Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Find Its Phone Number

Each phone comes with a unique id that distinguishes it from other phones in the form of a series of numbers or commonly referred to as IMEI Number. As on Galaxy SIII, you can find its IMEI number on the backside of your phone's battery. You can use IMEI number to deactive your phone when it is lost or stolen.

See also: How to Find the IMEI Number on Samsung Galaxy S3

In addition to the IMEI number, your phone that inserted with SIM must have a unique phone number. This phone number is a series of numbers that you normally use to make a call or send a message from one phone line to another in a public switched phone network. In other words, people can call or send message to your phone if they know your phone number.

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How to Find Cell phone number?
It's easy to find your phone number, you can find it directly on your Galaxy SIII. As written on, here are the steps you need to do:
  1. Go to Settings through the Galaxy SIII Home screen.
  2. Scroll down until you find About device, then tap on it.
  3. Tap on Status.
  4. Here you can see your phone number is displayed.

Well, it's so simple, right? By knowing on how to find your phone number, now you can easily find out your number when you need it. So, try this useful tips then share your experience here through the comment below :)


  1. If you have brought your phone number with you from another network this doesn't work. The number displayed is the original one assigned by the carrier not your phone number

    1. Hi Graham Chadwick,
      Thanks for coming.
      Seems what you've said is right. The number becomes unknown when the phone number is from another network.
      Well, thanks to let me know about it. May God always bless you :)


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