Once I had to call one of my friends, it was urgent but I had no balance to make the call. It was midnight due to which I was unable to go outside. The worst thing was that I forgot my mobile number so I was unable to recharge my number online. On seeing this, my roommate suggested me to dial a service (USSD) code. After dialing that code I got my mobile number automatically and my problem was solved.
After this event, I decided to write an article to share different service codes to find out our own mobile number. This article deals with checking out your own mobile number in Idea, Smart, Uninor and Aircel.
One SIM may have more than one service code. So if you dial a service code and unfortunately unable to find your mobile number then try another one. Just dial these service codes and you should get your mobile number automatically.
Different service codes of different SIM cards such as Idea, Smart, Uninor and Aircel are given below:
Find Your Own Mobile Number in Idea
There are several service codes to find out your own idea SIM card number. Several service codes are following and you can use any of them.
- *147*1*3# (It worked for me in Madhya Pradesh, India)
Find Your Own Mobile Number in Smart
There are several service codes to find out your own mobile number in Smart.
Find Your Own Mobile Number in Uninor
Uninor service codes are the below given codes.
- *555# this code specially works in Bengal.
Find Your Own Mobile Number in Aircel
To find out mobile number in Aircel the service codes are given below.
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- Find Your Vodafone, Loop, Virgin and Videocon Number
I hope you will find the desired USSD code to find your own mobile number in Idea, Smart, Uninor and Aircel SIM cards. If it helped you, do share it with others.
*122*131#……… its working
thanks a lot buddy 🙂
It’s not even working. Is this a prank code.
None of them are prank codes..it may be possible that company changed the code for desired task. BTW, for what you’re looking for a USSD code?