How to Block Your Caller ID When Making a Call

Sometimes people want to make a call without giving out their real number. For example, when you’re getting quotes from car dealers or insurance agent,or hooking up on Tinder. Today I’m going to show you an easy and free way to do that.

Open the Phone menu to access the dial pad.
Dial #31#, followed by the phone number you want to call. (This code may change for different counties, you can check the codes below)

Codes for blocking or disabling caller ID delivery

Country Prefix
Argentina *31# (landlines) or #31# (most cell phone companies)
Australia #31# (mobile phones) 1831 (analogue landline) *67 (NBN landline)
Brazil #31# (mobile phones)
Bulgaria #31# (mobile phones)
Denmark #31#
Canada #31# (mobile phones) or *67 (landlines)
France #31# (cell phones) or 3651 (landlines)
Germany On most landlines and mobiles, *31#, however some mobile providers use #31#.
Greece 31 (landlines), #31# (cell phones).
Hong Kong 133
Iceland 31
India #31# after network unlocked
Ireland #31# (dialling from mobile) 141 (dialling from landlines)
Israel *43 (landlines) or #31# (most cell phone companies)
Italy *67# (landlines) or #31# (most cell phone companies)
Japan 184
New Zealand 0197 (Telecom/Spark) or *67 (Vodafone)
Nepal *9# (NTC)
North America *67, 1167 (rotary phone), #31# (AT&T Wireless)
Netherlands 31, #31# (KPN)
Pakistan *32# PTCL
Romania 31
South Africa 31 (Telkom)
South Africa #31# (Cell Phones)
South Korea 23 or 23# (most cell phone companies)
Spain #31# (Cell Phones); 067 (landlines)
Sweden #31#
Switzerland 31# (or 31+Targetnumber -> Call-by-Call disable) (landline)#31# (or #31+Targetnumber -> Call-by-Call disable) (mobile)
United Kingdom 141



Please leave a comment if you found the code above is not working in your country.