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How to Check Your Jazz Number

A Brief Guide to Finding Out Your Jazz Number

Check Jazz Number

If you have recently purchased a new Jazz SIM, chances are you might be having problems trying to remember your number. Don’t worry though. You can easily check your Jazz number in several different ways.  

Ways to Check Your Jazz Number 

Via SMS 

  1. To check your Jazz number, go to the Messages application on your phone.  
  2. Type ‘MNP’ which is short for ‘My Number Please’ and send it to 667 
  3. You will soon receive a reply with your number and the details of your Jazz SIM.  
  4. Even though this method is quick and easy, it is not free of cost. Services charges will be deducted from your credit for using this method.  

Via USSD Code 

  1. Go to the dialler on your phone.  
  2. Dial *99# from your Jazz SIM.  
  3. The query will be sent automatically.  
  4. You will receive a reply within no time which will tell you your Jazz number and the ownership details.  
  5. This service is free of cost.  

Via Jazz Representative 

  1. For this method, go to the dialer app on your phone.  
  2. Dial the Jazz helpline number that is 111 
  3. Follow the given directions to talk to a Jazz representative.  
  4. Once you get connected with a Jazz representative, brief them about your problem.  
  5. You will be required to provide some information such as your name, your CNIC number, and IMSI number.  
  6. You can find your IMSI number on the back of your SIM card.  
  7. When you provide these details to the Jazz representative, you will be given your Jazz number.  

Whichever method you choose to find your Jazz number, you must keep it safe somewhere for future reference. Be sure to only use a SIM card registered under your CNIC number to avoid any cyber troubles 

About Jazz 

With a subscriber base of over 60 million, Jazz scores as Pakistan’s largest mobile network. Founded in 1994 and formerly known as Mobilink, Jazz is a joint venture of Saif Group and Motorola Inc. However, Motorola sold its shares to Orascom Telecom in February 2001 most of which were later acquired by VEON. Jazz is the network to have carried out Pakistan’s first-ever telecom merger after acquiring Warid Telecom. In the year 2020 Jazz successfully tested 5G network for its customers and ranked as the second network in Pakistan to carry out 5G trials.  

Written by Qurat-ul-Ain