Talk ‘N Text Mobile Network Prefixes

Talk 'n Text Prefixes

A Talk ‘N Text prefix/number is the first four digits of the 11-digit phone number issued by Talk ‘N Text. In other words, these numbers or prefixes are used by Talk ‘N Text to easily identify if a phone number belongs to Sun or not.

TNT is a cellular service of Smart Communications in the Philippines. By April 2000, Piltel launched its GSM brand, Talk 'N Text. Piltel also reported 16,590,737 subscribers to its GSM brand, Talk 'N Text, before its transfer to Smart. Piltel used the 912 area code for its AMPS/CDMA service. However, it is now used for TNT.

Table of Contents
Talk 'n Text Numbers/Prefixes
How to choose a Talk 'n Text prefix?
How to recognize a Talk 'n Text phone number?

Talk 'n Text Numbers/Prefixes

0907 0909 0910 0912 0918 0930 0938 0946 0948 0950 0963 0989 0998

How to choose a Talk 'n Text prefix?

Choosing a Talk ‘N Text prefix or number can be done upon buying a Talk ‘N Text powered SIM card. Just ask the sales clerk to let you check the SIM card’s phone number. You can find it at the back portion of the SIM card. Then, look at the first four digits of the number and pick the one that suits you.

Some of the commonly chosen smart number prefixes are 0907 and 0910.

How to recognize a Talk 'n Text phone number?

A phone number can be easily identified if it belongs to Talk ‘N Text or not. Just follow the below steps. (Let’s consider 09077654321, as an example.)

  • Extract the first four digits of the phone number above – in this case it’s 0907.
  • Then check if it is on the list of numbers provided above.
  • If you found it, the mobile network of that phone number is Talk 'n Text.
  • The owner of that phone number can then be called a Talk 'n Text subscriber.
Want to access all mobile prefixes and their corresponding mobile networks in one article? Here is the complete list of updated Philippines mobile network prefixes.

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