Close

What are you looking for?

cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Withholding your number

(Topic created on: 12-03-2024 04:16 PM)
297 Views
bumble123
Journeyman
Options
141 doesn't seem to work on thus phone its a galaxy A32..when I look it up it says to go to settings and select supplementary services... I don't have that option, any ideas would be brilliant 
0 Likes
7 REPLIES 7
Piper123
Samsung Members Star ★
Options
141 is network driven and is national in the UK.

So if you are UK using a UK SIM card it should work fine.
0 Likes
bumble123
Journeyman
Options
Hmm I am uk and only calling UK but it says that it is not set up for 141
0 Likes
Piper123
Samsung Members Star ★
Options
Then you need to engage your network. It won't be a device issue
0 Likes
JAMES4578
Samsung Members Star ★★
Options

The 141 withhold  service is   not available  on the Three  network or any provider that uses the Three network to supply their service,   if that is relevant.  According to someone on the Three Community 31 works but cannot confirm that.

I do not work for Samsung or make Samsung Products but provide independent advice and valuable contributions.


0 Likes
bumble123
Journeyman
Options
OK thank you so much
0 Likes
bumble123
Journeyman
Options
Thank you, I wonder then if three have there own number, but I am with three so very likely to be the issue
AndrewL
Moderator
Moderator
Options

@bumble123: It should be possible to withhold your number when making outbound calls by opening the Phone app > Tap the 3 dots in the top right > Settings > Supplementary services > Show my caller ID > Hide number (or 'Never', depending on your current Android version). 

0 Likes