Getting to know all the Nigerian phone numbers and corresponding networks may not be big a deal for everyone but it’s necessary for some.
The current prefixes of phone numbers are now alike, which can be confusing to tell the network.
This article will enlighten you on the list of all Nigerian phone numbers & corresponding networks.
Nigerian Phone Numbers and Corresponding Networks – A Comprehensive List
There are four (4) known major networks in Nigeria, they are;
Although it’s the portability of the sim number that had taken effect years back in 2013, made some changes to this but these are the original known prefix.
The prefix of an Mtn number is
- +234803, 0803
- +234806, 0806
- +234703, 0703
- +234706, 0706
- +234813, 0813
- +234816, 0816
- +234814, 0814
- +234810, 0810
The prefix of an Airtel number is
- +234708, 0708
- +234808, 0808
- +234802, 0802
- +234812, 0812
The prefix of a Glo number is
- +234811, 0811
- +234705, 0705
- +234815, 0815
- +234805, 0805
- +234807, 0807
The prefix of an Etisalat number is
- +234809, 0809
- +234909, 0909
- +234817, 0817
- +234818, 0818
When you dial a number and it appears as +234 the zero (0) before your number disappears, shows like this +234809xxx
That is because it’s a default system, that indicated that your number is Nigerian.
But its normal way, if you want to type, would be for you to include the first zero (0).
I hope with this guide you are now informed of all Nigerian phone numbers and corresponding networks.
Any questions or suggestions can be drooped in the comment section.