How to find your number on Android

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Once you know how to find your number on Android, never again will you give that new friend-to-be the wrong number by accident. If you've just treated yourself to a new phone or switched network, it's easy to forget your number. Before learning how to check my own number, I could only remember by writing it out with a pen and paper, and that’s not exactly convenient. 

Regardless of which of the best Android phones you have, it’s easy to keep in touch once you know how to find your number on Android. And if the person you’re swapping numbers with doesn’t know theirs, you can show them how below.

Exactly how you find your number on Android can vary depending on which Android OS you're using. We've tested this method on Samsung and Google devices, as well as on a OnePlus device, and have covered those below.

How to find your number on Android: Samsung and Google devices

1. Open Settings and tap About phone.

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2. Look under Phone number to see your number.

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How to find your number on Android: OnePlus

1. Open Settings app and tap Mobile network

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2. Look under each SIM. Your number will be displayed for each SIM card you have inserted. 

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There you go! Now make sure to remember it or perhaps add yourself as a contact — then you can message yourself reminders!

If you’re keen for some more Android tips, why not check out 3 ways to speed up your Android phone or how to transfer data from Android to Android. If you want to save data and battery power try how to restrict background data on Android and if you just fancy a bit of fun take a peek at how to add the Chrome dinosaur game widget to Android. If you're about to get a new phone, read how to transfer data from Android to Android so you can get everything moved across smoothly. Want to see how well your battery is holding up? Learn how to check Android battery health.

Andy Sansom
Trainee Writer

Andy is Tom’s Guide’s Trainee Writer, which means that he currently writes about pretty much everything we cover. He has previously worked in copywriting and content writing both freelance and for a leading business magazine. His interests include gaming, music and sports- particularly Formula One, football and badminton. Andy’s degree is in Creative Writing and he enjoys writing his own screenplays and submitting them to competitions in an attempt to justify three years of studying.