by KerryHa
Explorer

Can I access text messages sent to my previous contact number?

I am.logged out of my facebook account and I believe they are sending the login code to my previous number, even though my new number is on my account. Can anybody help please?

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by KerryHa
Explorer

Duplicate Sim Card

Can I get a duplicate sim for my old number so I can access any messages sent?

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Can I access text messages sent to my previous contact number?

No, your previous no. has been put back into the free pool. You can;t get it back. It was up to you to register your new no. with FB.

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by KerryHa
Explorer

Re: Can I access text messages sent to my previous contact number?

I did register it but didnt delete the old one, therefore I had 2 numbers
linked to the account.
by
EE Community Support Team

Re: Can I access text messages sent to my previous contact number?

Good Morning @KerryHa.

 

Thanks for coming to the community.

 

If the text is going to your old number, I'd recommend contacting Facebook Help Centre.

 

They will be the best people to assist you with getting logged back in.

 

Let us know if they manage to help 🙂

 

Jon

by KerryHa
Explorer

Re: Can I access text messages sent to my previous contact number?

Morning Jon,

I have tried contacting facebook, have sent through ID etc too, going to be
a waiting game now. Thankyou for replying 😊
by
EE Community Support Team

Re: Can I access text messages sent to my previous contact number?

No problem @KerryHa 🙂

 

Hopefully they will get back to you soon.

 

Keep us updated.

 

Jon

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