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Most times, when we get a new Glo Sim, it is difficult to quickly memorize our numbers, or some numbers are just too difficult to memorize quickly! That is why Glo made it possible for us to check this number on our phones!
So, without much further Ado, let’s get to the real business here! How can you know your Glo number?
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How to Check Your Glo Number in 2022
The following are the four ways you can know your Glo number;
- By checking your Glo SIM pack.
- By calling or texting a friend.
- By dialing “1244” on your phone.
- By dialing the Glo USSD code.
How To Know Your Glo Number by Checking Your SIM Pack
One of the ways to know your Glo number is by checking your Sim Pack!
I consider this method the simplest and easiest way to check your Glo number. To do that, all you need is your Glo Sim Pack and check the back of it, you will see your number written on it together with your PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) number.
There is one slight problem though! What if you have lost your sim pack because, to be very honest, that sim pack is easy to lose! This is where this second method dives in!!!
How To Know Your Glo Number by Calling or Texting a Friend
Another way to check your Glo number is to call or text a friend! All you have to do is collect your friend’s phone and see the number that shows on his screen when you call him/her and if the friend is not close to you, you get a pen and small sheet of paper and ask your friend to call the number on his screen for you!
Now, what if the only friend that you can call, his phone’s screen has got a problem? Hmm, I know you have plenty of friends and also what are the odds that what I said will happen at that time!! Anyhow, what if? Then, this is why there is another means to see your Glo number without having to rely on anyone!
How to check Glo Number by dialing 1244
This is a special number that you can dial and an automated voice will call your number for you. All you need to do is to dial the number and jot the phone number the automated voice call for you.
Now! What if? Again! Again!! Don’t mind me! I am doing this for you. I want to give you a wide options on how you can get your Glo number and then you can get to pick from the options!
So, what if your phone has a speaker problem and you can’t hear anything the automated voice called for you? Then this last option kicks in!
How to check Glo Number Using USSD Code
The USSD code to check your Glo phone number is *135*8#.
Follow the simple steps below to see your Glo number using USSD Code;
- Open your phone app and dial this code *135*8#, and press send.
- Your Glo mobile number will be shown on your phone’s screen, and an SMS will be sent to your phone as well, containing the same information.
Frequently Asked Questions on How to Check Glo Number
How can I see my Glo number?
To check your Glo phone number, first dial the short code: *135*8#. After you dialed that code, your phone number will appear on the screen with the Nigerian country code, +234. Hence, you will have +234070123456789
How do I check my own number?
On your Phone Settings
On Android the most common path to finding your number is: Settings > About phone/device > Status/phone identity > Network. This slightly differs on Apple devices, where you can follow the path of Settings > Phone > My Number.
There are several ways you can get to know your Glo number but we only mention four here; By checking your Glo SIM pack, By calling or texting a friend, By dialing “1244” on your phone, By dialing the Glo USSD code.
His Name is Tiamiyu Abdulbazeet Olawale. He is a student at the University of Ilorin studying Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He likes to give the latest updates about Nigeria and international institutions as he aims at helping people to lay their hands on the right information.