What's My Phone Number? (2024)

What’s My Phone Number? (2024)

Watch the video above or read on to learn how you can find your number on both iPhone and Android.

Ever had one of those moments where you forget your own phone number?

  • Maybe you’ve just started using a work phone to field calls for your job.
  • Maybe you’ve just gotten a new number for your cell but suddenly only remember your childhood home phone number.
  • Maybe you need to review a specific line (like your parent’s/spouse’s/child’s) and want to double check you’ve got it right.

Maybe it’s just been a loooong day.

Whatever the case: I get it and I’ve been there. Whether you’re looking for your own number or are helping a friend/family member find theirs — we’ve got your back.

How do I check my own number?

Scroll on to see how you can find out your own phone number on both iPhone and Android devices.

iPhone (Apple)

  1. Open Settings
  2. Scroll down and tap “Phone”
  3. Click “My Number”
    1. If you have multiple numbers/SIMs on your device, choose which you need.
  4. View your number


  1. Open “Contacts” – either in the Phone app or in the Contacts app
  2. Click “My Card” at the top of the list
  3. Scroll down to view your number

Android (Pixel, Samsung, etc)

  1. Open Settings
  2. Scroll down and tap “About Phone”
  3. Tap “Status”
  4. Scroll down to see your phone number


  1. Open the “Contacts” app
  2. Tap on the profile icon or your name at the top
  3. Your number should be listed under your name

On your computer

  1. Simply login to your carrier’s dashboard and view your line(s) – there, you’ll be able see all numbers associated with your account.
What's My Phone Number? (2024)

Side note: If your SIM card is faulty or improperly installed, you might encounter a “Phone number not found” warning during this process. You shouldn’t encounter this issue if using an eSIM.

That’s all there is to it! Once you know where to look, finding your phone number is easy. Happy connecting!