Ever thought of having to struggle to find your own mobile number? Now it may look like a stupid question but will certainly make sense if you are trying to use an old SIM that wasn’t active for a long time now. It happens that we forget our mobile number very quickly if we are not using it frequently. And when we actually need that SIM card, we usually don’t remember the phone number. Now you may want to recharge your old SIM, but how will you do it if you don’t know your mobile number? Don’t panic, as in this post I will be providing you with the USSD codes to find your own mobile number for carriers like Docomo, Airtel, Idea, Reliance, Vodafone and more.
One best solution is to dial your friends or your family member number from your phone and find the number on their mobile screen, but what if you have zero balance/credit on your SIM card? No worries here in this post I will be telling you how you can find your own mobile number using these simple codes provided by your operators.
Here I have USSD codes for almost every major Indian mobile operator. Find your Operator in the below list to know the code to find your own Mobile number.
Find my own Mobile Number of:
- Tata Docomo
Find Airtel Mobile Number
Enter, any of these codes, to know your Airtel Mobile Number.
- Send Black SMS to 59130
Find Mobile Number in Idea
Enter any of these codes to know your Idea Mobile Number.
Find Tata Docomo Mobile Number
Enter Any of these codes to know your Tata Docomo Mobile Number.
Find Reliance Mobile Number
Enter any if the below code to get your Reliance Mobile Number.
- 1*# or *1#
Find Vodafone Mobile Number
Enter any of the below code get your own Vodafone Number.
Find Aircel Mobile Number
Enter, any of these codes, to know your Aircel Number.
Find Uninor Mobile Nuber
To find Uninor Mobile Number dial any of the below code.
Find Videocon Mobile Number
Videocon has only one code to find your phone number.
Find Virgin Mobile Number
Find Loop Mobile Number
So, these are Indian mobile operator codes to find your own mobile number. Comment below if you want the code for any other operator.