Ghana Phone Number Generator

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One of the easiest method to reach people in Ghana is through mobile. According to the report, published by Africa's leading e-commerce company, Jumia, Ghana boasts of about 34.57 million subscribers and a penetration rate of 119 per cent, while 10.11million— nearly one-third of the country's population— are active internet users.

Webcilo is an online phone number generator service that lets you generate unlimited phone numbers in Ghana. We also offer a Bulk SMS Messaging Solution for registered users at unbeatable prices. Registration is FREE for visitors who want to experience our affordable Bulk SMS Messaging Solution.

Why SMS Marketing in Ghana?

There are more than 7 billion mobile phones in use today. By 2020 there'll be more than 10 billion if the current growth rates persist.

Your customers' mobile handsets are personal to them and have the ability to attract their attention better than any other communication device in use today.

Our service is used by: Individuals, Small Businesses, Societies, Schools, Churches, NGOs, Stores, etc. in Ghana. Our mission is to provide the cheapest, most effective and efficient SMS marketing Solution available in Ghana.

The Ghana telephone numbering plan is the system used for assigning telephone numbers in Ghana. It is regulated by the National Communications Authority, which holds responsibility for telecommunications.


Since 1 May 2010, all fixed-line numbers and mobile numbers have 2 mobile prefix and 7 national (significant) numbers (9 digits) after the '0' trunk code.

Generate Ghana Phone Numbers

Start generating your Ghana phone numbers free for your SMS marketing. We provide all the necessary tools to help you get started and allow you to export your phone numbers in both TXT and CSV format.

Ghana Network Operators and Mobile Prefix

Ghana mobile numbers has 10 digits. The first three digits is the mobile prefix which varies from one network provider to another. Competition among the various mobile carriers has spurred growth with a subscriber penetration rate of 98% in 2010. The poor call quality of mobile phones, however, means that more people hold more than one mobile phone, usually with two or more different carriers.


The various mobile carriers in Ghana have each been assigned a network code.

  • Vodafone: 020, 050
  • Glo Ghana: 023
  • MTN Ghana: 024, 054
  • AirtelTigo: 026, 056, 027, 057
  • Expresso (formerly Kasapa): 028

Following the merging of Airtel and Tigo in 2016, AirtelTigo has more network code than other operators in Ghana.

Ghana International Dialling - Phone number format

From Ghana, use 00 to dial an international number.

When calling Ghana from overseas, you drop the leading '0', so a mobile number like 024 222 3344, would be +233-24-2223344. Where:

  • +233 is Ghana international dialing code
  • 24 is MTN mobile prefix.
  • 2223344 is the National Significant Number (NSN).

A landline number in Accra like 030 255 6677, would be +233 30 255 6677. Notice that the NSN is 7 digits, regardless of the network operator.

Ghana Landline Service

In 2010 all landline phone numbers were changed to meet the international 10 digit standard of three number area code plus a seven digit number. The Accra land line (021) plus 6 digits was changed to 030 2 plus the six digits. It will likely take some time for the new numbers to be replaced on business cards, sign boards and advertising. Just remember that (021) has become 0302. New land line numbers for other areas of the country are listed below.

  • 030 2 Accra
  • 030 35 Ada
  • 036 25 Aflao/Denu
  • 034 30 Akosombo
  • 031 21 Axim
  • 038 22 Bawku
  • 032 24 Bekwai
  • 038 20 Bolgatanga
  • 033 21 Cape Coast
  • 033 22 Dunkwa
  • 036 20 Ho
  • 036 26 Keta/Akatsi
  • 034 20 Koforidua
  • 032 21 Konongo
  • 032 20 Kumasi
  • 003222 Mampong/Ashanti
  • 038 21 Navrongo
  • 034 31 Nkawkaw
  • 032 25 Obuasi
  • 031 20 Sekondi/Takoradi
  • 035 20 Sunyani
  • 033 20 Swedru
  • 037 20 Tamale
  • 031 23 Tarkwa
  • 030 3 Tema
  • 039 20 Wa
  • 033 23 Winneba

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