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Check Your Own Sim Number in 2022 | Zong | Jazz | Telenor | Ufone

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Check Your Own Sim Number - zong, telenor, warid, ufone, jazz

For many years, users have been engaging themselves in the practice of buying a new sim upon loss, theft, or any personal reason. While there is no harm in doing so, a lot of network users do not know that they can also revive their old numbers for use later. Many users lose their sim and do not bother to trace the number through network authorities. Moreover, they are also unaware of the fact that network companies offer many deals and packages on turning on an old sim. While this maybe true, you can easily check your mobile number following a simple method.

Are you planning to reuse an old sim and forgot about what is the number of your sim? or maybe you are looking for a guide on how to check your sim number? You might think of the idea to call your friends or any of the family member’s number and ask them to text you back with the number which appears on their screen but everything turns flop to see that there is no balance in the sim. No worries! Here we have got the solution. The process is free and authentic to know the number of your sim. Here we have enlisted the details for different networks for checking the number of any sim.

This is how you can check your own mobile number/sim number

Telenor Number Check

To find the number of Telenor sim, follow these steps:

  • Code: Send a Blank/Empty SMS to 7421
  • Price: Standard SMS rate

Moreover, you can find the number for free using this method:

  • Dial code: *8888#
  • You will get your Telenor sim number on your mobile screen for free

Terms and Conditions

  • You can find it only for the active sim, inactive sim might not work
  • Codes can change any time by Telenor, so please check it on the official website of Telenor in case you face any error or call on Telenor helpline for further information
  • You can check the Telenor Sim Owner, Telenor Number registered address, location of Telenor number and Telenor Sim by calling the helpline

Zong 

Follow these steps to check the number of a Zong sim:

  • Dial code: *2#
  • Price: Free
  • Other code: *8# and *5#
  • You will get your Zong sim number on your mobile screen for free

Terms and Conditions

  • You can check it only for the active sim, inactive sim might not work
  • Codes can change any time by Zong, so please check it on the official website of Telenor in case you face any error or call on Zong helpline for further information
  • You can check the Zong Sim Owner, Zong Number registered address, location of Zong number and Zong Sim by calling the helpline

Ufone 

If you want to check the number of a Ufone sim, follow these steps:

  • Dial code: *780*3#
  • Price: Free
  • Other code: *1#
  • You will get your Ufone sim number on your mobile screen for free

Terms and Conditions

  • You can check it only for the active sim, inactive sim might not work
  • Codes can change any time by Ufone, so please check it on the official website of Telenor in case you face any error or call on Ufone helpline for further information
  • You can check the Ufone Sim Owner, Ufone Number registered address, location of Ufone number and Ufone Sim by calling the helpline

Jazz Number Check

Follow these steps to check your Jazz number on the sim:

Dial code: *99#

Price: Free

You will get your Jazz / Mobilink sim number on your mobile screen for free

Terms and Conditions

  • You can check it only for the active sim, inactive sim might not work
  • Codes can change any time by Jazz, so please check it on the official website of Jazz in case you face any error or call on Jazz helpline for further information
  • You can check the Jazz Sim Owner, Jazz Number registered address, location of Jazz Number and Jazz Sim by calling the helpline

Role of PTA

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has a major role in transforming the structure of network companies and policies. In the recent years, PTA has taken several important steps to maintain the check and balance against illegal activities involving the use of network sims and mobile devices. By implementing the import duty policies on mobile devices, PTA has managed to reduce the misuse of numbers.

Mati
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