Monday, July 29, 2013
The Following information below are useful for those who uses Unlimited Call or Text of specific Network

The network prefixes for Globe, Smart, TNT, TM, Dun and Red Mobile are created in a variety of numbers but with the same digits. This is in order to correspond to the standard count of digits per SIM card. The prefix of the SIM card that you are using is important. There are instances when a single number appears in your inbox and you would like to know the particular network and at first look you will know this instantly with the use of prefixes, if you are able to familiarize them.


Though they differ in network, they will be able to send messages, make calls with each other. And you will notice below that there are other prefixes that are available in two mobile networks. Curious about what are they? Well, start reading below and you will be surprised about it. This is to inform you about network prefixes.


Prefixes no. for Globe and TM

0905
0906
0915
0916
0917
0926
0927
0935 new prefix no.
0936 new prefix no.
0937 new prefix no.
0996 new prefix no.
0997 new prefix no.
0817 new release prefix no.






Prefixes no. for Smart, TNT and Red Mobile

0907 
0908
0909 
0910
0912
0918
0919
0920
0921
0928
0929
0930 (Available also in Red Mobile)
0938 (Available also in Red Mobile)
0939 (Available also in Red Mobile)
0989 (New Release prefix no. From smart)
0999 (New Release prefix no. from smart)
0946 (New Release prefix no. from TNT)
0947 (New Release prefix no. from Smart)
0948 (New Release prefix no. from TNT)
0949 (New Release prefix no. from TNT)
0813 (New prefix no from smart)



Prefixes no. For Sun Cellular

0922
0923
0925
0932 
0933 
0942 new prefix no.
0943 new prefix no.

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