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How to find your AT&T phone number

AT&T is one of the largest telecommunications companies, with close to 150 million users. You have probably encountered the services of this company at least once. And if you’re a customer and use the service, it’s very important to know your phone number. However, sometimes you have just recently changed it and someone you know has asked for your new phone number, but you haven’t remembered it yet. Then this article will help you learn how to quickly check your phone number.

What is your AT&T phone number and how to find it

It depends on your phone’s model and software version. So the steps below may vary a bit. In case you have an Android device, you can find your phone number through the Settings app – About phone – Status.

The easiest way to locate your phone number on an iOS device is from Settings > Phone. Moreover, you can also view your phone number using the USB cable. Simply connect your smartphone to your computer and you will see yours in iTunes.

Also, don’t forget that you can learn how to manage your device’s settings is by using the AT&T Device Support tool.

Another way is that it can usually be found by going into your Contacts list, the first number listed under My Info will be the one linked for that particular device. It’s only for Android users.

However, in case you wish to go through your online account, there is an option to log in and select the device that you’re using and it will show you the phone number directly under it on the main Overview page.

How to find out who’s calling you by using phone number

Note: Spokeo can look up wireless, landline, and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) phone numbers.

In case Spokeo finds info, you’ll see a partial name and address for free. Moreover, AT&T doesn’t provide the personal info shown by Spokeo. This happens due to merely from an unaffiliated third party.

How to manage the wireless number for your user ID

Find out if you have a wireless number assigned to your ID

  • Go to your myAT&T Profile and then Contact info.
  • Select the Phone tab. 
  • The phone number listed in the My AT&T wireless number section is the wireless number assigned to your user ID.

Assign, change, or remove the wireless number for your ID

  • Go to your myAT&T Profile and then Contact info.
  • Select the Phone tab. 
  • In the My AT&T wireless number section, select AddEdit, or Remove
  • Save your changes.
  • If assigning or changing a wireless number, enter the verification code sent to the wireless number.

Note: You can only assign your wireless number to 1 user ID. If your wireless number is already assigned to an ID, you must delete it from that ID before you can assign it to a different ID. The assigned wireless number must be an AT&T wireless number. It can’t be the phone number for Digital Phone, Landline Home Phone, or AT&T PREPAIDSM (formerly GoPhone®).

How to set up your mobile hotspot

Check your wireless plan to see if it includes mobile hotspot use. Learn how to upgrade your plan if it doesn’t, or how to set up your device if it does.

Dont’s forget to check on what compatible data plan you’re on

There are a few compatible plans you can use on your smartphone or tablet:

  • AT&T unlimited plans: AT&T Unlimited EliteSM, AT&T Unlimited ExtraSM, AT&T Unlimited &More PremiumSM, AT&T Unlimited Enhanced PlusSM, and AT&T Unlimited PlusSM
  • AT&T 4GBSM
  • All AT&T Mobile Share® plans
  • AT&T PREPAIDSM monthly plans: $75, $65, $50, $45, $35, and multi-month plans

How to find your current plan

  • Follow the steps below to check your current plan:
    • From att.com/myatt, select View my plan
    • From att.com/prepaid, select Plans
  • Choose See plan details or Plan details
  • Look for Mobile hotspot:
    • Is it there? Great! You’re good to go
    • Don’t see it? Your current plan doesn’t support hotspots. Close Plan details and look for plans that do. Have AT&T PREPAID? Go to Add-Ons to check

And that is how you find your AT&T number and not write it down separately on a piece of paper every time you need to share it with someone.

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