Check Ooredoo Oman Sim Number via Code

Forgot your Ooredoo sim card number in Oman? Don’t worry we have got you covered. Because Ooredoo in Oman allows users to know or check their own sim number using a simple USSD code. The only thing you don’t know is the procedure to do it. However, I will show you the step-by-step process to find your phone number. So, let’s find it out…

How to Know Ooredoo Oman Sim Number

The most common easy method to find and know your Ooredoo mobile number is the USSD code. All you need is to open your phone app, dial this simple code *141*29#, and tap the call button. Now you will see a popup message containing your phone number. However, Ooredoo will also send you a text SMS containing your phone number. Take a screenshot or note it down.

How to find your Ooredoo Oman Phone Number
How to find your Ooredoo Oman Phone Number

Alternatively, you can dial *555# and press the call button. Select 1 for Arabic and 2 for English and tap SEND. On the next screen type * and tap SEND. Now type 8 to select Support Services. Then type 1 for “What’s my phone number?” and tap SEND. On the next pop-up message, you will see your phone number.

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For your information, both these methods are working perfectly. But the 1st method is a bit easier than the second one. However, the choice is totally yours. You can either go with method 1 or 2. You can install the official Ooredoo Oman app to find your sim number.

So, that is guys. This is exactly how you can your Ooredoo mobile phone number in Oman. If you have any issues while checking it, then contact Ooredoo, I will suggest contacting them using their official WhatsApp number.

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Simply save the official Ooredoo WhatsApp number “+968 9500 9500” then open WhatsApp and ask them to help find your number. You can comment below or use our contact page to let us know your queries for more information.

Behram Shah is a blogger with over 10 years of living experience in the gulf GCC countries. That is the reason he created RealSaudia.com to help, and update Expatriates in the Gulf countries with news, updates and other useful information.