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Apr 21, 2018

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Nigerian Networks and Their Number Prefix - 0814, 0701, 0811, 0902





Have you ever tried to guess the network an unknown number used in calling you? There are times you would want to know the network an unknown caller used to call you but end up guessing wrongly.

Sometimes I don't usually guess right even if I try to be smart. Seriously, it's hard these days to differentiate or know the actual network people use to call you in Nigeria. There are quite a number of phone number prefix used by our Network provider today.

There are many of them, so I am here to give the full list of Nigerian networks and their phone number prefix.


Nigerian Networks and Their Phone Number Prefix


MTN

  • 0703
  • 0706
  • 0803
  • 0806
  • 0810
  • 0813
  • 0814
  • 0816
  • 0903


Globacom

  • 0705
  • 0805
  • 0807
  • 0811
  • 0815
  • 0905


Airtel

  • 0701
  • 0708
  • 0802
  • 0808
  • 0812
  • 0902


9Mobile

  • 0809
  • 0817
  • 0818
  • 0909


Starcomms

  • 07028
  • 07029
  • 0819


Visafone

  • 07025
  • 07026
  • 0704


Multi-Links

  • 07027
  • 0709


ZoomMobile

  • 0707


NTEL

  • 0804


Smile

  • 0702.


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  1. So we still have multilinks on market?
    Sometimes I make fool of myself guess this network, until I ask another person or I Google search of the number to known which network carrier own the numbers

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  2. you have really done well for posting this piece here because we longer can tell of a network the number that is calling i belongs to....this would goo a long way in educating us ....

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  3. Enter your comment...am surprise with some network i saw there, thanks for the tutor

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  4. OK o.. Nice one though

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  5. Thanks, I used to know all of them but these days it has become too many. Nice info.

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