly.

But what if you can’t remember your SIM card number? Lucky for you, there are several methods to help you find or check your SIM card number for the leading mobile networks like Globe, Smart and DITO.

These simple methods will let you know what the your SIM card number is, and will not need you to register for anything. Here’s how you can check for your own SIM card numbers in the Philippines.

How To Know Your Mobile Number on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

Settings on Android Phone

The process can vary from phone to phone. They are not all alike. The following method used is for Android Stock OS:

Go to Settings > About phone/device > Status.

You might see the number listed here. If not, tap the SIM status to open another menu. Scroll down a bit here, and you should see your number listed in My phone number. Alternatively, you can go to the phone's Settings and search for the 'sim' keyword. Select the SIM cards & mobile networks or SIM management from the results, and then you can now see your mobile number. These methods might not work for some networks or old sim cards, which will typically show Unknown. See other methods below.

Settings on iPhone (iOS)

Go to Settings > Phone, and you should able to see your phone number displayed at the top of the screen.

Windows Phone

Open the Phone app > Tap on the three-dot icon in the bottom corner > Select Settings. At the top of the page, you will see your phone number.

How To Know Your Mobile Number without Load (for All Phones - Feature Phones and Smartphones)

Method 1: Contacting your Network Customer Service Hotline is usually free of charge. You can use this method to ask for your mobile number.

Globe Prepaid and Postpaid - dial 211
TM - dial 808
Smart Prepaid, Bro, Postpaid, and TNT - dial *888
Sun Prepaid - dial *888 or dial 200
Sun Postpaid - dial 888
Sun Broadband - dial 333
DITO Telecommunity - dial 185
ABS-CBN Mobile - dial 7878 (defunct)

Method 2: The other method is to ask your friend or family for your mobile number. Your mobile number might be in their contact list.

Method 3: Remove your SIM card from your phone and check its back part. Usually, newer SIM cards have their card number embedded on the back of the card.

Method 4: Check your Contacts or Phonebook. Most latest SIM cards come with pre-saved mobile numbers. Usually, you can find your mobile number by finding 'My Number' or 'My Card' in the contacts list.

The free methods above can be of great help to know your phone number when you completely forgot it. You may also check out the other ways below.

How To Know Your Mobile Number with Load (for All Phones - Feature Phones and Smartphones)

Method 1: If you have at least 1 PHP load remaining, just send any message to your friend's phone and ask him/her to read your phone number back to you from the inbox. If you don't have any remaining load balance, you can borrow load via Globe Loan Load, TM Utang Load or Smart SOS Load services.

This is probably the best method to know your own mobile number, may it be Globe, TM, Smart, TNT, Sun, Cherry Prepaid, GOMO, or DITO.

Method 2: (For Smart/TNT/Sun): Download the GigaLife App on Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Turn on your mobile data and open the app; it will automatically detect your number. You can see your mobile number in the app's dashboard. Using the GigaLife app is free of data charge, so don't worry about unwanted load deductions. This will also work on Smart Postpaid, Smart Bro, Sun Cellular, and PLDT Home Prepaid WiFi.

Method 3: (For Cherry Prepaid): Just dial 909-4-909 (1 Peso per call) to ask customer service to provide your number.

That's it guys, those are the methods on how to know your sim card number in the Philippines. If you need to also know the network of your SIM, see this Complete List of Mobile Number Prefixes and find its first 4 digits in the list to determine its network.

If you have any questions regarding this guide, just simply drop a comment below and we’ll gladly help you out.

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