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Most times, when we get a new MTN Sim, it is difficult to quickly memorize our numbers, or some numbers are just too difficult to memorize quickly! That is why MTN 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 MTN number?
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How to Check MY MTN Number
The following are the four ways you can check your MTN number;
- Via MTN mobile app
- Via USSD code
- by Calling a friend
- by Calling the customer service
Try to read this article to the end because I will give you an additional simple way [very simple] to check your MTN number!
How To Know Your MTN Number Using MTN Mobile App
One of the ways to know your MTN number is through the MTN mobile app!
All you have to do is to download the app on the play store and install it on your mobile phone. After installing, launch the app and click on “Check Your Number“. This will show your MTN Number, your MTN package, and your account balance!
Simple huh? Okay, maybe you don’t want to go through the trouble of downloading the MTN mobile app or you don’t have data on your phone, here is another way! Continue reading!
How To Know Your MTN Number Using The USSD Code
You can also check your MTN number by using the specific USSD code for this! In fact, I will call this the simplest of all because all you have to do is to simply dial a USSD Code on your phone! So, what is the USSD code?
What is The USSD Code To Check My MTN Number?
The USSD code to check your MTN phone number is *663# or *123*1*1#. Simply dial either of these two USSD codes and your number will be displayed on your mobile phone screen.
Also, there is another way! Also, very simple! Let’s look at that as well!
Calling a Friend
Another way to check your MTN number is by calling a friend that is close to you! All you have to do is collect your friend’s phone and see the number that shows on the screen when you call him/her!
Also, simple right? Ok, what if there is no one near you that you can call? Then, the fourth way dives in!!!
Do you know you need to change your default MTN airtime Transfer PIN before you do transfer? Also, if you need to change your PIN anytime! See How to change MTN airtime Transfer PIN here!
Calling the Customer Service
If you tried all the means we explained above and you still can’t get your number, then try this method!
All you have to do is to dial the MTN customer care’s code 180 and ask for your number.
There are several ways you can get to know your MTN number but we only mention four here; by calling customer service, calling a friend, dialing the USSD code, and by using the MTN mobile app!
Also, you can check your number by sending a “call me back” message to your friend as well!! To send a call me back message, use the USSD code, *133#.
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His Name is Tiamiyu Abdulbazeet Olawale. He is a student at the University of Ilorin studying Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He likes to give latest updates about institutions in Nigeria as he aims at helping people to lay their hands on the right information.