Monday, May 23, 2016

Know The Prefix Number Of All Nigerian Networks Providers Here

   
   
Someone called you with a number and it looked strange to you possibly because you are not familiar with the number the caller called you with. No problem! Wikipedia recently updated the list of all Nigerian Network providers prefix numbers for the public to be aware of and also get familiar with it.

The most popular prefix number in Nigeria today is MTN's 0803 followed by Etisalat's 0809 (080naija) but there are unfamiliar ones like Glo's 0815, Airtel's 0701, Visafones's 07025, Ntel's 0804 and so on.

So i have provided the complete list of the identical prefix numbers for each network in Nigeria. Take a look.

MTN, ETISALAT, AIRTEL, AND GLO PREFIX NUMBERS
MTN Nigeria
0703
0706
0803
0806
0810
0813
0814
0816
0903

Globacom
0705
0805
0807
0811
0815
0905

Airtel Nigeria
0802
0808
0812
0902
0708
0701x

Etisalat Nigeria
0809
0817
0818
0908
0909

Visafone
0704
07025
07026

Ntel
0804

Starcomms
0819
07028
07029

Multi-Links
0709
07027

ZoomMobile (formerly Reltel)
0707

MTEL
0804

Now you know where the number that is calling you comes from. Share with your friends!!!
   
   
   
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4 comments:

  1. Wizy abeg I need ur advice, my fone has calibrator problem and I want to take it to warranty service, since d problem is not a software issue, do I need to unroot the fone before taking it to dem?

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    1. Yes Sirjoe.
      Unroot it with Kingroot and uninstall any rooting app already installed on the phone, then take it to calcare

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  2. This is very informative and educative. Could you check and update the post with new additions

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  3. Still checking in for more updates

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