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How to Check your Telkom Kenya Phone Number

Since rebranding from Orange to Telkom Kenya, the telecommunication company has making strides by attracting new subscribers into its network.

This could be attributed to their rather effective ad campaigns, but even more importantly to their very affordable call and data rates. Their network coverage is however a different story.

If you’re new to the network, it’s likely that you may not be knowing your Telkom phone number since it’s not usually printed on the SIM cardholder nowadays.

You can confirm your number through a USSD code, by accessing the Telkom Kenya subscriber portal or by using My Telkom App.

Check Number using USSD

  1. Dial *130# with your Telkom line.
  2. Your Telkom number will be displayed in the USSD message.
    A screenshot showing a telkom kenya phone number on a USSD messsage.
  3. Alternatively, you can dial *100# or #123# and select My Account in the menu followed by My Number.

Check Number using Telkom’s Subscriber Portal

You can also check your mobile number by accessing the Telkom Kenya subscriber portal with your SIM Card. Just turn on to use the internet using that SIM Card, then visit:

If it asks you to log in first, use the Auto-login option that’s on the same page, otherwise you’ll have to input your phone number.

A screenshot showing a phone number on the telkom Kenya's subscriber portal page.

You don’t need an active data bundle to access this site nor will you data bundle be consumed for accessing it.

Check Number using My Telkom App

You can also check your number using My Telkom app assuming you had already set it up (registration requires you to input phone number) and it’s just a case of you forgetting the number.

Your mobile number is clearly displayed on the app’s start page, just beside your name.

A screenshot of Telkom Kenya's app showing a subscriber's phone number.

Though the app needs an internet connection to run, you don’t need to have an active data bundle for it to work. Just make sure the data connection you’re using is from your Telkom SIM card.

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Kelvin Kathia

Kelvin Kathia is the editor of Kenyan Fix, an informational blog that helps Kenyans with solutions to everyday questions on mobile networks, government services and banking.