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Is there anyway of finding out which network a mobile phone number is with?

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
is there anywhere i can find out which network a mobile number is with?
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
keep it ringing till it goes onto voicemail?
#2
Not really, as if its ported it would still say it was on the origional network!
banned#3
call em at 3am and hope they dont have a personal voice mail message !
#4
http://mnnc.net/index_old.php

even if its ported you still get charged to the original provider
#5
enter the number here

http://mnnc.net/index_old.php

abrakadabra!
#6
umanga
Today 12.45
http://mnnc.net/index_old.php

even if its ported you still get charged to the original provider


darn
beaten by seconds
#7
umanga
http://mnnc.net/index_old.php

even if its ported you still get charged to the original provider


Just tried 4 of my three network numbers on that site and they all show as either Vodaphone or O2 lol
#8
masterbrown
Just tried 4 of my three network numbers on that site and they all show as either Vodaphone or O2 lol


You have 4 numbers? :?
#9
umanga
http://mnnc.net/index_old.php

even if its ported you still get charged to the original provider


works a treat! 5 out of 5!
#10
King of Thieves
You have 4 numbers? :?


I have 2 missus has 1, Son has 1 :thumbsup:
#11
thanks will try that site :)
#12
masterbrown
I have 2 missus has 1, Son has 1 :thumbsup:


lol, makes sense now.

BTW, three is normally a bad network to be on. You might want to think about changing :thumbsup:
#13
umanga
http://mnnc.net/index_old.php

even if its ported you still get charged to the original provider


i bet even jack bauer didnt know how to do this!
#14
just tried my Mrs number which was changed from T-Mobile to 3 and still says T-Mobile
#15
crow99
just tried my Mrs number which was changed from T-Mobile to 3 and still says T-Mobile


or maybe she still uses tmobile to sex txt her bit on the side...busted :p
#16
crow99
just tried my Mrs number which was changed from T-Mobile to 3 and still says T-Mobile


it will do as you are charged at the original providers rates and not the new provider.

so if you have free o2 to o2 calls and you ring a ported number over you should still in theory be charged for the call.
#17
My number started off on o2, went to Orange, and is now with T-Mobile (I've had it for 10 years now). That site shows it as o2.
#18
umanga
it will do as you are charged at the original providers rates and not the new provider.

:?
#19
umanga;2352586
it will do as you are charged at the original providers rates and not the new provider.

so if you have free o2 to o2 calls and you ring a ported number over you should still in theory be charged for the call.

Thats wrong as tesco mobile numbers show as O2 but they dnt come from my freebies allowance?
#20
harlzter
Thats wrong as tesco mobile numbers show as O2 but they dnt come from my freebies allowance?


unless it's changed then as you used to get charged for ported numbers. if so i stand corrected
#21
Why would you want to know anyway.:thinking:
#22
King of Thieves
lol, makes sense now.

BTW, three is normally a bad network to be on. You might want to think about changing :thumbsup:


three are the best around imo. :thumbsup:

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